Maud Vantours was born in 1985 in France.
A graduate from the Parisian school Duperré, Maud follows a Design training with a specialization in textiles and materials research.
Color, material and patterns have an important place in her work, like paper, which became her favorite material.
She sculpts it in 3D layer after layer, by superimposing paper and colors to create inspired patterns in volume.
Maud’s work transcending a simple material and transforming it into a work of art.
Her design creations are original graphics of multicolored and dreamlike landscapes.
Her patience and intricate skills shine in every piece of artwork she creates.
More of Maud Vantour‘s intricate works can be found at http://maudvantours.com/en/.
Edgar Artis is an Armenian fashion illustrator who is using everyday objects and paper cutouts in order to complete his beautiful drawings.
He draws women and in dresses them in something from the real world.
Edgar uses flowers, feathers, burnt paper, fruit and all sorts of other materials to make beautiful dresses.
His illustrations are full of grace, imagination, and playfulness.
These are not just your average fashion designs, but real works of art.
Edgar’s art makes you realize that anything in life can be modeled into a beautiful moment of art.
You can find more of Edgar Artis’s amazing creations at https://www.instagram.com/edgar_artis/.
Jen Stark (1983 -) is a contemporary artist whose majority of work involves creating paper sculptures.
Her artwork mimics intricate patterns and colors found in nature while exploring ideas of replication and infinity.
Stark takes construction or acid-free colored paper and intricately cuts each sheet with an X-acto knife, layering the paper into a topographical landscape of color and bold shapes.
Stark’s works have been inspired by many things around the natural world such as infinity, topographical maps, fractals, designs in nature, microscopic patterns, wormholes and sliced anatomy.
In her own words, “I love thinking about how enormous shapes out in the universe can have the same patterns as tiny microorganisms under a microscope.”
“How geometric shapes and certain spiraling patterns apply to designs in nature big and small.”
More of Jen Stark‘s work can be found at http://www.jenstark.com/.
Crummy Weather Got You Down?
Everybody Loves a Tour of the
There’s more unique, beautiful art to come in 2017 too!
Come On Over!
Snowed in this weekend?
Need a break from writing your novel?
Bored with TV? Radio?
Come take a break at the Sunday Evening Art Gallery!
A number of galleries have recently been updated, bringing you more of the extraordinary art that makes the Gallery a popular stop-by gallery.
Here are a few examples of unusual and fascinating art:
It’s the kind of world you can visit again and again. There are images there for inspiration, for daydreams, and for sharing with friends.
Stay warm — fill a goblet with wine or chocolate milk, put some easy-listening music on in the background, and stroll through the magic of the Sunday Evening Art Gallery.
I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free. ~Michelangelo Buonarroti
More of Bathsheba’s fantastic steel sculptures can be found at http://www.bathsheba.com/
Artists who truly create from the heart leave lasting impressions on our minds and hearts
Sometimes, those memories are mixed with a bit of awe, a bit of amazement
and a bit of fear
Ray Villafane graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1991.
Having a passion for children, he elected for a career in teaching.
After several custom-carved requests from students’ parents, Ray realized he was on to something with his pumpkins and started offering them to local hotels and restaurants.
Ray’s hobby of pumpkin carving exploded after winning the Grand Prize for Food Network’s Outrageous Pumpkin Challenge I and II.
The rest, as the cliché points out, is history.
More of Ray Villafane‘s extraordinary talents can be found at his website