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Beautiful jeweler and artist Laurel Burch

Jeweler and artist Laurel Burch in one of her earliest necklaces made ​​from powdered metal and colorful threads. The photo was taken in New York in the early 60s

Jeweler and artist Laurel Burch in one of her earliest necklaces made ​​from powdered metal and colorful threads. The photo was taken in New York in 1971 near her apartment in Nob Hill

Beautiful jeweler and artist Laurel Burch lived in pain all her entire life, suffering more than 100 bone fractures as a result of osteopetrosis, a rare disease of bone fragility. Any push, fall could cause a fracture. In order to pay for housing and food, she was engaged in cooking, cleaning, sitting with the children. She was looking for a stable basis in order to maintain her fragile body. Without work, without money, without a dream she got to the Golden Gate in San Francisco. These were the famous 60th time hippies. Free spirit of hippi penetrated her art, her drawings are a direct reflection of the hippie culture. She described herself this way: “I live within the vivid colors of my imagination … soaring with rainbow feathered birds, racing the desert winds on horseback, wrapped in ancient tribal jewels, dancing with mythical tigers in steamy jungles.”
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American artist Sherry Wolf

Mondrian Girl. Acrylic on Canvas. American artist Sherry Wolf

Mondrian Girl. Acrylic on Canvas. Painting by American artist Sherry Wolf

Painting by American artist Sherry Wolf can be easily mistaken for a photograph. Sherry Wolf was born January 27, 1949 in Pikesville, Baltimore. Sherry Wolf graduated from the Art History department of the University of Maryland. Her recent paintings are featured on the website Artsy.net. This series of paintings features a beautiful model dressed to evoke notable mod trends, standing before familiar allusions to modern art and characteristic motifs of mid-century modernism. They say talented people are talented in everything, Sherry Wolf has been successful at everything she’s tried. Alongside with her painting career, Sherry Wolf has designed jewelry and fashion accessories. The works of a talented artist and fashion designer can be found in the most prestigious collections and her “Artist in the Studio” painting is in the permanent collection at the Albright-Knox Museum.
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Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers

Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers

‘Unlock your wish’ illustration in collaboration with Cartier. Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers

Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers. Beautiful American artist Katie Rodgers was born and grew up in in a suburb of Atlanta, GA. The love for art began for Katie at the age of seven, when her aunt first gave her a set of professional watercolors. Thus Katie started creating her own world of art, nature, and fashion. Her wish was to live in a big city and work as an artist. “Having wishes allows you to aspire and often achieve great things that some may have thought to be impossible”. And now Katie lives in New York city, among her clients – Coach, Kate Spade New York, Valentino, Swarovski, Parker Pens, Olay, Alicia Keys, Lucky Magazine, Nabisco, and Cle de Peau/Shisiedo, Elle, and Glamor Magazine among others.
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Ideal of beauty for Renoir

Artist Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) Portrait of Jeanne Samara. State Museum of Fine Arts named after Pushkin

Artist Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) Portrait of Jeanne Samara. State Museum of Fine Arts named after Pushkin, Moscow

Ideal of beauty for Renoir. “I loved women when even did not know how to walk” – said Pierre-Auguste Renoir. He believed that women bring to the world beauty and joy, and these two phenomena are main in Art. “For me the picture … should always be pleasant, joyful and beautiful, yes – beautiful! In life is enough of boring stuff … I know it is difficult to achieve the recognition that great art can be joyous. ”
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Hyperrealistic speed drawing by Marcello Barenghi

Hyperrealistic speed drawing by Italian artist Marcello Barenghi

Hyperrealistic speed drawing by Italian artist Marcello Barenghi

Hyperrealistic speed drawing by Marcello Barenghi. Italian illustrator and graphic designer Marcello Barenghi was born in 1969 in Milan. He studied at Umberto Boccioni Art School and the School of Applied Arts, then graduated from the Polytechnic University, specializing in Architecture. Marcello Barenghi has been drawing since childhood, the artist remembers 9-year-old himself inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, and trying to reproduce Mona Lisa. At school he started drawing using red pencil and learning the techniques of tempera, watercolors and clay modeling.
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Painting light Lak Buni

Painting light Lak Buni

Divine Light. Painting light Lak Buni

Painting light Lak Buni. Reviews of the exhibitions of the artist, known under the pseudonym Lak Buni are surprisingly similar to each other: all certainly use the words “heat”, “kindness”, “harmony” and, of course, the “light”. Because Lak Buni is often called “artist of light”, indicating thus the main theme, the basic idea of his work. Sometimes the light in his paintings concentrated in dazzling sheaf, becomes spatial, color and light assembling image penetrates the the heart of a viewer. Luminous paintings by Lak Buni present the concept of the soul, the concept of expanded consciousness and spiritual life.
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Japanese illustrator Kinuko Craft

Persephone, formidable, venerable majestic queen of the underworld, who carries into effect the curses of men upon the souls of the dead. Japanese illustrator Kinuko Craft

Persephone, formidable, venerable majestic queen of the underworld, who carries into effect the curses of men upon the souls of the dead. Japanese illustrator Kinuko Craft

Japanese illustrator Kinuko Craft was born in 1940 in Kanazawa, Japan. She graduated from The Kanazawa Municipal College of Fine and Industrial Art in 1962. Kinuko Y. Craft moved to the United States at the age of 24. She continued studying painting at the Art Institute in Chicago. Kinuko Craft worked in Chicago art studios for several years. By the end of the 1970s her work was in high demand and she and she started her successful career as a free-lance illustrator. Japanese-born fantasy artist Kinuko Craft considers herself a story teller. She illustrated book covers of many well known fantasy authors, opera posters, fairy tale books and covers for many national magazines
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