Paintedways Artisan - Fashion, Travel, Design, Interiors, Resin, Ink, Acrylics and Mixed Media. Working with local communities donations and commission pieces. Currently working from beautiful Puerto Rico.
Location: Dorado, Puerto Rico
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Lucy Engels (@skinnymalinkyquilts)
Artist, Quilter, Designer, Printmaker
Abigail McCallum (@mccallumabigail)
Oil Painting, SSF, CA
Reninca Van den Broeck (@renincavandenbroeck)
Art director en full time artist. You can follow me and my art on my professional Facebook page and Instagram "Reninca Van den Broeck". Thanks a lot for my hundreds of fans.
No. No. No. No. No. (@fivetimesno)
Beauty or GTFO
Soong Reader (@qchip)
C.E. SCHREIN (@schreince)
Painter, Illustrator and Designer.
Neurotic mess? Check. Habitual fuck up? Check. Halfway decent person? Probably.
Camila Anaïs (@camila-anais)
Photographer & Videographer 🌹💫
Analog stuff @mun-lab
A vision of a beautiful, blossoming alt universe of sea creatures and stars. Providence, RI. My artwork is ©Jenny Brown
Barry Quinn (@burr)
Illustrator, musician, maker of things.
Cyril Phan was born in Toulouse, in 1969, of a French mother and a Vietnamese father. His childhood was spent first in Vietnam, then in the South of France. At 14, he moved with his mother to Brazzaville, in the Democratic Republic of Congo—hence his signature, Kongo. Four years later he returned to France, where he settled in the greater Paris area, despite living and working between Paris, Hong Kong and Guadeloupe. The same diverse cultural influences that helped forge his identity and artistic style have made him a man at ease on every continent.
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
Current header by @biosfear
Follow the Ello Blog to meet rad new Ello'ers, get updates from the Ello team, and hear about exclusive Artist Invites and giveaways.
Jorge Rivera Cardona (@jorgeriveracardona)
BFA From the School of Fine Arts of Puerto Rico, Studies in the sociology field, from University of Puerto Rico and A MFA in Museum Studies from The Caribbean University. Mr. Rivera has been working since 1998 till present in various ways. From painting to public interventions and site specific works. with the common theme that ties everything together which is that way in which he approaches any of his projects. He assumes the role not just of an artist but more so as a socio=anthropologist of contemporary culture and the daily life.
“From inside the belly of the beast there is nothing to fear for it is no more than mere blood and guts”.