On the West End of London, a dense leafy jungle engulfs the exterior of Annabel’s, a private member’s club whose world-famous name is synonymous with elegance and class. Giant parrots, their colorful wings spread wide, swoop and hover amongst the verdant wilderness lining the building’s entrance and creeping up its towering façade.
While some artists attempt to create art that will last decades or even centuries, artist Jon Foreman makes large, intricate...
We often walk around ponds, but what if we could sit in the center of them?
Fiber artist Janet Echelman has once again transformed an urban space with her monumental installations. The American artist's installation, titled Earthtime 1.26, was suspended over Munich's historic Odeonsplatz. Presented by Mercedes Benz, it hovered over the square for nearly two months. Weighing 700 pounds, the net covered an area of nearly 3,500 square feet and constantly changed color and shape. The work is part of Echelman's Earthtime series, which aims to show the interconnectedness between humans and nature.
Venetian artist Livio de Marchi has spent his life combining his woodworking skills with his imagination to create incredible sculptures.
Late artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude had a life-long dream of wrapping the Arc de Triomphe in fabric, with the hope...
As the world continues to grapple with COVID-19, one artist is using her creativity to express her sadness for all the lives that have been lost. Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg is a Washington, D.C.-based artist who actively creates work that touches on social issues. Her latest installation is one of her largest to date—over 670,000 white flags planted on the National Mall to symbolize the American lives lost to the coronavirus.
All over the world, immersive art exhibitions are providing a new way for people to enjoy famous paintings.
Dutch artist Suzan Drummen has always found herself utterly enchanted by things that glisten and sparkle.
Elephants are the largest existing land mammals on Earth; and as a result, they require large areas of land, abundant with food and water, in order to survive. As human populations have grown around the world, elephant populations have significantly decreased due to rapid habitat loss and human-elephant conflict.
Seashells aren't the only thing that you can find on the beach.
British artist Liz West creates imaginative installations that explore the relationship between two fundamental themes in art: color and light.