Endre is an artist from Serbia, he paints many subjects and I'm sure in his career he tried all sorts of styles and different ways to express his art, but today I wanted to include him specifically for a reason: I love animals and I've never seen someone paint them as Endre does.
There must be something in his style that catches me off guard, I can't explain it, the figures I see aren't just drawn there they speak to me, they have emotions
Jowita is an architect from Germany, she paints primarily with watercolors on her free time. Among all things I personally think she has a great skill for composing the scene, the sketchbook page and the picture itself. All in one it makes for some gorgeous images to look at.
She usually paints landscapes and likes to do it plein air
Mike is an illustrator and author living in Atlanta. He creates illustrations for children, the funniest cartoons I've seen in a while and is always traveling with a sketchbook. Even tho the subject of his works is almost always a drawing there's so much text in his art, love it.
Mike's works carry a humorous vein hidden under all the pieces that aren't made and meant to be read by kids.
Rita works in Portland as an illustrator and graphic designer, but also likes to travel the world with her sketchbook. She uses art to view, live and communicate the world and let me tell you her paintings are really precise, delicate and sometimes even touching.
I like to watch at some wild landscapes of her and imagine how the place could be if I could feel the weather, listen to nature and smell the air.
Brooke is an illustrator currently based in Portland. She takes complex worlds, makes them easy, turns all of their parts into the cutest possible version, mixes them together and somehow you're now looking at a wonderful piece of art.
She also teaches all of that! Her goal is to take you through the process and make it easy for you, so that you can be able to create a lovely blue T-Rex
Ian is an artist, teacher and urban sketcher from England.
I love the style and the perspective he puts on the sketch, buildings are often bent and super colorful, the attention for details is astonishing and the list goes on and on.. I spend most of the time looking at all the pen lines he uses to describe objects his own way.
Raquel from Portugal is a watercolorist travel sketcher, but be ready because that's just one of many layers. She studied to approach the world of cinema, photography, writing and makeup!
I believe she gets back a lot from all the various studies, ultimately taking the best from each one to make her art even more powerful.
Her main activity right now is being a makeup artist
Juliet is an artist and designer from New Orleans, she paints lots of flowers and enjoys doing so because she likes the freedom they give in the form of infinite shapes and colors.
A thing I'd love you to take a look at is her work in the fabric design area.
Camila is an illustrator and artist based in São Paulo, Brazil. Her art is strongly connected with social and political messages to support and educate people all over the world. She always speaks through a woman voice using gestures and slogans.
The many faces she gives to the women on her works give every lady the chance to identify themselves with the piece and feel represented