Tuesday, April 26, 2011

A Bird Seller

Ah, took a bit of an inadvertent blogging break for a week or so there! I'll be back to posting at least weekly now. Though posts here might be slightly less frequent than in the past -- now that I'm both making art again and have a full-time job, I'll be focusing on that blog. I'll still be posting all my favorite inspirational images, and occasionally, recipes. Cooking original recipes is something else that's gone by the wayside with this full-time working and art-making! I still cook, but I mostly cook my favorites. A post on my favorites is forthcoming!

This is an image I first found on tumblr, and it's been inspiring me since. I love the man's stance, not to mention all the birdcages! More on the image can be found here.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Friday, April 15, 2011

Carl Larsson

Beautiful light and color in these garden and interior scenes by Carl Larsson.

I first discovered his work via arsvitaest.

Monday, April 11, 2011

expressive watercolor animals by Brian Wildesmith, Mirko Hanák, and Janusz Grabianski

The birds immediately above and below are by Brian Wildesmith, the first bunny is by Mirko Hanák, and the fox and the second bunny are by Janusz Grabianski.

I found all of these images on art.crazed's flickr.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Alex Stoddard

Mysterious and magical photographs by Alex Stoddard.

Discovered via fubiz.

Monday, April 4, 2011

book art, part 2

I've discovered more wonderful book artists since I made my first post of book art by various artists. Here are some of my recent favorites.

 Above: "Eternity" by Míla Fürstová. Discovered via how to make a baby elephant float.

Unsure of title, by Louise Richardson. Via Imagine Gallery. I first learned of her work, and Imagine Gallery, via Ullabenulla.

Peat Stack by Joanne B. Kaar.

Seafarer's Log by Joanne B. Kaar.

Bird Book by Chela Metzger. Via f yeah book arts.

Wood Book by Lexi Hayman. I couldn't track down a source for this image, but I found it via f yeah book arts.

Edge Painting by Louisa BoydVia winterlief.

Forgotten Knowledge by Rachael Ashe on flickr.

Unsure of creator, found via poppytalk
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