June 18, 2024

Palestinian Artist Shares Daily Drawings of Life in War-Torn Gaza [Interview]

October 7 is a date that changed Maisara Baroud‘s life. The Palestinian artist, who is based in Gaza, saw his world turned upside down as Israel’s war on Hamas exploded. In the ensuing months, Baroud has been displaced more than 10 times but has managed to keep his daily drawing habit, using his art to help cope during this time of tragedy. Baroud's war drawings, which he publishes on Instagram, are all entitled I'm Still Alive.

Read Article

December 15, 2023

Wildlife Photographer to Share 100 Images of Majestic Elephants and Whales in 2024 [Interview]

Renowned South African wildlife photographer Chris Fallows is known for his artistic images that capture the spirit of the animal kingdom. And in 2024, he'll be celebrating two of its most majestic animals—the elephant and the whale. Over the course of 100 days, he'll be sharing one inspiring photo daily that highlights the power, beauty, and spirit of these giant animals.

Read Article

November 15, 2023

Cristina Mittermeier on the Environmental Trials and Tribulations of Antarctica [Interview]

Conservation photographer Cristina Mittermeier has dedicated her career to the protection of the natural world. Specifically, she is passionate about the state of our world's oceans, and through SeaLegacy, a non-profit she founded with her partner Paul Nicklen, she helps shine a spotlight on environmental issues through visual storytelling. In a recent Facebook Story, Mittermeier called on world leaders to step up to the plight that Antarctica is facing.

Read Article

October 21, 2023

Powerful Oil Paintings Modeled on the Work of Old Masters Give a Voice to African Mythology [Interview]

In her exhibition Master Narratives, Afro-Cuban American artist Harmonia Rosales seamlessly entwines the tales and characters of the Yorùbá religion, Greco-Roman mythology, and Christianity with the canonical works and artistic techniques of European Old Masters. Through her 20 oil paintings and a large-scale installation reminiscent of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling, Rosales is spotlighting oft-forgotten narratives where Black voices take center stage.

Read Article