Japanese filmmaker and animator Hayao Miyazaki has long delighted and inspired people around the world with his original imaginative universe. Now, those that have found his work artistically influential are paying homage to Miyazaki in the most appropriate way. The SPOKE ART gallery has curated the Miyazaki in Los Angeles Art Show, an endearing presentation that features over 100 hundred artists celebrating the films that have made us laugh, cry, and believe in the power of creativity.
Late American artist and television host Bob Ross has inspired artists with his can-do approach to painting for nearly 40 years.
Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju is known for his captivating, large-scale waterfall paintings.
For the seventh year, Spoke Art presents The Moleskine Project—its annual collective celebrating the artist sketchbook. International artists from across the new contemporary movement were asked to place their visions on the pages of a Moleskine sketchbook. The results are currently on display at Spoke Art's New York City gallery for the first time. Over 60 artists are on show, using different mediums and techniques to produce their work.
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When you hear the phrase “paint by number,” you’re most likely picturing the crafty activity you did as a kid.
California-based artist Erin Hanson creates colorful landscape paintings that pay homage to the American great outdoors. Her latest series has recently been compiled into a 300-page art book, titled Wine Country: Impressions in Oil, and celebrates the beautiful wine regions across California, the Pacific Northwest, Texas, and Virginia. An avid rock climber and backpacker, Hanson has always had an affinity for nature.
At first glance, you might think the portfolio of Cape Town-based artist Philip Barlow is filled with stylized night photography.
Watercolor painting has long been a favorite medium of expression for enthusiasts and professional artists alike.
Artist Alexa Meade blurs the line between 2D and 3D art through brilliant body painting. Throughout the years, her practice has perfected a type of delightful illusion that makes this oscillation possible. When you look at Meade’s work in still images, you assume that you’re viewing a conventional painting, but to see her art in person—or in the process of creation—is a whole different story.
Sydney-based artist Marie Antuanelle, known simply as Antuanelle, creates resin artwork inspired by the untouched Earth.
Californian artist Isabel Emrich paints dazzling depictions of women submerged in water.