Abstract art with a focus on recognizable geometric shapes and grids.
This is abstraction at its purest. No recognizable shapes or objects. Just brilliant form and colour.
Artwork depicting the abstraction of landscapes, the human form, and other real objects.
Art created in the 2.5 x3.5 format of the Artist Trading Card. Think baseball-card sized, but a lot more fun.
Since the dawn of time, artists have painted animals. These are a bit more recent.
Art with a focus on buildings, structures, and other architectural elements.
Pendants, watches, rings, necklaces, and other adornments forged or otherwise made by the artist.
Nudes depicted in an artistic and tasteful manner.
Why settle for just one media? These mix several together in totally unique ways.
Handmade books, altered books, and artist journals.
Art featuring plants and flowers.
Cartoons, anime, fanart, and illustration.
Art created from earthen clays.
Art featuring a composition of materials and objects pasted over a surface. This category includes digital collages.
Work executed primarily with colored pencil
Art created in a Cubist style with a modern twist.
Art created on a computer, smart phone, or other digital input device. NOT for digital photography!
Dolls and doll-accessories, handmade by the artist. Not for paintings or drawings of dolls. Altered dolls welcome!
Art created using graphite, pencil, or ink, as well as studies and concept drawings for larger work.
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