Creative Khara Plicanic is a multi-talented maker. Working on and off a screen, she produces charming objects and imagery spanning photography, digital art, and analog crafts. Full of color and whimsy, Plicanic’s pieces will inspire you to create—no matter your medium. Plicanic has a knack for breaking down a variety of creative subjects so that they're easy to understand and fun at the same time.
Hand lettering artist Danison Fronda fosters joy through his expressive letterforms and watercolor paintings.
One of our favorite ways to honor nature is to create artwork inspired by it. But where do you begin?
Labor Day marks an end to summer. School is back in session, the pools are closed, and pumpkin spice lattes are officially back on the menu. It’s also a great time to figure out your fall plans. If you’re still thinking about how you’ll spend this cozy time of year, why not try online learning? You don’t have to be a school-aged kid to attend class.
The beginning of the school year is typically all about young people, but you can be a student at any...
Flower painting has a long place in art history.
Capturing someone's likeness in a drawn portrait is no easy feat. Not only does the artist need to master anatomy and proportion, but they also need to bring to life the essence of their subject. It's a practice that can be intimidating for many artists, but not for illustrator and designer Melissa de Nobrega. Creating incredible digital portraits is part of her normal workflow; and luckily, she loves sharing her knowledge with others.
There are endless creative possibilities with embroidery—it's not just a needle and thread.
Snapping a great photo of an animal can seem like a fool’s errand.
Artist Dimitra Milan is something of a painting wunderkind. She's been a professional artist since she was a teenager, encouraged by her artist parents and guided by her innate ability to combine realistic elements with colorful, ethereal settings. The alluring fusion is known as abstract realism. Each piece, with its recognizable forms and free-flowing elements, invites you to study and consider the color, symbolism, and technique.
Artist Elyse Dodge is known for her jewel-toned landscape paintings.
Illustrator Anna Sokolova is known for her expressive use of colored inks.