Art Magazine

World of Lemons - 15 Surreal oil paintings by Russian artist Vitaly Urzhumov
We have heard the quote, " When the world throws lemons at you, make lemonade". This artist  Vitaly Urzhumov made the whole world into lemons. Through his surreal oil paintings, he introduces us to a world full of lemons. Birds are ser
SHARE26 Oct 2020
Surreal Oil Painting by David Gulchut
David Gulchut is popular for his whimsy and colorful paintings. The different seasons in a year are portrayed beautifully through his beautiful whimsical paintings. David Gulchut has been working as an illustrator for the past 30 + years. Born to an artistic family, art came very naturally to him from a young age. His father was a graphic designer and his mother a costume designer. Both streams of design had influenced him a lot during his childhood days. We can clearly see his fashion sense in his colorful paintings. Apart from...
SHARE24 Oct 2020
Sand Sculptures by Calvin Seibert
Calvin Seibert is a professional sculptor. He enjoys the beaches and he creates these stunning sand sculptures as a memory of the several beautiful beach visits. Children and adults enjoy creating sand castles. Calvin Seibert has levelled up and tested nature  with his modern geometric shaped sand-castles. Building a sandcastle sculpture is quite tricky, since one has to race against nature to complete a structure. Sometimes Calvin just goes with the flow, he doesn' really follow a specific pattern to create his sand...
SHARE22 Oct 2020
Quilling Portraits
Art and craft classes can be fun when you are Yulia Brodskaya. Colorful strips of papers are neatly folded or twisted to create beautiful portraits of women and men. Being a big fan of surrealism, Yulia has incorporated surreal art into her paper quilling portraits in an interesting manner. When you look closer at the paper quilling art, you can see neat stacks of paper glued on together which reminds us of libraries. The paper quilling portraits are detailed with accessories with peacock feather earrings, necklaces and...
SHARE21 Oct 2020
Digital Illustration by Karan Acharya
Karan Acharya is a digital illustrator and caricature artist from Bengaluru, India. He is a conceptualist and his digital illustrations speak for themselves. He believes in simplicity, likewise his digital illustrations speak for themselves. Set on solid colors like yellow, the digital illustrations of Indian mythological gods glow beautifully. According to him, "A man paints with his brains and not with his hands". His concept digital illustrations are heart touching : covid warriors, exploring divinity have an...
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Body Paintings by Mimi Choi
Are those hotdogs or legs? Makeup artist Mimi Choi  levelled up her body painting skills by creating delicious foods on her legs. Her body painting art is a deception of the mind. Feet turning into banana, corn, slices of bread simply stimulate our senses. Mimi Choi is a makeup artist from Vancouver. She is quite talented in body painting and her unique artistic style has gained her a lot of popularity. According to her biography, "Mimi was born in Macau - a former Portuguese colony on the southeast coast of China...
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Scrap Metal Sculpture by Brian Mock
Brian Mock is a sculptor well known for his large sized upcycled scrap metal sculptures. Most of his sculptures are placed in public parks and art galleries which adds a certain lustre to the surroundings. His sculptures have been purchased by many art collectors and the most popular one "Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum". According to his biography,"Giving old, everyday objects a new life as one sculpture is an artistically demanding, yet gratifying, process. My work is designed to emphasize resourcefulness and...
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25 Mind-Blowing Swirling Style Dark Paintings by James R Eads
James R Eads is a Los Angeles based artist and is quite popular for his creative paintings. He believes the earth and human soul have a connection. His creative paintings is a mixture of traditional print making and the digital art. He constantly questions the purpose of a being through his creative paintings. James R Eads currently lives and works from Los Angeles. He owns a screen printing studio. According to his biography,"James challenges the concrete reality that we live in – he plays with color and motion to form a...
SHARE15 Oct 2020
Old Watches converted into miniatures - 20 Admiring Scrap Sculptures by Dan Tanenbaum
Time never stops on watches for this sculptor Dan Tanenbaum. He uses watch parts to convert them into sculptures of motorcycles, masks, animals and other accessories. Dan Tanenbaum is a watch collector and maker for more than 20 years. He has always been mesmerized by clocks. He has used many parts of the watches to recreate stunning motorcycles. Sometimes it's hard to decipher if it's a sculpture or a real model of a motorcycle. He gives a new leash of life for old watches by creating miniature sculptures. Each sculpture...
SHARE15 Oct 2020
Colorful Paintings by Adam Young
These paintings were  created by Newfoundland artist Adam Young. The colorful tiny houses set on the shades of blue background is very catchy. Living near the sea, one can never predict the weather, constant downpours are effectively captured in his paintings. There is a tinge of surrealism mixed with reality in his paintings. The quirky nature of the houses, brings out the humorous side of the artist in his paintings. One is transported to fairyland looking at his colorful paintings. Adam Young is the founder of Young...
SHARE14 Oct 2020
Bas-Relief Hobo Nickel Sculptures
The circular coin shaped bas relief sculptures called hobo nickel is an impressive art form which dates back to the 18th century.  These hobo nickels played the role of love tokens, as gifts in Britain, France and South Africa which are attached to jewellery later.  With the introduction of the buffalo nickel the art form became famous which mostly features small heads. The creation of a hobo nickel takes hundreds of hours for the artists, they use chisels, knives, hammers and any other metal fit to shape the coin. ...
SHARE13 Oct 2020
15 Beautiful Paintings on your plate is served by Jacqueline Poirier
Painting on ceramic plates is the current trend in many countries. The face of many restaurants have changed ever since Jacqueline Poirier introduced her paintings on plate. She is fondly known as crazy plate lady. Stunning background designs, landscapes with eye popping colors, scenery are some of the prominent painting ideas. She is the founder of the store "The Crazy Plate Lady". Her team works round the clock to bring out the best ideas on paintings. Her unique paintings are the face of TOCA hotel chain in America. She...
SHARE12 Oct 2020
Driftwood Sculptures
Quirky face sculptures made from driftwood is an easy peasy work by Eyevan Tumbleweed. He enjoys collecting the driftwood, since it's easy to sculpt on them. He arranges different shades of driftwood into quirky face sculptures. He has been creating driftwood face sculptures since 2001. He carefully handpicks them from various countries US, Mexico, Ireland and other places. Even as a child when he went for nature walks, he used to believe there were spirits living in the woods. His knack of sighting faces in the most uncanny...
SHARE10 Oct 2020
Paper Animal Sculptures
Faith Chung is a young singaporean artist. Her paper 3d animal sculptures are made out of multiple paper folds. Origami is an art of folding paper to create different objects. This young artist has cleverly folded the little pieces of paper and arranged them in a certain pattern to create amazing 3d animal sculptures. She is popularly known by her pseudonym floblarinet in her instagram handle. Flobarinet is a combination of things she loves : Flute, Oboe and Clarinet. Her passion is to create 3d origami sculptures and other...
SHARE09 Oct 2020
Illusion Body Paintings by Emma Fay
Body Painting Art: Emma Fay is a British concept body artist who is the proud owner of many stunning creations. When you look at Emma Fay's painting art, the first thing that crosses your mind is, animals, but if you take a closer look, you can see that they are human models who have been painted upon to look like animals. Human bodies are replicated into animals and even famous historical buildings. Sometimes it makes you think that these people are highly deformed to be portrayed as an eight legged octopus. Using water...
SHARE08 Oct 2020
Garden Sculptures by Philip Jackson
Creative outdoor garden sculptures: Philip Jackson is an amazing sculptor who is well acknowledged internationally. He was born in Inverness, but currently lives and works at West Sussex. Some of his most popular garden sculptures are Statue of Mahatma Gandhi for Parliament Square, The Korean War Monument statue, The Bomber Command Memorial Sculpture, Peter Osgood statue for Chelsea Football Club and many more. In 2009, he was appointed as the Commander of the Royal Victorian Order during the Queen's birthday honors list....
SHARE05 Oct 2020