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Japanese Oil Paintings of Ethereal Woman Submerged with Nature

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Artist Miho Hirano’s oil paintings communicate a delicate beauty through the use of soft colors and fluid brushstrokes. Featuring ethereal woman and fragments of the natural world, each of Hirano’s paintings emote a melancholic longing that beckons one into her character’s striking fantasy-lands. Her paintings show a fairy-tale that has been infused with culturally significant elements and lingering, beautiful figures.

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Rich and colourful artworks that paint a fascinating picture of American suburbia

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In her ongoing body of work, American artist Celia Reisman loves to create paintings from memory of various residential neighbourhoods in Philadelphia and other locations around the United States. Like the opening scene to a movie, Celia invites us to gaze upon a world of perfect wooden houses, little driveways and blossoming front gardens with immaculate lawns – showing the pride that people take in their own homes.

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GUEST DOODLEWASH: Draw It Like It’s Hot With Koosje Koene

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Doodlewash and watercolor sketch by Koosje Koene Sketchbook Skool of cherries

I’m Koosje Koene and I live in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where I was born and raised (Follow me on Facebook, InstagramTwitter and Pinterest!). I am an artist, an illustrator and an art teacher – not in that particular order. I am obsessed with drawing and share my work on my website, I blog about art and the process of making art, and I teach online courses. I am also the co-founder of Sketchbook Skool, which offers video based online courses and a fantastic community of artists from all around the globe, of all levels and skills.

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Artist Travels The World Painting Doors In Watercolor

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While traveling around the world, it is possible to notice one thing – none of the doors are the same. Sometimes extraordinary, outstanding and mysterious doors often are perceived as an opportunity to get into some kind of magical world. Young artist Viktoria Kravchenko draw watercolours of doors worldwide and reminds that doors can also be artwork.

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