This week on Top Artist Podcast we chat with embroidery artist Sarah K. Benning on her successful professional journey and about how her work has changed along the way. We loved chatting with Benning about her decision to leave her retail job when she noticed her embroidery became more profitable. She tells us about managing an 80-hour workweek to fill an Etsy shop, pursue new projects, and to keep up with demand.
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with artist Ian Berry about his creative process and the way...
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk to photographer and game designer Liam Wong about his cinematic photography.
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk to sculptor Ben Young about his incredible glass and concrete sculptures and how he began making these unique pieces. He explains how boating and water sports were an important part of his life for a long time, but a family trip first introduced him to the glass art that would later define his career.
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk to photographer Sophie Gamand about her various dog photography series and...
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor about his incredible work and the...
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with painter Omar Ortiz about his shockingly realistic paintings. Ortiz specializes in hyperrealistic female nudes often accompanied by more abstract backgrounds. Ortiz shares that he has always been interested in technique and precision. He experimented with airbrushing in university because it allowed him to achieve a texture and blurriness common to the realism he is now known for.
Photographer Richard Silver has a talent for capturing space in unique and unexpected ways.
From exotic landscapes to out-of-this-world food art, photographer Navid Baraty’s portfolio features a wide range of subjects.
There are few artists who can say they started their own art movement. Erin Hanson—the founder of Open-Impressionism—is one of them. Unlike other types of oil painting, Hanson’s signature style of impressionism does not layer or blend paint. Instead, every element is painted with great intention, resulting in “chunky” brushstrokes of bold colors. These single-layer compositions typically depict the Western American landscapes that first inspired her painting career.
For the past few years, photographer Omar Z.
On this week's Top Artist Podcast, we're thrilled to welcome legendary photographer Steve McCurry.