Paarl ,Western Cape, South Africa fine artist Tertia du Toit #artistaday
The paintings of Tertia du Toit have been described as an uninhibited outpouring of inspiration, life and creativity. Through a lyrical focus on the female figure du Toit evokes a sense of joyous sensuality in life itself. Not cluttered with inpenetrable symbolism her works are a classic invitation to take part in a contemporary ‘joie de vivre”.
So here's a sneek peek at the project finished by one of my two K classes at the Trinity School for their art auction.....oh man is it cute! I may have to go and bid on it myself. :) Or perhaps I should work on one with with my own two children? So how'd we do this you ask? There were like 19 kiddos involved in helping to make this bike super lively! Well, I painted the wood with my favorite black gesso then drew the bike out with chalk. The kids came in groups of three to paint one area…
André Deymonaz, 1946 ~ Impressionist painter
André Deymonaz, French painter, was born in Casablanca, Morocco. The Deymonaz family settled in Provence, located in the south of France. This became an inspiration for Deymonaz, using light to elevate his subject matter contained the intimate moments of everyday French life.
Anselmo Bucci and the Giro d’Italia: a sports commentary by images - Italian Ways
In 1939, Anselmo Bucci participated in the 27th Giro d’Italia. Although he probably would have loved to, he didn’t ride a bike but “competed” his own way, with pencils and brushes. Bucci was an artist, a painter and etcher (Fossombrone, 1887-Monza, 1955) who had studied in Milan’s Brera Academy. He traveled to Paris and returned […]
Katya Gridneva, 1965 ~ Figurative painter
Katya Gridneva [Катя Гриднева] Ukrainian painter, was born in Ukraine. In 1991 started to attend drawing classes in the world renown Academy of Fine Arts in St Petersburg, also known as the Repin Institute from 1993-1999.