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Pet Rocks

Collection by Laurie Moore • Last updated 1 day ago

Laurie Moore
Akie Nakata, aka Stone Artist, is a Japanese artist who turns stones into tiny animals that fit in your palm. She does that by painting them and has been doing Tiger Painting, Stone Painting, Rock Painting, Painted Rock Animals, Painted Rocks, Painted Window Art, I Got A Rock, Pet Rocks, Rock Crafts

This Japanese Artist Turns Stones Into Art And The Result Is Incredible (New Pics)

Stones are everywhere—the Earth itself is a giant rock. This is probably why they don't get much attention and they're outright ignored, or thought of as dull. Akie Nakata, also known as the Stone Artist, sees an exception to this rule.

rock painting video -- smaller painted rocks would make great magnets Pebble Painting, Pebble Art, Stone Painting, Rock Painting, Pet Rocks, Hand Painted Rocks, Rock Crafts, Stone Art, Painting Techniques

cats hand painted on stone

Cats hand painted on stone by Ernestina Gallina-Pietrevive Rock Art-Cat stones

The Art of Roberto Rizzo Rock Painting Ideas Easy, Rock Painting Designs, Stone Painting, Painting Art, Painted Rocks Kids, Rock And Pebbles, Pet Rocks, Painting Videos, Pebble Art

Hand Painted Rocks Gallery | Rock Painting Art by Roberto Rizzo

The most famous hand painted rocks on the web! A gallery of unique artworks! Mammals, birds, reptiles, fishes and much more!

painted rocks: burmese cat by Alika Painted Pavers, Hand Painted Rocks, Painted Stones, Coloring Rocks, Rock Hand, Stone Painting, Rock Painting, Pet Rocks, Pebble Art

Hand painted rock. Platinum Burmese cat

Commission for the owner of this extremely beautiful cat

  Rock Painting Patterns, Rock Painting Ideas Easy, Rock Painting Designs, Pebble Painting, Pebble Art, Stone Painting, Painting Art, Painted Rock Animals, Painted Rocks Kids

Artist Turns Rocks Into Incredible Animal Paintings (30 Pics)

Inspired by nature and animals and driven by emotions and curiosity, Italian artist Roberto Rizzo, who is now based in southern Spain, paints extremely detailed animal portraits on an unusual canvas—rocks.