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  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations – bubbles
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations – masque

Géraldine Georges Illustrations

Géraldine Georges Illustrations, Illustrator from Belgium, Bruxelles.

Géraldine Georges Illustrations

After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels Géraldine worked as a graphic designer in various advertising agencies for 7 years. Towards the end of 2006, She started to work as a freelance illustrator. She did not felt like she was leaving behind the graphic design world but rather she was able to see & bring some graphic design elements into her illustrations. The two are inevitably linked for her. Her approach is pretty simple, she tries her best to transcribe emotions, find a perfect balance through the collages without falling into the trap of over-using Photoshop or other effects…

  • Stephanie Revennaugh – sculpture horse
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – sculpture horse / In progress
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – horses sculpture
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Beautiful Together – Bronze – Horses Sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – portrait

Horses sculptures by Stephanie Revennaugh

Horses sculptures by Stephanie Revennaugh, born 1973 – USA

Stephanie Revennaugh - Horses sculptures

Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures

I model form because it is the most natural way for me to express an idea or feeling. I model the horse because its form has been imprinted into my consciousness through long hours of  interaction, focused observation and drawing.   While I am fascinated with the beauty and elegance of equine design, it is the sensitive spirit of the horse which invites exploration of more abstract deeper meanings.  Striving towards goals and seeking adventure juxtaposed to finding peace and serenity are themes that appear in my work, alongside thoughts on a gregarious social life versus introspective solitude.

  • Bob Quinn – Excuses – Sculptures – Ireland
  • Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives
  • Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives
  • Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives
  • Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives
  • Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives
  • Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives
  • Bob Quinn – Elopement -Sculptures figuratives
  • Bob Quinn – Toe in the Water smallest side

Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives

Bob Quinn – Sculptures figuratives (Ireland)

D’Inspirations : Giacometti, Degas et ça me rappelle beaucoup l’univers de Valerie Hadida.

  • Juz Kitson – The Desired Desires the Desire of the Other / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Changing Skin / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Untitled Heart / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures fleurs
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine detail / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – porcelain heart / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson -Changing Skin (detail) 2013, Southern Ice porcelain / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Make Sacred the Profane / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Growth of the Exotic / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Changing Skin / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Changing Skin / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculptures
  • Juz Kitson -Working in a range of media including ceramics / Organic sculptures

Organic Sculptures Juz Kitson

Organic Sculptures Juz Kitson (Australia)

Juz Kitson - Sculptures

Juz Kitson – Sculptures

Juz Kitson, jeune céramiste de la côte centrale de Sydney, utilise sa fascination pour les formes organiques pour créer des sculptures d’une beauté troublante. Inspiré de l’artiste Kiki Smith.
Elle utilise le latex, le plâtre et la porcelaine pour créer un affrontement troublant entre le beau et le grotesque. Combiné avec d’autres matériaux tels que le crin de cheval, laine, os et peau de serpent, chaque œuvre fait allusion au naturel, mais frole l’étranger.

  • Piia Lehti – rakastan / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – sydamella / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – Siivet kantaa / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – sina olet koko maailma / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – merenneito_piialehti / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – Meri minussa – 2013 / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – Artist – Ajatuksen vapaus : Freedom of Thought, 2013
  • piia lehti – metsan sylissa / symbolic surrealiste art
  • piia lehti / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – ystävänneuvo/ symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – metsansylissa / symbolic surrealiste art

Surrealistic Fine Art by Piia Lehti

Surrealistic Fine Art by Piia Lehti uses mainly different intaglio printing techniques. Her motifs come from a world where the reality overlaps with dreams. People have often changed roles with animals, and their surrealistic environment is full of surprises. The cosiness of Lehtis prints originates from the slightly shabby lines and landscapes, which are comfortably worn out. The pictures reflect the life experienced and lived in different corners of the world. (Finlande)

piia lehti - metsan sylissa / symbolic surrealiste art

piia lehti – metsan sylissa / symbolic surrealiste art

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Surrealistic Fine Art by Piia Lehti, elle utilise principalement des techniques d’impressions mixtes. Son univers revele un monde où la réalité se superpose aux rêves. Les gens se changent en animaux de maniere symboliques et surréalistes, d’une grande finesse où le lien avec la nature est omniprésente. J’aime vraiment l’ambiance et le traitement de ses créations.

  • Tibor Nagy – peinture – Fine art /
  • Tibor Nagy – Fine art
  • Tibor Nagy – Fine art – ghost town
  • Tibor Nagy – peintures- Fine art
  • Tibor Nagy – Fine art / Portrait

Tibor Nagy – Fine art

Tibor Nagy - Fine art - ghost town

Tibor Nagy – Fine art – ghost town

Tibor Nagy – Fine art : was born and raised in a small town called Rimavská Sobota in Slovakia which lies in the heart of Europe. He grew up in a family of musicians. Since a very young age, Tibor found himself deeply connected with nature and graphic expression in many forms felt very natural to him. Experience gained in nature and experience in artistic field constantly complemented each other. This created a strong basis which influenced his entire artistic development as well as remaining an endless source of inspiration for him as a self-taught artist.

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Tibor Nagy – Fine art : est né et a grandi dans une petite ville appelée “Rimavská Sobota” en Slovaquie. Il a grandi dans une famille de musiciens. Depuis son plus jeune âge, Tibor se trouva profondément connecté avec la nature et l’expression graphique. Son expérience de la nature et le domaine artistique se complete, et restent une source inépuisable d’inspiration.

  • Monica Raduta – Beautiful digital photography
  • Monica Raduta -digital photography
  • Monica Raduta-beautiful digital photography

Beautiful digital photography by Monica Raduta

Beautiful digital photography by Monica Raduta. Artist – Bucharest, Romania

Monica Raduta-beautiful digital photography

Monica Raduta-beautiful digital photography


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