Nature

This Year, Celebrate Springtime Through Instagram

With spring in full bloom, staying quarantined this time of year is especially tough (if necessary!). But thanks to paper artist Diana Beltran Herrera you can enjoy springtime, at least in spirit....

Feast on Orlanda Broom’s Richly Colored Paintings

Orlanda Broom's painting will add a punch of color to your Instagram feed (and God knows, we're craving some color these days). “I try to exploit beauty and color in my work,” admitted...

These Lamps Blend Nicely Into Their Natural Surrounding

Jean-Luc Godard has a way around wood and metal. With a background in furniture design and custom sign making, Godard is keen on working with raw materials, from which he forms distinct,...

Andrea Shearing Takes After the Ocean Waves

There's a fluidity to Andrea Shearing’s art, both in terms of subject and medium. Located at a crossroads between sculpture and painting, her work has both realistic and abstract elements to it....

Invite Nature Inside With These Pattern Designs

Charlotte Jade's illustration style can be summarized in two words: nature and patterns. Her designs, all hand-drawn, are printed on wallpapers, textiles, and stationery, inviting the natural world inside. By celebrating the...

Explore Carolyn Hutchings Edlund’s Landscape Paintings

Carolyn Hutchings Edlund admits to finding creative stimulation in unlikely places, such as a city street bathed in glistening or late-day light following a rain shower. “Such stimuli are the seeds from...

Karen Fitzgerald Explores the Light Side of the Moon

Karen Fitzgerald’s artwork has an ethereal quality to it. Centered around the moon and its cycles, her paintings are round, luminous, and often gilded, intentionally other-worldly, inviting viewers to look skyward but...

These Landscape Paintings are Part Impressionist, Part Expressionist

Early on, painter Erin Hanson made a promise to herself: every week, for the rest of her life, she would complete one painting. Using a unique technique of placing impasto paint strokes...

Nana Re-imagines Succulents as Adorable Bears

Nana also known as Nakanoart on social media is an artist who “draws cuties, creepies and sillies.” However, when she is bored she likes to scroll through Twitter. Not that long ago,...

Sonja Hinrichsen’s Art Requires Snow and a Pair of Shoes

Sonja Hinrichsen's art addresses our relationship with the natural world – as we perceive it and interact with it. Examining urban and natural environments through exploration and research, her artwork spans from...