Archive for June, 2012
Martina Višnjić is a Croatian artist with a background in both textile and graphic design. She works as a graphic designer and illustrator, citing love, colors and fairy tales as her inspirations.
Martina had always used pencils for her drawings until she attempted the use of watercolor. Surprisingly, she fell in love with the quality of drawings and continued creating artwork with watercolors and ink on paper. To learn more about Martina, please click here.
I found Sara Skogsberg’s work on Pinterest and was immediately drawn to the woodprint nature of her art. Her pieces consistently showed bold strokes as if imprinted by a stamp carefully carved to show these details.
Sara Skosberg just completed three years of art school in Gothenburg, Sweden, and is currently seeking a conservator position. Drawing has always been a passion for Sara since she was four years old, but she didn’t really put much time into it until a few years ago when she decided to pursue her craft full-time.
Sara Roizen is an artist and licensed creative arts therapist. She received a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Masters in Art Therapy from Pratt Institute. Read More
Erin is a self-taught fine art photographer. During a vacation to Northern California as a teenager, she found herself fascinated by her ability to capture her surroundings. She fell in love with photography as a medium and has since learned how to operate cameras and edit photos. She is gradually developing her specialty in nature, landscape, conceptual and self-portrait photos.
A number of Erin’s photographs feature her image or body parts. She says that she uses her own image to convey the conceptual and personal side of the story. According to Erin, including herself in the photo allows her to have better control of the output and seeing the photos come to life.