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The ‘Froggers’ and ‘Buggers’ in Life

About the Artist: Jody Bergsma

Jody Bergsma

Jody has a diverse painting style that has developed over many years and literally thousands of paintings. Her earliest works were charming children’s illustrations that she sold at Northwest art shows to pay for her education.

Jody’s watercolor technique is self taught. Her engineering degree is reflected in her compositions and demonstrates Jody’s love of mathematics and geometry. She seemlessly blends these elements with her imaginative inner visions to create her unique style.

She is often asked about her use of aboriginal, native, and geometric symbols. Her ongoing studies introduced her to many ancient cultures and the beauty of their designs. By respectfully working with these images, Jody participates in the significance of our history and reintegrates their symbols into our modern culture.

Two of Jody’s adorable paintings I love:

"Don't let life... bug you!"

"Don't let life... bug you!"

"Eat a bug . . . Every morning . . . Then nothing worse can happen for the rest of the day!"

"Eat a bug . . . Every morning . . . Then nothing worse can happen for the rest of the day!"

Visit Jody Bergsma’s Website at http://www.bergsma.com/

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Visual Artist: Ben Heine

Ben Heine is a painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and photographer. He studied graphic arts and sculpture and also has a degree in journalism.

His many years of graphic exploration, artistic experience and his very own vision of the world have led him to this very singular style that you’re invited to discover in his website http://www.benheine.com . And also check the Links for his other pages on the web.

I love his work and he manages to surprise me every time with something new! And I hope you like it just as much as I do.

Regards,
Ari