Edvard Munch Most Famous Paintings - The Scream I was lucky enough to see this on special display at MOMA when the hubby and I took a trip to NYC. BTW, Please Check Out This Artist's work: -- http://universalthroughput.imobileappsys.com/site2/gallery.php
14 Women Artists Whove Changed The Way We Think About Design. 12. Karen Karnes New York City-born Karen Karnes is most famous for her stoneware ceramics, influenced by her training in both Italy and at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. Her earth-colored clay pieces are created using older practices like wood and salt firing. Of her work, she notes: "When I started working, I thought, well, I'm a potter. I want to make pots. I'm making pots. And then when I moved from doing that to…
José Campeche, Puerto Rican painter. Some of his most famous paintings are: the portraits of Ramón de Castro and Miguel A. de Ustáriz, the Virgin of Belen, the Virgin of the Rosary, Saint John the Baptist, the Sacred Family, the Bishop of San Francisco de la Cuerda and the Vision of Saint Anthony. Campeche also excelled in architecture and wood carving; he built the altar of Saint Anne’s church in San Juan and an altar-piece in Hormigueros.
Vincent Van Gogh and the Eiffel Tower were only on this Earth together for one year, 1889 - it's inaugural year - yet artist Aja Kusick thought it would be fun to visualize what the famous artist would've done with such a structure. The project sent her imagination soaring, and these gorgeous works of pop-art are the result:
Ethereal bowls made from the skeletons of maple and other leaves are the latest addition to Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi’s impressive portfolio. While she is most famous for her labor-intensive loom works, Sekimachi creates these sylvan masterpieces by adding Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves, giving them solid form.