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Artist David FeBland Depicts Urban Life In Los Angeles

How I Learned to Swim by David FeBland
David Febland, How I Learned to Swim 30″ x 48″ Oil on Canvas

It’s no secret that I have a thing for artwork that features swimming and a love for swimming pools. So whenever I come across work, such as David FeBland’s Paintings of Los Angeles, whose work features people swimming, I love to dive – pardon the pun, a little deeper into their work. (more…)

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Not Eggsactly Your Typical Easter Art: Urs Fischer

Urs Fischer Egg Art

For Easter this year, I wanted to share something less traditional than your typical dyed Easter Eggs and even more unusual than Bunnies, Rabbits & Hares or the myriad artistic interpretations of The Last Supper I have curated on Pinterest. And I found artist Urs Fischer’s giant hard boiled eggs obscuring Hollywood head shots to be just the thing. (more…)

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Hyperrealist Painter Mike Dargas Is Dripping With Talent

Hyperrealist Painter Mike Dargas

We recently saw photos of nudes dripping in honey. Now, stunningly realistic oil paintings by Germany’s Mike Dargas depict a similar subject. (more…)

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The Coolest Kisses in Art for Valentine’s Day.

The Evolution Of The Kiss In Art

Ah, the kiss. The most romantic expression of love and tenderness. You may think that kissing as a subject in fine art is trite or cliche, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been depicted beautifully by many of the world’s most well-known and respected artists. As my Valentine to you, I have rounded up some of the most interesting and iconic expressions of “The Kiss” (Le Baiser, Der Kuss) by established artists over the past 150 years. (more…)

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Wild, Weird and Wonderful Porcelain Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

Johnson Tsang Porcelain Babiesabove:Johnson Tsang, Splash of Wonder XII, porcelain

Johnson Tsang Porcelain Babies make us giggle with delight. Sculptor Johnson Tsang of Hong Kong has a large repertoire of porcelain works. His vast range of pieces includes what he refers to as “his babies.” Chubby sculpted infant heads and full bodies in whimsical installations and unusual compositions. Words cannot do them justice, take a look at the following photos. (more…)

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