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Woman Decides To Recreate One Classical Painting Per Day, Does An Awesome Job (30 Pics)

Art might imitate life, but there are some people who absolutely adore doing the opposite and decide to imitate art. In astonishing detail! One of these incredibly creative individuals is Liza Yukhnyova, an artist from Saint Petersburg in Russia, who has recreated famous paintings daily for an entire year.

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I Have Been Painting For The Last 2 Years, And Now I’d Like To Hear What You Think (16 Pics)

Hi everyone, I’d like to share some of my best artwork from 2019/2020.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on it. Tell me how you think I could improve, what you like, what you don’t. What’s boring, what’s unusual? Rip it apart, don’t hold anything back.

I’ve found myself in a bit of a creative hole in the past year; most of my artwork hasn’t turned out to have the mood or style I was hoping for. I’m currently looking back through it all, trying to see how I can improve. I figured you all might spot something I missed.

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35 Times That Artists Upgraded Thrift Store Paintings With Their Paintbrushes And Shared It In The ‘Repaintings’ Online Community

We know how much you love art, illustrations, and paintings, dear Pandas, so we’ve got a treat in store for you today. Say hello to the ‘Repaintings’ subreddit where people from all over the internet share their imaginative creations.

The community isn’t dedicated to just any old paintings, however. No, sirree! The nearly 123k-member-strong online group is meant for repainted secondhand art. People grab a painting from their local thrift shop, garage sale, secondhand store, or even trash bin, bring it home, and add in some awesome new additions with a paintbrush. The results are genuinely cool and we couldn’t wait to share them with you. Remember to upvote the pics that you enjoyed the most.

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This Unique Audiovisual Exhibit Will Let You Experience What It’s Like To Be A Part Of A Van Gogh Painting

The Atelier des Lumières digital art center in Paris has recently launched a new exhibition called Van Gogh, Starry Night – an impressive visual and musical installation, honoring the works on Vincent Van Gogh. Produced by Culturespaces and created by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto, and Massimiliano Siccardi, the exhibition features some of the artist’s most famous works projected onto the art center’s walls by over a hundred projectors and music by composer Luca Longobardi.

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My Girlfriend And I Were So Bored During Lockdown, We Recreated These 18 Famous Paintings

I am a professional photographer. When the quarantine was announced for the first time, the whole world was locked down, so my reservations got canceled and I found myself staying at home with my partner and two cats.

Feeling a bit bored and suffering from a lack of cultural activities, I was looking at art online; I was really inspired by the people and their creativity during the time of world pandemic and lockdown, so I decided to give it a go myself: I recreated classic art by photography using only the things that I could find at home and with the help of my beloved ones. This is what we made!

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My 21 Watercolor Paintings That Capture How The Sun Changes The Atmosphere In Cities

I created several watercolors of cities that show how the sun shines and how it changes the atmosphere of these places. You may see more on my Instagram.

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I Can’t Stop Painting On Damaged, Unplayable Vinyl Records And Converting Trash Into Art

For well over 15 years, I’ve been upcycling damaged and unplayable vinyl records. I’ll keep any records that are in decent shape and use the rest as a canvas. A pushpin through the middle is all that is needed to mount on the wall.

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I Do Light Painting Photography (7 Pics)

OK, so we are a year-in on this pesky pandemic. If you are like me, you search for ways to use your time productively. We’ve watched our fill of Netflix and other streaming services, now it’s time to do something productive!

For me, it is using my insomnia to go out into the night in search of visually compelling compositions. Yup, night! It’s a great time to photograph. It’s quiet, you can focus and in some areas, no bugs! I love the stillness and quiet of the night. You are the only person awake and silly enough to be setting up a tripod at 2:30 am! Embrace the silly! It is rewarding!

My subjects are objects and locations that nobody ever notices during the day because they are often remnants of the machinery of cast-away junk that will spend the rest of its lifespan being absorbed back into the earth.

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I Painted This Painting Inspired By My Granddaughter Who Once Said That When She Opened Her Mouth Owls Flew Out

Having painted my entire life I always self-identified as an artist. Art-making is a spiritual process and I only feel work is successful if I have been able to include a feeling of reverence or spirituality in my work. Creating a work of art is a god-like endeavor.

To transform tubes of paint into an experience for the viewer is truly a magical experience for the creator. Approaching a new work is always a challenge as each piece requires a different approach than the preceding ones. A formula is never possible making me feel like a beginner every day even though I have spent years making art.

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The Flying Machine

The Flying Machine

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Popcorn Colonel3 weeks ago

Beautiful, truly inspiring.1ReplyView more comments#2 

The Nature Of Things

The Nature Of Things

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Bittersweet

Bittersweet

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Popcorn Colonel3 weeks ago

oh! It’s lovely!!!0Reply#4 

Cohabitation

Cohabitation

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Popcorn Colonel3 weeks ago

This one is a bit creepy…0Replyhttps://30e32064a43d32befffb68c77c1ae4fa.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html#5 

Edge Of Paradise

Edge Of Paradise

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Popcorn Colonel3 weeks ago

woah, these are all so amazing.0Reply#6 

The Dinner Party

The Dinner Party

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Popcorn Colonel3 weeks ago(edited)

Love how the lady on the right is just staring into your soul0Reply#7 

Nightly News

Nightly News

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Popcorn Colonel3 weeks ago

Wonderful! <30Reply

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