The Spoke NYC gallery is known for its striking exhibitions of exciting contemporary painting, illustration, and sculpture, and its latest New York City exhibition lives up to its reputation. Called Suggestivism: Resonance, the show features over 50 contemporary artists from around the world that are at different points in their careers; some, like Audrey Kawasaki, are well-established while others are up-and-coming in their creative journeys.
Charleston-based artist Jessica Dunegan reinterprets patterns found in nature as mesmerizing mixed media paintings.
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Many of us have grown up loving Disney animated films. They are classics in our eyes, and we’ve come to know the characters so well that they feel real to us. Since 2011, artist Jirka Väätäinen has made this fantasy a reality by recreating Disney characters so that they actually look like real people. Gone are their stylized features; Väätäinen’s faithful renderings have characteristics like windswept hair, beard stubble, and freckles.
In the middle of the 19th century, artists in Europe adopted a new style of art: Realism.
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Anyone that has been in a long-term, committed relationship knows that there’s a big difference between falling in love and staying in love. The act of falling in love is characterized by bursts of euphoria while remaining in love often means being with someone for better or for worse—and all the days in between.
For over seven years, photographer and self-taught digital artist John Wilhelm has creatively chronicled his kids' lives.
Connecticut-based artist Brian Owens creates large-scale oil pastel drawings of flowers.
A post shared by Ali (@arthur_louis_ignore) on Jul 2, 2017 at 9:37am PDT Interested in tracing the “evolution of ornaments across the history of art,” French street artist Arthur-Louis Ignoré—known also as Ali—inventively incorporates ancient motifs into his graffiti. In a recent series called Carpet, Ali covers overlooked pavements in France and Finland with patterned painted “rugs.
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Fiber artist and nature lover Tammy Kanat creates large-scale textile art inspired by the Australian landscape.