Watercolor paintings by Ben Blatt.
The amount of detail going on here is incredible. They look like something out of an antique storybook.
ugh so so good. Need to see these in person now.
Thanks Booooooom!!!!! You are a beautiful thing!
The solo show Hotbox Devolution at Half Gallery in NYC is up for one more week! So if you are in the area check it out…
How he does this with watercolors blows my mind.
those details are great!
Such an amazing collection of work. The pics barely even do it justice – we saw the exhibition live at the Half Gallery in NYC and were blown away by the level of detail and beauty. Ben has incredible talent and gets better and better with each new show.
About time the world knew the genius of Ben Blatt, big things to come for this guy no doubt about it.
actually want to gauge my eyes out to how good these are!!!! >_<
One Word: How?
I learned watercolor techniques for 2 weeks and hated it.
This is just so amazing!
I cannot get over the detail in these pieces. Absolutely incredible.
i love this. so so much.
I HIGHLY recommend you go see this work in person. Its even more impressive in real life. Its only up for one more week (at Half Gallery in the Lower East Side)!
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Last week for the show in NYC
Check it out http://halfgallery.com/
cheers Ben i think you got some new fans here!
I love the notion of nature and man working together.
There is nothing about these that I don’t love. Excellent.
Woau – this is watercolor? Joyfully delighted by them all.
I do not know why, but these colors remind me luigi serafini
I’m fortunate to have a limited print of Blatt’s hanging on my wall. Stunning in person! If you get the chance to own his art…take it.
like beautiful naturalist expositions of Hieronymous Bosch’s world! I love the second! I want to be there!
Was lucky enough to get a private tour of the show by Ben himself. It was a great show. Truly inspiring. Sucks for all those who missed it.
Your work just keeps getting richer in detail and color, not to mention creativity. What a gift.
Hieronymus Bosch meets Albrecht Durer’s “Great Piece of Turf”.
finally did it…
ill update it now