The biodiversity of our planet is one of the many things that make it beautiful. UK-based artist Sophie Green celebrates animal species big and small with her exquisite acrylic paintings. She captures elephants, tigers, rhinos, and more in her photorealistic depictions, which in turn help raise awareness of the vulnerability of these amazing creatures. Moreover, the award-winning fine artist donates 10% of her profits to wildlife and conservation charities.
Whether you want to call it fluid art, liquid art, or acrylic pouring, there’s nothing more satisfying than creating abstract...
In our day-to-day lives, we don't often get a chance to take in the beauty of nature.
Most of us know Bob Dylan for his iconic music. The lyrics to songs like Blowin' in the Wind, Like a Rolling Stone, and Knocking on Heaven's Door read like poetry. But a new exhibition at Florida International University's Frost Art Museum shows a new side of his artistry. Bob Dylan: Retrospectum is a deep dive into Bob Dylan as a visual artist, with nearly 200 paintings, drawings, and ironwork sculptures on display.
Artist Brian Peterson is using his creative talents to actually change lives and uplift people in his community.
Visiting all 50 states of the U.S.
While many painters choose to recreate the stationary people or objects around them, artist Betty Acquah captures life in action. She utilizes swatches of vibrant color and mesmerizing patterns to illustrate the rhythm and beauty of dances in her native Ghana. Acquah's distinct style resembles both the expressive dabs of paint from Van Gogh and the precise pointillism of Seurat.
Nature is full of dazzling plant life that often goes underappreciated.
Every city has its own unique personality, which is evident in the buildings that line the streets.
Australian artist Jessica Watts celebrates all things feminine in her series of colorful paintings. She uses a distinct collage style to fuse depictions of the female figure with vibrant blooms, botanical wallpaper designs, and scenes from nature. Before she became a painter, Watts worked as an advertising art director in Sydney and New York for nearly 20 years.
Sometimes the experience of looking at a painting can transport you to a different time and place.
Of the many subjects that an artist can paint, water is one of the most challenging.