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Launched in 1913, Vanity Fair helped put the â€œjazzâ€ in the Jazz Age. Its second incarnation, born in 1983, has been held to even higher standards. VF.com offers a sampling of legendary images from both eras.
Inside the lobby of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
Well, I found the best of three worlds. My favorite songwriter (Neil Diamond), my favourite singing performer (Elvis), all wrapped up in a white sweet-sweaty jumpsuit, singing my sweet ol’ favourite song (oh how vain). Add in a few karate moves, and you have a little bit of heaven according to moi! Enjoy!
I found a website through Artnews Blog that linked to a show of 10 artists from the southern California region. Two artists in particular – I just fell in love with their work. When I have more time to dedicate to my art, my goal is to start illustrating scenes with a storyboard and narrative of the art with characters set in the middle of a story or a situation.
Manon Elder’s works are part of the set in a show about an outlaw motorcycle club.
When Manon Elder began painting professionally 20 years ago, she never thought she’d become a biker chick.
Then the Oak Bay artist was best known for her oil-on-canvas portraits of great Canadian women. But she switched gears a few years ago to paint gleaming motorcycles and their leather-clad riders. Read More.