Drawing by Karan Shrestha
My name is Karan Shrestha and I’m from Nepal, Asia. I am a student studying Bachelors in IT.
Art is an important part of my daily life whenever I find a pencil pen or even a piece of burned piece of wood. I start to draw anything that pops up in my mind.
Billie looking at you
I love to draw, paint, print, and make jewellery. I am always striving to be better at drawing and painting. Better compositions and better representations. Realistic.
I was born in 1971 in Novosibirsk, Russia. I graduated from the Novosibirsk State Technical University, but took another path to my specialisation. So it happen, all my adult life I have been doing interior design. I was studying painting at an art school and taking private lessons from an art teacher of Siberian Academy of Architecture.
Artwork by Dennis Rose
I am a retired Information Technology Project Manager who finally has time to explore and enjoy art! I’ve been doodling and drawing ever since I was old enough to hold a crayon and over the years have learned most of my skills from books on art.
For me, art has become the Great Escape, allowing me to put aside day to day chores and problems and focus on something really enjoyable.
Drawing is the meaning of my life. I draw in pencil and watercolor. The vivid colors make my like brighter.
Drawing by Sue Marie
Hello there, I’m Sue, and I am currently a college student studying art.
To me, art is a careful cooperation of acquired skill and personal expression. Throughout my life, I’ve always felt a strong need to create artwork, both for the sheer fun of it, but also because I wanted my ability to improve. It wasn’t until college that I realized and ultimately decided that I should strive to make a career of my passion.
She dwells in spring time
I’m an artist who loves to create 24hrs a day. Drawing since the age of 5 and now 50. I see life as a master piece.
Finding my style was discovered when I stopped looking and started feeling.
Drawing by Claudia
I studied art decades ago but after becoming a mom I stopped doing it. My kids are old enough now that they don’t need me as much and I’m running out of time to sharpen my skills.
I missed art tremendously, its a part of me and I cant live without it anymore.
Letters from a Lover
I am a hard working mother of three children. After my husband’s cancer diagnosis I felt as though I needed something positive. Oil pastels have had a special place in my heart since I was a kid.
I left the career I loved in law enforcement and became self employed. Giving up my career was a horrible transition for me. An incomparable loss. Art has taken my mind away from what I have lost and to a new place. A place of joy and laughter. I found a child hidden in the adult. I had no idea that kid was still around.
Something made me start drawing a year ago. I kept at it. I literally burned hundreds of pieces of paper that I hated to every one piece of paper I kept.