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The Greatest Print, Distorted Paintings     Henrietta Harris is a very talented illustrator  from Auckland, New Zealand. Henrietta paints this skewed series of watercolor portraits with this amazing distortion. The way she attained this interesting style is through an accident where she inadvertently dipped her paintbrush in her coffee. She then perfected this happy accident and turned it into a style. Be sure to check out more skillful renderings of Henrietta over at her main site, here.

The Greatest Print, Distorted Paintings Henrietta Harris is a very talented illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. Henrietta paints this skewed series of watercolor portraits with this amazing distortion. The way she attained this interesting style

Henrietta Harris

Henrietta Harris

Beautiful Digital Portrait Art by Kemi Mai. Kemi Mai is a self-taught artist who paints freehand digitally.

The first and third are cliche but the second is good. This is not particularly an interesting concept to me, but it's ok. dan mountford, double exposure portraits

The first and third are cliche but the second is good. Coming city life and country-side with the human face by Dan Mountford, double exposure portraits.

Nature's Embrace by proxi-mity.deviantart.com on @deviantART  -reminds me of Blue Lily, Lily Blue

rfmmsd: Artist: Joanna Wędrychowska “Nature’s Embrace” Watercolor, Masking Fluid, White Acrylic on Watercolor Paper Girl Reference: Marta Bevacqua Photography

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Interview: 16-Year-Old Artist Dimitra Milan Paints Her Wildest Dreams

Eduardo Dimitra Milan, Paint - watercolour I like how much detail these artworks hold. At first glance they look like realistic portraits, but every time you look again you find something new

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New Zealand illustrator Henrietta Harris is a skilled watercolor artist. This series of portraits expresses everyday sensory interference by way of de.

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"I try to paint the sound of the sea", Maggi Hambling. The World's 12 Most Important Female Painters on…

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I love the watercolor technique that the artist used and the expression of this character really powerful. I like the way that the artist create shadow and light in the painting.

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