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Flower Portraits by Jessica Watts

The grey Dutch weather we’re having today leaves me craving for color. ..Something to remind me that we’re heading towards spring. Then I remembered stumbling upon Jessica Watts’s gorgeous, one of a kind paintings some time ago. Ladies with flowers, floral patterns, more flowers and the occasional budgie and parrot. And incredibly lush color combinations… Yes. I’m going to look at these paintings all day long!

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Painting by Claire Kendall
Painting

Fabulous Flowerheads by Claire Kendall

Elegant poses, fabulous outfits and: flowers for heads. I was super delighted to stumble upon Claire Kendall’s Flowerheads series, which shows playful portraits of beautiful ladies in dresses, boots, jackets and many more fashionable wearables in all kinds of colors and patterns.  The blooming heads and sunny vibes in her lovely works are making me long for Spring so badly!

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Collage by Ani Cuenca
Collage, Mixed Media, Painting

Stunning Floral Collages by Ani Cuenca

My latest crush: stunning, one of a kind collages by artist Ani Cuenca. Made out of lots of different materials such as ink, paint and paper and applied on large wooden panels. If you look at her beautiful work carefully, you will notice how the attached pieces fluently fall over each other, adding an extra dimension to her carefully constructed pieces. Love!

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Painting

Colorful Paintings by Este Macleod

Please excuse the image overload in today’s colorful Sunday post. But it was really hard to share only few out of the countless rich and dazzling works by artist Este Macleod. Aren’t these gorgeous?! Strongly inspired by flora and fauna, each of Este’s work is filled with countless colorful details that together become exciting and harmonious paintings. Love!

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Illustration by Heather Sundquist
Illustration, Painting

Magical Sceneries by Heather Sundquist

There’s something so beautiful and curious about these painted sceneries by Austin based artist Heather Sundquist. Visiting her portfolio got me staring at these single pieces forever. With beautiful colors and vibes that are dreamy and slightly surreal, her works have this calming effect that makes me want to visit these beautiful places, which are illustrated fragments of  Heather’s memories:

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