Photographer Paul Brouns of the Netherlands calls this shot Venice of the North. He’s inspired by the rhythm, lines and color patterns of an abstract geometrical world. He nails these abstracts and his color sense is a joy.
Jason Walker bases his thought-provoking ceramic works on his experiences bicycle touring, backpacking and daily hikes as he explores the widening gap between civilization and the naturel world. On the River, Down the Road at Bellevue Arts Museum focuses on the ruthless erosion of nature by a world fixated on …
These arresting illustrations are from Wroclaw-based Gosia Herba, sought after by a variety of Polish magazines. Her bold style, imaginative content and glorious colours warrant a closer look at her entire website, here.
Alexandra Kehayoglou is a wool artist based in Argentina who learned her hand-tufting techniques from Greek grandparents who brought their rug and carpet making traditions with them when they immigrated to South America.
This painting (Earthquake / Terremoto) by the late Japanese artist Tetsuya Ishida sold this month at Christie’s to a private American buyer for almost $350,000 U.S., 10 times the anticipated base price – demonstrating the never-ending popularity of this surrealist painter.