Ernie Echols is a very talented fine artist, currently living in Colorado. His stunning portfolio is inspired by the beautiful nature and wildlife; it expresses his adventurous attempt to capture wonderful scenes, amazing colors and unique expressions in the faces of wildlife. Ernie has also developed a unique style of digital painting with beautiful strokes and textures that immediately catch the viewers’ attention. Today, I’m happy to present his interesting interview and his award-winning work “Reflection” in the “Artist of the week XII Reflection” contest.
Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ Patrick Jacquet is a very talented professional photographer from ‘Pays de Gex’ French area, on the Swiss border close to Geneva. He is also the president of the French photographic association ‘Mise Au Point’, which covers local events and provides photo coaching. Patrick is specialized in panoramic views combining both photo stitching and HDR (High Dynamic Range) techniques. In his stunning portfolio, one can find beautiful and excellent captures with high resolution and quality that allow very large prints. Today, I’m happy to present his important story behind his stunning work “Path of No Return“. Hard times … Continue reading The Story Behind – Path of no return by Patrick Jacquet
Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ Daniel Furon is a very talented commercial photographer from France, currently living in San Francisco. His wonderful portfolio covers a lot of regions and subjects including cityscapes, landscapes, environmental images, portraits, people in action, magazine cover work, nature, and represents a lifetime of work. Today, I’m very happy and honoured to present his interesting interview and his absolutely stunning and award-winning work “Tree Fern in the Stairs“ By jwp. Would you like to tell us few words about your winning artwork for introduction. Daniel. This staircase is one of several inside a line of 5 or 6 hi-rises called Embarcadero Center … Continue reading Artist of the week. An interview with the commercial photographer Daniel Furon
Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ Today I’m happy to present the interview of Joe Burgess, a very talented artist from Utah and the winner of the “Artist of the week X Surreal” contest with his stunning artworks “Control” and “I see you“. His portfolio is full of wonderful artworks, impressive surreal drawings, beautiful portraits and intriguing abstracts. What urges Joe to create, it’s a rekindled fascination with pulling an image out of nothingness and his excitement to see where it will take him. By jwp. Would you like to tell us few words about yourself and your life as an artist for introduction. Joe. I’m … Continue reading Artist of the week. An interview with the artist Joe Burgess
Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ This week starts with an abstract mood. Today I’m happy to present the interview of the full-time artist Kevin Hunt and his award-winning artwork “Brief Passion“. He was the first prize winner in the “Artist of week IX – Abstract” contest. Kevin, currently living and working in Ontario of Canada, has this vital relationship with art. Creation for him is a kind of everyday necessity and his portfolio, full of colorful abstracts and intriguing photographs, expresses his original and innovative artistic view. By jwp. Would you like to tell us few words about yourself and your life … Continue reading Artist of the week. An interview with the artist Kevin Hunt
Cathy Kovarik is the other first place winner of the “Artist of the Week VIII [In bloom]” contest with her wonderful work “Painted Pansies” and a talented photographer currently living in NY. Her stunning portfolio, full of colors, flowers and serene landscapes, brings two words firstly in mind: romanticism and lyricism. And, all her compositions and photo treatment force you to this direction: not only to see but also feel to her perspective. Today, I’m happy to present her sincere point of view.
Today FAWbyJWP blog hosts the interview of Nina Stavlund, one of the three winners in the “Artist of week VIII – In bloom” contest and her award-winning photograph “Showy Lady’s Slipper“. Nina is a professional photographer from Norway, currently living in Canada. I would say that her photography is impressive and adventurous, like her path in life. But, of course, it’s more of that; it’s about capturing the stunning beauties of nature and wildlife, conquering exotic places, like Antarctic, Africa, Costa Rica, etc., highlighting with her unique photographic eye the remarkable and the timeless of the moment. I hope you enjoy reading as much as I did.
The week starts with the interesting interview of the winner of the seventh contest for the “Artist of the week”, Pamela Saramandif and her wonderful work “Mysterious attraction”. Pamela is from the island of Mauritius. With studies in Fine Arts and experience in teaching and interior design, she is now a full-time painter. Her fabulous mixed-media artworks explore the countless possibilities of textures and techniques, using elegant abstract themes from nature and other inspirational sources.
As the “Artist of the week” contest continues its interesting route, more and more talented artists are revealed. The winner of the sixth week (VI) is a gifted artist from Florida, Judy Hall-Folde with her stunning winning work “The other side of daisy”. Judy is experimenting in many artistic fields, but mostly in photography, always seeking a capture of beauty and perfection in every theme of her work. Today, I’m very happy to present her interesting interview.
Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ This week starts with the interesting interview of Bretislav Stejskal, a self-taught painter from Czech, who currently lives in Ireland. Bretislav is one of the two winners in the contest for the “Artist of the previous week” with the wonderful artwork “Girl with horses“. His work is perfect in performance, details and colors, combining classical with surreal themes that leave no one unmoved. Yet, I think the most impressive in his work is the medium he uses; with his color pencils and his gifted ability can transform any white canvas to a gorgeous painting. The result is so realistic, vivid … Continue reading Artist of the week III – an interview with the artist Bretislav Stejskal
Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ Today I’m happy to share with you the interview of Miro Gradinscak, the other winner in the second contest for the “Artist of the week”, and present his winning drawing “Don’t panic”. Miro is a textile designer and a talented self-taught artist from Croatia, whose drawings I think that belong in this awesome category of “How can he do this?” They are so detailed, vivid and perfect that in the first sight you think they are photographs – or, at least I thought it. And, then you read under the title the word drawing and you say, “Wow! That’s amazing!” … Continue reading Artist of the week II – An interview with the artist Miro Gradinscak
Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ The second contest of the “Artist of the week” was full of interesting participations and surprises, as we had again two talented winners and three (yes, three !) winning artworks. Linda Dunbar, a talented painter who lives in Tulsa, is the one of the two winners. She participated in the contest with her two works, “The Blue Birds” and “Pansies in copper pot”, and both her paintings gathered the same votes with the drawing of the other winner, Miro Gradinscak. Today, we will meet Linda Dunbar, who I think she is the perfect example that talent and … Continue reading Artist of the week II – an interview with the painter Linda Dunbar