10 artists whose work I like.

Judy Villett works in textiles. When I walked into her small studio I thought at first I was looking at paintings. When I realised they were fabric I was first disappointed but I couldn’t take my eyes off them. Beautiful work and something I can’t imagine doing.

http://www.judyvillett.com/JudyVillett/Welcome.html

 

I like David Langevin’s work. He has a great article on his site about the permanence of acrylics.

http://davidlangevin.com/

 

Will Enn’s grapes are beautiful. He creates them digitally then prints them. This is not a slight. I’ve done work on the computer and I like it. But paint on board or canvas is different, there is something about it that I find fulfilling and I don’t have to worry about print resolution.

http://www.members.shaw.ca/willenns/index.htm

 

The colours are wonderful. Whimsical and free I think I would enjoy painting them.

http://www.johnferrie.com/

 

Beautiful. Her waves are exquisite.

http://www.irynakharina.com/

 

I like her work but sometimes it’s hard to tell reality from painting.

http://www.jennadrobinson.com/#!portfolio/cslz

 

I like her wrought iron and landscapes.

http://www.janicesich.com/paintings.html

 

Beautiful.

http://otooleart.com/

 

I like his work. It’s probably the colours he uses that really draw me. However I disagree with the way some galleries market ‘Gicleé’ images. Gicleé is simply a high quality archival inkjet print. I don’t know how you can do original Gicleé unless the work is digital and then printed on a Gicleé printer. Gicleé is just a brand name.

http://www.brentheighton.com/gallery/originals/

 

I love to look at watercolour. I can’t do it but I love to look.

http://www.westcoastwatercolour.com/index.htm

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