Weekly Art Update - Issue Number Three

by Brian Scott Hampton August 05, 2014 0 Comments


Peter Westermann detailing a new canvas.



"Back To Life" by Ct Nelson - 
View Ct's Artist Page Here


Mural by Shepa in Lithuania



"Tipper Switch" Matte print by Justin Totemical - Available Here


Painting in progress by Jonathan Solter from Gratifly Music and Arts Festival. 
View Jonathan's Artist Page Here.


E Howard putting the finishing touches on several originals. - View E Howard's Artist Page Here


"Energy Dynamics" Original painting by Peter Westermann and Brian Scott Hampton

20" x 32" mixed media on canvas - Prints Available Here 


Peter Westermann and Brian Scott Hampton spray painting in the studio.


One of our favorite teams Morgan Mandala and Randal Roberts spewing hot fire all over this canvas at Gratifly Music & Arts Festival in Avalon, South Carolina




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