Top 10 Canvas Painting Collection From Instagram This Week.
Thousands of painters are creating wonders on canvas these days. It’s been a great experience connecting with these 10 outstanding painters who shared their work of arts through their Instagram profile. Our job is to connect art lovers with great canvas paintings daily! Below are our top canvas painting collections from Instagram this week.
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1. Canvas painting by Mo Illustrations depicting an African Woman
2. “The Ghost” by Popartdyl.
3. “Daughter of Easy” by Qrcky
Qrcky commentary about his work “Art unites communities and allows us to have a dialogue about history and its legacy. These are some of the most important works I have made. They speak to who I am, my heritage, and my culture. My work explores the relationship between Black diaspora sensibilities and urban spaces. With influences as diverse as Kara Walker and Jean-Michel Basquiat, new synergies are crafted from constructed and discovered layers. Currently living in Baltimore, I am interested in the sensation of moving, the deconstruction and reassembly of surfaces, and of forgetting and remembering what has come before.”
4. “My Nephew” By Papay Solomon
Papay Solomon commentary on the painting “I painted my nephew the first time I ever painted with oils (2014). This is my second attempt at painting him, but he’s not that little anymore. Now he stands tall and slim at the age of 14.
I was the same age when we resettled in the States.
Back then, I had to look far and wide to find an accurate depiction of myself. I hope my nephew doesn’t have to do that. I hope this painting is able to fill in the gap for him.”
5. “King of Apes” by Tikkabay
6. Akanni Meditate by Joy Eyitayo Alagbe
Eyitayo Alagbe, A Nigerian, Born 1997 in Ogbomoso, Based in Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria. Eyitayo Alagbe is an Arts graduate from Emmanuel Alayande college of Education Oyo, Oyo State. He developed his practice as a self-thought artist.
A full time Visual artist that have participated in several exhibitions. He makes paintings too but major in mixed media drawings, Charcoal, pencil and acrylic on paper and canvas, mixing charcoal and acrylic within a single composition. His art speaks about hope, joy, pain and inspired by the way we are as African.
7. “The Man in the Mirror” by Sesseelangwe
8. Portrait of Amanda Gorman by Lady jday
Lady Jday commentary on the painting “There is always light. If only we’re brave enough to see it. If only we’re brave enough to be it.” Portrait in progress of @amandascgorman 💛she is an American poet and activist who mainly writes about oppression, racial issues, feminism, marginalisation and African diaspora. In April, 2017 Gorman became the first person to be named National Youth Poet Laureate. Amanda Gorman quotes can lift every woman in you and make you push boundaries. In 2015, she published the book The One For Whom Food is Not Enough. In 2021, she delivered the poem The Hill We Climb at the inauguration ceremony of the U.S. President”
9. Portrait of Justin Turner by Johnny Utah
10. “Colored Elephant” by Eleanna Artworks