Art

The Classical Portraits of Daniel J. Yeomans

Painter Daniel J. Yeomans is known for his classical technique for portraiture—one that has remained somewhat unchanged since the renaissance. An acclaimed contemporary artist with traditional training at the Internationally renowned Charles H....

Tess Gray’s Oil Paintings Blend the Real with the Surreal

Tess Gray's paintings offer some insight on the multitude of human experiences — from the mysterious and fantastic to the insufferably banal (and most often than not, where those extremities collide). Born...

Dinara Mirtalipova’s Art Echos Uzbek Folklore

For some, making art is more of a calling than a decision. For Dinara Mirtalipova, the realization she needed to paint came as a sort of epiphany. “Only after I grew up...

Upgrade Your Home with These Unique Glass Sculptures

Now, more than ever before, home is where the heart is. Its also where the rest of our bodies are. As such, we're reminded of the importance of keeping our environment both...

Laura Blythman’s Art is Pink and Popping

We'd like to invite you to a place that's bright, positive, and messy. There's also a lot of pink. We're talking of course of Laura Blythman's delightful Instagram page - a place...

These Beautiful Portraits Using Are Made of Vivid Brushstrokes

Moldovan Olga Rykova was born into an artistic family, and her talent started showing from an early age; she was only 5-years-old when she took up some crayons and started doodling. Now...

This Artist Admits She’s Not Much of a Planner

Victoria Johnson's Instagram page is a place of creativity and serenity. It is also a place of plentitude, adorned in floral patterns. “There are always too many ideas and not enough time,”...

Jason Raish’s Illustrations Go Into Detail

The level of detail that goes into each of Jason Raish’s hyperrealist illustrations is incredible. Don't take our word for it. With features in top tier publications like the New York Times,...

Cat Rabbit Makes Nostalgic Soft Sculptures

Cat Rabbit makes adorable handmade figures which lean on the tradition of embroidery, doll-making, patchwork, and textile design. The result, though undeniably cute, is more of a piece of art than a...

Andrea D’Aquino’s Creative Approach Is Messy and Spontaneous

There's a certain rawness to Andrea D’Aquino's illustrations, but that's just part of their appeal. It's also part of the creative process. Relying on intuition and experimentation, D’Aquino's work is situated at...