#ArtistThursday: Elise Palmigiani

French but with italian origins, this painter gets inspiration mainly from landscapes she has come across in Europe and America, and then translates her own perception into palette knife artworks with intense colors, being able to communicate different emotions.

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The Olive trees dance

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Saturday night in Time Square

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This way to heaven

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Conversation sur le port

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Burano canal – Venice

 

You can find more of here artwork at her page.

Hope you enjoy!

 

#ArtistThursday: Beata Bieniak

If you’re trying to scape reality for a moment, I totally recommend looking after this polish self-taught photographer. Her surrealist photo manipulations will send you away to a completely different world, filling you with a serenity and mysterious aura.

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Travels in Nihila

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Green house

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Moon

 

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Arka Adasia

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You can find more of her amazing art on Facebook, Fine Art America, and Art Finder.

Hope you get transported to another dimension with this unique images.

 

 

 

 

#ArtistThursday: Anna Brigitta Kovacs

Mainly inspired by nature, this hungarian artist knows how to capture the essence of animals, flowers, landscapes and people to translate them into the most beautiful watercolor and oil paintings.

With an exquisite use of color, her artwork reflects the best of what nature offers us.

artist kovacs anna brigitta, owl, watercolor painting

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You can find more of her beautiful artwork at Saatchi, Fine Art America and Deviantart

hope you enjoy her paintings as much as I do.