“Talent finds a way” is the artistic slant on the famous quote from Jeff Goldblum’s character in the classic movie Jurassic Park. A common thread among artists that CreativeFluff interviews is that regardless if a child has formal creative training, or is forced to cobble together scraps of this and that to build something from … Continue reading An Interview with Picture Perfect Painter, Lauren Elyse
Looking for amazing mixed media art is much akin to being presented with a Christmas stocking full of gifts. Most of them tend to be $5 trinkets bought hurriedly from the corner store at the last minute, but every once in awhile you are pleasantly surprised with what you find. When artist and builder Laura … Continue reading Meet Inspiring Mixed Media Artist, Laura Christensen
“I am an artist of the imaginable. I work with interior narrative, symbol and intention as a way to visually portray the numinous.” This is a very fitting artistic platitude when you get a good look at the psychedelic paintings of visionary artist Stuart Griggs. Griggs is perhaps the best representation of the transcendental artist … Continue reading The Psychedelic Paintings of Stuart Griggs
Alejandra Sáenz is a freelance designer and illustrator based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Browsing through her gallery is like falling into a metal album
Kinda trippy, kinda spooky, Gaia Alari’s work is what Horyon Lee could have been had they not chosen to dedicate their life to bs.
CF is happy to introduce you to twin sisters Anna and Elena Balbusso: a talented, contemporary pair of illustrators who flit between New York City and Milan while creating their work. The duo has been recognized continuously by the Society of Illustrators bringing home more gold medals than a number of Olympian athletes.
If you were to open an art history book and look at any artwork after the Greek and Hellenistic (850 b.c.–31 b.c.) you’ll notice that the he most common recurring subject aside from war, was women. Depictions of women vary from culture to culture and period to period, yet what does not change is the … Continue reading The Uncomfortable Portrayal of Women in Art: Paintings by Hoyron Lee