Etsy finds

Posted on Fri, 29 Feb 2008 by midcenturyjo

I thought I’d share the work of two talented artists who have set up shop on Etsy. Strangely I found their work through Flickr. The first is Erin Tyner. Erin is a self taught photographer and I have been following her beautiful work on Flickr for a year. Then I realised I could buy her work…and I did and have again. Here is her Flickr page and her wonderful website. I’m totally blown away by her Half Awake series but don’t miss the rest of her portfolio.
(Update – I forgot to mention Erin’s new photoblog here.)

Monkfish is Robert Chunn. I found my way to his work just today when he made me a contact on Flickr. So off I went to investigate. “I mostly paint clutter. I like how objects cluster together on tabletops, in kitchen drawers, on my printer, etc. I try to take a documentary approach to the subject by painting things as I find them. Or, sometimes, I’ll just pile up a bunch of old tins and cigar boxes in a haphazard way until something interesting happens. I see painting as an intuitive and sensorial process of balancing pictorial elements to reveal the poetry of color and form in the everyday objects around me. In other words, I just paint what I like.” Check out more at his blog Alla Prima Painting (painting from life in one sitting). I love the beauty he finds in the mundane.

pia says:

you have such a knack for sourcing out the best jo! how beautiful, i am off to have a look at those sites now px

kim. says:

Both of these artist’s work are so creative – GREAT FINDS!

Jo, Desire to Inspire is a daily read for me and when I saw my photos on here this morning I had to do a double-take. Thank you so much for being one of my Etsy customers and for sharing my work on your blog!

VERY cool. i love these. wow, thank you so much. xo

Sarah says:

Erin’s photos are beautiful. It’s like imagination personified. Thanks for finding it!

Erin you’re welcome 🙂

pompom says:

Be still my beating heart. As if monkfish’s everyday objects weren’t beautiful enough I have fallen in love with Erin’s scale model dreams. Thank you!

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