Retired baseball-player-turned-artist Blake McFarland creates sculptures of animals that are an enticing mixture of wood and epoxy resin. Combining the clear shine of resin with different colors of wood, the figures showcase the elegant beauty of the creatures’ forms while highlighting the materials and McFarland’s mastery of skills. One of McFarland’s latest pieces is The Whale, a title that speaks for itself.
For over 30 years, Lorenzo Quinn has wowed the world with his creative artwork.
It’s said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and Kirsty Mitchell is certainly feeling that right now.
Unlike oil and acrylic, watercolor can often feel like it has a life of its own. And while some artists find this aspect of the medium challenging, others find the unpredictability a source of creative inspiration. Painter Ali Cavanaugh harnesses these mysterious qualities in her series of exquisite watercolor portraits, which capture different subjects in moments of introspection. Cavanaugh received a degree in painting from Michigan's Kendall College of Art and Design, specializing in oil.
Colored pencils are often associated with childhood, but with the adult coloring book craze, it's clear that grown-ups like to...
Animals and nature are united in the art of Michael Jones.
The art of Munich-based painter David Ambarzumjan contains two pictures on one canvas. His ongoing series called Brushstrokes in Time juxtaposes present-day scenes of life on Earth with a view of the planet from a vastly different time period. Now, the artist adds to this creative experiment in the Miniature Collection, which places exquisite landscapes in an outer space setting. Ambarzumjan utilizes the power of a single broad brushstroke to convey the surreal image.
Artist Elicia Edijanto creates watercolor art with a nostalgic quality.
Energy flows across the canvases of artist Foster Sakyiamah.
Performance art has often been used as a way to comment on social issues. And with a war raging in Ukraine, a group of New York artists made their voices heard at one of the city's foremost museums. On Saturday, March 5, they entered the Guggenheim during peak visiting hours and released 350 paper planes from the top of the museum's rotunda.
The animal kingdom is made up of numerous creatures with unique anatomies and colors.
Instead of carving statues from one material, Young-Deok Seo creates sculptures by fusing hundreds of tiny components together.