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Modern Art | Artist Color Palette by Miabo Enyadike

   Modern Art | Artists Color Palette   ARTIST COLOR PALETTE  -  I love vibrant colors, I really do not tint my colors when I'm painting.I paint directly without thinning with water or turpentine. I rarely tone down my colors, I just love them bright.                                                        TULIPS IN A VASE BY MIABO ENYADIKE Since most of my Art is Ink based, I try to maintain the rich tone of the ink and that is the reason I create Art on paper boards, that are slightly glossy and smooth. The richness of the colors and the smooth ivory background that is signature to my work,  gives my Art a very polished photo look.                                           Dress by Miabo Enyadike My palette consist of all the primary colors, which are red, yellow and blue, when you view my Art, they are in dominance of my Art process because I am not afraid to use them in there strength, aligned and nsync with each other, I love that.                          

Emerging Artist Stepheney Kun Artist blog by Miabo Enyadike

  Emerging Artist Stepheney Kun                    Art  is  dynamic, fluid and interpreted in ways unimagined, except by the creator of the Art. Those were my exact thoughts, when I was introduced to Stepheney Kun's Stone art.  Amazed was an understatement, it was more like blown away. Don't  get  me wrong I have seen my fair share of awesome art. Her art is  true to her personality and just exudes her heart. It is not pretentious.  As I sat down with Stepheney, I understood immediately that she was passionate about her craft and  her art spoke true to how she feels, her emotions about nature and it's beauty.  Steph was truly inspiring as we delved into different life issues, and I just listened with awe and wonder at how carefree and free-spirited, she is and you can see that in her art.  The fact that She creates a world of fantasy on Stone Slabs with such details and choice of color is  truly one of a kind. The colors in her food, is