Saturday evening, who's got nothing better to do than sit for two hours and write a feature
- me! And proud of it! Well, getting inspired is as much of a part of my job than painting and besides, I love getting inspired. But isn't it a little selfish, getting inspired all alone? That's why my better half spoken up and made me to bring another 3 extraordinary artist's to your attention - and more! Scroll to the bottom of this journal for some (I promise, just a few) tips (:P
: This is suppose to be my diary, so I will complain heavily about my bad day and than erase it!
NIDHAL CHAMEKH / France
Stunning, often semi-colored mixture of drawing & painting elements. His pieces posses nearly animal ardency and freedom. I find use of various elements in his figurative styling procreative - definitely a big inspiration.
ANGIE IVER / Germany
Iphigen's illustrations feel like from a different planet. I get captivated by every aspect: rigorous line work, simple but not vague coloring, mood of the figures. I get strongly attracted to the "drama" that her characters are often trapped with, as if it all happens shortly before the storm arrives. In my opinion, this is a gallery to visit.
ZUZANA ZEN / Slovakia
If your day is so black & white and you just can't figure out what to do about it, visit Zuzana's gallery. It's full of (water)color and interesting fantasies, taking place in a dream or reality (depends on how you look at it). Artworks to be found in there are worth a stop (: