Keiko Tanabe captures everyday life, mostly but not only in his beloved hometome, Kyoto, using watercolors. Advertisements
Ray Morimura presents japanese landscapes as a two faced perspective world, creating this stunning compositions.
Chelsea James is a San Francisco based painter who explores landscapes while evoking childhood memories and insinuating more than reproducing interesting landscape atmospheres.
Thom Tenery creates this imaginative universes, exploring unknown landscapes and futuristics enviroments
Mary Whyte. Her astonishing usage of watercolor translates her feelings into paintings, where she portraits living figures of South Carolina.
Grant Haffner creates this stunning series of road paintings, using a wide set of colors, trying to capture speed and a sense of road trip love, kind of like a Dean Moriarty driving on drugs.
Fernanda Uribe uses watercolors to creaty this stunning transparent drawings of the human body.
Clement Morin https://player.vimeo.com/video/124400795?color=c9ff23&title=0&byline=0&portrait=0 One Bright Dot from Clément Morin on Vimeo. Source: behance