Artists I Like is a collection of works from artists I like! :-)
I also have a blog series on my website that has more in-depth articles or at least a few more pix on a particular artist, you can find it at http://amymarieadams.com/category/art-i-like-artists-i-like/
Australia's Oldest Painter Creates Stunning Works of Aboriginal Art - There are over 380 works in Loongkoonan’s collection, each showcasing the dots of the traditional Aboriginal art that use acrylic paints on canvas and linen.
'Lijster Tussen Bloesem' Jan Mankes c.1912, oil on canvas, 25.5x20.5cm Private Collection 'After the retirement of his father, in 1909, Jan Mankes left Delft for the rustic countryside of Friesland in the north of The Netherlands. Here Mankes had more room for his animals, which were his favourite subject to paint. He worked with small animals like rabbits, goats and mice. However, he specifically loved birds. Owls, crows and the thrush, probably sent to Mankes by his maecenas A.A.M…
This is a headscarf Grayson Perry designed for the British Museum's gift shop entitled 'Friendly Giant': "It shows a map of the British Museum, informed by my personal relationship with the institution" -
Grayson Perry's second tapestry in collaboration with Factum Arte, Maps of Truths and Beliefs. Factum Arte worked with Grayson on all stages of the production of the tapestry which was woven from digital files on a jacquard Loom in Belgium.
Focus on Chinese artist ZHANG DALI and his series. Powerful and highly poetic. ZHANG DALI born 1963 was the first graffiti artist in Beijing in the early Lots of his work focuses on the migrants tough conditions across China