Inspiration Week #3
Welcome one and all to Inspiration Week #3! It’s been a long week for me, and I’ve been slacking a little in getting some posts up. But that’s the past, and they are here now! And I have some great stuff for you this week. Included we have some phenomenal oil paintings that are just about as life like as you can get, the one size fits all holidays wrapping paper, some amazing fruit sculptures, and much more. So if you’re in need of something new or simply need a break from the day, make sure you scroll down and enjoy the show!
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Yes, the following are oil paintings, not pictures; don’t let your eyes fool you. These works of art were created by Mexican-born painter Ana Teresa Fernandez, who holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her works have been exhibited internationally in South Africa and Mexico.
You ever find yourself wrapping a present for someone, only to find out that you don’t have the correct wrapping paper for the occasion? Well, never again with this creative solution. Check out the one size fits all Word Search Wrapping Paper designed by Fabio Milito and Francesca Guidotti.
The following pieces were created by amazing graphic artist Rob Gonzalez. Make sure you look at each one carefully so you get the full visual effect of the pieces. You can see more here.
Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov uses fruit as his medium of choice. Check out these awesome, and creepy, looking skulls.
And last, but certainly not least, check out these amazing watercolor paintings created by various artists. You can click on the image to take you to the original.
If you are an artist and would like your work featured in an article or Inspiration Week, please feel free to email me at kris@TheSightsandSounds.com.
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