After a wait of about six weeks, I have now received the canvas version of Isabelle Dermousis’ ‘Sphere Land’, which I bought on behalf of one of the members of this blog.
The long awaited canvas version of ‘Sphere Land’ that was ordered on deviantART for one of our members.
If you like the look of this and you think that something like this would look good on your walls, please take a few minutes to look at our art galleries. If you see something that you like on there, click on the link that takes you to the artist’s page on deviantART, where you can purchase any of their work in a framed canvas format (as seen above). If you encounter any problems, please let me know, and I can easily help you to purchase the exact item that you require.
If any of you would like to exhibit your drawings, paintings or photographs in our gallery, the East Wing is open and waiting to be filled!
I have spent some time now trying to get photomanipulation artwork for our blog from one of my very talented friends on deviantArt and now, after a long wait, I am pleased to be able to offer you a few pieces of work from one of them. Late last night I created a gallery of 15 images made by my Turkish friend Beyza Yildirim, who works in a very dark surrealist style. Please click on the image (right) to be taken to her gallery.
All the artists featured here would very much welcome constructive comments from you and, as you can log in using your Facebook and Twitter accounts, you should have no problem leaving them your thoughts.
Today I have been adding to our galleries in the hope that some of our members and regular readers might be inspired to make contributions of their own.
Sphere Land – one of the new additions to our galleries, courtesy of Isabelle Dermousis.
The observant amongst you will have seen that I have managed to cajole another of my friends on deviantArt into contributing a dozen of her most favourited pieces of artwork to our galleries here on this blog. The lady in question is from Greece, and she produces interesting 3D artwork using a program called Bryce (which I have never used). I recommend that you take a look at her gallery and remember to click on the thumbnails to enlarge the images. If you like what you see, more of her work can be found on deviantArt. I would like to thank Isa, along with Darren, Joe, Mustapha and Nigel for supporting me on this matter.
On a slightly smaller scale, I have been adding more flags to the clip art galleries for you to use as required. If anyone has any ‘requests’ for flags (including heraldic), please let me know and I will see what I can muster.
Please remember that only artwork marked at Creative Commons licensed is available for use by yourselves, all other work belongs to the accredited artists, and their permission must be sought before re-use.