Nature is full of dazzling plant life that often goes underappreciated. Painter Kateryna Mazhuha, however, employs a spectacular effect to bring out the best in each of her organic subjects. The Illinois-based artist captures pine cones, flower bouquets, and other plant life in oil paintings that appear as though they are being viewed in tunnel vision. In this unique approach, Mazhuha orients her subject in the middle of the canvas.
Oneida Indian Nation Debuts Art Installation of Illuminated Tipis, Offering Messages of Remembrance and Peace
The Oneida Indian Nation has debuted an art installation that raises awareness while sharing messages of peace and hope with...
You don’t need to have a green thumb or a lot of space to start your own garden.
Every city has its own unique personality, which is evident in the buildings that line the streets. Polish architect Maja Wrońska captures the spirit of different cities in and outside of Europe in her ongoing series of vibrant watercolor paintings. Originally from Zyrardow, Poland, the artist trained as an architect at Warsaw University of Technology. Afterward, she combined her love and knowledge of buildings with her passion for painting.
When suffering from a mental disorder, words can be futile in fully capturing how a particular affliction feels.
Australian artist Jessica Watts celebrates all things feminine in her series of colorful paintings.
Sometimes the experience of looking at a painting can transport you to a different time and place. And while most canvases are rooted in reality, artist Aaron Long prefers to create compositions that ignite the imagination. His series of carefully rendered oil paintings depict faraway locations inspired by the fantasy genre.
Abstract artist Tyler Foust is known for his intricate line drawings formed from one continuous, non-intersecting line.
Roughly translated as “cuteness,” kawaii is one of the most frequently used Japanese words.
From Claude Monet to Vincent van Gogh, immersive exhibitions have created a new way for people to get to know the legacies of influential artists. Mexico City's Frontón building presents yet another exhibition to remember: a one-of-a-kind immersive experience dedicated to the iconic Frida Kahlo. FRIDA is the first immersive exhibition ever created and produced in Mexico.
Have you ever wished you could step inside a work of art that was particularly mesmerizing?
It's not easy to create a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional medium, but artist An Jae-hyun shows how he does...