Archive for November, 2010

Very cool new work from Ben Bonnan

November 12, 2010

See more at Tip Top Gallery. Check out his site Ben Bonnan Prints.

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The Oyster Bar by Jane Kortright

November 12, 2010

See more work at Tip Top Gallery.

Very cool plant illustrations by Samantha Lewis

November 12, 2010

More of Sam’s work at Tip Top Gallery. Check out her blog Pencil Pop.

On of my favorite illustrations, by Sarah Anderson

November 12, 2010

More illustrations by Sarah at Tip Top Gallery. In need of Unicorn Poo?

Amazing photography from Mr. Kevin Hosley

November 12, 2010

See more of Kevin’s photography at Tip Top Gallery.

Funky artwork by Maja Andersen

November 12, 2010

See more of Maja’s work at Tip Top Gallery.

Landscape by Kevin Sisemore

November 12, 2010

See more photography from Kevin at Tip Top Gallery. Check out his Blog Site Under Construction

Two Headed Beast, a collaboration between Chris & MIrna Stubbs

November 12, 2010

Artist Statement: When collaborating, Mirna and Chris try playing to each others strengths. Chris is very methodical and thrives in spending time on fine detail and concept. Mirna is more naive in her approach, creating through spontaneity and efficiency. Though their methods and disciplines are quite different, what motivates them to create twogether is their shared passion for using art as a way of telling stories, their wanting to express a shared idea through their collective skill sets, and their appreciation for each other.

Buy their prints at Tip Top Gallery. Check out their blog Two Headed Beast

Photograph from Nepal by Jason Penrod

November 12, 2010

Artist Statement: I am drawn to the visual drama that unfolds in front of me and ponder subtle meaning in details often overlooked.

See more of Jason’s photography at Tip Top Gallery.

Amazing illustration by Mirna Stubbs

November 12, 2010

Artist Statement: Hello there. I was born in Tuzla, Bosnia where I lived until the war brought me to Berlin. Missing the comfort of my Home Land, I returned 5 years later only to find a home I did not recognize. Ultimately that is what brought me to the States in 1999. Here I realized that I could become the artist I always wanted to be. And so, I did. Although I’m far from reaching my potential and artistic dreams, I feel very lucky and proud to call myself an artist. Art has always been my comfort zone. I liked being “the girl that can draw” vs. “the foreign girl.” It is a universal language. A part of me never left the perfect pre-war childhood, so I still carry a childlike attitude in my drawings. My absolute dream come true would be creating visuals for an animation or movie, designing theater sets, and maybe… someday… opening a school where creativity is everything.

See more work from Mirna at Tip Top Gallery. Check out her blog Two Headed Beast.