This is the story of an artist who didn’t begin her art till after her husband passed and she had free time on her hands. She was 71 and created Paper Mosaik botanical specimens: Mary Delany.
Not everyone can use their hands to paint. Imagine using other parts of your body to create art. Here are some artists that use unusual ways to make beautiful artwork.
Emerging in Scotland in the late nineteenth century, the Glasgow Boys are amongst the most celebrated Scottish artists.
Charles Burchfield, an American artist famous for his American Scene paintings of the 1920s and '30s, incorporated unique symbols into his work to express moods, sounds, movement, and sensations.
The first article in a series celebrating the diverse and unique art of famous Australian Illustrators and Painters. Let me introduce: d'Arcy W Doyle.
This is the story of Elizabeth Siddal, model for the Pre-Raphaelites and artist in her own right. She died tragically of an overdose of laudanum after her daughter was stillborn.
This article highlights the sights and sounds of the Second Saturday Artwalk in Sacramento, California. Also, the names of many local artists are mentioned and some information regarding specific Sacramento art galleries is offered as well.
This is a story of an artist/photographer who didn’t live long but left an indelible mark and influence for the future generations of Fine Art Photographers: Francesca Woodman, 1958-1981.
Georges Seurat is one of the most important Neo-Impressionists, considered the creator of the “pointillism”, in which small distinct points of primary colors create the impression of the other colors.
Learn about Andrew Wyeth, a famous American Contemporary Realist Painter who worked mainly in watercolor and/or egg tempera.