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I make black and gray illustrations using pencil and ink. I focus on Victorian, macabre, Steampunk, spooky, and fantastical themes in my work.
I am interested in inanimate objects, particularly Victorian or industrial themed: mechanical, metal objects such as locomotives, carousels, or machinery are a few of my favorite objects to study and draw.
My goal is to transport the viewer to a place that is fantastical, yet filled with dark, understated things.
I paint, draw, write, and make comics in midwestern America. I have a rich internet life.
Australian illustrator, self-taught, Melbourne-based, far from home, 25, F. I like tough and sweet things, cheap and sacred things and brief and eternal things.
Heather Ringman is a self-taught painter. She has worked with acrylic paintings since 2006. She has no formal art training, but has a lifelong love of art. For her first Halloween, she dressed as an artist, which included her wearing one of her dad’s old work shirts with paint smeared on it, carrying old paintbrushes, and a wearing a too large beret.
My work is a compilation of illusive realities, inspired by real world encounters, daydreams and nightmares, children’s television programs, and people. By encompassing both traditional and digital mediums into my work, I am able to create abstracted actualities, heightening the sense of imagination and expression of creative power. My intent is to look beyond what we see daily through our own two eyes and to instead look into our mind’s eye; to encourage the youthful subconscious into the light, and to exploit the curiosity of childish fantasy into our everyday lives.
I am a London based artist currently studying printmaking with illustration at university of east london. I like to mix photography with illustration my work is very much inspired by my enviroment and day to day life.
I am a young artist working towards building a portfolio and making a name for myself. I have had one solo exhibition and been involved in a few group shows to date.
I generally work in ink and watercolour or photography as my chosen medium, which I use to explore different aspects of myself and my surroundings such as identity, anatomy, magic, and more.
I’m one-half of The Backburner Studio, a husband & wife team. We’ve spent most of our adulthood so far putting artistic dreams on hold. Backburner is our dream becoming reality.
Our styles are definitely eclectic… some might even say “all over the place.” We maintain that it’s just exercising our right to be artistically indecisive.
The real breakthroughs happen when you least expect them: under pressure, during banal conversation, in a meltdown. At first, these breakthroughs seemed random and unrelated to each other; for three years it was this way. With all the blessings of persistence came the bittersweet burden of stubbornness. I was stubborn. When I thought I knew it all, my deaf ear haplessly sheltered my fears. After spinning wheels again and again, I conceded. The source of this perpetual cycle wasn’t coming from the outside. There wasn’t a satisfying answer that would neatly solve all my personal conundrums, so I went inward. I never knew it all to begin with and perhaps it was time to shut up and listen. Not surprisingly, it worked.
Check out more at: www.resetreality.net
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