The Burning Ear, a music blog based in Los Angeles, selected my painting “Square” to accompany a post about the rock band Spirit Animal. It’s really great how well the written description on the page fits the painting:
Time to lace up the walking shoes and get out there in the fall air with some headphones and no particular destination. Let the music buoy your spirits and guide your steps as you wander in thought, observing the wild and weird world around you.
Art People Gallery created an album of my paintings on their Facebook page. More than 1000 likes already in the first week!
Have a look at the Facebook photo album here.
Cross Connect Magazine this week posted a nice selection of my paintings in an article on their website. The article is titled ‘Digital Collages’ and can be found here:
Cross Connect Magazine is a website maintained by an international group of artists, designers and enthousiasts presenting new art, music and design. New articles about interesting artists and designers appear on the site daily.
In their own words:
Cross Connect is a vibrant community comprised of content curators and artists. If you’re searching for a place to discover new art, illustrations or music, look no further. Every day we curate an assortment of content based on submissions from our readers, as well as recommendations and findings from our staff. We take pride in discovering new artists.
BLEND IMAGES stock photo agency from Seattle featured my paintings on their weblog in a post titled “Collaged Spaces” I like that title a lot. Although they are a photo agency, their blog has a lot of posts about painters, illustrators and designers. Their love for images clearly goes much further than photography alone. The Collages Spaces post on the Blend Images weblog:
About Blend Images:
Blend Images is the world’s leading multiethnic commercial stock agency. Founded by a consortium of the most talented and respected photographers within stock photography, and managed by key industry veterans, Blend Images has established itself as the premiere destination for ethnically diverse business and lifestyle imagery.
Booooooom Artist Spotlight
Booooooom.com today posted an “Artist Spotlight” that features my paintings! It’s a site I’ve been following for quite some time because I highly value their choice of artworks, so I’m very proud to be featured in a post.
About Booooooom, from their website
Booooooom was launched in 2008 by Vancouver-based artist Jeff Hamada. It is now Canada’s highest traffic art blog, and one of the largest on the Internet. The site is an authoritative voice in the new contemporary arts scene, highlighting emerging talents, and launching the careers of many young artists internationally.