Gemma Kauffman has recently joined Rise Art, bringing her expressive abstract paintings to the platform. Gemma has an individual approach to painting; she meditates to dive deep within her consciousness, channeling spontaneous expression. Unhindered by the intellect her work expresses
Artist Jennifer Morrison creates beautiful, hyper-realistic colored pencil drawings. Follow along to Jennifer’s video tutorial as she shares her process for drawing a hyper-realistic hydrangea using Lyra Rembrandt Polycolor pencils.
- Strathmore 400 Series Printmaking Paper, 280gsm, medium textured soft
Let Things Slip a Little—Temporarily
Think about the way that the holidays upend your normal eating habits. It’s perfectly natural to be eating and drinking things that are not part of your usual diet, such as egg nog, cookies, and
Amadine is a vector graphic design app that’s available on MacOS, iPad and iPhone.
Price of the app is US $29.99 for a single license, US $49.99 for a family (5) license and US $29.99 or US $9.99/year for iPad/iPhone
In 1940, William Dobell (1899-1970) returned to Australia after ten years in Europe. He completed The Cypriot (illustrated) that same year, a portrait of his friend Aegus Gabrielides. Was it the first major painting he produced, and what is the
My new brush set from Rosemary & Co Brushes has some variations from my original brush set as my painting technique has evolved, mostly due to the master copies I’ve been doing the last couple years of Van Dyke and
Afro-Atlantic Histories: Drumming Performance by Le Ballet Dembaya
Thu, 12/08/2022 – 12:12
In conjunction with the opening of the exhibition Afro-Atlantic Histories, joins us for a drumming performance by Le Ballet Dembaya!
Le Ballet Dembaya is dedicated to
Jota Mombaça’s moving installation evokes the undulating motion of tides, imbuing the seas with an omniscient voice that warns of the cruelties inflicted by humans. THE SINKING SHIP/PROSPERITY (all works 2022), is part of an ongoing series of the same
“TEXTURES” of “The New Black Vanguard”: A Glimpse into the Intersection of Artists Musing on Black Hair | by Cleveland Museum of Art | CMA Thinker
By Dr. Tameka Ellington, Speaker, Author, and Cocurator of “TEXTURES: the history and art of Black hair”
People of African descent have hair that is like no other race of people. It is the number one racial identifier, skin tone