Tag: illustration

  • Curtain Room Still by Joas Nebe

    Curtain Room Still by Joas Nebe

    ‘It’s a never-ending game of disintegration. I challenge the viewer by not living up to their expectations. I am denying the  satisfaction of solving the riddle, hidden within the depth of my  artwork.’ By turning his filmic cabinet of curiosity into an intriguing jigsaw puzzle of hybrid geometric patterns, Joas Nebe teases the…

  • Artwork By Emily Stedman

    Artwork By Emily Stedman

    Born in New York City, Emily Stedman’s family moved to France when she was in first grade. She currently lives in New York City and is represented at NOHO/M55 Gallery. Her colorful watercolor paintings explore imagined and actual narratives in the world around her. Links: emilystedman.com Instagram: @nepperhan_watercolors facebook.com/emily.stedman

  • Secret Garden By Karina Brzostowski

    Secret Garden By Karina Brzostowski

    Born in Poland, Karina Brzostowski was raised in France where she studied Art at University (BA Arts). She also spent many years in the U.K before relocating in Dubai with her partner. Visit her instagram: @mademoiselle.karina

  • Art By Maddie Bartley

    Art By Maddie Bartley

    *Click on photo to enlarge Maddie Bartley was born in Louisville, KY and attended Murray State University for her BFA in printmaking. Earned her MFA at Syracuse University in 2016. Presently living in Buffalo, NY to focus on her freelance and studio practices. Visit madelinebartley.com or Instagram: @propagationprints

  • Paintings By Smita Sonthalia

    Paintings By Smita Sonthalia

    Smita Sonthalia lives in London and has been practising art for 18 years, a contemporary artist. She draws inspiration from nature, spiritualism and women. Most of her paintings are mixed media and acrylic on canvas. She experiments with textures, layers, inks, lines, patterns in her works to create something different.…

  • Vanitas By Kim Dijkstra

    Vanitas By Kim Dijkstra

    In a society based on over-consumption, Kim Dijkstra tries to reveal the intrinsic quality in the things that we seem to value least. How well do we really know the things we carelessly discard or throw away? Must we not bring them to life and form a bond with them?…

  • Where The Peacock Can Dance Free By Subhajit Naskar

    Where The Peacock Can Dance Free By Subhajit Naskar

    The legitimacy of homosexuality/trans-sexuality is a law just passed in India. People from the queer community are still seen through the same point of view by the society. As usual, they are bullied and insulted in their workplace and on the streets at random. As if that was not enough,…

  • Graphite on Paper by Huma Maqbool

    Graphite on Paper by Huma Maqbool

    Huma Maqbool was born in 1986 in Lahore. She graduated in Philosophy from University of Karachi, in 2014 and did her M.A. Visual Arts from National College of Art, 2018. Now, apart from teaching arts at Lahore Grammar School, she does her art practice in her studio bases in Lahore.…

  • First Hydrangea By Lisa D’Amico

    First Hydrangea By Lisa D’Amico

    Lisa D’Amico’s goal is to inspire others to look more carefully at the world around them and to explore beauty in unexpected places. For her, every new photograph is a deep breath and new beginning to tell a story. Links: lisadamico.net Instagram: @lisadamicoartist