Beautiful colors, fascinating abstract design–it’s easy to love the art of Helen Wells.
From her website: “This unique painting is made by adding multiple layers of watercolour paint, and detailing with a pencil and iridescent silver watercolour paint.”
Paste magazine talks about books, and books are art. And this discussion is about Harper Lee and her new book Go Set A Watchman.
There is a lot of controversy about the book, written before To Kill A Mockingbird. The concern is that Harper Lee is not mentally clear enough to make the decision and is (or is not) being manipulated by her lawyer.
Duy Huynh is a Vietnamese artist who paints poignant and beautiful artistic works that illustrate ancient myths, fairy tales and comic books.
He learned to paint as a way to illustrate his own communication struggle when he learned English as an immigrant.
The idea of trust in the above painting is particularly poignant to me.
Munn does several great graphic effects in his posters.
Have a creative weekend!
—-Quinn McDonald is having fun with taxes. It’s almost as much fun as nailing your tongue to the wall.