"Follow what makes your heart smile!". Art by Dorothy Berry-Lound. Formerly from the South of England, Dorothy lives in Umbria in Central Italy. A fine art photographer, acrylic artist and visual storyteller, Dorothy creates art that you will enjoy
having in your home or workplace. As well as original paintings, Dorothy specialises in Photo Art, also known as photo painting. This is where she takes her own photographs and then enhances them digitally on her computer to give them an artistic feel. In her collections you will find beautiful art for your wall, the perfect gift or maybe a travel memory to treasure. All images (c) 2000-2023 Dorothy Berry-Lound, all rights reserved. SHIPPING: It is Free shipping anywhere in USA or Canada, but you can also choose an express delivery option, depending upon your canvas size. Shipping options are available when placing the order. Pictorem does ship internationally but only products supplied in a tube (canvas and poster prints supplied in rolls). Shipping costs will vary depending on the country.
Hello everyone, Welcome to my page. I have always loved technology, drawing and painting at a young age to my young adult hood. And now with ai at its peak I am able to combine them together getting in touch with my younger years to create art in
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Skilful in various crafts, Gabiko IoMo — European blend naturalized in Canada (Montreal) — has always practiced art in one form or another. In the last decade, she become a digital painter and built a very consistent portfolio.
Her technique and
style are unique and have been rewarded with prizes in numerous international art competitions.
She paints, by small patches, on black background (from the darkness the light was born) — sometimes covering it completely, other times creating outbursts of unexpected meanings — where the gloss or roughness of the surfaces bring a touch of realism to the chaos of abstract.
Using only basic old software (and the mouse to draw), she’s playing with volumes and lights, keeping forms in balance and hues in harmony. Everything around — shadows, sounds, perfumes, textures — can inspire her and joyful, vibrating spots of life (ready to be used) fill her insomnia when it is dark outside.
The artworks of Gabiko IoMo — invariably square — are fashioned with exuberant colours and some of them may have a militant message or a hint of irony. They are transferred on HQ canvas, completed by a black floating frame.
If you ask her what she feels when she paints, she will answer that there are no moments of deeper, fuller happiness.
There is something fulfilling about capturing a moment in time…particularly as the sun makes its first or last appearance. My photographic work reflects an affinity for movement and sound; the latter reminiscent of a song, starting calmly, buildi
ng strength, power and energy, until the shutter releases and the image is recorded as the ultimate crescendo.While I am mostly drawn to the grand landscape, my portfolio includes macro, still life and abstract work as well, showcasing a relationship between color and light.Born and raised in Southern California, Colorado has been my home for the last 2 years. Prior to that, I spent more than 20 years in South Florida.While photography has always been an inherent part of my life, I began my career as a fine art photographer following my retirement from restorative dentistry. As a firm believer in learning by doing, I worked on honing my craft at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Old School Square in Delray Beach and the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, as well as working with professional photographers at workshops around the country.
Jean Gaboury a développé une expertise unique dans l'art abstrait de la photographie aérienne. Il affectionne plus particulièrement l'approche "Top down" comme profil d'angle de caméra avec le drone. Il recherche les textures parti
culières pour mettre en valeur la beauté de la terre. Ses photographies surprennent par le choix de la composition. Pour maximiser la qualité de la photo, il privilégie l'impression sur feuille d'aluminium par sublimation (métal HD) pour la protection de la surface, le rehaussement de la brillance des couleurs, pour le rendu des détails exacts et sa légèreté.
Jean Gaboury has developed a unique expertise in the abstract art of aerial photography. He particularly likes the top down approach as a camera angle profile with the drone. He looks for particular textures to highlight the beauty of the earth. His photographs are surprising by the choice of composition. It is a pleasure for the eyes. To maximize the quality of the photo, he prefer the printing on aluminum foil by sublimation (metal HD) for the protection of the surface, the enhancement of the color brilliance, for the rendering of the exact details and its lightness.
Yahel, a remarkable and versatile artist, has been gracing the art world with her exceptional talent for over four decades. Drawing inspiration from her African Jewish heritage, Yahel's artistic journey is a unique blend of Impressionism and Post
-Impressionism, creating a distinct style that sets her apart from her contemporaries.
Born to a family deeply rooted in the rich cultural tapestry of Africa and Judaism, Yahel's upbringing has played an instrumental role in shaping her artistic perspective. Her paintings are a visual symphony, imbued with vibrant colors and bold textures that pay homage to her roots. Yahel's artwork elegantly captures the essence of everyday life, celebrating the beauty of nature, and depicting the resilience and strength of the human spirit.
Yahel's Impressionist influences are evident in her soft, fluid brushstrokes and her fascination with the play of light and shadow. Her Post-Impressionist tendencies emerge through her bold use of color and distinctive forms, creating a sense of depth and emotion in her work. The unique fusion of these two styles allows Yahel to deftly portray both the physical and emotional landscapes of her subjects.
In addition to her incredible skill as a painter, Yahel is also an advocate for the preservation and promotion of African Jewish art. Through her dedication and passion, she has been instrumental in raising awareness about this rich and diverse artistic tradition, inspiring a new generation of artists to explore and embrace their heritage.
Yahel's extraordinary body of work has garnered her international recognition and a devoted following of collectors and admirers. Her art is a testament to the power of creativity, transcending cultural boundaries and inviting viewers to connect with her subjects on a profound level. As Yahel continues to paint, her legacy is one of inspiration, evoking a sense of wonder and appreciation for the beauty that surrounds us all.
SkillHall is a contemporary art gallery in Chiang Rai, Thailand. We're a one-of-a-kind web gallery. We feature the work of artists who have created extraordinary works of art. I am really delighted to demonstrate to everyone that Chiang Rai Prov
ince has a wealth of art galleries. There are over 200 galleries in this area. The majority of artists We wish to bring this artist's collection to the attention of everyone who appreciates the beauty of many types of art, based on a tranquil, lovely, and simple nature. And get to know them, as well as support their efforts financially. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Hi, I'm Eric Franks and I'm glad you've taken the time to view my portfolio.
After more than four decades in the information systems business, I retired from the high tech world and turned my photography hobby into a business. One of th
e best decisions of my life. I now get to do what I really enjoy every day.
In addition to portraiture, I have also engaged in event photography, travel, real estate, product, and conceptual art to name a few.
Many of the photographs I've created are available here as wall art. If you don't see what you're looking for, click the mail button at the top of the screen and let me know. I have many more images in my archives that just might please you.
Thank you for visiting my galleries. I hope to hear from you soon.
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You have landed on my artist page! My artist name is The Vectoryfloor. I was born in The Hague, The Netherlands where I lived and grew up. I started drawing and painting at a young age, and I have done so ever since. My first experiences as a photogr
apher was when I bought a camera in 2014. I experimented with photos that I drew or painted over to create dreamlike images.
I'm a self-taught artist but I went on to study through practical experience. You're never finished learning and through studying other works and just trying, I created my own style which is mainly dark and moody. My work is influenced by naive art, and contemporary photographers like Gregory Crewdson.
I hope you enjoy my work as much as I do. Some images do look better hanging on a wall!
After nearly a full career in the Professional Engineering world, my creative instincts needed an outlet. While I have admired art and illustration throughout my life I have not expressed myself artistically since high school where I did receive
some recognition from the community at the time. Recently I have started working with digital media and enjoy creating natural settings, portraits and social commentary. As a music enthusiast I enjoy combining music in various creative media. While art serves as a creator's expressive outlet I aim to create PoSITVE InFLUENCE with my Art.
Christopher Rousseau-Villella was born in Minnesota and spent his childhood dividing his time between Sarasota, Florida and a hobby farm in Wisconsin owned by his stepfather and mother. His stepfather sold clothing that he painted on, while Christoph
er sold small clay figurines. Christopher also spent summers helping his father run a resort on Gull Lake, Minnesota.
Christopher studied art at Stout University in Menomonie, Wisconsin and developed a passion for the arts from a young age, traveling with his stepfather and mother to art fairs. He always had a desire to become a painter but found that his perfectionist approach took too much time to make a living from selling paintings. However, recently, Christopher discovered the potential of AI technology to create works of art at a faster pace. He inputs sketches, styles he loves and feeds the AI keywords, colors, artists and time periods to create unique pieces. This has made the process of creating art more exciting and has given him a faster pace of creating that he is accustomed to.
This website is a showcase of Christopher's works, which have been created with the help of AI technology. Christopher welcomes visitors to his website and hopes that his pieces will be enjoyed. Creating these pieces has been a pleasure for him, and he looks forward to sharing them with the world.
Four elemental aspects guide my work and in no particular order: color, expression, line and form.
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When I paint green, it doesn’t mean grass; when I paint blue, it doesn’t mean sky.
I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way—things I had no words for.
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of others and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.
Lover of Art. Tireless Seeker of Truth. Creating Beauty and Pointing to the Beauty-giver in the Process... For custom requests please contact: [email protected]... All my links: https://linktr.ee/NextWayArt
While working in the Midwest and other parts of the country, I always try to find natural beauty and interesting people. Through my photography, I attempt to document our world, with a focus on the magic found in daily life.
tarted in photojournalism working for my family's community newspapers. I went on to work for the Associated Press, Des Moines Register, and Omaha World-Herald. I have also done contract work for Reuters, AFP, National Geographic, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.
My portfolio photographs are captured with drones or mirrorless DSLR cameras. Each of my limited edition prints also comes with a certificate of authenticity. They're available in both color and black and white.I hope you enjoy viewing my portfolio. Check back often because I'm constantly adding images. Please let me know if you have questions!
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Choosing the self-taught method of acrylic painting after years of working solely in charcoal has provided me the process of discovery along with the opportunity to develop what I hoped to be a minimally influenced style of painting. I wanted to
find my own way through to the other side and bring authenticity and meaning to each work, preferring my individuality to emerge as the composition finds its way from my mind to my hand. The journey, albeit "learning the hard way" has unfolded many valuable lessons. My art is a reaction to the dynamic beauty that surrounds each one of us. Perhaps it can stir up a smile.
Welcome to my Navi Heart Art Gallery!
I feel that art has the power to connect us all and bring us closer together as a human race, and I hope that my artwork will speak to you in that special way.
I take precious hours in every piece I design, a
nd there is always a special story to be told behind every single piece of art.
Don't hesitate to reach out with any special request for any specialized artwork .
Peace & Love.
Chris Na'vi Heart
Using light and shadow, Bill Swartwout Photography creates images ranging from the breathtaking landscapes and seascapes of Mother Nature to the intricate creations of Man. Bill Swartwout is a photographer living in coastal Delaware
. Bill's photographs help define the term "wanderlust" through the visual medium of photography. He captures images of places to which he wanders and of myriad distractions along the way. Bill's favorite artist is Mother Nature and he loves to share her work in the landscapes and seascapes he captures.
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Welcome to my artistic world of semi-abstract and abstract art! I am an artist who finds inspiration in the harmonious blend of shapes, colors, and emotions. Through my creations, I strive to evoke curiosity, ignite imagination, and awaken the dept
hs of human expression.
My artwork is a reflection of the mysterious and ever-changing nature of life. I invite you to explore the boundaries of reality and immerse yourself in the captivating realm of abstraction. Each piece tells a unique story, blending elements of the tangible and the intangible to create a visual language that resonates with the soul.
I was born in an amazing city and raised in a beautiful landscape of province. In my earliest and most precious memories are hiking, exploring woods, watching the city at night. A camera accompanied me during those memories. A landscape is something
timeless and exciting. Photography for me means collecting experiences and memories.
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Three books of my photography have been published.
- "Houses of Worship" (2013)
- "Sweet Seas. Portraits of the Great Lakes" (2012), which Canadian Geographic magazine called "a remarkable study ... a visual tour of the delicate beauty and intense hi
story of exploitation" around the Great Lakes.
- "Roads" was published in 2010. Reviewers said:
"Captures a country that forgot to look at the camera. An honest glimpse of a nation in repose." (Globe and Mail)
“Compelling work.” (Ottawa Citizen)
"A stunning book of photographs." (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
“Stunning”. (Halifax Chronicle-Herald)
"Schacter's written observations are as engaging as his often-dramatic images." (Montreal Gazette)
"Schacter's atmospheric photography is crisp”. (Canadian Geographic)
"Striking . . . Schacter's travels across Canada reveal how roads, from highways to local streets, have become the avenue to the vast and natural landscape of Canada." (Ottawa Life)
Hello, and thank you for browsing through my images today. For me, photography gives me a way to connect with the beauty of nature, and to communicate what I see and feel to the rest of the world. We all have times when we just want to get away fro
m all the fast pace of life, and find more meaning to our lives. It is my hope that for those people who would like to get away and get back to nature, but just do not have the time at hand to do so, that my images will give them peace, and a sense of spiritual connection to these places that I photograph, so that they might feel what I feel when I am photographing nature at its best. My overall purpose of doing my craft is to create stunning imagery that will evoke a sense of wonder and amazement for all people to enjoy. I also wish to create an awareness of our fragile ecological environment in the hope that people will want to preserve our land and not spoil or pollute it in favor of urban sprawl. We only have one planet, and it is my hope that my images will help to create and mold that awareness for a clean unspoiled planet, for all generations to come. My craft in photography gives me my sense of purpose for being here, and, hopefully to help preserve our environment by making my contribution of awareness through my images.
A photograph. A frozen moment in time. Since the age of fourteen, Abigail Diane has been capturing her world from behind the lens of a camera. Growing up in the historic city of London and starting with black and white film, her innate instinct capt
ivated many as evidenced by her first sale at a young age. Drawing from her passion, photography empowers her to uniquely compose her subject matter with the optimum focal point that brings her craft to life.In the past ten years, Abigail has been capturing nature with her trusted Nikon. Her images inspire all of us to see the surrounding beauty that is our world. You can experience the tranquility of a pond, almost hear the buzz of a bee on a flower, and smell that salty sea air as the waves crash into the rocky shore. Today she resides in Southern California where the sun is shining all day long. Come and join Abigail on her journey. Let her art bring the world inside of your home or office. “Nature evokes a sense of calmness, an atmosphere of relaxation and a consciousness of being in that moment.” ~ Abigail Diane Photography
Welcome to One Strange Gallery, the online art store showcasing a unique and diverse collection of digital artworks. Each piece is printed with museum-quality care on premium materials, offering a range of sizes to choose from. Each piece you buy fro
m us comes with a certificate of authenticity, ensuring the genuine essence and provenance of your chosen artwork.
Our production headquarters are based in Montreal and New York, allowing us to deliver FREE SHIPPING within the US and Canada. For our international customers, we provide convenient shipping options to ensure your artwork reaches you safely and securely.
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Thank you for your interest . All of my photos are in albums in Flickr under Jim Zenock. If you are interested in a photo, I will need the Album name and photo number and I will upload the photo to my online gallery. My email is [email protected]
om. My photos are Landscape and Nature. Thank you, Jim Zenock.
Martine Harris is a French & American fine Artist. She paints with her intention, suggesting concepts and new universes, escaping above an industrial world of gravity, good & bad, large & tiny, right & wrong..Her Art is an invitation to trav
el, to levitation, to spiritual and imaginary elevation. These paintings are available in print on different supports, affordable for all budgets, wishing for You to enjoy at Home a new universe made of her paintings and your imagination. From Martine Harris Painter, with Love. *COPYRIGHT NOTICE: All Art images and text on this site are protected by the U.S. and international copyright laws, all rights reserved. They may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated or used in any way, without written permission of Martine Harris, Artist. Any unauthorized usage will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the US Copyright law.
Canadian photographer Henri Hadida's images range from pure street photography and environmental portraits to minimalist expressions of his surroundings. His recent exploration of digital image manipulation has resulted in a spark that keeps
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Entrer dans l’œuvre d’Henri Hadida, c’est voyager dans un univers à facettes multiples mais au dénominateur commun : celui de notre monde unique dans la diversité de ses saisons et de ses humeurs.More of his work can be viewed at www.henrihadida.com
I was born in 1971 in Turin, Italy, where I live and work as an artist. Since I can remember I have always drawn. My preferred techniques are classic oil on canvas paintings, and pencil drawings.
I’m like a mouse in its box. A little mouse safe in
its shelter, that passes his time gnawing the food stored for the winter. But my food are the drawings. I work within my home. My studio is a room of the house in which I live. In this relatively small space are accumulated all the materials and equipment I need to draw and paint, but in a certain sense also the suggestions that inspire my work. Here are the desks and drawing boards, with brushes and paint colors, but also, on the walls or placed in closets, paintings and drawings (I think each finished work is always an inspiration for the next, in somehow). A great source of ideas are books and music, and of course the PC. The graphics programs and virtual modeling programs have become over the years a valuable support, but obviously the richest mine is the internet: a reservoir of images and ideas from which to draw, and in which we often are lost (in addition to photos of my own travels, all stored on the computer). It’s a small microcosm closed in on itself, rather impervious to the outside world (despite a large window with a beautiful view of Turin, almost always I work with the curtains closed). It is a bit as if the suggestions of the real world were allowed to enter here only after being filtered and digested, only after it has been already turned into experience. Exactly like a rat, eating quiet its supplies in its den, waiting for the end of winter.
In my artistic research I've always been attracted to all that is sortable, classifiable. Perhaps this attitude stems from a primordial insecurity, and perhaps the illusion of putting order into chaos eases this concern.
To start this game is sufficient to identify a subject that lends itself to variations, and the game consists precisely in identifying the rules that form the basis of possible changes. It’s a little like discovering a new language and trying to decipher the syntax, grammar, exceptions.
With these assumptions, it is easy to see that the subjects of this research can be the most diff
At Robert Stanek Studios, William Robert and I are reminded of the tremendous impact art has on our lives. Yet, the challenges brought by the COVID pandemic have deeply affected the artistic community. We continue to champion artists and photographers through our online galleries, but we need your support now more than ever.
Our galleries moved online in spring 2021, a transition prompted by the closure of World Galleries. This shift, while born out of necessity, empowered us to reclaim worldwide rights to our art and photography. Our model has always been different--we believe in giving back. We've dedicated 80% of profits directly to the artists, a stark contrast to the conventional 40-65% retained by galleries. For over three decades, sales of our work have fueled this support system for artists and photographers, many of whom struggle to make ends meet.
The dream was to expand our digital space to showcase the incredible talent within our artist community. Unfortunately, the anticipated sales volumes didn't materialize, hindering our broader mission to uplift these artists. As a result, we weren't able to expand our online galleries beyond our work.
We're asking for your support. By purchasing prints for your home, office, or business, you're not just acquiring art; you're investing in the future and helping us get back to a place where it may once again be possible to support the livelihoods of these creators, their families and communities.
Out of the many talented artists we were privileged to work with, we invite you to meet Darnell, Aylin, Sarah, and Rebecca. Their stories ec
Sassan Filsoof has experience as a graphic designer, illustrator and animator currently residing in Enderby, Canada. He was first formally trained as an industrial designer, then traditional animator, but has always had a strong affinity towards gr