It’s only fitting that I end my mermaid obsession series with one of my favorite passions, art! I have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to mermaids with the bulk of those images being art related. So in this final post on the subject, I will be sharing some of those images and the talented artists that create them!
David Delamare and John Waterhouse are two artists who have created some really stunning pieces featuring mermaids, which I pretty much grew up looking at. So it’s probably safe to say that they contributed to this obsession of mine!
I found Victor Nizovtsev through Pinterest and just fell in love with his oil paintings! His mermaids in particular are just gorgeous!
In my book, the winner for some of the cutest mermaid illustrations I have ever seen goes to Liana Hee! Originally, I found her through Instagram, and so I’ve been following her work ever since.
Watercolor is one of the mediums that I’ve found myself the most drawn to, and one of the artists I admire the most for their skill with watercolor is Stephanie Law. The details and the soft look of her pieces are just so eye-catching for me.
Renee Nault is another artist that I first found through Pinterest, specifically looking for mermaid art! (Yeah, I find most of the pictures I like from either Pinterest or Instagram!)
I really love Chiara Bautista’s illustrations because a lot of them tell really interesting stories that teeter on that boarder of light & dark.
There are so many artist who have created these mermaid drawings or paintings that I enjoy, but this blog would be far too long if I were to include everyone right now! (I will share more artists in the future!).
To end this post though, I want to share with you all one of the cutest short animations I have found so far! It is called High Tide by Kristin Kemper.