Erin Armstrong


Lola Berenguer

I found her work from instagram after that I immediately start to search her website to see all the work. I love her clean moderate painting it’s very quite but very inspirational as well. As an ex art major student I tried to draw abstract painting couple of times but it was really difficult to me. I had to think too much to make it simple so eventually it went too far from my first inspiration. I guess I am adequate to draw a decorative way. Here is her website if you guys want to see more click and check! Anyway I will share more work of her! Ciao

Josef Albers

Before googling his name I didn’t know well about him how great guy who advocated for the art and education.

And as a student graduated from Bauhaus for the first he became a member of Bauhaus and he worked as a teacher.

There is one more thing aroused my interest was the relationship with his wife Anni Albers.

Josef’s name leaded me to Josef and Anni Albers foundation and I could have a chance to know them gloriously.

Josef and Anni Albers, they were lifelong artistic adventurers, were among the leading pioneers of twentieth-century modernism.

So long story of them to short, they’ve been a life-adventure partner as well as an peer to comprehend art entire of their life.

How blessed sound it is! Because for me living as an artist I feel necessity of good peer or parter who can stimulate me so I never adhere to one thing so I would carry on my work deepen and broaden. For that aspect of view their life inspired me and I regard them as my role-model.

Here is their website of foundation, if you want to know them more go and check!


Tali Yalonetzki

The way I get the art source is from pinterest.

I can tell I am addicted to any type of beautiful images so when I have free time I go pinterest and explore there.

So I found one of her warm human illustration I’ve immediately started to search for more work and who is the artist.

I found her profile from ‘artfully walls’ and I liked her honest self-introduction so I quoted it.

” My name is Tali Yalonetzki. I was born in 1983 in the Ukraine, but moved with my family to Israel when I was 7.5 years old. I am an artist and freelance illustrator, and had my work published internationally in children’s books and magazines. I’ve been drawing, painting and creating in every which way since I was a little girl. Creativity, to me, is an overflowing energy, a calming and healing expression of life. I’ve channeled this energy into my studies at the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, and graduated in 2009 with a BA in visual communications.

I live in Tel-Aviv, Israel with my partner Elad. I am constantly inspired by the vibrant urban city I live in and the colorful people I meet. Light is a huge inspiration and motivator in all my work, painting frozen moments in everyday life that will become the nostalgic images and heartfelt memories which we all keep in our hearts. I’m a photography enthusiast and love taking pictures of my friends and creating memories of my own. I work with acrylic paints and oil pastels to achieve the nostalgic softness and impressionist style of my paintings. My paintings are reminiscent of a great family album, giving you a glimpse into the moments that make up a person’s life and stay with them. ”