California-based artist Elyse Dodge is known for her signature geometric landscapes. Filled with brilliant color, her paintings transform mountains and other geological features into sleek, contemporary polygon shapes. While her work is executed using acrylic paint, they are often so precise that they appear digitized. As her career continues to blossom, Dodge has extended her work to include murals and installations that play with her love of color and light.
Whether you want to paint like an Old Master or find a way to express yourself, there's nothing more satisfying...
Artist Nitika Alé is known for her lush floral abstract paintings created with acrylics.
Creating abstract artwork can be a freeing and liberating process. But, for many, it can be difficult to let go of the desire to paint a specifically recognizable “thing” or “object.” If you are looking for more clarity on how to paint abstractly, Megan Elizabeth is happy to help. The Maryland-based artist is known for her stunning abstract acrylic paintings that focus on capturing movement and light.
The climate crisis is unavoidable, and it seeps into nearly every facet of our lives.
Of all the invited guests to the 2023 Met Gala, there was one infamous party crasher.
Artist Megan Elizabeth is captivated by nature’s fleeting moments. Dappled light is a creative focus for her, and her paintings capture glittering illumination, reflections, and shadows created by petals and leaves. The resulting works are abstract in color and arrangement, but there is a familiarity to them. If you’ve ever walked through a forest or next to a pond, you’ve likely witnessed dappled light in action. Color is paramount in Megan’s paintings.
There are many choices you can make when you begin to learn how to paint.
Sometimes the choice of materials is just as meaningful as the art itself.
Oftentimes, animated films give off the impression of perfect, idealized worlds. Stefan Thelen, aka Super A, uses his art to pull the veil off of these fantasies and give a glimpse of reality. He “unwraps” iconic cartoon characters and reveals what is hidden beneath. The ongoing series, titled Trapped, features acrylic renderings of Disney and Studio Ghibli worlds, with a peek at what these subjects would look like in real life.
Unlike sculpture, traditional paintings usually capture one view of a subject.
Sometimes the greatest muses are just a hike away.