Tokio Storefront Watercolor Illustrations telling a Story of the Past Times

Nothing tells a story of one city as its Architecture. Even though Japan is super developed in many ways and modern buildings rise on every corner, old storefronts like these are real gems. When Mateusz Urbanowicz aka. Mattō moved to Tokio years ago he was surprised that he encountered so many old shops still in business. Earthquake ...

Stories told by Leaves – Botanical Paintings by Jess Shepherd

People say that single moment in time can define your entire future. This defining moment for talented artist Jess Shepherd, aka Inky Leaves, happened in July 2014. At the time she felt that the condition of a leaf told her own story and decided to keep it. Painting this scruffy leaf gave birth to special addiction, which later became ...

Expressive Watercolor Portraits conveying Inner World of Women

Mark Twain once said: “What would men be without women? Scarce, sir...mighty scarce.” All of us can agree to that to the full extent. Many artists lean to the female form in their artwork, but being able to capture true emotion of the moment is something else entirely. Delicate yet articulate and strong personalities of women are ...

Angelina Ligomina’s vigorous watercolor animal art on Etsy!

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Our love towards the animals is immeasurable. These beautiful creatures we share our world with have always been great source of inspiration for our art. Painting an animal is one thing, but capturing the emotion, and unveiling secrets of their lives in one single moment in time is something else entirely. Angelina Ligomina's watercolor animal paintings are a ...

Memorable Worlds embodied on Paper – Cartography by Basil, the Scribe

Hey! Yes, I'm talking to you! Would you like to find a hidden treasure? Because I have a map for you. And let me tell you a secret. Map is the treasure! Basil Jackson, aka Basil, the Scribe, an artist, and cartography & calligraphy enthusiast creates immersive maps using dip pens and watercolor. These extraordinary pieces of art often depict very ...

Parallel Univeses born under a tip of a Brush – Surreal Landscapes by Paula Duță

Huge animals carrying entire worlds on their backs while they float through endless space is not a new concept. Such beasts were mentioned in various religions, myths, and fairytales throughout the history of mankind. Although this concept might be as old as humanity itself it seems like artists have never forgotten it, and never will. Paula Duță, artist based ...

Fluidity and Graciousness – Watercolor Ballerinas of Yulia She

Nothing offers bigger freedom than splash of water and beautiful pigment on white paper. In this world of infinite possibilities just a few brush strokes of a painter can make or break entire lives of fictional characters. Much like watercolor ballerinas painted by New Jersey based artist of Russian descent Yulia Shevchenko, aka Yulia She. Captured in singe moment in ...

19th Century Warsaw Architecture trapped between dream and reality – Watercolor by Tytus Brzozowski

These staggering watercolor art pieces you see before you are something only Tytus Brzozowski could conceive. Tytus is an architect and aquarellist from Poland. He adopts architectural elements from the present and the past to reimagine 19th century Warsaw Architecture, from his own perspective. His vision of this beautiful city is very bright and prosperous in his paintings. ...

Drops of Memories – Architectural Watercolor Art by Sunga Park

If you find yourself traveling around Europe, historical landmarks and Architecture will be something you just can't miss. Many of us take photos of these gratifying structures trying to preserve those precious memories. But how many of those photographs can preserve that special atmosphere that gave you that unforgetable fealing when you find yourself wondering ...

Emotional watercolor art connecting us with nature – Interview with Elicia Edijanto

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Many of us are facing number of challenges trough our day. Working hard, getting a good night sleep, and staying in shape are only the essentials. But to keep our strength, health and will to keep going we need to go back to nature from time to time and make that connection with the Earth. Refill our batteries, right? For all ...