Image Size: 40″ x 24″ Available in Signed & Numbered (Edition size 95) and Artist Proof (Edition size 15). Artist Proof edition is personally hand embellished by the artist. Welcome Home, a giclee reproduction on canvas by Daniel DelOrfano, featuring his trademark red umbrella. Artist Daniel DelOrfano is also available for commissioned paintings. CV Art and Frame has access to a comprehensive collection of artwork by this artist. For additional details, please contact us at phone #: 317-873-2976
Auch hier wieder ein absolutes Farbenbeispiel. Gerade und vor allem die Wolken und der Berg oben. Aber eben auch diese Harmonie zwischen rosa und blau und schwarz. Genau solche Farben und Harmonien meine ich. ♥
This week I did not feel like making anything in my art journal. I pushed through and made a few very average pages. After catching up on all those weeks of Project Life, maybe I was just exhausted. I also became very much into Project Life and my love went right back to that project. Apparently I don’t have enough love for both? T also just got home after a month and a half overseas, so maybe it was that? I wasn’t staying up as late anymore. I was tired. I didn’t want to spend time away from...
The relationship a girl shares with her dog is indescribably special. It’s a wonderful, furever kinda love. And as a girl, with a dog, I’m always looking for ways that’ll capture my relationship through art and design. Poking around the interweb, I found an entire subset of “A Girl and Her Dog” collectibles that are AMAZING! You’re going to want every single one of these.
Rudolph van Empel graduated Cum Laude from the Academie St. Joost, Breda (1976–1981) as a graphic designer. In the mid-nineties, he decided to develop himself further as a visual artist. His international breakthrough came with his series of works entitled World, Moon, Venus (2005–2008). These were first exhibited , in the George Eastman House. Van Empel constructs his works through staged photography, digital enhancement and collage. More
A glance at one of Willian Santiago's many bold and vibrant characters and one can't help but wish they'd come alive - even for a second, just enough to find out a little bit more. Where are they going? Where do they live? What's their favorite song? What inspired their über chic ensembles?! My