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Italian artist Silvia Pelissero, better known as agnes-cecile, uses a mixed media method to produce her stunning watercolor portraits. By incorporating sharp, defining pen strokes with colorful splashes of paint, each piece blurs the lines between figurative and abstract works of art. The artist’s paintings exude their own liveliness with color and movement, as evidenced by the stained remains of multihued watercolors that have trickled down and splattered on the canvas.

Italian artist Silvia Pelissero, better known as agnes-cecile, uses a mixed media method to produce her stunning watercolor portraits. By incorporating sharp, defining pen strokes with colorful splashes of paint, each piece blurs the lines between figurative and abstract works of art. The artist’s paintings exude their own liveliness with color and movement, as evidenced by the stained remains of multihued watercolors that have trickled down and splattered on the canvas.

Saatchi Online Artist: L Verkler; Charcoal, Drawing "Not a Secret"

Saatchi Online Artist: L Verkler; Charcoal, Drawing "Not a Secret"

We’ve been seeing a lot of embroidered art as of late but I must say that so far, I’ve been most impressed by Singaporean artist Izziyana Suhaimi‘s work. I can’t get over how skillfully she is able to incorporate ornate embroidery techniques with her own pencil drawings and watercolors, pushing the boundaries of traditional and popular culture. Simply beautiful.

Izziyana Suhaimi

We’ve been seeing a lot of embroidered art as of late but I must say that so far, I’ve been most impressed by Singaporean artist Izziyana Suhaimi‘s work. I can’t get over how skillfully she is able to incorporate ornate embroidery techniques with her own pencil drawings and watercolors, pushing the boundaries of traditional and popular culture. Simply beautiful.

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In collaboration with stylist Kathi Kauder and photographer Sabrina Theissen, mixed media master Ashkan Honarvar created these mind bending collages for I Love You Magazine. Vanitas symbols are used in combination with elements of fashion and nature to find a balance between life and death.

Ashkan Honarvar

In collaboration with stylist Kathi Kauder and photographer Sabrina Theissen, mixed media master Ashkan Honarvar created these mind bending collages for I Love You Magazine. Vanitas symbols are used in combination with elements of fashion and nature to find a balance between life and death.

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