Saturday, May 16th, 2015
Brooklyn-based artist Lisa Sigal works across mediums, combining elements of painting, sculpture, and architectural materials.
Gary Stephan‘s acrylic paintings range from irregular, sensitive brushstrokes to very austere, geometric shapes.
I’m in love with the colorful glitch artworks of Spanish born artist Manuel Fernández. Fernández uses a wide range of […]
I really enjoyed stumbling on Pierre-Adrien Sollier watercolor paintings, bringing his special touch to the most famous paintings. He reproduced […]
Curses collects Rob Sato‘s latest adventures on paper, including his massive project Five Movements For Little Guys, a series of […]
It is not the first time we wrote about Swedish painter Anna Halldin Maule, she since then introduced a few […]
Three years ago, owvBICS aka Charles Shedden started recycling scraps from his brother’s wood shop in Brooklyn and taking the […]
The sculptural paintings of Jason Martin stimulate both sight and touch with their vivid colors and striking surfaces.
Lucio Fontana is one of the most controversial contemporary artist, that together with Marcel Duchamp and Piero Manzoni broke definitively […]
Esther Tielemans is an Amsterdam-based artist and painter whose work examines dimension, space, color and landscape.
The latest installment in the trend of remixing classical paintings with contemporary elements, the Swoosh Art tumblr contains a collection […]
Klari Reis’s Petri Dish painting series will take you into a color coma.