Melanie Biehle Art

So bright!

Enjoy the colourful abstract paintings by Melanie Biehle.

You can also find the artist on Saatchi Art, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Yay!

Here they are other brand new abstract collages from my “Getting Rid Of The Shit” series. The entire collection is available on my Artfinder online gallery only.

Enjoy 🙂

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New collages!

My abstract collage experiments are going on, and “Getting Rid Of The Shit” Series is growing. You can find the entire collection on my Artfinder online gallery, enjoy!

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Another batch!

These are other new abstract collage artworks that I am uploading on my Artfinder online gallery.

The series, called “Getting Rid Of The Shit“, is growing and I am happy to see how this new creative adventure is going on. I hope you will enjoy these new collages too!

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New!

During this summer I am experimenting a little bit with abstract collages, a thing that I always wanted to do and now become a real thing. I am basically doing what I always did, putting abstract forms and lines, but this time not using an existing image as a starting point, but a blank sheet of paper.

The reason why I wanted to do some abstract stuff was also because tons of pens that I have at home cannot be used over a photographic surface, and this got me a little bit frustrated. Since I have so much pens to use, why don’t start to use a different surface?

For this reason is born “Getting Rid Of the Shit Series“, a long sequence of small and medium (and now they are getting big too!) collages composed by geometric and organic forms. As I always do, my life background, what I love and a pinch of subconscious are present in these works too.

I would love to have your opinion about these brand new stuff, I hope to hear from you guys! I will release about 10 pieces per week (if I remember to prepare the posts, ahah), so you can check and see the evolution of these artworks.

Purple Crafts – Mariko Kusumoto

Amazing accessories!

The Japanese designer Mariko Kusumoto creates unique dreamy jewellery. I was particularly intrigued by her fiber creations, where organic forms taken from nature are the main topic of each product.

Her way to manipulate textiles and colours is extremely elegant and delicate. I also love the translucency/transparency combinations of the selected textiles, that give to each piece a very original touch.

Well done!