Here's another good reason why I believe Mabel has such a great ability to inspire. On a huge square canvas (probably 1 square meter large), Mable created the welcoming of Spring, once again against a setting in the fields, but this time splattered with vibrant colours that are so reminiscient of the season we are all looking forward to, especially right now, since we are in the heart of winter. Mabel, sos una artista tremenda!!!
Mabel has the ability to take a huge canvas and paint a totally breathtaking landscape which transforms you to a different place, a different time, and lets you forget for a moment the worries of life. Here's another piece, completely different from the one in the previous post, but with the same amount of power to astonish and amaze. Feel the wind in your hair, imagine you're running through the meadow, flushed with life.
Love love love this piece by my fellow art classmate, Mabel. She always creates the most astonishingly ambitious paintings, whether in size, form, or simply the picture she chooses to use. In this case, there are two paintings which form a beautiful weave of lights when placed side by side. Don't you just love how it brightens up your mood and makes it feel almost like Christmas has arrived?
Gracias Mabel por tu inspiración!!! Qué siempres crees cosas espectaculares y hermosas! Besos!!
A long time ago, even before I started getting interested in painting, my brother Ronald already began developing his artistic capabilities. He enrolled into design school at the National Technology University (NTU) in Singapore, and is on his way to finish his degree in graphic design. Yet while he specializes in this field, he also dabbled in painting, and among his first few pieces was this delightful ballerina piece. He also has a website dedicated to his non-painting artwork, RONALD LIM.
I believe I have the most beautiful friends, who somehow always end up being artists' muses. This is a painting of my gorgeous Thai-Chinese friend Sue Ann, who has exotic features and a strong solid character that is as exquisite as her face and background. This was cropped from the original picture she sent to get rid of extra white spaces, but the power captured in this piece is still so breathtakingly beautiful, don't you agree?
Another painting which I found myself unable to tear my eyes away from, was this painting which I saw sitting in Emilce's workshop on the first day I was there. I still don't know if it was Emilce's painting or one of her students, but I am amazed by the beautiful combination of both the cool turquoise tones and the warm orangey-auburn shades that this painting displays. The contrast reminds me of up and down, old and new, modern and traditional, ugly and beautiful. Truly inspirational.