In an interview with Canadian artist Alex Fischer, the artist discusses the array of media he uses, the importance of challenging creativity, and the hardships of being a contemporary artist.
American artist Brent Estabrooks inspire feelings of child-like joy with a series of hyperrealistic paintings of stuffed animals and toys.
Spanish visionary Armando Rabadán explores colors and space in a series of unique paintings, inspired by Japanese origami, landscapes, and architecture.
In an interview with MINUS37, Italian artist and photographer Massimo Colonna shares tidbits about his artistic journey, talks about NOT attending his first gallery show, and shares some tips for young emerging artists like himself.
Spanish illustrator Jana Medina portrays nature, female portraits and figure in minimalistic watercolor and pencil drawings.
French artist duo Martinet & Texereau present highly realistic pencil drawings of ordinary spaces and places: houses, various buildings, gardens, rooms.
Within the top two percent of American artistry resides Andrea Kowch and her storytelling hyperrealistic modernism paintings.
Italian self-taught artist Dario Maglionico explores the routine reality of passing past and present moments in his fragmented paintings in oil on canvas.
Drawing attention to the realities of living in a time of overwhelming technologies and constant environmental change, artist Virginia Wagner exposes the shared feelings of humans.
British artist Athena Anastasiou works in portrait painting and explores the color, form, and texture by working in large formats with vibrant color palettes.