I dearly love this painting. Though the shapes are a bit brutal, the painting comes across soft. Quite an accomplishment, not as easy as it looks. And look at the way the artist coaxes the light out of the canvas. Amazing. I'd love to have this work in my collection.
Belinda Marshall via LEIF.
I love the softness of this one. And those colors. Divine.
Above three paintings by Jaime Derringer
Jaime is one of the writers of the popular blog, Design Milk. I've followed Design Milk for a long time, and I am astounded how Jaime's artistic talent has grown. I'm especially jealous of the painting with the large amount of yellow. Wish I'd painted that. Again, it might look simple, but it's not easy. Try to paint with the innocence of a child, it's not easy. It amazes me when an artist can capture that childlike innocence.
Above two paintings by Laura Letchinger
I love the organic shapes in these two works.
Any of these pieces would work well in an industrial loft. I dream of an all white loft and large paintings.
Above two paintings by Cristina B Studio
It fascinates me how Christina was able to produce a light painting, and then almost its antithesis in the dark painting. In both of these works she has successfully captured that childlike quality I described above.