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Light Installation by Liz West

Light Installation by Liz West

New light installation designed by Liz West, opened this weekend at the National Media Museum of Bradford in celebration of the International Year of the light by UNESCO. From 18 July to 1 November 2015, visitors can experience the science of lights through various talented artist’s works.  
Surreal Geometric Paintings

Surreal Geometric Paintings

The illustrator Victor Fota creates this magnificent and geometric surreal oil paintings, illustrating real concepts, ideas and phenomena related to physics. The use of geometry provides a depth to the creations, bringing the observer to get pleasantly lost in the vision and imagination of the artist.  
Dreamy Neon Light Spaces by James Turrell

Dreamy Neon Light Spaces by James Turrell

The work of American artist James Turrell has recently undergone a huge retrospective at the National Gallery of Australia located in Canberra. In a very characteristic way, it immerses voids colored vivid or muted colors lights that immerse the visitor in an atmosphere related to dreams.  
Security Cameras and Satellite Dishes Art Installations

Security Cameras and Satellite Dishes Art Installations

Jakub Geltner, based in Prague, is one of the artists who participated in the event of the “Sculpture by the Sea” in Denmark, Aarhus. This Czech artist is known for his installations “nests” and parables of surveillance cameras in the nature and on the facades of public buildings. For this annual festival, he decided to...
The Ethereal Watercolor Cats

The Ethereal Watercolor Cats

The Serbian artist Endre Penovac presents a series of watercolors dedicated to cats. He depicts these cute animals illustrating their soft fur and movements with subtle tones of grey and black touches fading on art paper.  
Realistic Sculptures of Famous People

Realistic Sculptures of Famous People

Kazuhiro Tsuji is a contemporary artist living in Los Angeles, who is specializes in hyperrealism. After 25-year career as a makeup artist in Hollywood scene, Kazu decided to concentrate on his sculptures. With resin, silicone and other materials, he created portraits of famous figures such as Dali, Warhol and Lincoln.  
Movement Expression Wooden Sculptures

Movement Expression Wooden Sculptures

The artist Stefanie Rocknak created superb wooded sculptures perfectly highlighting the expression of subject movement. The impressive attention to detail can give the impression that these creations are actually animated or similar to the features of a photograph lines.  
Incredible Miniature Paintings

Incredible Miniature Paintings

Micro-Art is a technique that requires a good dose of precision and talent. Turkish artist Hasan Kale is one of those artists who show us how this art can be fantastic. On parcels of food or on scraps of objects, he will paint, to the last detail, tiny landscapes and portraits.  
Woman and Her Blue Silk Veil Paintings

Woman and Her Blue Silk Veil Paintings

Erin Cone is well known for his figurative paintings, where she render for stylish women the hidden faces. Her paintings so singular mix very well executed where draped blue silk that contrast with raw and minimalist shapes on white or gray background.  
Intimate Portraits Revealing the Lives of Famous Artists

Intimate Portraits Revealing the Lives of Famous Artists

Unframed Artists is a book of portraits found in the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, by curator Merry Foresta. More than 100 old photos show the intimacy and family life of great artists such as Picasso next to his daughter Maya, John Lennon posing with Andy Warhol and Yoko Ono, or Frida Kahlo lying in bed....