I’ve read about Emily Moore on The Jealous Curator recently and couldn’t resist to visit her page and see more of her work. There are paintings, collages and prints all in similar style and color palette – subtle and airy as the winter time she mostly recreates (or rather snowy time which is all the time in high mountains which are on her paintings/collages).
I couldn’t decide which works to show here, because they are so delicate they look the best in a group – so I included many…
To see more visit artist’s page.
Here is work of another British artist I admire – William Scott. His abstract still lives represent mostly ordinary kitchen objects – frying pans, bowl, plates and simple food, but they have such a strong impact.
William Scott – Brown Still Life
William Scott – Flowers and a Jug
William Scott – Bowl, Eggs and Lemons
William Scott – Orange Still Life
William Scott – Lemons on a Plate
William Scott – Six Open Forms
William Scott – Harbour
You can find above works and many others on williamscott.org and BBC Paintings.
Mila has very creative and tallented mom – Adele Enersen. When Mila was born her mom created little scenes from what she had at home, put sleeping Mila into the scene and snapped a photo. This way she created a lovely book “When my baby dreams”, the second one “When my baby dreams of fairy tales” and inspired parents all over the world to do the same. I wish my sons were such good sleepers as Mila, Adele was very lucky mom!
If you would like to buy Adele’s book or see more beautiful photos visit Adele’s page. You can also buy her books on Amazon.
A little bit out of season, but I like it:
Found on My Modern Met.
Nicolas de Staël – born in 1914 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, living and painting in France, died in 1955 in Antibes, France. He was known for his highly abstract landscape paintings.
Nicolas de Stael – Collines a Agrigente
Nicolas de Stael – La Route d’Uzes
Nicolas de Staël – The Road
Nicolas de Stael – Les Bouteilles
Nicolas de Stael – Le soleil
Nicolas de Stael – Les Martigues