Artist Svetlana Petrova finds a creative muse (or “mews”) in her ginger cat, Zarathustra, and the adorable fat feline has made its way into some of the most well-known works of art history. With crazed cat eyes, a fluffy belly, and a penchant for flowers, the creature seamlessly invades paintings to add his own dose of beauty while giving new meaning to them.
Artist Natalie Muir creates hypnotic works of abstract art that are a fusion of color and texture.
At first glance, the work of Japanese artist Shintaro Ohata might look like textural oil paintings, but a closer look...
Artist Jungsook Hyun captures snapshots of the California countryside with her delicate watercolor paintings. Based in Fullerton, her work details the town’s quaint streets and eclectic mix of historic buildings, surrounded by agricultural beauty. Homes, cafes, and storefronts feature old-fashioned shutter windows, balconies, and colorful entrances adorned with cascades of radiant flowers and potted plants. From pastel-hued facades to close-up studies of flowers, Hyun’s colorful portfolio seems to bloom just like a garden in spring.
Polish artist Justyna Kopania captures the fleeting nature of time in her expressive oil paintings.
Prolific artist Greg “Craola” Simkins presents a new series of surreal work in his solo exhibition The Escape Artist.
Polish architect and freelance illustrator Maja Wrońska is known for her incredible watercolor paintings of famous cities and architectural monuments around the world. We've been following her work for years, from her moody paintings of European monuments to watercolors of international skylines. Now she's back with a new set of impressive watercolors that capture the cityscapes and monuments of beloved cities in the United States and Europe.
When it comes to painting, everyone starts out on an even playing field—those that paint well have built their skills...
Great art comes in all shapes and sizes.
Brooklyn-based Russian oil painter Maria Kreyn‘s Old World sensibilities seep through her paintings. The skilled figurative painter forged her own artistic path, leaving behind studies in mathematics and philosophy to pick up a brush. After time in Norway, where she apprenticed for a master painter for several years, she came away fully embracing oil paint as her medium of choice.
Russian artist Evgeny Lushpin is renowned for the “power and light” of his enchanting paintings.
Moscow-based artist Anastasia Ablogina creates expressive palette knife paintings that capture the majestic beauty of the world’s largest mammal, the...