Original Collection #11 Mixed Media on Canvases, 18'' x 22'' by Meamar
Depicts the starting and ending of stellar evolution.  Mysterious, chaotic, mesmerizing.
PRINT on canvass 30x30 10 limited edition
I don’t Hate Morn­ings, Hels­ing­borg Swe­den 2014
IMG_7039 copy
Square screw
butterfly walk- butterfly By Yasir Mehmood
black AND white
The touch...
Death and Rebirth
In this great universe or in human daily life, creativity is always being valued as an essential quality. Especially, creative artworks may contain eternal values which are the crystallization of life philosophies, cultures or human emotions. Being a graphic designer and a painting artist, I always desire to discover new and interesting for my work as well as for the future. The paintings below are made of colored powder and acrylic powder. It would not be a story to tell if I drew them in the conventional way. In particular, these paintings were drawn on the coated papers of old magazines being put together. Perhaps, you may feel it is interesting because I drew my artworks only using a straw and a hairdryer. Diluted color/acrylic powder is splashed on papers; after that it is directed and blown by straw and hair dryer. This new way of controlling the direction of color powder by this method is quite exciting and unique in my personal opinion.
Bone, Study of Haeckel's Vampyrus
www.galleri-ab.com www.kreativkunst.no
Oliver BuBu Schibli, Mooson, 170cm x 150cm, acrylic on canvas, 2015, http://www.bubucollection.com , https://instagram.com/bubucollectioncom/
Lost Battle aesthetica
acrylic painting "Puzzle"
"Water has no shape, its nature is to flow. If you put it into a vase it will take the shape of the vase. In this cup, it has assumed the shape of the cup. If poured into my cupped hands it will take the shape of the hands. But water has no shape. It is the same with the consciousness, which is subtler than water. It similarly has no form, but it assumes the form of whatever concept it is poured into or identifies with, but it will never be the form. It remains ever its formless nature" . ~ Mooji~
Milos island Greece
Del Piero
Lost in the sea of love
"Princesa" Dog portrait
The Archibald Prize 2013
AGNSW 23rd March - 2nd June 2013
Guy Morgan
Guy Morgan with Peter Pan after retinal detachment
Oil on canvas  184.5 x 184.5cm
giovanni alfano