Jantina Peperkamp is a self-taught artist from Holland, painting incredibly realistic portraits. In her works the final result is established by the energy that arises between the artist and the model. Jantina Peperkamp rather sees herself as an observer who tries to recognize herself in her models to ultimately create a self-portrait. Describing her creative process she explains: ‘A photo shoot takes place. After that a sketch is made, which is very detailed.
Paper maps aren't as common as they used to be, since the advent of various apps and GPS systems we find ourselves relying on more and more during our travels. While this may be the case, artist Ed Fairburn appreciates the craft of cartography and is working to repurpose physical maps as he expands his portfolio. Fairburn combines landscapes with the human figure by expressively exercising his eye for detail and appreciation for natural beauty. "The idea of harmonizing a portrait with a map ...