Spectacular New Painting by Joel Rea 

Joel Rea graduated from Queensland College of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Art. He has exhibited his work in Australia and the United States and has been acclaimed for his oil paintings in many prestigious art awards through out Australia. In the Summer 2013 issue of American magazine Art Business News, Rea is featured as one of thirty artists under the age of thirty who are revolutionizing the world of fine arts. In 2014 Rea was selected as a finalist in the prestigious Sulman Prize held at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and for the second year in a row was selected as a finalist in the 2014 Black Swan Portraiture Prize held in Perth.


How to paint a woman’s face in profile by Michael Lewis Art


Art of Daliah Ammar

Daliah Ammar is a nineteen-year-old Palestinian-American artist based in Chicago. She has  with her colour palette, an ability to depict deep emotions using dramatic lights and shadows on each portrait.

The purpose of Daliah’s work is to transcend the notion of the self and the physicality of paint, resonating from her own vulnerable and personal experiences – as a means of conveying life as it blooms and decays from within.
Expressing that awareness of the self and reflecting to the viewer establishes a relationship between themselves and herself. Daliah’s works are confrontational, yet, intimate and personal – using the painted surface as a trope for the physical and psychological presence between the inner self and external viewer.  Source:designcollector