Illustrator Juliana Vido has created portraits of women artists—some living, many passed—in their studios. The images are a fusion of Juliana’s delicate, inky style and the famous creative whom she is depicting. For abstract expressionist Lee Krasner, that means expressive painting strokes among fine line work. Similarly, Juliana illustrated abstract artist Helen Frankenthaler and her soak-stain paintings punctuated with the intricacies of the legendary figure.
In addition to being visually exciting images, these pieces are mini art history lessons that may introduce you to incredible creatives you never knew about it. I hope she continues the series!
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