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Having a Whale of a time 💙
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Este MacLeod’s paintings are informed by the real and the imaginary. Her background in textile and ceramic design is noticeable in the stylised, abundant and colourful forms used in still life, landscape and floral paintings. Although shapes are distorted and altered, there is a strong sense of the familiar. The variety of techniques Este uses to layer colour and shapes adds an ethereal element to her work.
Paintings are inspired by travel, nature, dreams, seasons, sentiments and thoughts as well as everyday surroundings. Working intuitively, Este allows a painting to develop over time. Observation and drawing are important parts of the creative process. By experimenting with the layering of colours, patterns, textures and mark making, and by using her trademark floral and simplified plant forms, Este’s work always retain a freshness.
Este lives in Berkshire, England with her husband and teenage son. Este was born in South Africa where she studied Textiles Design, a BA Honours Degree in Ceramic Design with Glass (1st class) and Masters Degree in Contemporary Jewellery Design.

Este MacLeod: http://www.estemacleod.com/
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13.08.2018
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Igor Gapochka – Voodoo
Digital graphics, 2018

Igor Gapochka art on Pinterest: https://ru.pinterest.com/gapochkaigor/igor-gapochka-art/
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Jay Ferranti, a self-taught painter and collage artist living in Houston, Texas. Working with my imagination and whatever materials are at hand, I tend to populate a world of strange creatures and humans who almost always peer directly and solemnly into the soul of the viewer.
Jay Ferranti: http://artodyssey1.blogspot.com/2010/01/jay-ferranti-jay-ferranti-self-taught.html
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