Paintings have been one of the oldest forms of art. Now, I’m not the most talented person around, and that’s putting it mildly. However, I can appreciate a beautiful painting, whether it’s on canvas, ceramic, walls or paper. With latest advancements in technology, digital renderings have also found a place in our living room and hearts.
As it should, the years the artists have continued to be inspired by world around them. These inspirations sometimes take form of dots and lines in an abstract art, or sometimes they take a life-like form. The digital environment does not hurt art, it just enhances it, as these unique art pieces easily prove.
1. Enchanted Waters (Mixed Media)
Take a trip down a magical wonderland with former Disney artist Joel Payne, who has invented a new medium that illuminates without wall lighting.
2. Starry Night (Digital)
This painting depicts Van Gogh standing, looking up at the night sky in awe, as he draws inspiration for his next work of art.
3. Whitetail Deer- First Spring (Oil on Canvas)
I’m guessing kids don’t want to admit that Bambi’s mother dies; I guess this picture helps them maintain the illusion.
4. Agnus Dei (Oil on canvas)
Who were to believe this grim looking innocent creature is not real, but a painting. Poor little thing.
5. Foggy Morning in Missouri (Digital Art)
I’m not sure what the artist was going for here, but I can appreciate the incredible talent behind it.
6. Osprey On The Branch (Acrylic on Canvas)
The osprey sometimes known as the sea hawk is a fish-eating bird of prey. It has almost come to life in this impressive painting.
7. Annapolis (Oil on Canvas)
Kudos to the mind and hand behind this; I couldn’t even add a single dash of color.
8. Laundry Day (Digital)
A simple line of laundry takes on a special glow in the late afternoon sunlight. Who knew the digital environment could do that to my t-shirt?
9. Jazz Orchestra (Oil On canvas)
These musicians in a New Orleans bar can be seen lost in their love for Jazz.