Eyes wide open looking for the truth, no sugarcoating, heads thrown back in passionate gestures. Vulnerable nakedness.
Long-fingered hands. Sensitivity drawn with fine nervous lines. Tense bodies, black ink on white paper, they look as if moved by raw emotions. Relaxed bodies, dreamlike shapes in violet, the color of spirituality.ShareThis
If you're looking for inspirational photos from around the world, then look no further than Elia Locardi, this month's Photographer of the Month. Elia and his uber-talented wife Naomi have been location independent since 2012 and together run their popular website, www.blamethemonkey.com.ShareThis
Lesley McIver is an amazing glass artist. She specializes in stunning glass beads and glass bead jewelry. So much of Lesley’s personality comes out in her work, as does the inspiration she gains living surrounded by natural beauty.ShareThis
As you look at Paul McMahan's watercolors, you cannot help but recognize the colorful influence of his coastal New England environment. The coastal colors and watery influences of maritime history and quaint small towns show up in each piece.ShareThis
New York City is a fertile ground for artistry so it’s no surprise that longtime resident Vivienne Gucwa discovered and nurtured her burgeoning ability around its streets.ShareThis
Serene, peaceful, calm and trans-portative are the words which pop into my head each time I see one of Dianne McNaughton’s paintings. She gathers a great deal of inspiration from the natural beauty found around her home in South Africa and her travels.ShareThis