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There's a lot to be said about women's portrayal in both art and media. But while images of women in contemporary art might reflect society's views of them, some artists choose to turn these images on their head, provoking the viewer and raising questions about the complex politics of identity. https://www.instagram.com/p/CGXg0CpsESO/
Art doesn't need to represent reality in order for it to say something true about the world and the ways we experience it. Case in point: Grit Richter's surrealist art. Spanning across a variety of mediums (anything from traditional oil paintings to light installations), her work explores representations of shared memories and collective experiences.
When it comes Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski's mixed media art, there are two main ingredients: rainbows and eyes. Her work spanning across a variety of mediums, which includes video, performance, and installation, DeJesus Moleski explores questions of identity and femininity through the see of colors and symbolism. https://www.instagram.com/p/CE7XvP1FjPP/ “I’m curious about...
Color therapy (or chromotherapy) is a concept that dates back to ancient Egyptians, using color and light to balance the body's so-called "energy centers", also known chakras. And though graphic designer and digital artist Alycia Rainaud might not have intended for her work to be therapeutic, her vibrant digital illustrations provide just the splash of color our Instagram feed...
Sonia Alins describes her work as "visual poetry"—a visual exploration of thoughts and feelings, dreams and nightmares. Born in Spain, where she spent most of her life in close proximity to the Mediterranean sea, Alins' work is very much inspired by seawater, incorporating translucent elements into her illustrations. “I was born near the Mediterranean sea...
With collage art, the process is just as important as the finished piece. Beth Hoeckel knows best. Based in Austin TX, Hoeckel loves rummaging through vintage publications ranging from the 1920s to the 1970s, in the search for just the right material for each piece. “I love to mindlessly flip through pages and then...
Oftentimes, truth lingers in the in-betweens—in abstract forms and unsaid words. Such is Maysha Mohamedi's art. Though abstract, it manages to capture the essence of the world around us. “I want to make paintings that feel very true,” said the Iranian-American artist in an interview with Matter of Hand. For Mohamedi, truth is intuitive....
At its best, art provides us with a chance to experiment with different mediums and techniques, introducing play into our otherwise mundane existence. Ruby Silvious know best. Inspired by her surroundings, she produces incredible pieces of art out of sheer waste, proving that one man's trash is, indeed, another man's treasure. A talented painter,...
3D artist and designer David Milan is all about having a good time. His work — bright, glossy, and playful — is a creative experiment with typography unfolding in front of our very eyes. “I love working and experimenting with colors, textures, shapes, and forms,” he writes on his website. “I’m always looking for new projects.”
Croatian artist Dino Tomic may be best known for his fascinating tattoo and pencil drawings, but his recent work, celebrities in different cartoon styles, is what caught our attention. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-uWtifBIB6/ Tomic describes himself as self-taught and his love for drawing began in kindergarten, but he didn't take it seriously...

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