Are you a huge fan of spirit-elevating art? For the better part of five decades, that's been @kinukoycraft_official's creative specialty.
"Violet Rain", for example, is the painterly equivalent of poetry for the eyes, heart and soul.
Flip through all 294 pages of her recently published career-spanning art book, "Visions of Beauty", and you'll kind of feel as though you've died and gone to heaven.
A total of 1,500 copies of her masterpiece are available worldwide - each with a bookmark signed by the artist - so definitely read this article for more info and additional examples of her glorious art:
INSIDE ISSUE 39 // "Despite the light and fun whimsy that distinguishes John Walker’s storytelling, we can’t help but ponder potentially post-apocalyptic curiosities. Could chromosomal aberrations be the reason why so many of the Chicago, Illinois-based artist’s fashion forward dandies have four-fingered ape hands, exposed cervical vertebrae/rib cages/wrist bones and limbless bodies sprouting out of enormously bulbous heart muscle roots?”
Read about @walkerbrushworks and his work in the December issue of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine!
Get your copy at https://store.beautifulbizarre.net/product/issue-39 [link in our profile] or from one of our Stockists worldwide.
So many feelings and thoughts are contained in @ronhicksart’s oil painting ‘The Covering’. Falling more and more for this composition with every single brushstroke: The realm between abstract expressions and intriguing realism is where we feel at home! ✨
Photographer and model @saintthorns with another stunning dark, surreal self-portrait! 🩸 The artist showcases wearable art by @houseofinferno and @mourningofthorns, and we are yet another time enchanted by all this delicacy! Swipe to discover the details. 🖤
The one and only @kehindewiley! His portraits depict “contemporary African-American and African-Diasporic individuals that subvert the hierarchies and conventions of European and American portraiture.” On his website, Kehinde shares further: “Working in the mediums of painting, sculpture, and video, Wiley’s portraits challenge and reorient art-historical narratives, awakening complex sociopolitical issues that many would prefer remain muted.”