A vase of flowers is a timeless creative subject that has inspired some of the most well-known masterpieces. Perhaps most notable among them are the iconic sunflower paintings by Vincent van Gogh. With their cheerful yellow color and wavy petals, these blooms appear to possess a personality that's all their own. Oregon-based painter Erin Hanson celebrates the beautiful sunflower and the tradition of flower paintings in her latest series of Open-Impressionist works.
Ethereal women float across clear waters in Marissa Oosterlee‘s mesmerizing paintings.
The Impressionist movement emerged in the late 1800s as a way of capturing ephemeral moments.
Over the past two years, life has changed for everyone in the world. Taiwanese artist Will Yu 尤瑋毅 reflects on the pandemic's impact in his poignant painting WE (2021). It depicts a young girl with braided hair putting on and removing her mask, highlighting some of the changes we have had to make to cope with the world health crisis.
Whether it's Toronto or Tokyo, cities cannot be fully understood until they are seen at night.
Whether it's adding stripes to a tiger or plucking petals from human-sized flowers, Toni Hamel dreams up uncanny scenarios and...
Clothing holds the key to the deep meanings in Simona Ruscheva‘s vivid paintings. Inspired by the traditional outfits of her Bulgarian heritage, the London-based artist renders enigmatic young figures in glittering metallic jewelry, ornate headdresses, and layers of oversized fabrics, and sets each one against a mysterious ruddy setting to explore the idea of life, death, and reincarnation. In the Galactic series of paintings, Ruscheva's heritage is a starting point for examining universal ideas.
New York-based artist Alyssa Monks forces us to confront deep feelings of anguish in her newest series titled It's All...
Open one of Remington Robinson‘s Altoids tins and you'll discover a museum meant for a miniature masterpiece.
Inspired by the timeless quality of traditional paintings, Polish artist Damian Lechoszest creates realistic portraits that are enveloped with a sense of nostalgia. His many different subjects—who range from young to old—wear distinct clothing with classical silhouettes and historical details, making it hard to pinpoint the era they belong to.
Artist Irene Pérez blends realism with the utterly surreal in large-scale paintings that delve into the psyche of the human...
Devoid of color, black and white images can have a nostalgic, and sometimes serious effect, on their subjects.