Spanish artist Oriol Angrill Jordà created a portrait series titled “Blendscapes” that looks like a simple and unfinished artwork at a glance. But when you spend a little time viewing the drawings, featured here, you’ll notice the intricate details depicting various scenes in each portrait. As the title suggests the series is a blend of beautiful facial portraits and other images, and as well as the various art mediums — watercolor, acrylic, and pencils. Simply… Amazing!
Enjoy this gorgeous artwork!
I did not start like most of the artists I’ve met. As I’ve been listening, a majority of them had been enthusiastic about Art, almost since they were born, as a native desire to create or express themself.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t like that to me. It was like a research of what I did better. I really had no interest in drawing or art culture. I completely unknew there were people living and working on Art. Despite my childish ignorance, I had already an easily skill to draw or rather that, a facillity to represent what I saw on paper.
At the age of 12, I started doing my first art lessons as an after-school activity, with the same educational purpose as parents take their children to music lessons or sport activities. By the way, I also did those other activities.
All images courtesy of Oriol Angrill Jordà, and are published with permission.