We’re halfway through the lovely month of MerMay, and the mermaid art has been abundant. I’ve seen a great variety of styles, like Dylan Bonner‘s Disney-style digital painting:
While all this new art is refreshing, I’d like to recall some old favorites of mine, which include both classic mermaid paintings and general digital designs worthy of recognition. Obviously, I can’t include all my favorite mermaid art, but I’ll certainly include some of the best.
Cabinet of Curiosities Mermaid by Alexandra V. Bach
the Siren Song series by Victor Nizovtsev
The Five Sisters by Annie Stegg
Fate by bayardwu
The Little Mermaid by Itsuko Azuma
Ariel the mermaid by Andra Hancock
Out of Water by Saiful Haque
La Petite Sirene and the Mermaid Project by Renee Nault
Mermaid Drop by sakimichan
Atargatis by Annie Stegg
Jeune naiade by Paul Émile Chabas
Ulysses and the Sirens by Herbert James Draper
Water nymph by Christian Schloe
Mermaid by Charles Murray Padday
And finally, Little Mermaid by Mily Knight
That’s all for now. I always love discovering new art, especially when it involves mermaids, so I’m open to suggestions. Next month, I’ll be giving recommendations for and describing my favorite mermaid short films, so be ready for that.
And I’d like to remind everyone that all the artwork above is not my own and I claim no ownership of it. All rights reserved for the respective artists.
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