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Cutting Edge Wood Creations
3D Wood Shadow Boxes: hand drawn scenes refined on computer. We hand sand and stain each piece of wood, then precision laser etch and cut. The final work is assembled, glued, hand framed, lacquered.
All paintings are on watercolor paper, with the paint applied in various ways, primarily with a brush but also via an airbrush. Reference images are used, and are photographs taken by the artist.
I work in acrylic paint, on canvas. My female series is based on model sketches that I later deconstruct into a bolder, more confident and colorful interpretation of the pose.
Jackson Junge Studio
Wall mounted paintings with sculpted elements are created using vibrant paints. Both abstract and surreal backgrounds create the setting for hand sculpted elements to be interwoven into the artwork.
Original drawing cut out and collaged with antique/vintage papers. Shading with ink, watercolor washes and colored pencil. Finished with gold leaf. Wood panel substrate.
Martin Fine Art
I cut multiple pieces of dicroic glass and layer mosaic them.I then fuse and slump it into custom molds. I then make a glass “frame” and mount the into a shadowbox effect to create one of a kind work.
Visual design & inspiration for every (h(om)e) begins with hand selected eco-conscious leather remnants. With multi-functional wearing options and daily urban ease. To be at (h(om)e) everywhere you go.
Black and white photographs made using traditional materials and techniques. All images were shot on film with medium format equipment and printed in the darkroom by the artist.
Hammel Horizons, LLC
I do my best to find unique and off the beaten path scenes throughout the world. I do not over-enhance. Prefer my photos to be as organic as possible. I print on aluminum which makes the details pop!
The Austin Artery
I paint with watercolor pigment on Caolin Clay (aka aqua board). I carve into the clay to give my work additional texture. I seal each finished piece with a clear acrylic varnish.
I use a glazing oil paint technique to create immersive spaces. Storytelling is done through a limited color pallet, hierarchy of light, and atmospheric perspective.