Ashley Oubré is a self-taught artist who creates photorealist graphite drawings that confound their viewers while exploring themes that reflect her perspective on social struggles around the world. Continue Reading
Lesley Frenz of Artsy Forager brings us the still life paintings of UK artist Mary Jane Ansell. Continue Reading
Lesley Frenz takes us to the work of London based photographer Noemie Goudal, and reminds us of how easily our imaginations are transported as children.
Lesley Frenz of ArtsyForager.com introduces us to San Francisco artist Mary Button Durell, who uses simple tracing paper to create beautifully simple yet amazing sculptures. Continue Reading
For many artists, the act of creation isn’t just about projecting an image onto a canvas. Artists like Jen Garrido understand that often, it’s more about pulling a hidden entity out of the mist. Continue Reading
Lesley Frenz of ‘The Artsy Forager’ delves into the work of Mexican-born Memphis artist Fidencio Martinez whose paintings tend to deal with feelings of social alienation, assimilation and isolation. Continue Reading
That cute art nerd behind the website ‘Artsy Forager’, talks about her latest obsession with the work of Artist, Eri Cahan who captures skies in the saturated color of bliss. Or at least the colors I imagine I’d tear out of the crayola box should someone ask me to draw bliss. Ah, enough about what I think… Continue Reading
For most of us, Crayola crayons were our very first artistic tools. Whether it was those thick, fat ones perfect for uncoordinated, chubby little hands to grip or the de-luxe 64 pack with the built-in sharpener, those colorful little sticks were our first glimpse into the world of artistic expression… Continue Reading
I can honestly say I didn’t know I would find art in the middle of a toilet paper roll. But there’s no denying this is amazingly intricate business. Parisian Artist & Illustrator, Anatassia Elias is the mastermind behind these tiny worlds. Continue Reading
Our new collaborator, Lesley Frenz is introducing us to loads of new artists…starting with Hope Gangloff, whose paintings capture every day moments of ordinary people. Continue Reading
Sometimes you see art so stunning being created that it doesn’t leave you with much to else to say. That’s what happened after I watched a video of French street artists Žilda and Rö reinterpreting L’assassinat de Marat (The Assassination of Marat), a painting by Jean-Joseph Weerts.
Pop Art your Valentine’s Day with some Robert Indiana inspired swag. Here are some of our favorite gifts inspired by the famous sculpture in Philadelphia’s Love Park. After all, art is a beautiful expression of our inward desires.