Paintings and Graphic Art
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Here we display artwork of any kind. Art from someone's wall or an artist's particular aesthetic vision are welcome. Click on a photo to see the full work and entry.
It is "Circus Blu."
Circus Blu, the story of a woman in a spiritual journey. In your darkest moments sometimes all it takes is a prayer to get you through your next chapter in life. This painting captures the essence of a woman transitioning, growing into her next phase. It is an integral part of my overall work.
I'm a native Puerto Rican born in Ponce and raised in New York City....more
The Day Life Changed for 63455
Acrylic and Cardboard on Resonant Window. 23” x 27”
The forever cupcake is a giant white octopus that lives in the sea of worldview. Every so often, the cupcake scoots into land and gently picks someone from the shore. The person is scooped-up and carried-off into the sea, never to be seen again. No one is quite certain what happens to those carried-off by the cupcake, but no one is bothered by...more
I have no idea who painted this work. I found it at a thrift shop and thought it might like to be rescued. It seems to me to have a hard character, one that signifies difficulty and at the same time moments of beauty and brightness. If you have any idea who painted this piece, please let me know.
"A Place of Comfort" (Lewis Lain)
Acrylic and cardboard on resonant window. 23” x 27”
Often with my paintings, I find I initially dig too deep into their meaning and when I bring the results of this thought to my conversations with 53947, he quickly dismisses them, encouraging a new perspective. A place of comfort is one of those paintings. 53947 sits, six (the orange cat) sits perched on the chair. He leans-in, a question—a...more
“Cranky Pickle Art” consists of colorful, fun and unique original illustrations inside bottle caps re-purposed into jewelry, magnets and pinback buttons. Also, Home décor items feature acrylic and mixed media paintings made from re-purposed discarded media devices, VHS tapes, floppy disks, cassettes and vinyl records, and mini canvases.
At the age of five, Jessica White, AKA Cranky Pickle, began drawing and...more