Bahati Simoens

Wow. I'm absolutely obsessed with Bahati Simoens' paintings. The Belgium-based artist grew...

Niki Dionne

There’s something so charming and relatable about Niki Dionne’s extraordinary oil pastel drawings of women doing ordinary things. The multi-disciplinary artist created by 75 pieces of women, each with a name, reading a book, doing…

Supporting Black Artists Part 2

Cristina Martinez From a young age, Cristina Martinez’ artistic journey was rooted in richness and feminine power of her Black and Mexican heritage. She entry into the art world started with fashion illustration and eventually…

Sophie Smallhorn

I’m obsessing over British artist Sophie Smallhorn’s vibrantly colored sculptures. Made from aluminum, urethane board and acrylic and covered in saturated cellulose paints, Sophie’s three dimensional sculptures somehow ignite an urge in me to reach…

Jim Darling’s Windows

Do you prefer a window or aisle seat? For me, it’s always a window. There’s nothing better than being able to enjoy the view out of an airplane window, plus, I like having something to…

Golsa Golchini

Well, I’ve certainly never seen anything like this before. Artist Golsa Golchini is doing all kinds of amazing things with paint and digital art – and the results are just fantastic. Layers and layers of…

Terri Loewenthal’s Psychscapes

You can’t introduce an artist like Terri Loewenthal while first explaining her unique and distinctive process. While her series Psychscapes might look like double exposures, what is perhaps most impressive about her work is that each…

Kathleen Ryan’s Bad Fruit

Artist Kathleen Ryan’s life-sized moldy fruit sculptures are made using over 10,000 glass beads, semi-precious stones and pearls, each of which are attached by steel pins into polystyrene foam bases. They also represent a serious,…

The Big Bag Club

I recently spotted an XXXXXXL bag in my social media feed and it immediately stopped me in my scroll. I thought the same thing you’re probably thinking right now: WTF?! They’ve gone too far. Thankfully,…