Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Moth Eaters and Butterfly Kisses... Goldfish too!

Every once in a while I run across an artist that leaves me speechless and actually makes me feel just a little bit intimidated by their talent.

Contrary to how it sounds, this isn't a bad thing. On the
contrary, it's an extremely good thing.

The pieces that these artists create? I could stare at them for hours and hours. They're the kind of pieces that you just never get tired of and never get enough of.

Schin Loong is one of those artists and she painted every single absolutely gorgeous picture in her shop including her own avatar. In fact, I had a really difficult time picking out just -one- piece to show in this blog post!

Her works are beautiful, fantasy inspired pieces. Dreamy and unique, they're highly detailed and show an amount of talent that is nearly enough to make a viewer's heart stutter at the sight of her artwork.

She's been featured in a number of fantasy magazines and she offers not just signed prints in her shop but also bookmarks, postcards and ACEO artist cards as well as custom sizing.

TO VISIT SCHIN LOONG'S SHOP AND BROWSE YOU CAN CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE OR, IF YOU'D RATHER, CLICK RIGHT HERE!

5 comments:

Laura said...

I love art that is beautiful, yet creates emotion. It's wonderful to see someone us chocolates and warm browns, and still get so much richness of color and detail. I am a lover of fantasy art, I wish I had her talent! I make jewelry too! But I am thinking a sales goal will be to buy myself on of her paintings to reward my hard work!!

Thank you for the post, it brightened my day
Lara
Classic Keepsakes

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

Her work DOES look awesome!!!

T @ Poppy Place said...

Absolutely stunning :) T.

The Ash Grove said...

Wow! Speechless? Yes.

shopKCQ said...

Ooooh I looove schin's illustrations as well. The one I'm particularly into right now is her "Geisha by Schin". Beautiful.

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