Consider this news fresh out of the oven! Poppy Jane in Australia just told me about her new shop and now all of you are in the know along with me. Original works of art in gouache, ink, and watercolor on wood panels, they sell for around $100 each. I love the fairytale like feel, that lost in the woods vibe in each of her paintings reminding me of the stories I read as a child. Delightful!
(image from poppy jane)
Sion shared with me today some of his new works. I’m a big fan of Ubiki, his new building/house/city artwork is so colorful and simply darling. These colors are dreamy!
* She Always Left The Light On – Dedicated to those who are always there for us.
* Tall Buildings – Whimsical artwork of tall buildings.
* My Village – A western-style take on traditional Chinese folk art.
You can purchase these online right here in case you are interested. Thanks, Sion!
(images from sion lee)
What a lovely way to wrap up the week… I just discovered the fine art photography of Susannah Conway, also known to some as Unravelling, who lives in coastal south west England. She has this ability to create stories through everyday objects that really speak to the viewer, and a real eye for composition, light, color, and beauty. Her photos are very transporting. See for yourself.
It’s a journey worth taking to simply view her Flickr photos and portfolio. I enjoy viewing the world through her lens because it makes me look at the seemingly mundane things around me in a new way. These photos remind me of where I live here in New Hampshire since I’m in the country and of the New England coastline and have inspired me to take my camera out this weekend and head to the shore. Susannah also has an etsy shop if you are interested in owning some of these magical works.
(photography by susannah conway)