Outside The Lines

Fun readings about Color, Art and Segmation!

Tag - animals

November 30, 2015

Segmation’s Interview with Artist Edgars Būmeisters

Latvian artist Edgars Būmeisters is, in our opinion and the opinions of many others, a highly talented young man who is forging his artistic path with zeal and determination. Although he possesses no formal education in art, he routinely creates artwork that is received well and eagerly anticipated by his audience. And, at just twenty years of age, he has an impressive 19,000-plus followers on Twitter. Obviously, his art is making its mark on (and off) social media. What is Edgars’ secret to the success he has experienced so far? The answer is, hard work. His old-fashioned work ethic and commitment to his craft will undoubtedly usher him into his artistic destiny.


September 2, 2015

Artist Andrea Jetton’s Warmth Is What Makes Her So Cool

In an exclusive interview, Andrea Jetton shared the inner workings of her artistic world with Segmation. Read on to discover more about an enchanting artist whose gentle inner world is grabbing the attention of the art world. Learning about Andrea Jestton’s passions, her artistic process and her personality. Artist Andrea Jetton’s Warmth Is What Makes Her So Cool.


December 11, 2014

The Animal Kingdom Uses Color to Survive

The animal kingdom is alive and well b/c different species know how to change colors, adjust to their surroundings. Animals use color to attract mates, and, in effect, prolong the existence of their species. Did you know baby flamingos are gray while adults are pink because their diet includes foods filled with carotenoids?


August 3, 2011

Sea Urchins have left the Beach to Inspire Art

Inspired by mythology, animals and Ernst Haeckel, Jennifer Maestre has created a beautiful, intricate and somewhat dangerous art design . This talented artist builds 3-dimensional art with colored pencils. In...