Surrealist painter, Casey Weldon, speaks to my inner (and outer) cat lady. These cute little freaks are just so adorable they make my heart melt and I want to snuggle them. They’re lovable and creepy and display a genuine talent as far as accurately duplicating facial features. The bright worlds surrounding the cats are so… Read More Confessions of a Cat Lady
You may have seen Sheena Liam’s work in a recent Teen Vogue article, or a number of other magazine’s, which covered the artist’s unique embroidery work. A model and artist based in Los Angeles, Liam initially began embroidery as a hobby to pass the time during long work days. Now, these little 5×5 (and occasionally… Read More Textile Tuesday: Sheena Liam
Artist Mandy Cao’s paintings are beautiful and painful, calm and striking, completely surreal and yet very much relatable. I first saw Cao’s painting “Girl and Keeper”, which is the header for this post, a little while ago and immediately saved it and then moved on. But the image stuck with me. It’s sad, serene, familiar,… Read More Based on a True Story
Christian Orrillo is a Peruvian digital artist currently based in Chile, and I am head over heels for his use of super on trend millennial colors. These women are beautiful. Ultra-feminine and more than mildly futuristic his digitally painted and illustrated women are sleek and beautiful. See the rest of Christian Orrillo’s work, and… Read More Digital Beauties
I find these paintings to be very delicate, light, and almost ethereal. While Sanami Shimada doesn’t just paint women, I particularly enjoy her soft use of color and barely-there brush strokes. And those perfectly place drops of gold! See all of Sanami Shimada’s work on her website. All images are the property of Sanami Shimada.
There’s just something about big-eyed cute girls that just lets you know they’re up to something. And isn’t it just so lovely? Julie Filipenko, an emerging artist out of Isreal, has a great talent for creating adorable women that you just instinctively know could beat you up. Brightly colored and delicate, these drawings and acrylic… Read More Julie Filipenko: Bringing Back Girl Power
I have come to accept that the mild existential crisis is a part of life that I cannot avoid. Whether struck by profound sonder or feeling overwhelmed with insignificance in the grand scheme of life, the universe, and everything, these mini-crises strikes myself, and I imagine others, somewhat regularly. If you are currently in the… Read More Magdalena Wywrot: Fleeting and Futile
I am in love with Erin M Riley. This woman is a forced to be reckoned with and I cannot wait to see what direction her artwork moves. Tapestry is a textile art that most would agree is the medium for displaying family history, biblical tales, and detailed botanical works. Porn is decidedly absent from… Read More Weaving Women’s Issues with Erin M. Riley