Today's Date: May, 24, 2013, 07:32 AM Pacific Time
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Ivanova + Milman = IVMAN IVMAN Design - Art & design from the creative duo Irina V. Ivanova and Andre L. Milman The design team of Irina and Andre have been designing together for more than 33 years. In general, Irina draws & paints freehand and Andre prefers digital art. However, it all changes project to project depending upon needs and inspiration at the time. In many cases artwork started by one is finished by another or just created jointly, literally "playing four hands". Both are formally trained industrial designers, born and educated in the former Soviet Union (specialty in fashion/textile design) with 33 years of professional experience each. Irina and Andre have been working for textile and apparel companies in the USA since 1999. Andre's Focus on Digital and both artist's teaching activities allow them to create concepts and designs in various styles and be tuned-in to the newest industry standards. They have been participating in art shows and licensing artwork created in their Miami area studio exclusively via Art Visions Fine art licensing. IVMAN design is a fusion of Irina's and Andre's special gifts and skills derived from working together for 33 years. Thus, the idea of mutual brand came naturally [more]
Lawrie Dignan's Point of View The unique pen and ink pointillism landscape art of Lawrie Dignan beautifully depicts the wonder and the "Changing Reality" of the rugged regions of his native British Columbia (and a few other worldly regions as well). Lawrie Dignan's incredibly vivid imagery contains elements of Linearism, Pointillism & Stippling executed with technical virtuosity and sensitivity to the ever-shifting play of light. His art reminds me of images by Eyvind Earle - in fact Lawrie pays homage to Eyvind as a source of inspiration for his unique style. He likes to describe his work as "Pointillism". But maybe neo-pointillism would be a more appropriate term. Lawrie's bold line work contrasts marvelously with the soft hues of his own special palette of colors, resulting in whimsical, yet inspiring pen and ink images of tree-lined mountains, valleys, and coastlines. “I would like my work to portray a sense of that Changing Reality around and inside of us all,” Lawrie states. Lawrie's contemporary art will do well on many products such as t-shirts, posters, calendars, prints, wall art, tiles, flags, trays, aprons, note cards / greeting cards, gifts bags, personal electronics "skins", or anywhere that colorful and interesting contemporary or art deco [more]
Fine art licensing agency ArtVisions launches completely revamped web site. According to ArtVisions President, Neil Miller, the new design, "...makes it easy to view a lot of art very quickly". Visitors can select a category (style/subject matter) for viewing and quickly see thumbnail images for the [more]
Viki graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in microbiology and worked in research while raising her children. Now she devotes the majority of her time to her first love - painting. She is an alumnus of Gage Art Academy in Seattle, Washington. Viki is a juried member of Northwest Watercolor Society and Watercolor West and on the board of the Artist’s council at the Palm Springs Museum. Viki has exhibited her work in art shows nationally, and has been honored with many awards. She says about painting; “When I am painting I am in a special place where all things are possible and I am in harmony with the universe. I love being in this place and try to visit as often as I can. View my paintings and come along with me on my journey.“ ArtVisions is delighted to represent Viki's art for licensing world-wide. Please visit her ArtVisions licensing gallery [more]
Mark Waller - painter of magic moments. After several years in the workaday world, Mark realized that he was meant to be an artist - he understood that, seemingly just out of reach, is another world. A magical place of insignificant events and places - magic that passes unnoticed in our workaday scramble for survival. The paradox is that these simple events and places have a complexity and power beyond imagination. They can transform our reality. This is the area in which I paint. The world beyond what we see, and what may actually be more "real". For me and viewers of my work, I attempt to be a signpost by documenting and elevating these access points. I am a connoisseur of these moments. The viewing of them reconnects me to this other world. Painting these moments allows me to surrender to ”being”. I wallow in these moments. They are my sanity and solidity. They are the answer. [more]
Raul del Rio describes his painting style as "Modern Primitive" and combines his two main interests: Nature and Latin Heritage. His work has been published in national and international magazines, in books and reproduced in the Gift/Stationery Industry, as well as on Greeting Cards, Posters,and Calendars. His love for vibrant color and passionate design make his work exuberant and distinctive. Raul del Rio's work has been commissioned by and is affiliated with Organizations such as Greenpeace, Earth Island, Conservation International, and National Wildlife Federation. Raul del Rio has worked in the publishing business as an Illustrator, a Designer and as an Art Director and received National awards from the Society of Illustrators. [more]
Artist and designer Andre Milman specializes in the field of digital art with an emphasis on abstract designs. Dr. Milman also holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in industrial design, specializing in textile and apparel design. Past experience includes managing a Fashion House; first as an Art Director and then as Design Center CEO. In addition to being an artist and designer Andre teaches college-level courses on Digital Portfolio for Fashion, Design Basics, Screen Printing Design, Textile and Apparel Design, and Graphic Communications for Fashion at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. [more]
Before becoming a full-time artist, Jeremy Holton held technical management positions for global companies in England and Australia. His paintings are popular with publishers and are used in book covers published by the Australian Broadcasting Commission, Michigan University Press and CD albums. Jeremy's subject matter is mainly landscapes, florals and coastal scenes eloquently capturing the colors and contrasts of Australia. [more]
Ethnic Art by Jaime Olaya Fantastic natural landscapes populated by exotic Latin women similar to those of Rivera, exemplify the striking art of Jaime Olaya. His bold colorful paintings embody his admiration for the inner strength and quiet dignity of Latin American women and for their sensitivity and tenderness. Since moving to the US, Olaya’s art has been published by major publishers, and has been featured in Galleries from Miami to Seattle. This dramatic art enhances some of the best art collections in Colombia and private collections in the US. [more]
New collection by Karen bates, Throdorable Bear is available for licensing. THIS is what we mean when we say "art becoming products". These cute, cuddly little guys are perfect for t-shirts, posters, calendars, prints, wall art, aprons, cards, gifts bags, and "skins" for iphones, ipads and similar personal electronics. [more]
There are five David Kelley Art/Design Collections available for licensing: BY THE SEA COLLECTION I live by the sea on the southern shore of Cape Cod and experience daily its changes and passions throughout the 4 seasons. Its easy to be inspired by the various objects, colors, weather conditions and light changes that the sea offers daily. The images shown in this collection reflect that inspiration which Ive tried to capture to show the playfulness and creative spirit living By The Sea offers the imagination. Much of this work was created with a wide variety of applications in mind such as prints, tiles, aprons, greeting cards, gift bags for a wide variety of decorative uses kids of all ages in the home, office, restaurants and other spaces. CHILDREN'S COLLECTION For some reason, I'm attracted to the broad area of art for children, probably because of the playfulness, color and freedom that indulges one. Having worked on K-12 reading programs and with four children of my own for inspiration may have helped. The images in this collections reflect that inspiration and were created initially just for kids to decorate their rooms with prints, murals and wallpaper, and also for the kitchen and bath. [more]
Characters in these illustrations are little kid cooks - a charming group of little kids who could be playing chefs, or who actually are little chefs busy cooking and enjoying a fun kitchen. The characters depicted in the collection share the same stylistic features and general mannerisms, but display distinct personalities, portrayed in different settings and poses. The style of these illustrations is a fusion of naive simplicity and exquisite sophistication. Cooking environment, kitchen theme, and culinary subject matter are sources of inspiration for this series. This collection is available in various rendering of backgrounds and can be fit into portrait or landscape layouts - the original design is square. These wonderful little kid cooks are appropriate for a variety of products and are illustrated here as a calendar. Follow this link to view the collection of Kid Cooks by Irina V. Ivanova About Irina V. Ivanova Irina currently creates visual art from her studio in Florida, and teaches at the Fashion Design Department of the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Irina is passionate about cooking, kids and fashion, she studied fashion design, earning [more]
The symbolic art created by Laura Sue appeals to both men and women alike. From her creations of the infamous Birds on a Wire to her new series Birds and Books, Laura Sue emphasizes contemporary intelligent art. Her iconic art has been featured on major television network shows including HGTV’s ‘Selling New York’ & ABC’s ‘Better With You’, and of course, can be found in public and private collections and exhibits The high demand for her artwork has inspired her to create unique new techniques that no other can reproduce. Her special techniques result in a style that has gained recognition in both traditional and non-traditional art circles. Laura Sue’s formal art training was at the University of North Dakota. She continued her education in Europe. Now residing in the Nashville, Tennessee area, she has also lived through out the United States studying under her greatest mentor, The Earth. WHAT THEY SAY “Contemporary artist Laura Sue captures imagination with color.” “I saw a horse, then I had an ‘aha’ moment, simply surprising art from Laura Sue.” “Earth driven and symbolic imagery, Laura Sue is an artist to watch.” ArtVisions™ fine art licensing is [more]
Available for licensing - Fine artist and fashion design professional Irina V. Ivanova has just released a series of delightful Fairy images. All images in this unique collection of exquisite paintings are are done in high-fashion style. Irina has agreed to make the series available for licensing exclusively through ArtVisions™ fine art licensing. At the moment there are twelve paintings, all have been professionally scanned, and high-resolution digital files will be available for the lucky licensee. Irina's years of experience as a designer in the fashion industry, first as a leading artist, and later as the art director of a fashion house, gives her a practical appreciation of markets and trends. Her experience and her savvy design sense make her art a sure-fire winner. We think these marvelous images are a natural for notecards/greetings, stationery and other paper products, fine art prints, and a myriad of other products ArtVisions™ is proud to be exclusive licensing agent for Irina V. Ivanova. For more information, or to license art, please use the Contact Form on the ArtVisions.com [more]
Quite frequently, "dots per inch" (dpi) and "pixels per inch" (ppi) are [incorrectly] used interchangeably by people who do not understand the difference between viewing on a monitor ("ppi") and producing a print on paper or some other substrate ("dpi"). In essence, you can "touch" dots, but you can only "see" pixels (for example, when rendered electronically on a [more]
About Lee Peterson Lee says it best in his own words: "My vision of life is a dream and I can use photography to reveal those dreams. My photographic translations can last for years and never seem to be finished. They seem to evolve as I progress... He continues, "My photography can be categorized into many styles; street photography and abstract concepts, travel, nature, commercial and advertising, also highly technical styles where custom lenses or set-ups are required. I love the diversity because I am always learning from new adventures. I like to climb the mountain of creativity. I learned from my father that some mistakes are worth repeating and not to be afraid of trying. It is the process of learning and progress that inspires me the most... I see the world in visual metaphors and moods and through the use of photography record the happiness, sadness, abstraction and concreteness of the world we live on as it hurls in orbit around a star in space. Peace on Earth or the Earth in little pieces." Lee [more]
Canadian artist, Gigi Hoeller is a prolific painter, her varied body of work includes intricate abstracts, multicolored landscapes and eye-catching "macro florals". She says, "The paintings I create are meant to evoke the silence and pure potential within our mind, body and soul."The purpose of her creations are to link, "...the physical with the spiritual, forming a common boundary between solids (the physical) and the spaces that cannot be seen (the spiritual)." Gigi has completed numerous seminars and specialized studies at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design as well as the Studio Art Program at Capilano College. ArtVisions™ fine art licensing is proud to be exclusive licensing agent for Gigi Hoeller. For more information, or to license art, please use the Contact Form on the ArtVisions.com [more]
Guido Borelli Fine Art Guido's romantic impressions of the Italian landscape convey his love of northern Italian seaside villages, cities & towns, houses and villas. Inspired by the play of shadow and light, his dramatic oil paintings bring flowers, trees, clouds, boats and bicycles, or a quiet village street to vibrant life. Guido says that, "I am a true lover of nature and of everything gentle. My landscapes and houses combine reality and imagination. He states that he paints selectively from views stored in his memory, "...with intrinsically personal modifications." Classicaly trained at Accademia Albertina, in Turin, Italy, Guido has exhibited widely in prestegious international venues. Today, his work is highly acclaimed and is in collections worldwide, including those of: former Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan; Michael D. Eisner; Arnold Palmer; Carol Burnett; Lee Iacocca; Henry Kissinger and Oprah Winfrey, just to name a few. [more]
Since graduating with honors from Maryland Institute, College of Art, Karen Bates has enjoyed a successful career as a professional artist. Living and working as a full-time artist in New York City, her kudos include Garment Center recognition for her best selling screen print art. "She really understands what sells, and what the trends will be." Combining award winning creative art with a professional attitude, she is a delight to work with: “I love the entire process and variety of being a freelance artist – from working out the initial concept to putting the finishing touches on a piece." Karen has published greeting cards, wrapping paper, gift bags and magazine illustrations. Her work can also be seen on garments in major department stores throughout the U.S.A. Karen’s art is held in professional collections worldwide. Karen’s artwork can be seen here: Karen [more]
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