Amy Judd, a London based artist, takes her inspiration from the enchanting, imaginative relationship between women and animals found in traditional mythologies and stories from around the world.
Alan Charlton, Untitled, 1973, Photo by Phili Schönborn It takes a really good artist to say a lot with a little.
Every day we strive for poignancy in simplicity – something echoed by New York based artist Wyatt Kahn in his series of paintings on canvas.
It’s been a few years since we last features surrealist/photorealistic Swiss painter Till Rabus.
Artist Richard Woods has a D.I.Y sensibility, in fact his new show at Alan Cristea Gallery in London is called just that. D.I.Y. We have had a mini love affair with Woods…
For perfect pint sized bites of Americana, enjoy these paintings by James Rieck.
An artist’s canvas is often a sacred space.
Based between London and Berlin, Aga Baranska recently stole my attention with her use of chunky, textured paint patterns, elements of collage, and a healthy fashion editorial sensibility.
Miwa Ogasawara’s work is like a bottomless lake of secrets and, with every painting, she encourages us to venture deeper and deeper into the water. This young Kyoto-born Japanese painter’s technical skills…
Sometimes as human beings we need to remember, then return, to what is truly important. With art, I feel that this sentiment is equally valid. Italian-born Giosetta Fioroni, an artist’s artist, and a woman’s…
Kirra Jamison is a young Australian talent who I have noticed a bit in recent months.
Bold, with a touch of eccentricism – Gary Petersen’s paintings are a treat for anyone looking to see geometric abstracted painting with a humanistic touch.
Eugenio Recuenco is wonderful at creating a scene, determining a stranger(‘s) point of view, telling us just enough of a story for us to want more.
White Rabbit’s Pop icon paintings reimagine all you favorite heroes from Star Wars, TMNT, Marvel Comics, and others, in classical portrait style.
The “Height of Art” series brings together artists, collectors, gallerists, designers, philanthropists and notable industry tastemakers to meet a featured artist in a private setting and to view their artwork exclusive to…
“Liu Wei is one of the most original and inventive contemporary artists working in China today,” exclaimed Jennifer Joy, Communications Director for Lehmann Maupin gallery earlier today.
After the acclaimed solo show last year at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, Wilhelm Sasnal has now opened his new exhibition in New York, at the Anton Kern Gallery.
Written by Guest Blogger Harmony Difo “Is this real? Or am I imagining things. Those strawberries must be real, they look too perfect and delicious not to eat!” These are the types…
For reasons unknown to me, in many parts of the world fashion isn’t considered an art form, but solely a money making industry.
Two phrases pop out at me from the press release are “All You Can Eat” (the title of the exhibit) and “throw up” (the aesthetic of the artist).
Written by Guest Blogger Harmony Difo Fear not! For behold, I bring you tidings of great joy! On February 7th, 2013, the largest demonstration of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s work in 8 years was…
By now you should know that we have a weakness for Photorealistic painters, and when we find a new one, we feel oblige to introduce it to you (especially when he paints…
Lego bridge in Germany is an instance where quirky ideas like applying primary colours to a concrete bridge can facilitate happiness in an otherwise monotonous drive.
Looking at art has always been a good way to set life aside for a little while; relax, get lost, and just clear the mind. Melanie Pankau‘s art, with its straight edge…
Rinat Shingareev, self proclaimed “Best Artist Alive,” always knew that being an artist was his destined fate.
At first glance a photograph, on second glance a hyper real painting.
At first glance, Eckart Hahn’s paintings appear to have a 3-dimensional quality to them. His brushstrokes illustrate melting plastic, undulating fabric, and muscular forms, all giving the work a tangible quality.
As we enter the era of GIFs, vectors, and videos, it’s nice to know there are artists out there who still know how to work with the more “traditional” tools.
Painter Shawn Huckins evokes the visual style of 1950’s and 60’s USA in this series. Gas stations, swimming pools, neon street signs, cars, everyday commercial products, driveways and bars appear in his…
Written by Guest Blogger Olivia Coleman World famous illustrator and Brooklynite Olivier Jeffers offers never-before-seen work in his witty collection of paintings, collages, illustrations and installations, Neither Here Nor There.