Skip to main content

Inspiration - Todd Williams

Todd Williams








"My work can be described as narrative impressionistic fine art. Specializing in oil paint and the Alla Prima approach. This approach allows the art to be fresh and not over worked, keeping the abstract quality and bravado brushstrokes to remain intact.
My goal is for the work to be exciting to the viewer on multiple levels, whether up close, studying details, texture of paint or from a distance, taking in the entire design and the overall harmony of the visual layout.
https://toddwilliamsfineart.com/

..

*The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors and to those who have assigned them. The only objective of this site is to spread and share their works.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Inspiration - [Bruce Pennington]

Bruce Pennington

Bruce Pennington is a British painter, perhaps best known for his science fiction and fantasy novel cover art. Pennington's works have largely featured on the covers of novels of Isaac Asimov, Clark Ashton Smith and Robert A. Heinlein, adopting both science fiction and fantastical themes.















*The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors and to those who have assigned them. The only objective of this site is to spread and share their works.

Black and White Prints - [Society6]

Framed Art Prints & Prints are available through Society6.


Eco-friendly and minimalistic—kind of like a tiny house. The conservation framed art print, sourced from socially and environmentally responsible forests, provides a natural warmth to complement your favorite design. Framed prints available in six sizes, in a walnut, pecan or natural frame color.


You may follow my instagram or the newly created tumblr.

Inspiration - [Hollis Dunlap]

Hollis Dunlap was born in 1977 in Northern Vermont in the USA, and has been painting since the age of 14. After beginning his study of realist painting in high school, he went on to study at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, graduating in 1999 after painting and drawing the figure extensively for four years. While at the Academy, he was the first painter to be awarded First Prize at New York's National Arts Club student exhibition for two consecutive years. Hollis was the recipient of the John Stobart Fellowship, awarded each year to a graduating student in recognition of outstanding work, and he is also a 2 time grantee of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. He has had numerous solo shows in New York, Boston, San Francisco, and Miami, and currently paints and teaches painting in Southeastern CT.








*The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors and to those who have assigned them. The only objective of this site is to spread and …