This week on Top Artist Podcast we chat with embroidery artist Sarah K. Benning on her successful professional journey and about how her work has changed along the way. We loved chatting with Benning about her decision to leave her retail job when she noticed her embroidery became more profitable. She tells us about managing an 80-hour workweek to fill an Etsy shop, pursue new projects, and to keep up with demand.
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This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with artist Ian Berry about his creative process and the way...
My Modern Met was founded in 2008 with the idea of being one big city that celebrates creativity.
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk to photographer and game designer Liam Wong about his cinematic photography. He tells us about the effect video games and film had on him as an artist. These artistic influences helped him develop a sharp eye for composition that allows him to capture such dramatic shots of lively urban streets, often in Tokyo, Japan.
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk to sculptor Ben Young about his incredible glass and concrete sculptures...
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk to photographer Sophie Gamand about her various dog photography series and...
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor about his incredible work and the impact his pieces have on their local environment and the world. Trained at the London Institute of Art, deCaires Taylor uses his sculptures to rebuild natural habitats and mitigate damage caused by tourism to at-risk underwater areas.
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with painter Omar Ortiz about his shockingly realistic paintings.
Photographer Richard Silver has a talent for capturing space in unique and unexpected ways.
At My Modern Met, we believe that art is a fundamental part of being human. Access to it is critical. Whether this involves learning how to draw, reading art history, or discovering the work of an emerging artist, engagement with creativity is something that needs to be fostered—and protected. We are dedicated to making sure that access to art is possible for everyone.
From exotic landscapes to out-of-this-world food art, photographer Navid Baraty’s portfolio features a wide range of subjects.
There are few artists who can say they started their own art movement.