Thursday, September 21, 2006

Native American Fine Art by Karen Noles

  The Native American Fine Art
of Karen Noles


Karen Noles - "Emergence" - Noles Fine Art
"Emergence"

Native American Fine Art by Karen Noles Karen Noles paintings of Native American Indian children and young women. Updated Tue Sep 12 14:10:05 2006.

http://www.karennoles.com/


 

Juan Pablo Zapata Cornejo - Wildlife ArtTigers by artists: Juan Pablo Zapata Cornejo & Mickey Fl

the Wildlife Art of Juan Pablo Zapata Cornejo


"Expectant" (Expectante) - 2002
Siberian tiger
Original artwork in colored pencil and airbrush


"Friends" (Amigos) - work in progress
Siberian tigers
Original artwork in colored pencil and airbrush

Juan Pablo Zapata Cornejo - Wildlife Artist

Painting with colored pencils and an airbrush, Juan attains intricate detail in his illustrations of mammals, birds and big cats.

http://www.artezapata.com/

 

 

Title: Afternoon Swim Artist and Author: Mickey Flodin

Sample Cover

They also are in danger of being wiped off the planet!!!!!! Ann

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Artist: Dottie Cooper Katz

 Ruby Room - Murals

 

I have a blast doing the murals. I hate heights, so sometimes this can be quite frightening, and I do draw the line... But, having a 360 degree canvas is an addictive challenge for me. I have done several that give you the feeling of walking through the door and being in another place. We all need that from time to time. My kitchen is in the process of being a fun room to be in and not just a kitchen anymore.
Me??? Cook????

A.J. McLean's Suite

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Artist: Dottie Cooper Katz
Click on image to view close-up of walls

This was a huge project since all the wood had to look old, the
inserts in the wainscoating are faux painted to look like marble , the
stones in the wall resemble what is on the pool deck as you look out on to
his backyard, the walls had to look as if they are crumbling and then of
course the scenery that takes you to another place and time. Not to mention
the walls are 12 feet high!!!! and me with a fear of heights. This took
about 3 months to complete.

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Sunday, September 3, 2006

David STRIBBLING's Links of Artists

LINKS

Becky's Wildlife and Fantasy Art - A fine art gallery by artist and web designer, Rebecca Kemp

The Wildlife Art of Steven Harmening - Fellow wildlife artist. Beautifully detailed originals and prints.

Award-winning Tiger resource site including a great collection of photos plus a gallery of Tiger art.

Susan Knowles Jordan - Wildlife Artist. An accomplished artist from the Bar Harbor area, Susan's works come from a deep love of nature that has been an important part of her life in Maine.

Sandra Williams - Wildlife Art. Her acrylic paintings portray nature's fragility as well as its strength to adapt to a changing world.

Gregg Murray - Wildlife and Scratchboard Artist. The essence and beauty of the natural world are captured in exquisite detail by this Florida artist in the scratchboard medium.

Elaine Kantar Williams - African, Animal, Nature and Wildlife Art. Oil paintings rich in vibrant, bold hues capture the interplay and intensity of color and light.

Martin Ridley, Wildlife Artist -view how sketches, preparatory drawings & paintings are developed from initial field encounters

The studio and gallery of Mike Knight NDD ATD FRSA in the small market town of Hay-on-Wye, in the UK, known as the "Town of Books". It nestles in the hills on the English/Welsh border. The gallery displays a collection of landscape paintings, drawings and prints at prices to suit all pockets. The pictures are available from the gallery, by mail order, or the Internet.

Superb wildlife artist. Having spent some time living in Africa, his oils are imbued with the authentic atmosphere of the bush and it's inhabitants.

Artzwild - Unique airbrush paintings of birds, animals, farming landscapes, celtic fairytale art, fantasy art and children's illustrations by canadian artist Joan Pain   Online Art - fascinating look at the art of Jason Morgan who not only shows us his excellent paintings but step-by-step details of how he did them. Much more besides including online shop, CDs and book reviews. If you've ever fancied trying your hand atpainting wildlife art but didn't know where to start, this site is a must.   Jason Morgan - International Wildlife Artist - this site showcases Jason's superb original oils and limited edition prints. See what's currently "on the easel" with the opportunity to buy new originals the moment they are finished.    db Gallery - fine art. Original lithography and reproductions, featuring scenes of African wildlife and nature, by internationally known graphic artist, Dennis Curry. Wildlife 4 Africa - Beautiful pencil drawings and prints by Dale Dongworth, wildlife artist who lives and works in Zimbabwe. Gallery Africa - Gallery Africa is in Cape Town South Africa and specializes in African wildlife art, top South Africa art and African artefacts.

Annabel Greenhalgh - Absolutely stunning landscapes in pastel. Originals, prints cards. Beautifully atmospheric style and some of the best pastel work I've seen.

 Silvana Brunotti Oil Paintings - Landscapes Painting - Artist Painter
Original Oil Paintings by the Contemporary Italian Painter Silvana Brunotti. Pictures of Rome, Italy Landscapes, Still life painting, Watercolors and mixed techiniques.

 Gimena Ferrari Online Gallery - original paintings combining a nice mix of wildlife and other work influenced by astologu and Egyptian culture.   Classical figurative, dance and portrait fine art original oil paintings, pastels and gicle√© prints by Artist Richard Young       input, textarea, select {font-weight: normal; font-size: 11px; color: #525E54; font-family: verdana, arial, geneval, helvetica, helv, sans-serif, monospace;} .txt {font-family: verdana, arial, geneval, helvetica, helv, sans-serif, monospace; font-size: 11px; margin: 0px;} .knap {BORDER-RIGHT: #525E54 1px solid; BORDER-BOTTOM: #525E54 1px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #525E54 1px solid; BORDER-TOP: #525E54 1px solid; HEIGHT: 20px; cursor:hand; background-color:F4FAED;}

Set in the Heart of the Morvan National Park in Burgundy, Camping du Lac and the Chateau of St.Agnan welcome you. A unique holiday for those who love to get away from it all.
Derek Robertson: Paintings and fine art prints of wildlife and the countryside.. Derek Robertson works from his studio in his native Fife and has established a name as one of the country’s foremost wildlife and landscape artists

 

     

 

 

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DAVID STRIBBLING WILDLIFE ART

BIOGRAPHY

I was born in 1955 in Middlesex, England and had an interest in art from
an early age which developed during my school years. Since then I have had 
experience in interior design and electrical retail management and in 1978
moved to Preston, Lancashire (about 35 miles from Liverpool) where I still 
live with my wife and three daughters.
 
I began painting full-time in 1985 and soon realized I had the "knack" of 
creating likenesses of people and animals and fairly quickly established
myself as a portrait painter, supplying pictures to galleries and private
collections world-wide.
 
In 1989, eager to try new things, I began painting a wider diversity of
subject matter including aviation, sporting and wildlife and the subsequent 
acclaim for this work led me to open my own art gallery in Preston. After 
6 years running the gallery I began to feel a little "bogged down" by the
day to day running of the retail side and not spending enough time with 
brush and easel. So in 1996 I closed the gallery and set up a small studio 
in the attic at home and concentrated on doing some serious painting.
 
I have always been asked to produce portraits of peoples pets - cats, dogs
horses etc and it was from this that I began painting other wildlife
subjects, particularly African and the "big cats". I now feel priviliged
to consider myself a "wildlife artist" and never cease to be amazed
amazed and delighted to see the canvas come to life before my eyes.
Subject: New Tiger Painting
 
DAVID STRIBBLING WILDLIFE ART
Hi everyone. I just wanted to show you my latest tiger painting as it will be available for sale at eBay from tonight. I haven't had any paintings on eBay for a while as they keep selling as soon as I put them on the main page of my website.
It's an 18x24" oil painting of a young Siberian Tiger. As usual I can't think of a good title.
 
 
The eBay listings page for anyone interested is:
 

"Sultan", a stunning original oil painting on canvas direct from the studio of David Stribbling, one of the UK's leading wildlife artists and listed at Artprice, the world leader in art market information (see www.artprice.com). Superb study of a young Siberian Tiger. Beautiful detail and colour, the size is 18x24" (unframed). Galleries and collectors on both sides of the Atlantic eagerly await new work by this artist, whose work has been sold through world renowned auction houses Christies (London) and Phillips (Chester) and this is a wonderful opportunity to obtain an ORIGINAL oil painting from one of the top exponents of the genre. Paintings of this quality (when you can get them) are in great demand and don't come along very often. This is not a photo, print or reproduction of any kind - it's an original oil painting, each brush stroke from the hand of the artist, David Stribbling. Buyer to pay $5 shipping by air mail (or £2.50 UK) and I can take US and UK checks or credit cards via PayPal and Bidpay. Please e-mail any queries, thanks.

 For more information please visit The Wildlife Art of David Stribbling .

First Place. Animal paintings (large).

Thank you it's much appreciated. Please click on the logo to see the full list of winners. David

 
 
Although it's been sold I was also really pleased with my latest elephant painting (a larger picture can be linked from the main page at http://www.davidstribbling.com).
 
 
 
 
 
There are also several other "new" paintings that never really got shown before they were sold. These can also be seen on the main page with the elephant.
 
Finally, both Sarah and Rachel have now got brand spanking new websites that put mine to shame although I'm slowly but surely dragging mine into the 21st century and replacing the older images with more recent and relavent ones.
Rachel's new site is at http://www.rachelstribbling.com and Sarah's is (you guessed it) http://www.sarahstribbling.com
 
Thanks for all the emails and comments - they are always most welcome.
 
Take Care,
 
David.