These pencils are certainly not meant to be used, but they are so beautiful! The set features pencils made from Guyana Palm, Blue Zebrano, American Cedar, and Lati Grey.
Saw this today at the Los Gatos Museums Gallery. Steel welding rods are such an unlikely material to use for fur, but they work surprisingly well here. The bear looks like he is drying off after getting out of the water.
Due to life getting in the way big time, I haven’t been to KALEID Gallery for more than 2 years. And of course it’s still a fine mix of all kinds of art, just like before.
I thoroughly enjoyed the her entire sole exhibition, all the flowing lines and shapes floating around like a dream that can change from one subject to another any minute. Mariya’s style is beautifully decadent to me, with “Memories” being my favorite right now.
This one was a nice surprise. I like Lacey’s work a lot, but the last thing I expected to see on her display was one of the most famous characters from Slavic folk tales with legacy so rich and so controversial that I could write a saga and a half and just scrape the surface of it. Love the weary look on her face – “who are you and what are you doing here?”
What a horse! Love his attentive eyes and that apprehensive lip!
Alerte V, by Benedicte Gele – pastel, 42.5 x 30.7 x 2 in
Benedicte’s portfolio at Saatchi Online makes me feel like I saw her art before, but where? Probably on Pinterest, and failed to bookmark it then. Mistake corrected now.