Bronze Bust of Mantegna attributed to Gian Marco Cavalli The artist I am featuring today is the fifteenth century painter, Andrea Mantegna, who created many magnificent religious works.  Andrea Mantegna was born into a lower working-class family in late 1490 or early 1491 in Isola di Carturo a small village […]

Evie Hatch is an artist and writer whose sketchbook practice traverses her investigations into drawing, painting, pigments and paint making, as well as recording day-to-day notes. You may already be familiar with Evie from her writing here on the blog, so we’re thrilled to feature a deeper look into her […]

When the pandemic descended, Expandis experienced a comprehensive program of performances—and abruptly that slate was wiped cleanse. “I have a whole lot of buddies that did die that initial 12 months,” he says. “I started to panic and look at that this was happening to every person at the same […]

“This blend is a smaller excerpt we set together, choosing some tracks that we really loved enjoying out all through our established at Fly Open Air and the album release parties we have performed around the past 2 earlier weekends. Glimpsing amongst some 90s Residence items, and modern-day gems and […]

“I am encouraged by anything and every thing, no matter whether it truly is music, the landscape, how I am feeling on a certain working day or just daily life.” By Increase Art | 19 Jul 2022 Carrie Jean Goldsmith has just lately joined Rise Artwork, bringing her portfolio of […]

At the moment on view at Roq la Rue Gallery in Seattle, Washington is artist Camille Rose Garcia’s solo exhibition, “Nereids of Mare Medusae.” “I consider the human occasions of the previous several several years has still left me stargazing and ocean wandering as a survival approach. I just cannot only […]

Denny Busyet is a grasp of the 80s and 90s retro aesthetics. A single search at his artworks and you are transported back in time, listening to your vinyl data or feeding your tough-attained cash to an insatiable arcade machine. So how does Denny do it? Nicely, preserve reading and […]

The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai (1829-1832) When I think about Japanese printmakers I think about the three eighteenth century masters of that genre.  There was Hokusai with his well known print The Great Wave off Kanagawa. Rain Showers at Shō Hiroshige Then there was Hiroshige with his many […]