Tuesday, 28 January 2014

by Karen Buford

President Mandela


A tribitue to Nelson Mandela former president of South Africa. Showing Mandela as a young man, in suit and traditional warrior attaire. His later visit the jail cell after his release after 27 years and images of his joyous spirit remembered by current generation.

The original work is currently for sale.At the present time, originals are not offered for sale through the Fine Art America secure checkout system. Please contact the artist directly to inquire about purchasing this original by clicking on the picture link below.

Goodbye Madiba


A digital portrait of Nelson Mandela using digital media

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by Sharon Lisa Clarke



Compilation of images from free stock resources used to create this tribute to Nelson Mandela. Witg one of his most famous quotes.

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About Sharon Lisa Clarke:

I have lived near Hastings England all my life and in 2010 I started taking my first images and creating photographic art. It is a hobby that I am passionate about and would love to do full time. I love to take an image and transform it.I recently started experimenting with digital art. I also produce art as Shalisa Photography so please visit my website.


I got into photography in 2010 and love experimenting with images and styles. Creating Digital art is a great way to experiment and learn new skills. I have lived in West St Leonards for 14 years but am originally from Hastings. Photography and Digital Art is now a huge part of my life and takes up most of my time when I am not at work. Working with special needs teenagers can be tough and my photography and digital art is a great way to unwind.

Hastings, East Sussex
United Kingdom

Monday, 27 January 2014

by Jag

Nelson Mandela - Rainbow Stamps

Sunderland - United Kingdom

Sunday, 26 January 2014

by Eduardo Kobra

Mandela forever !! 
Wall in L.A

by Patrick Zédouard, aka c0y0te7

Nelson Mandela RIP

Portrait en hommage à un grand homme

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Saturday, 25 January 2014

by Guy Whitby, Aka WorkByKnight

Australian award winning digital artist Guy Whitby, aka WorkByKnight (WBK), finds inspiration for his portraits from the transition into the digital era.

He produces stunning portraits with the use of different buttons found on everyday items such as telephones, typewriters, calculators and computer keyboards.

His body of work includes approximately 1000 works of art that have been produced using the techniques that can be seen below and he has also produced portraits with the use of an assortment of buttons normally found on clothing.

It is a great honour to be able to showcase such work here in the Nelson Mandela Tribute Blog and I am sure many visitors to the Blog will find great pleasure from viewing such unique portraits of the great man.

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by Arisha Singh

Nelson Mandela Bridge


Nelson Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg, South Africa

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What is photography?

A passion for life, and everything that it has to offer. I see life through a lens, see the hidden and unknown. Explore my world through my art.

Randburg, Gauteng - South Africa

by Kevin Callahan

Robbin Island Capetown Bay South Africa


This is a view of the infamous Robbin Island from the lower shore of Capetown Bay, SA.

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I was reared on a small farm in Iowa and have been drawing and painting since I was five-years old. My portfolio now includes successful photography. I have also published many short stories a few, which can be found in my blog.

My philosophy is simple: Composition, Story, Elegant Line.
'If you find the elegant line, your work will be lyrical.

I produce works in acrylic, watercolor and digital photo format. I also conduct artist-in-residence programs for young people. I completed a Painting Intensive at the San Francisco Art Institute, studying with world renown Israeli artist Larry Abramson and at at the Ox-Bow School of the Art Institute Chicago under Phil Hanson and Michelle Grabner.

I earned my BFA from Drake University in Des Moines, IA. My studies included an emphasis in painting and printmaking. My work is hanging in private collections throughout the United States and Europe. In 2009 I received the Tony Award, a traveling art award honoring individual artists on Fine Art America.

I currently work and reside with my wife, Karen in Parkville, Mo. Both of my sons are accomplished artists.

Parkville, Mo - United States

by John Wood

Nelson Mandela


My drawing of Nelson Mandela. Done on A4 size paper it took about 10 hours to complete.

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About John:

Currently a factory worker with an ambition to work in Art and drawing in some form. In the meantime im a keen amateur artist. I prefer working in graphite pencil and particularly enjoy drawing portraits. I hope you enjoy my work.

Hartlepool, Teesside - United Kingdom