Lines and Colors art blog

Month: January 2007

  • Terry Miura

    Terry Miura is an artist who took a path from an illustration career to a dedication to gallery painting. After working in New York for six years creating illustrations for clients like Time, Newsweek, Random House and GRP Records, he transitioned his part-time devotion to painting into a full time pursuit. He returned to California,…

  • Robolus (Roberto Freire)

    Roberto Freire does wonderful caricatures and, as of January 1 of this year, has repurposed his blog, Robolus.com, to be dedicated to his New Year’s resolution to draw and post “A Caricature a Day”. He had my attention immediately when I saw his caricatures done from drawings by the great portrait artist Hans Holbein the…

  • Hakjoon Kang

    I’m constantly surprised and delighted at the growing number of artists, of many diverse genres and approaches to visual arts, who are chronicling some aspect of their work on blogs. As a result we get to see an insider’s look at many creative endeavors that would have been “behind the scenes” before. As a case…

  • Daniel Adel

    Daniel Adel is an illustrator, portrait and gallery artist. He has done editorial illustration for clients like The New Yorker, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Forbes and Esquire, as well as cover art for those publications and others like Newsweek and Time, including the Time Man of the Year cover in 2004. His illustrations…

  • Spectrum 13

    I should have written about this sooner, but I have such a long list of goodies to tell you about that it can take a while to get to a particular one. Spectrum 13 (Amazon link) came out a couple of months ago. This is the latest in the Spectrum yearly collections of contemporary fantastic…

  • Sir Edward John Poynter

    Edward Poynter was a Victorian painter, draughtsman and decorative designer. As a young student he was very impressed by the academic paintings of Frederic Leighton after meeting him in Italy. After returning from his trip to Italy, Poynter studied in London at Leigh’s Academy and the Royal Academy, but was eventually drawn to Paris, where…