Pick of the Week: Ree Artwork

Pick of the Week: Ree Artwork

This week’s artist is illustrator Ree from Venezuela and Florida who sells prints and originals. She posts videos as well on Youtube of her work and process which I enjoy since she uses Copic markers which I am trying to learn techniques for. Her gorgeous style really attracted me to her work and I just had to pick something up s0 I bought an original of a mermaid and a few prints that I adore. I’m really happy with her work and always looking forward to see what she does next.  You can check out her blog, and her store for more of her work.

Rees Artwork (4) Rees Artwork (5) Rees Artwork (2) Rees Artwork (3)

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Featured Artist: Liza Corbett

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Featured Artist: Liza Corbett

This week’s featured artist is illustrator and painter Liza Corbett who currently resides in New York. Her subject matter is usually women who seem out of the darker side of the 19th century during the more pagan and occult period of American history. It’s no surprise that she cites the Summer-Land as inspiration of her work.  I’ve been memorized by her work and love the looming atmosphere. I have one of her dolls and everything about her work whether it’s her dolls or water colors or sketches has this brilliantly crafted atmosphere and you can image the story behind it. It’s fun to get lost in her work and get swept up in the world she’s created. Check out some of her work below as well as links on where to find her.

Liza Corbett (website)
Society6 (prints)
Facebook (updates)
Etsy(prints and dolls)

*all artwork shown in this post are the property of and copyrighted to Liza Corbett
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Featured Artist: Agnes-Cecile

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Featured Artist: Agnes-Cecile

This week I wanted to share the work of Italian painter Silvia Pelissero who goes by the name of Anges-Cecile. She is a self-taught painter that creates wonderful water color portraits. To be honest I’ve never been super fond of water color paintings until recently and she is one of the painters that have really changed my mind on the medium. I love how she uses it in her paintings epically the delicate dripping. Her technique is just so sublime and the results really speak for themselves. Evocative female portraits are a very common subject for painters but her work feels very modern and of this time which I enjoy. Her work also reminds me of the new fade of getting tattoos that look water colored with her very subtle ‘coloring outside the lines’. I could easy see her work hanging in an art gallery or a skate shop and I think this versatility will serve her well. Not to mention her color pallet, I especially enjoy her pieces that have just an absolute rainbow of colors. Check out some of her work below as well as links on where you can find her!

Agnes-Cecile (website)
Society6 (prints)
Bigcartel (originals)
Facebook (updates)
DeviantArt (blog)

*all artwork shown in this post are the property of and copyrighted to Silvia Pelissero

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