Di (Art By Di)
Di is self-taught Canadian artist. Her unique use of acrylic paint evolved through the exploration of using bright solid colors and flowing lines to reduce the endless detail of life into calming, simplistic beauty.
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The wildfowl sculptures I create is to showcase the beauty I see in nature. In doing so I hope other will stop and take notice of nature even if they are in their back yard. It sad to see the decrease in song birds and bees around my little part of the world. Enjoy what we have and please help with conservation.
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“My passion for nature’s beauty, chaos and wonder has lead me to create images that bring to life the spirit of what I see in quiet places, and try to make you feel the awe and the Essence of its Beauty. Life is a miracle – enjoy it, experience it and share it!”
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My goal as an artist is to interpret an organism with love, respect, and fidelity to essence. As a naturalist and wildlife biologist, I want my work to inspire and motivate people to fully appreciate the natural world and work to protect it. Marvel at the beauty of an animal well portrayed, and you can for a moment escape the confusion of modern society and connect with something much bigger and grander.
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One of the best ways we artists have of giving back to the world that inspires us is to donate our artwork and our time. I hope that my paintings have and will continue to raise awareness of the important conservation work we all need to do.
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"I am intrigued by the fleeting balance between strength and fragility in nature. Drawing inspiration from the natural environment I bear witness to the beauty, interdependence, and sanctity of all creation. I seek to share this glory with viewers so that they may also pause and reflect, and feel as if they are here, in the moment.”
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"There is a simplicity to nature, an honest truth. Its residents are complete, moving in a harmony and balance we will never understand."
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Suzanne Barrett Justis
The artist Gustave Courbet once said, "the beautiful is in nature and it is encountered under most diverse forms of reality. Once it is found, it belongs to art, or rather to the artist who discovers it." I have always been enraptured by the natural world and strive to recreate what moves and excites me with my art. I have always been captivated by animals and the many " diverse forms of reality" nature holds. As a kid, I was always drawing something, be it the maple tree in the backyard, our...
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One of the best meditation is to observe the nature around you.
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Welcome to Serena Bates Sculpture. Stories are what define my work, what drive my vision, what inspire my hands...my life.
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Unlike so many investments we make, visual art can freeze in time what may otherwise pass us by, and surrounding oneself with art can provide a much needed refuge, a gently pressed break from the rush of life. A glance at a painting of an expansive sunset, a portrait of an innocent child, an animal captured in it's natural habitat or a fascinating abstract can let us connect to our feelings from that moment in time, providing depth, clarity, excitement or perspective. I believe a scene of...
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In all its forms and styles, the great challenge in Japanese painting consists in rendering the essence of the chosen subject, be it an animal, a tree or a flower. The result is a more intimate and subjective form of art.
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Nansi Bielanski Gallup
The Ocean is my love!!
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I am using single sheets of black paper and scissors to make complex cut images. To me the material and the production process reflects the delicacy and also the fragility of nature. All things are interconnected and interwoven and have an impact on each other. My work discusses the interactions in nature: the eternal flow of life.
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Animals have a right to a place in the world. We as human make up just a small part of the world. Everything is connected and once different species of animals disappear then more and more will follow. Animals do not have a voice, and as an artist I wanted to try and give them a voice through my art. Artists through centuries have been the observers in a society. Art can make a difference, get people thinking, seeing and hopefully changing ways so that animals can keep and improve their...
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"I take great pride that art is created from my love affair with wood. The wild forces of nature produce my material. I have learned not to judge a piece of wood by its exterior appearance, for beneath the surface I can take it anywhere I want just by using my imagination. What I try to achieve with my sculptures is to touch the innermost of human emotions. I am most respectful and caring towards our environment."
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Civilizationignoring the elegies ofEarth.*** Wandering birdsfrom north to south and back,season after seasonmillions of milesno fuelno flagno religion andno borders.Caressing the planetfeathers of fraternity.***If only, if onlyI had the wings of a birdI might from a green tree-topsee peace.
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Carel Brest van Kempen
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Dr Sandra Byland
My artwork reflects the passion and purpose of a lifetime commitment to using my creativity in an effort to serve earth's animals and nature as a good steward and to help ignite compassion and kindness towards all of earth's creatures to others through this effort.
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God has given me an amazing gift, and my passion is to share it with the world.
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Contemporary artists are now much like the ancient cave painters. We are documenting the passing of species at the hand of mankind. While photographers capture the moment in time, painters capture the soul.
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My media varies from acrylics and watercolors to oils and intaglio prints. My style varies from realistic to loose and airy impressionism depending on what best portrays the subject and its environment. My inspiration is first-hand observation in the environment, then study specimens, and finally reference photos. My goal is to capture the essence of the animal's movement, habits and cycle of life.
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The Canadian wilderness has always been a major inspiration for my paintings, drawings and photography. Plein air painting, sketching in watercolour, acrylic or oils I have trekked, camped and rafted throughout Canada. Life drawing is a discipline I have kept through a half century of creating art both illustrative and fine art. I share my love of drawing, painting and sculpting with children and tirelessly support the arts in the City of Kawartha Lakes where my studio sits amidst farms and...
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I'm a portrait artist, working to capture the individual and find his or her story. By setting ourselves so far apart from other animals, we lose our connection to them and the rest of the planet in the process.
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As a self- taught artist, I prefer oil paint on canvas and for the most part triple zero brushes for working on fine detail. Paintings are meticulously rendered from multiple layers of thinly applied paint, and small strokes pick up the preferred natural light. Wild landscape and highly detailed scenes are my subject of choice and I strive to include the viewer in my visual journey and interpretations of the naturel world and human nature.
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I like to share with others the beauty and inspiration that nature brings though its creatures and their surroundings.
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While much of the art of the past has dealt with the glories and follies of humankind, I feel a need to portray nature for its own sake with the hope of promoting value and respect for our unique planet and the varied forms of life with which we share it.
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I am inspired when I see organisms in their natural habitat, as they have been for millions of years. I strive to capture the essence of this inspiration.
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I believe the human mammal has found it increasingly more difficult to move away from our fast evolving & more technological ‘world’, where the environment is badly damaged in our thirst for knowledge, and is neglected to the point of justification & denial. What I strive to do in my portrayal of Nature, is to bring the onlooker into the subject's world using basic human instincts such as pity, without being sentimental, whilst at the same time illustrating a little of the fascinating...
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Ilse de Villiers
Animals have always been my passion & living in South Africa, it would be natural to want to despict our wonderful animals in their natural environment. I am extremely fortunate & blessed to bring these animals alive on canvas with my paints & brushes.
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Self-taught painter in animal art, I perform my work either in watercolor or acrylic, everything depends on my mood or the subject. Art of hyperrealism technique, it requires precision in the smallest details in order to represent the subject as faithfully as possible, such as : anatomy, living environments and behaviors. An important part of the achievement goes through research on the subject: in books, internet, observations in nature and taking photos in order to respect all aspects. The...
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Through my travels I have always been drawn to isolated places. In the past these were physical geographical parts of the world I have experienced. Now I find myself going inward, areas of spiritual and emotional isolation that I find disturbing and facinating. I find recording the former on board or canvas much easier than the latter, but that adds to the attraction.
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Every day it seems, we turn on our media and see pain and strife and ugliness. But that is not the world which we were given. The world we were given is actually extraordinarily ordered and beautiful. My job as an artist is to continually help illuminate that. Every painting I do is defined by that overarching objective. I consider my work to be nothing more than a simple depiction and celebration of the miracles that surround us every day.
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The underlying purpose of creating has to do with why certain objects inspire attention in the first place, or how they might be used to express a concept. The greater connection between object and idea, the more insightful the work will be, the more truth it will reveal, and not just about the thing painted but about the artist as well. It is all about thinking and feeling.
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I was always inspired by nature and its wonderful inhabitants. Every critter has a personality that comes out so loud and clear at times. I think collectors are most interested in my art because they can recognize the familiar or be transported into the unknown but what each and everyone comes out with is a journey into a scene with movement, emotions and peace.
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Agnieszka (Aga) Elliott
“Only when the last of the animals horns, tusks, skin and bones have been sold, will mankind realize that money can never buy back our wildlife." - Paul Oxton
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Jeanne Filler Scott
From a very early age, I have always been fascinated by animals and the natural world. I started drawing at the age of 3, when I sketched the family cat stalking a bird. I enjoy painting and drawing all kinds of creatures, from wolves to insects, as well as plants, nature details and landscapes. I hope my art will inspire the viewer to treat animals and nature with kindness and respect.
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My main reason for painting nature and willdife art is to educate people about the world around them. At the same time you are also learning about the art of watercolor and the goal is to encourgae people to expereince nature through painting. I raise money and awareness through my art also take part in many conersvation projects. Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ, The Raptor Trust and D & R Greenway Land Trust in Princeton NJ have given me many expereinces in conservation and education.
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"I have spent my life studying all manner of wildlife, and continue to strive to portray many different species in 8 different mediums. I hope to inspire and educate the viewer about the wide variety and perilous situation of animals we share our planet with."
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