Bev Doolittle is another artist that I love, because I am Native American, and she does a lot of works including indians and horses. She makes you do a double take at her work, because there are usually people or animals hidden and camouflaged throughout the picture plane. She was born and raised in Los Angeles where she received a weekend scholarship to the School of Art in Los Angeles. That is where she met her husband who was also a painter. She is a world renown artist because collectors are always intrigued by her work of camouflage integrated within the art. Her paintings can sell for close to $10,000 for a larger, more complex work. That to me says that she has made a comfortable living purely from her art skills. The painting on the left is called, “The Forest Has Eyes,” see if you can find all 13 faces hidden throughout.
More works here: http://www.bevdoolittle.net/