A gallery of gorgeous art from the world of glitter paints has been released, as the first wave of the glitter art craze begins.
The first wave, which is still unfolding, is made up of some of the world’s most beautiful glitter paintings, as well as paintings by iconic artists.
Here are the best of the crop of artists.
The paintings were painted in the 1980s by American artist Kelly Moore, who is best known for her paintings of butterflies, spiders, and unicorns.
She also created some of her best-known paintings, including one of a naked woman who is in a dream-like state.
In 2015, the first of her paintings, The Dreaming Bird, was commissioned by the British Museum to be part of a new exhibition.
The exhibition was to be released this week, and its website has more details.
The second wave is also based around the world, and includes works by some of pop culture’s biggest names.
Some of the artists featured include artists such as Nick Cave, who worked on The Cavemen movies, and artist James Blunt, who has worked on some of Lilo and Stitch’s best-loved paintings.
This collection is the work of artists like Goya and Kelly Moore who are not only talented but also iconic in their respective fields.
Goya, for example, is best-selling for her works of abstract art.
Her work is a combination of art history, fashion and pop culture.
Giorgio Armani, for his own work, is known for his minimalist approach to design, with his designs being largely based on simple silhouettes.
His work can be seen on a number of the most famous paintings of his.
Kelly Moore, for her work on The Dreamers, is an artist whose work is often considered timeless.
She’s an artist of colour, which has been said to be one of her main influences, and her works can be found in a number.
The third wave, as we all know, is the most popular.
It features works by artists such the likes of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Caravaggio.
This particular wave is a very popular one.
It has been described as “the most expensive painting ever,” with some artists reportedly spending more than $10 million on their works.
It is also the art world’s second biggest art crake, with artists making $1.3 billion in revenue last year.