It is so wonderful when an artist chooses your work to reference their creations, and today this great piece of Art is from my friends at Artists and Photographers on Face Book.
Ros Beck, I am honoured you chose my “Multi Coloured Apples” for your project. I also love the way you saw something different in the message it gives to the viewer.
Today’s stunning piece of work titled “”Comparing Apples”, comes from Ros Beck who is an artist in Christchurch, New Zealand. Her images are predominantly Horses and dogs, but here she shows her talent to diversify into other subjects with this piece.
When Roz posted this image in the group one of her comments about the piece, saying “.I love still life… this started as a piece to be donated to the families of a recent mass shooting here in chch, but I ran out of time and sent a 3 horse pour instead, but this says a lot about the human race, we are all just people no matter our colour or beliefs!!”
Thank you so much for choosing my “Dahlia” Heather, the detail is beyond excellent! And for allowing me to showcase it here on my web site.
Today’s stunning piece of work comes from Heather Bergquist who works in the medium of Pyrography. Now I wasn’t sure about what or how that exactly works so for those of you who are wondering it’s ; “the art or technique of decorating wood or leather by burning a design on the surface with a heated metallic point.”
When I asked Heather about it she said, she uses an electronic Razertip Pyrography burning system which consists of a rheostat base and pens that attach with cords. and used several different shading pens for this piece.
Kerry Whiteley, thank you for painting my favourite photo of all my animal images, he was taken at Korat Zoo, where I live and it is a really good one in that the pens are quite open and the animals have a great amount of space to move around in. Very natural looking surroundings and yes we can feed the Giraffes there too!
Well Wow! this is a wonderful painting of the Common Rose butterfly (Pachiiopta aristolochiae). Which is native to Thailand and South East Asia. I took this image when I was living in Nong Khai in the very North of Thailand up by the Laos border, along the Mekong River. I spent my first year there in 2016.