David Kroll is a still life and landscape painter with studios on Vashon Island in Washington State and in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. He paints personal refuges in the form of still lives and imagined landscapes - places to visit for solace, meditation and sanctuary. Just beautiful!
Check out the whimsical and lovely work of Katie Daisy.
From her website:
Katie Daisy was raised by the birds and warm breezes of small-town Lindenwood, Illinois, brought up among the other wildflowers with roots planted deeply in the natural world.
She found her voice and honed her skills at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, graduating in 2009 and subsequently beginning an adventurous career as a freelance illustrator. She sells high-quality prints through her website & Etsy shop, and has licensed her work for a wide-reaching variety of products. Working in watercolor and acrylic paint as well as mixed media materials, Katie strives to capture the magic and beauty of a life lived in harmony with nature.
Katie currently lives and works in a quiet cabin beneath the warm sun and old-growth pines of the Pacific Northwest, along with her husband, Eli, and baby, Finn. She carries the prairie with her, seeking to experience and reveal ever-more fully the wonders of the natural world, to savor the simple joys of life, and to help others do the same. ♥
Artist, illustrator, and designer Lisa Ericson paints hyperrealistic images of imaginary animals, hybrids that intertwine species. Her newest series focuses on the fish and sea creatures.
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