Creative collaboration is essential to art. And while this usually occurs between two or more human creators, Ava Roth prefers to work with nature. The Canada-based artist hands off her embroidery designs to bees and allows them to add their own unique touches in the form of golden honeycomb. This multi-media art illustrates the creative potential of working with nature. Roth begins by hand-stitching geometric patterns onto Japanese rice paper.
Cats been companions to people for centuries, but they've also served as creative muses for countless artists across the world.
Glass art is an age-old creative form.
Fallen leaves find a new life in the art of Susanna Bauer. The German-born and UK-based artist uses found organic materials as the canvas for romantic crochet designs. Her new exhibition Gathering Stories assembles some of her latest pieces in this ongoing exploration of nature and craft. The rust-colored brown leaves were cleaned and dried and then carefully perforated with cream cotton thread.
From the deserts of Egypt to a square in war-torn Ukraine, art installations spread their wings across the globe in...
Like many artists, Marc Quinn explores the notion of self through portraiture.
From gleaming skyscrapers to rows of townhouses, each city has its own unique identity and painter Maja Wrońska captures them in all their glory. After training as an architect, the Polish artist captured some of the historic cities of Europe in vibrant watercolor paintings. Recently, she's been exploring a whole new way of bringing the energy of urban places to life—through animation. These short gifs transform Wrońska's watercolor paintings into moving works of art.
Science and art have walked hand in hand for centuries and nothing shows this better than a new book published...
Situated near Nieuwmarkt station in Amsterdam is a hidden gem for comic fans.
The kimono is an icon of traditional Japanese style and culture. Lately, however, an increasing number of creatives have been reimagining the well-known silhouette and distinctive patterns into new forms. Carolina Kawakubo is one such individual who shares AI-generated art on her Instagram account. Resembling realistic oil paintings, these images merge kimonos with fashion trends from different parts of the world and different eras.
Texas-based artist Gil Bruvel captures feelings of tranquility in his ongoing series of sculptures.
French street artist Mantra brings his mother's garden to Versailles with a mural titled Where Amazement Blooms.