A quickie again today (I’m exhausted) to share with you the work of Meagan Ileana who I came across via the Feeling Stitchy blog. She has such amazing patience and artistic ability. Check out all these tiny stitches… Meagan says: I draw from true moments in relationships and also from bodies. Things I return to: [...]
I came across Irish artist, Anne Ellard’s Sketchbook Project while browsing through Issuu. I just love these silhouette’s she’s created with collage. You can find out more about Anne and view some of her other artwork here and here, or follow her on FaceBook.
Just a couple of bits of news to share with you today, with it being Sunday and with me having spent the day away from home not making anything. Alisa Burke has announced her online sketching class this week to start on Feb 7th. Sign ups are open now for the most reasonable price of [...]
I’ve always been a fan of the Heavy Horse sculpture that stands on the West bound side of the motorway on the way out of Glasgow, it’s particularly impressive when illuminated on a clear night. There are a huge number of fantastic photo’s featuring the sculpture out there on the web although I particularly like [...]
Skot is another artist found through DeviantArt where he goes by the name Lord Hoki, living on Austrailia’s East Coast Skot works in a variety of media creating a range of drawn, painted and sculpted objects. Much of his DeviantArt account is taken up with his Hoki range of work such as those pictured below: [...]
I’ve really been taken by the work of Kezeff, another artist I found on DeviantArt. I’ve only been following them for a short period, but even in that time I have been fairly impressed not only by the quality of their work but by the creativity behind it and the seemingly highly effective execution of [...]
I first became aware of Helen’s work a few years ago when I began dabbling with papier mache and was just beginning to see the possibilities it offered beyond what we traditionally think of when we hear about this much under-rated material. I had tried my hand at making a mask with mache and Helen [...]
For those who don’t know DeviantArt is a massive online artists community which spans the globe and contains the work of many thousand artists and crafters, amateur and professional alike. I recently came across Karolina’s work while browsing through the submission feed and I’ve got to say it simply knocked my socks, her gallery is fabulous. [...]