depuis l'automne

untrustyou:

Kelsey Hannah 


mstrkrftz:

2012 Perseid Meteor Shower over Denver Colorado


jacobvanloon:

Jacob van Loon
Holbrook (diptych)
Watercolor, acrylic, and graphite on wood


red-lipstick:

Sungwon (Seoul, Korea, Republic of) - Blue Girl series, 2013    Drawings: Ink, Gouache, PS

She asks them, “Why am I blue? Why am I the only one?”


inklingart:

www.InklingArt.com
WakeWatercolor and gouache, 6x10”Abstract personal work.

inklingart:

www.InklingArt.com

Wake
Watercolor and gouache, 6x10”
Abstract personal work.


kaylanewell:

First page of a new sketchbook 🍧

kaylanewell:

First page of a new sketchbook 🍧


sarahgoodreau:

dragonflies blow flowers instead of fire. 

sarahgoodreau:

dragonflies blow flowers instead of fire. 


danielzender:

Very excited to share my first illustration for The New Yorker!
I was elated to get this weird assignment from Jordan Awan, for an article about a Lizzie Borden opera opening soon.

In this week’s (August 4) issue, print and online.

www.danielzender.com


ellenwilbergart:

Magenta experiment with watercolor and gouache. 10x15cm

ellenwilbergart:

Magenta experiment with watercolor and gouache. 10x15cm



tir-ri:

- …What is this?

- It’s tea.

Siblings Miila and Wyn sharing tea together (they have the same mother). I wanted to try a different color palette and the outcome was much murkier than I intended. It was a nice experiment nevertheless, just like Wyn’s home brewed tea.

Prints


djferreira224:

Lauterbrunnen valley in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland by Chris Spracklen

djferreira224:

Lauterbrunnen valley in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland by 



books0977:

Woman reading (c.1912). Karl Alexander Wilke (1879 Leipzig - 1954 Wien). 
Wilke was a German-Austrian painter, illustrator and stage designer. From 1905 to 1918 he was a staff member of the Austrian humour/men’s magazine, Die Musketethe.

books0977:

Woman reading (c.1912). Karl Alexander Wilke (1879 Leipzig - 1954 Wien). 

Wilke was a German-Austrian painter, illustrator and stage designer. From 1905 to 1918 he was a staff member of the Austrian humour/men’s magazine, Die Musketethe.


mitakita:

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