Leather Artistry by Tim Pinkos

Leather Artistry by Tim Pinkos

 

Leather artist Tim Pinkos has long amazed us with his gorgeous works depicting wildlife and nature. This leather flask cover is no different and once more shows Tim’s passion for nature and for his craft. This passion comes to presence every time one looks at one of his new works. The scene on this flask cover shows a male elk making its bugle call while walking the forests alone, surrounded by the transforming colors of autumn. One can almost hear the elk’s call when allowing oneself to be transported into Tim’s imagination. There is no detail missing in Tim’s work, from the intricate carving to the painting and finishing that shows the forest changing into the colors of fall.

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Raymond Koh draws an exceptional pyrographic portrait

Raymond Koh draws an exceptional pyrographic portrait

 

With his intricate and detailed pyrography pictures Raymond Koh definitely shows his love for detail. Viewing his artworks one can also tell his dedication to nature and his ability to capture the beauty within all subjects in his pyrography artwork. We love the easiness and the natural flow that makes it all look easy to do. The clear lines of the beautiful face of the portrayed woman in this wonderful work of art on one hand and the intricate and detailed filigree decoration around it makes a composition that invites the viewer to explore and the eyes to wander among it. We think it’s an exceptional piece of pyrography art.

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Dimitris Kyrgiafinis engraving autumn oaks

Dimitris Kyrgiafinis engraving autumn oaks

 

Living surrounded by nature and getting most of his inspiration from it, glass engraving artist Dimitris Kyrgiafinis presents to us in his latest work his own interpretation of nature’s seasonal changes. The transition from summer’s bright colors to the beautiful color mix that can be found in a most eclectic season. Named by the artist “Autumn at three oaks” it also represents his own idea of people’s feelings towards the beginning of autumn, the beginning of a new era that is beautiful and colorful, yet leading to the rather stripped winter season.

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Pierpaolo Catini sculpainting Leonardo da Vinci

Pierpaolo Catini sculpainting Leonardo da Vinci

 

Artist Pierpaolo Catini is always good for a surprise. As an italian artist who lives in New York these days, he never ceases to amaze with his creations. His naive art paintings always show a lavish use of paint, rich and three dimensional. His art form, he calls it “sculpainting”, a mixture of painting and sculpting is what always surprises us. He uses all sorts of materials to incorporate into his artworks, materials that he finds lying around as well as animal bones to create 3 dimensional depth in his works. We particularily like this sculpting from Pierpaolo, it shows his interpretation of an ancient Leonardo da Vinci self portrait. We think it is really unique!

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Christine Onward paints cheerful tiny villages

Christine Onward paints cheerful tiny villages

 

Motifs in beautiful and rich colors distinguish the beautiful stone paintings of Christine Onward. Christine is an Australian painting artist and by using her typical warm and comforting colors she creates beautiful motifs on ordinary stones which she collects from the beach. We have always liked her stone art a lot. This beautiful collection she recently shared with us in our b2zone artwork collection group shows several tiny village scenes she painted on small collectible rocks. Christine was a featured artist in edition 14 of our b2zone magazine in Gina’s column “Featured artists by Gina”. Her cheerful colors and motifs always create a good mood when viewing them.

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