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“Fragments” by Photographer Paul Yem

A wonderful series by photographer Paul Yem. Created out of a sense of curiosity and self-reflection, “Fragments” is an attempt to dwell within the subconscious — to conjure a memory pulled...

Join PAFA This Fall for a Unique and Flexible Art-School Experience

 Colossal #sponsor The Annual Student Exhibition is an academic capstone event offering PAFA’s emerging artists the opportunity to curate, install, and sell their own work in America’s first art museum. All images...

An Anxious Bird Braves His Fear of Flying in a Charming Animated Short

 Animation #birds #puppets #short film #stop motion #video April 14, 2021 Grace Ebert https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1fWZocaqJE Dougal is a nervous little bird with an overwhelming dread for an activity he’s supposed to instinctively enjoy: he’s afraid to fly. A charming short...

Creatures of Hope: Cheery Illustrated Monsters Strut through New York City Streets

 Illustration Photography #COVID-19 #monsters #new york city April 14, 2021 Grace Ebert Soho (2019). All images © Loe Lee, shared with permission Friendly monsters with enthusiastic grins and pastel fur and feathers have been sauntering through the streets...

Stranded: Striking Aerial Footage Flies Over Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall Volcano as It Erupts

 Photography #aerial #Iceland #landscapes #lava #video #volcanoes April 14, 2021 Grace Ebert  A few weeks ago we shared these dramatic photographs of Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall volcano as spews molten rock into the air, and a new short film by French...

Drawn to the Action, and Drawing It

Drawing movement in constantly changing scenes takes observation, memory, and an indispensable toolkit — and artist Cynthia Barlow Marrs is always ready. By John A. Parks British-American artist Cynthia Barlow Marrs makes elegant semiabstract...

Painting Rocks in Oil by Albert Handell

Painting rocks and other natural subjects, for me, is a matter of contrasts and harmonized similarities. Contrasts can consist of lights and darks, large and small areas, and sharp edges, lost...

How to Make Money as an Artist: A Guide

Whether you’re just starting to sell your art or ready to go full-time, don’t miss these tips on pricing, sales, marketing, and living as a professional artist. How to make money as...

Peter Gehrman – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

A collection of personal work from Gothenburg-based illustrator Peter Gehrman (previously featured here). Created during the beginning of this year, “Come to me now” explores a love for open windows, night-time...

Painting Abstractions With Spontaneity and Speed

To create her lyrical abstract paintings, Filomena de Andrade Booth uses experimentation and an ever-changing, often improvisational process. by Maria Seda-Reeder Back in the mid-60s, Filomena de Andrade Booth’s goal was to attend...

Paint with Intuitive Shapes in Landscapes

Six strategies for keeping your work fresh, plus a start-to-finish demo exploring an inventive approach to landscapes. By Dale Laitinen Dale Laitinen, watercolor artist, shares his strategies for setting up the conditions in...

Flowers Mutate into Peculiar Blossoms in 18th-Century-Style Paintings by Laurent Grasso

 Art #bronze #flowers #oil painting #painting #sculptures April 13, 2021 Grace Ebert “Future Herbarium,” distemper on wood, 33.5 x 24 x 4.2 centimeters. Photo by Claire Dorn, courtesy of Perrotin. All images © Laurent Grasso, shared with permission In...

Tomorrow’s Talent Book Vol. II

Thank you to everyone who has pre-ordered our new book! The special pre-sale is only available until Friday so if you want the deal, you gotta be quick! Tomorrow’s Talent Vol....

Figurative Wool Sculptures by Nastassja Swift Explore the Memories and Narratives of Blackness

 Art #felt #fiber art #sculpture #self-portrait #wool April 13, 2021 Grace Ebert Detail of “Passage, when momma lets my braids flow down my back,” wool, synthetic braiding hair, wood, plaster, resin, satin. Collaborators are Kiki Jewell, Nyja Amos,...

Candid Moments Captured in Vintage Photos Are Magnified in Mohamed L’Ghacham’s Murals

 Art #found photographs #murals #public art #street art April 13, 2021 Grace Ebert “Confinamiento” (2019), Cheste, Valencia, Spain. All images © Mohamed L’Ghacham, shared with permission Whether depicting a birthday party or a child’s first steps, the expressive...

“The Riesthal Gardens” by Photographer Anne Immelé

Based in Mulhouse, France, photographer and educator Anne Immelé, Ph.D., photographs the community garden where she tends land with her family and friends in her series, “The Riesthal Gardens.” Typically located...

Capture 2021:

Yumna Al-Arashi Yumna Al-Arashi is a Yemeni-Egyptian-American artist currently based in Zürich. She studied Social Inquiry at The New School in New York City, as well as Zuürich University of the...

Graphite Portraits Distort and Intertwine Subjects to Visualize Metaphors of the Body

 Art Illustration #anatomy #drawing #graphite #portraits #surreal April 12, 2021 Grace Ebert All images © Miles Johnston, shared with permission Malmö, Sweden-based artist Miles Johnston portrays subjects whose figures are in states of flux, whether through fragmented bodies, multiplied faces,...

Figures Experience Constraint and Confinement in Bronze Sculptures by Khaled DAWWA

 Art #bronze #clay #sculpture April 12, 2021 Grace Ebert “Sans titre” (2020), bronze, 35 x 14 x 13 centimeters. All images © Khaled DAWWA, shared with permission Whether folded into a box, bound by cords, or fragmented...

150,000 Hearts Representing Lives Lost to Coronavirus in the UK Line the COVID Memorial Wall in London

 Art History Photography #COVID-19 #health #heart #memorial #public art April 12, 2021 Grace Ebert All photos © Henri Calderon for Colossal Nearly 500 meters of small, red hearts will soon cover an expanse of concrete facing the River Thames in London....

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