Where do you feel most at home? From forests to seasides, we’re often drawn to certain natural environments that make us feel at ease. South Carolina-based artist Megan Aline’s series of paintings, titled Inner Landscapes, explores the feeling of being at one with nature. Forest scenes are framed within silhouetted subjects, as if each person holds their personal woodland within them.
A keen observer of everyday life, Norman Rockwell is known for his idealized images of American history.
Inspired by the intricate patterns found in nature, Venezuelan artist Claudia Bueno created Pulse, a stunning light installation at Meow...
You have probably seen stained glass in the magnificent windows of churches or in the hanging lamps of cozy restaurants. Stained glass is an ancient art form dating back thousands of years to the earliest innovations in glass working. Today, contemporary artists and craftspeople push the boundaries of stained glass. So, what is stained glass and how is it formed?
Multidisciplinary artist Hannah Jensen uses her printmaking background to render intricate masterpieces with her own twist.
Johannes Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring has fascinated art lovers for centuries.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris' new administration has already been presented with numerous inaugural gifts, but perhaps none is as poignant as a 19th-century landscape painting, titled Landscape with Rainbow, on loan from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) in Washington, D.C. This particular painting gifted to the Biden administration at the 46th President's inauguration on January 20, 2020 is more than just a landscape painting, though. It is steeped in symbolism.
Art museums across the world are making it possible for people with visual impairments to enjoy the collections they house.
There’s a new blue color on the market for the first time in 200 years!
During the events of World War II, the small village of Łupków in Poland was almost completely destroyed. Today, only a few remnants of this small settlement remain, including the foundation of a church, a bell tower, and an abandoned cemetery. Unattended for decades, these markers have been reclaimed by nature in some amazing ways.
Amsterdam-based artist Rosa de Jong creates fantastical miniature landscapes that appear to float in mid-air.
For the Spanish artist duo Joan Coderch and Javier Malavia, the “human being is at the core of their art.