Ian Davenport’s Dripping Painting

There’s something oddly satisfying about watching paint slowly drip down a canvas. It’s unexplainable, yet mesmerizing, to view the viscous pigment crawl its way to the flood, puddling in a colorful mess. English artist Ian Davenport plays with these concepts in his series Poured Lines and Puddle Painting

Preserved Nature by Drawing Landscape

Zaria’s drawings convey the urgency of climate change by connecting people to the beauty of remote landscapes. Her most recent achievements include participation in Banksy’s Dismaland (Aug-Sep 2015), a solo exhibition at Winston Wächter Fine Art in New York City (Sep-Oct 2015), and a four week art residency in Antarctica aboard the National Geographic Explorer (Nov-Dec 2015)

Alignment Picasso’s Self-Potraits Picture with His Transformation Art Taste

While many people recognize him only for his avant-garde, topsy-turvy paintings, his earlier work—like his self-portraits from 1896 and 1900—exhibit his ability to paint and sketch beautiful true-to-life depictions. Though a gifted draughtsman, Picasso did not dabble in this style for very long. In 1901, he entered his Blue Period—a phase in which he painted somber, stylized scenes in cool blue tones, as evident in his striking self-portrait from the same year

Woman in Simbolism in Stella Im Hultberg’s Art Work

One of stand out Korean artist is Stella Im Hultberg, “Most of them are made up in my mind, as I don’t have any models. I must see faces of real people (models or real life) and mix them up in my head to my liking. Sometimes, I do see faces I absolutely fall in love with, and I’d try to use that as a reference too

Injection Purpose to The Next Level

Injection tools for medical purpose absolutely common, but if we want to make this tools to be another purpose thats a positive ways to creative learning, in veri-art we will show two of purpose how injection for medical tools being another purpose.

Visualization of Music from Synesthesian

In auditory-tactile synaesthesia, certain sounds can induce sensations in parts of the body. For example, someone with auditory-tactile synesthesia may experience that hearing a specific word feels like touch in one specific part of the body or may experience that certain sounds can create a sensation in the skin without being touched.

Small Painting from Wasted New York City Metro Card

In an ongoing series of exhibitions called Single Fare, creatives are transforming the small tickets with miniature paintings, drawings, and sculptures. From portraits of people to lush landscapes, there’s an impressive amount of detailing on these unconventional palm-size canvases. Their new life makes us reconsider things we might regard as trash; here, they show a spectacular use of up cycling

Glow in the Dark Painting

Samuel Romero is a promising artist, who prefer and enjoyed make painting using ‘glow in the dark’ paint. Both types of fluorescent painting benefit when used within a contrasting ambiance of clean, matte-black backgrounds and borders. Such a “black out” effect will minimize other awareness, so cultivating the peculiar luminescence of UV fluorescence.

Synesthesian Artist Making Artwork Base of Music Response

Synesthesia artist Dillon James sees colors and patterns in his vision when he hears sounds. He has a type of synesthesia known as “Chromesthesia”. So, he has merged those colors with the faces of the people he’s painting. “I do all types of artwork, but people tend to want paintings of voices. I love being able to show people in my art what I see when I hear sound. It’s sharing of myself at the deepest level.”

Doodle has Showing Kev Munday’s Effort and Energy

Drawing is a basic and primitive activity for human civilization, it’s really raw idea spread out in person mind. Doodle is an artwork when artist gave best effort to describe imagination like Kev Munday, he just flowing and keep moving just for digging his idea by paint and marker