Thursday Artworks

I found this artist via Edge of Humanity Magazine. His name is Albert Enz & he lives in France. He is self-taught as an artist.

This is abstract art at its finest. The colors are brilliant. I would love to see this work in a museum. It’s always different when you see a painting large & commanding & you can approach it from different angles & really see it. Experience it the way it’s supposed to be.

But hey, it’s OK on the internet … better than not seeing it at all.

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To view Albert Enz’s website & the galleries of his paintings, click this link ~~~~>

The Creative Process

I found this blog via Andrea R. Huelsenbeck’s WordPress blog ARHtistic License. Every week she sends out a list of links & this was one of them. I think the author of the blog, “Audrey”, describes the creative process better than I have ever seen it done. Yes, it’s about quilting, but it could be about anything … writing, painting, sculpting, you-name-it … creativity is creativity.

link here ~~~~>

Thursday Artworks

This is some of the coolest stuff I’ve seen in a long time. The artist’s name is Alex Chinneck.

I found this artist’s site via Humoring the Goddess, a WordPress blog I follow.

Here’s the link ~~~~>

Click on his name to enter the site (took me a minute to figure that out!)

Thursday Artworks

I was introduced to this artist, Georgiy Byero via the Edge of Humanity ezine, to which I subscribe.

He works in several different mediums but his sculpture is really awesome.

If you want to see his work via the Edge of Humanity ezine, follow this link ~~~~>

However, he also has an Instagram account (as I do) & although it’s in Russian, you can still enjoy his artwork on that page as well. Link here ~~~~>

Check out his art! It’s fabulous!

Thursday Artworks

It’s been a while since I posted one of these but moving has been taking up most of my time.

This is some of the best surrealistic art I’ve seen in a long time.

Link here ~~~~~>

Click on all the links … there’s a lot to be seen here. I had never heard of the artist, Mario Sánchez Nevado, nor of this graphics company, Aégis Strife Illustration. I found it fascinating!