“Why do you wear a mask? Were you burned by acid or something?”
“Oh no. It’s just they’re terribly comfortable. I think everyone will be wearing them in the future”
The Princess Bride
Featured above are:
Sherry Key, and Dee Flouton.
Next month’s theme: Facial Features
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When you call them Koi, it sounds so fancy. If you were to refer to them as ornamental carp – it just looses all glamor. So we will stick with Koi. In schools, pairs, or alone they are looked upon as a object of beauty. From the yellows, whites, blacks, and oranges the colors mix and meld to unique works of natural art. Here are some of our takes on Koi for your viewing pleasure.
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Muriel Areno
Everybody Loves Koi by Naquaiya
Koi Pond Mermaid by Jasmine Becket-Griffith Print
More koi can be found in our
EBSQ art galleries by searching “ koi“. More from our featured artists can be found in their portfolios: Muriel Areno, Naquaiya, and Jasmine Becket-Griffith.
Next week: Graffiti so get those pencils, markers, paints, cameras a moving! If you would like a chance to be featured here use keywords “EBSQ graffiti” in your listings for next week!
Chanterelle, Truffles, and Shiitake mushrooms – tasty little bits of fungi. These little morsels will tempt your taste buds as well.
Mushroom Pendant and Necklace by Beaded Heron
You can see more mushroom based art in our EBSQ galleries by searching “mushroom”.
More work from Beaded Heron can be seen on
EBSQ in her portfolio.
Melanie Pruitt of The Creator’s Palette is a new member of EBSQ, but she’s already making her mark. Check out this beautiful treasury she curated at Etsy, featuring some of the talented EBSQ sellers! Enjoy these wonderful creations from EBSQ artists! Search EBSQ Team for more great art!
Treasury tool by Red Row Studio.
Lush rainforest carpet, shaded wilderness, on a patio in a pleasant hanging basket. What else? Ferns!
View from a fern by Gabriele M
Rainbow Droplets on a Forest Floor by Christina A Kapono
You can see more ferns in the upcoming
EBSQ Ferns exibit, or searching ferns in the art galleries. Please take a moment to explore art from our featured artists Gabriele M and Christina A Kapono.
Next week: Mushrooms
Technology – a wonderful thing. With the invention of microchips, circuit boards, and digital data – artistry took a high-tech step to a new realm. It opened creative doors with another way to express ones artistic nature. Who knows what will be the next outlet for our creativity – anyone care to guess?
White Orchids Digital Print by Carolyn Schiffhouer available on Artfire
Time Flies digital print by Charlene Murray Zatloukal available on Etsy
Winter Winds digital print mousepad by Christi Schwartzkopf available on Zazzle
More Digital Art can be found by
browsing the EBSQ Digital Art Galleries or searching “digital” in all of our EBSQ galleries.
Our talented pool of EBSQ artists also have a healthy amount available sale on the following sites:
Artfire, Etsy, Fine Art America, Redbubble, and Zazzle.
You can find out more about our featured artists on their EBSQ bio pages:
Carolyn Schifhouer , Charlene Murray Zatloukal and Christi Schwartzkopf.
*If you would like to see your artwork featured on the EBSQ blog,
you can find our theme and keyword search list here. (team is only used for Etsy) This is open to all EBSQ artists account holders. You can find out more about signing up here.
Next week: Ferns
Kris Jean, Team EBSQ