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Art and Games

Are you a Charlie Bowater fan? Are you a fan of point and click adventure games? If yes, the we really recommend checking out the recently launched Kickstarter project for Atomhawk’s new game: The Realm. The art is stunning and fans of Charlie Bowater will recognize her work instantly in the character designs.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/995134339/the-realm-game

All graphics are copyright Atomhawk Design

All graphics are copyright Atomhawk Design

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Mydeadpony

Battle Zone

Mydeadpony is a self-taught artist who currently resides in Brussels, Belgium. He says he became an illustrator by chance; this is just what he does. Influenced by fashion, street art, and graffiti, his art blends together images, words, and colour into detailed pictures that invoke all sorts of different emotions. He started posting on Deviantart eleven years ago, but as of 2011, he can be found more often on tumblr. Mydeadpony is a new artist for us an already he’s captured the interest of our customers, and our staff.

There, There, No More Sad Face

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Agnes Cecile – Raw Beauty and Grace

Wake of Herself by Agnes Cecile

Wake of Herself by Agnes Cecile

Born in Italy, Agnes Cecile studied in Rome and continued to hone her skills through experimentation and self-study.  She began posting her works on Deviant Art five years ago and currently has a gallery showing in Rome until 07/04/13.  Her works are new to Apple Art Works and we delighted to have her here as her art is as beautiful as it is mysterious and romantic.

This Thing Called Art... by Agnes Cecile

This Thing Called Art… by Agnes Cecile

To see more of her work, click on her tag under artists.  To watch her paint, click on the video below.

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Lora Zombie’s New Unique and Colourful Images Are Here

Lora Zombie's New Unique and Colourful Images Are Here

Old Man Punk and Violin by Russian Artist Lora Zombie
Check out her tab on the sidebar to see more!

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April 5, 2013 · 9:05 pm

The Power of One

The Power of One

The Power Of One by Banovich

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March 22, 2013 · 7:09 pm

A Picture of Peace – An interview with David M.

David MacLean’s art sometimes begins with him slamming on the brakes and making a U-turn. “I glimpse a scene that gives me a feeling of desire,” he says, “a desire to create.” For 30 years, he painted such scenes with watercolors, oils and acrylics, but he never felt that he sufficiently captured a scene’s tranquility and joy until he discovered a new way of making art that freed him to create any scene he can imagine. “It’s allowed me to create more gratifying art than ever before,” he says.

Silence of the Forest

Silence of the Forest

With computer software, David uses specific parts of the photos he takes to make multi-layered images-much like painting multiple layers on a canvas. With unlimited brush types and color choices, he can create images that have been stuck in his mind for years or more fully capture the essence of natural scene.

After photographing a beautiful scene, David selects which elements in the photo he wants to use as his centerpiece, then sorts through other photos or takes new ones to find reflections, shadows, stationary objects or moving animals to complete the centerpiece. Before he cuts and pastes pieces of photos together, he paints details into each one using Photoshop-softening light on a river or adding color with an atmospheric blue mist. He then merges the completed layers together into a single seamless image and finishes the artwork by adding a few more subtle details, such as yellow leaves floating in the river or golden grass. “There is quite a difference between the scene I start with and the scene I end up with,” David says, “but I build on the essence of original.”

Quiet Joy

Quiet Joy

Although he now uses modern technology to create his art, David still follows the same artistic principles as he has for the last three decades. Drawing on his long experience as a traditional painter, he says, “It takes three elements to create a piece of art: light, color and shadow-and the more color, the better.”  Each layer of vibrant color lends his images of landscapes, seascapes, gardens and home interiors a heightened sense of tranquility.

–          A Picture of Peace by Elaine K. Phillips, Romantic Homes Magazine.

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And the Beat Goes On – new pictures by Manuel Rebollo

And the Beat Goes On - new pictures by Manuel Robello

Rock and Roll – Manuel Rebollo

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March 16, 2013 · 7:24 pm

Looking for a Little Attitude in Your Art? Try Alex Cherry

Looking for a Little Attitude in Your Art?  Try Alex Cherry

We have great new pieces by Alex Cherry

The latest – Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe

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March 13, 2013 · 9:15 pm

New Artist – Agnes Cecile comes to Apple Art Works

New Artist - Agnes Cecile comes to Apple Art Works

Check out the beautiful artistry, rhythm, and color of the works of Agnes Cecile.

Shown piece – Memory

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March 7, 2013 · 6:47 pm

Pie In the Sky by Berman

Pie In The Sky

Pie In The Sky

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