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The Snow Drawings of Sonja Hinrichsen

Winter doesn't necessarily have to be an uninspiring, gloomy time of the year. With the right state of mind, you can turn a wintery landscape into a piece of...

Enter Cinta Vidal Agulló’s Disorienting Spaces

Cinta Vidal Agulló's paintings might call to mind Escher's surreal artwork. Much like the Dutch artist, Vidal Agulló creates disorienting spaces that seem to defy gravity - spaces where...

Between Realism and Fantasy: Daniel Merriam’s Paintings

Daniel Merriam’s paintings walk a thin line between realism and fantasy. At times, his work reflects the landscapes of his childhood, to which he adds a surreal twist....

This is What Happens When a Fashion Designer Starts Painting

Dutch painter Roxy van Bemmel relies on her background in fashion when tending to her craft. With a degree in fashion design from ArtEZ Arnhem, Bemmel paints fashionable portraits...

These Icy Landscape Paintings Document the Effects of Climate Change

Zaria Forman documents the alarming effects of climate change in pastel colors. Stunning in their sheer realism, her landscape paintings manage to capture the many shades of blue, highlighting...

The Stained, Delibritally Unpolished, Art of Alexandra Carter

Alexandra Carter's art makes for a dashing statement. Her paintings, meant to look stained and unpolished, emphasize the effects of a visceral mark. In one series, she paints using...

The Chaotic Paintings of Jon Duff

Jon Duff's paintings are all over the place. A wonderful chaos of colors, textures, and shapes, it's hard to know where exactly to look at when encountering his art....

Hola Lou’s Art Reflects Her Surroundings

The first thing you notice when scrolling through Luisa Salas' paintings is her use of color. The second thing you notice is the abundance of geometric shapes. A former...

Serge Gay Jr. Mixes It Up

Born in Haiti and based out of San Francisco, California, artist Serge Gay Jr. has seen the world over, while his art followed suit. Influence in his work can...

Hikari Shimoda Uses Cuteness as an Artistic Tool

Hikari Shimoda’s paintings are clearly inspired by Japanese manga and anime. Centered around starry-eyed children, she dresses her characters in heroic costumes resembling Superman and magical girls, an anime...

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