Sunday, December 28, 2014

The Week Links: 30

Join me every Sunday when I share some of my favorite links I discovered in the previous week.
All previous links can be found here.

And here is Week 30...



This GIF from Bernard Pras is amazing. Thanks to both Wendy Watson and Quinn McDonald for letting me know the artist behind this incredible work.

Loving the work of Anna Schueler, highlighted on ElusiveMu.se.

One artist's process: Rick Stevens in action on The Woven Tale Press.

An artist's idea of peace from Caterina Giglio.

This book on "tips, techniques and trade secrets" of acrylic painting from Gill Barron looks interesting.

Love this brayer background technique from Leandra Franich from PaperArtsy.

Just discovered the intriguing work of Kathy Miller via a post on Tumblr.

Fascinating fabric and food. The worlds of textiles and food collide beautifully for Elizabeth Bunsen.

11 comments:

Roberta said...

Love, love, love that brayer technique!

dorit elisha said...

Thanks Seth for the newest dose of inspiration, as well as the resolutions for the new year.
I got lost while surfing these links and checking the links within etc..Feels like I have been all over the world in the last 30 minutes.
Wishing you a wonderful new year, with fulfillment of your resolutions, artistic or not.

PaperArtsy Rubber Stamps said...

Thanks for linking us up Seth! Great honour!

Cindy Ceroky said...

Seth, thanks so much for Sharing the brayer technique. I think it's very much like yours minus the glazing paints and gesso...so I could attempt this on the wall in my house without worry!!

Carol said...

Loved,loved,loved this weeks links. Ordered the book and off to the studio to try out that brayer technique. Thanks!

Caterina Giglio said...

Thanks for the link again, Seth, oh to be in such great company and on your blog! Happiest New Year to you...

elle said...

Another rabbit hole with lots of side tunnels! I luv the chalky effect with the brayer. Wishing us all that peace that starts within!

Linda M. Cain said...

Leandra's videos are AMAZING! Great to see her linked up here, Seth!

~Linda

Wendy Watson said...

Love these links and I can help with the unknown artist . . . it's Bernard Pras. Here is some more of his work: http://www.boredpanda.com/ferdinand-cheval-portrait-optical-illusion-forced-perspective/

Seth said...

Thanks so much Wendy for sharing the link to Bernard Pras' site. So happy to now know where that wonderful work cam from!

Robert said...

Wow! The Mark Bradford post (#6) is one that I missed. The texture in his work creates a kind of urban beauty that is SO visually captivating!