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Crayon Art by Kristina Nelson

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010


Some artists swear by expensive art supplies, but Kristina Nelson proves that it’s not about the medium, but what you do with it. Using the same crayola crayons they use in kindergarten, she creates lovely and sophisticated works of art that are full of depth and detail. She began experimenting with crayons while she was an elementary teacher in Mexico and later studied with the master crayon artist Don Marco. Unlike Don Marco who’s best known for his crayon portraits, Kristina’s gallery features nature and still life drawings.

Visit Kristina Nelson’s Crayon Art Gallery to see more of her beautiful work.

The Fruit That Ate Itself by mcmerriweather

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

8mil Photo Matte – 8″ x 10″

The Fruit That Ate Itself. This image can be transferred to paper, gator board and wood.

mcmerriweather is a freelance artist and designer based in Chicago, who’s work combines photography, drawing and digital manipulation to create images which she digitally transfers to paper, vinyl, and other mediums.