Stefania Tejada

In her work, Colombian artist Stefania Tejada explores the strength, power, wisdom...

Alena Shymchonak

I'm absolutely mesmerized by Alena Shymchonak's paintings. The Estonian painter uses a...

Tatsuya Tanaka

It’s been awhile since we last featured miniature diorama master Tatsuya Tanaka. I was so relieved to see that he’s continued his Miniature Calendar series, which he first began in 2011. Tatsuya is a master…

Bahati Simoens

Wow. I’m absolutely obsessed with Bahati Simoens’ paintings. The Belgium-based artist grew up admiring the works of Rousseau, Gauguin and Hockney. Later in life, Bahati combined inspiration from Black artists like Cassi Namoda and Wonder…

Niki Dionne

There's something so charming and relatable about Niki Dionne's extraordinary oil pastel...

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…

Supporting Black Artists Part 1

Shaina McCoy I love the way Shaina McCoy applies layers upon layers of oil paint in her portraits. Using her brushes as sculpting tools, the Minneapolis-based artist uses bold textures and featureless faces to evoke…

Dave Pollot’s Oil on Thrift

What strange and unsettling times we’re living in. As we continue to navigate the realities of our current health crisis, while also managing our emotional and mental health, I am seeking laughter and creative inspiration…

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…

Golsa Golchini

Well, I've certainly never seen anything like this before. Artist Golsa Golchini...

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…

The Whimsical World of Janet Hill

There’s something about Janet Hill’s illustrations that make me want to dive in and experience in her world, even if it’s for just a moment in time. The Canadian artist, a graduate of Queens University…