Monday, March 28, 2016

The Art of Brenden Sanborn

Brenden Sanborn is a renowned, award-winning artist whose gift for intertwining vibrant color, exquisite detail and sensuous motion has gained him international acclaim. His passion for evoking emotion and tantalizing the human spirit through artistic expression is evident in his infatuating paintings.

Brenden’s work has been shown in several national art shows, galleries and charity auction events. . . . His work is displayed in private collections internationally, including USA, Canada, France, Italy, Germany, Australia, England, New Zealand, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Egypt, Belgium and Switzerland.

Brenden sells his paintings, prints and cards and accepts commissions on his website and has a presence on Esty and Saatachi Online.


See also the previous posts:
The Art of Wilhelm von Gloeden
The Art of Richard Haines
The Art of John MacConnell
The Art of Leo Rydell Jost
The Art of Jim Ferringer
The Art of Juliusz Lewandowski
The Art of Felix d'Eon
The Art of Herbert List
The Art of Joe Ziolkowski

Friday, March 25, 2016

Tan Lines

Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Hare Portrait

Image: Judy Riddell.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Monday, March 7, 2016


Unlike the rabbit, the hare is solitary and does not dig burrows, but instead lives entirely above ground. It is able to adapt to a variety of habitats and so is one of the most widely distributed land animals in the world.

During the day it rests and sleeps in a form, which it makes by scraping out a shallow depression in the ground, just fitting its body when crouching low. The form may be against a hedge, in short grass, scrub or a ploughed furrow. When lying in its form with ears laid flat, a hare is well-camouflaged.


See also the previous posts:
Life Above Ground
Morning Light XV

Image: "Nesting Hare" by Deborah Sheehy.