Artwork by Victoria Coleman

Victoria Coleman: animal artist, living in the Highley, United Kingdom. Victoria has led a diversely creative life after achieving a degree in metalwork and jewellery she then began a career in the prop making industry where she enjoyed making costume props on Star Wars and Gladiator, fabricating crazy critters at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop in Camden... Continue Reading →

“I Am not medicine” by Dina Farris Appel

"THE TIGER: the tiger as spirit or totem animal can represent personal power and strength. The spirit of the tiger encourages us to be still and listen, and then act with great power, speed and strength! On a real-world note, the tiger is one of the most highly endangered animals on the planet. At the beginning... Continue Reading →

“PINK SAFARI” collection by Sabrina Rupprecht

With her PINK SAFARI collection Sabrina Rupprecht aims to raise awareness of endangered African wildlife, exemplifying the beauty of these majestic species and giving them an opportunity to be praised in the form of art. After spending a year travelling through Southern and East Africa, Rupprecht developed a love for the continent, its fascinating cultures,... Continue Reading →

Lucie Bilodeau

Artist Lucie Bilodeau is a professional and internationally renowned artist who has been painting since 1982. Lucie Bilodeau was born in Montreal, Canada, in May 1967. She now lives with her husband in the United States, in Massachusetts, where she paints full-time. As a child, as soon as she was able to hold a pencil,... Continue Reading →

“Tiger Tiger!” Oil painting by Andrew Schofield

Andrew has a passion for art. He has a distinctive contemporary twist on traditional realism. His attention to detail makes his works unforgettably engrossing. His commission works create lasting memories for his many satisfied clients. He continues to inspire his students to achieve results that they did not think was possible.

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“Chatoyant” by Leah Palmer Preiss

I’d never before experimented with interference colors– in part because they are fairly pricey & I was a little afraid that after one dose, I might develop an expensive new paint addiction. Also, as an illustrator I was taught to avoid reflective materials because they don’t scan well & it’s hard to reproduce their effects... Continue Reading →

Cat Art Show, the world’s most popular biennial art exhibition.

Cat Art Show 3: The Sequel Returns Again will feature more than 100 globally-recognized and emerging artists, including Lola Gil, Travis Louie, Daniel Maidman, Brandi Milne, Marion Peck, Mick Rock, Edel Rodriguez, Mark Ryden, Devon Shimoyama, Tasya Van Ree, Ellen von Unwerth, and Casey Weldon, among others. The Cat Art Show is an homage to... Continue Reading →

Custom cat painting by Anatoli Vanchev

"The communication between man and nature. Creating unconventional forms, which provoke consciousness towards harmony, aesthetics and beauty". (Anatoli Vanchev)

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“Dishevelled” oil on linen 2018 by Megan Ellen MacDonald. Artist: (Toronto, ON, Canada)

What happens when kitsch is inserted into classical art; when the quaint explodes; when we accept that the present is just as susceptible to ideation as the past? Referencing and manipulating techniques from established movements whose once-contemporaneity is so long past that it is romanticized if not forgotten..

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