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Evocative Landscape Paintings by Thomas Lamb

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Immersive landscape works inspired by travel

With inspiration from travels in Norway and Japan, as well as from his home in Lincolnshire, UK, Thomas Lamb creates grand-scale landscape paintings that explore ideas of memory and perception of place. The works document landscape in constant flux, with haunting images aimed at deepening the viewer's sensation of reality. "I am concerned with the visual and tactile elements of perception and......read more

Surreal Paintings by Moki Mioke

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Nature Heightened

German artist Moki Mioke works in different styles and techniques including surreal paintings, comics, animation, toys and performance art. Her acrylic paintings are inspired by Japanese anime of Hayao Miyazaki as well as beautiful and mossy Northern landscapes. Moki Mioke states: “Nature itself is an art, and it is the most beautiful thing that can be created.” You can find some of......read more

Fantastical Landscapes by Melissa Loop

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A Midwestern artist conjures exotic worlds in paint

Minneapolis-based painter Melissa Loop borrows from and subverts Romantic ideas about landscape art in these stunning, fantastical works that speak to the artificality of imagined paradises. The hyper-colored canvases present exotic locations as if conjured from some dystopian dream, complete with haphazard drips, neon spray paint and jumbled digitized shapes. From the artist: By using the......read more

Alexandra Pacula: Luminous Heights

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Abstract paintings filled with the energy and lights of NYC nightlife

We were excited when New York-based artist Alexandra Pacula contacted us to share information about her first solo show, Luminous Heights, at Gallery Henoch. The collection features rare and stunning cityscape paintings of New York City, with a bit of a twist. The artist beautifully blurs city lights from buildings, street lamps, taxi cabs, and bridges to create an abstract portrayal of the urban......read more

Weeds: Public Murals by Mona Caron

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Beautiful wall paintings celebrate unlikely plant heroes

Weeds are rarely viewed as things to celebrate, but this ongoing series from artist Mona Caron gives pest plants their day in the sun. Taking as her subjects common weeds like dandelions and stinging nettles, Caron paints intricate studies of the plants on outdoor walls, in what she describes as "a tribute to the resilience of all those beings who no one made room for, were not part of the plan,......read more

You Are Here: Paintings by Kim Dorland

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Contemporary works tap into tradition of Canadian landscape painting

Toronto-based painter Kim Dorland revisits the image of the primal forest in You Are Here, a series of works that pays homage to the century-old tradition of Canadian landscape painting. Inspired by early 20th-century artists like Tom Thomson and Emily Carr, Dorland creates bold and expressive interpretations of northern landscapes. But while his forebears were focused on celebrating nature and......read more

Eerily Enchanting Paintings by Antoine Corbineau

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A busy commercial illustrator finds time to paint awesome pictures

These paintings from Antoine Corbineau give credence to the theory that some of the most interesting art begins life as a distraction from commercial projects. Corbineau, an illustrator and designer, has worked on a bunch of gigs for big commercial clients, often in a visually busy, map-like style using multiple media and featuring patchworks of color, texture and typography. He somehow also......read more

Dreamy Watercolor Paintings

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From Maja Wornska

Wornska, a Polish artist, who is an architect by trade, picked up a passion for drawing and painting in her first two years of school. She never received any additional training, making her meticulous hand that much more impressive. You can buy prints and canvass of Maja's work at My Modern Shop....read more

Dream Paintings Of Women and Animals In Nature

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From 16 Year Old Painter Dimitra Milan

Four years ago, 16-year-old artist Dimitra Milan began painting when her parents opened Arizona's Milan Art Institute, allowing her to take any class that caught her attention. Since then, she's worked to cultivate her own style.  From classical oil techniques to contemporary mixed media, Milan's skill set grew along with her desire to paint. She then started homeschooling so she could......read more

Travel Paintings by Stefan Bleekrode

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With a nod to Edward Hopper, a series of travel inspired paintings we like a lot.

There's a gorgeous quality captured by Stefan Bleekrode in the mundane moments of travel.       Most of my paintings can best be described as snapshots of things I’ve seen when travelling or just going through my everyday routine, small bits of beauty in familiar settings. Often they come in through the backdoor, and after a while I turn these ideas, combined with a good......read more

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