A conversation with Canadian acrylic artist Erin Armstrong about a challenging nature of being a young artist, incorporating contemporary tools while working with traditional, and remaining authentic and true to herself.
Jessica Lavadour creates hyperrealistic resin and acrylic coastal line paintings heavily inspired by beautiful Oregon nature.
American artist Miro Hoffmann addresses post-Katarina farm life, climate change, access to food and water, in a series of thought-provoking acrylic and oil landscape paintings.
Latvian visionary Alvīne Bautra creates hypnotizing oil portraits that capture stillness and movement of their female subjects.
Young American artist Jesse Lane creates photorealistic large-scale paintings using an underrepresented medium - colored pencils.
Iranian artist duo Farzaneh and Bahareh Safarani create simple realistic oil paintings with deep emotional meaning in a style called "video painting".
British artist Liam Cobb creates accurate architectural illustrations exploring the space around human beings and their relationship with it.
Hyper-realistic portraits of young women, captured in oils and airbrushed acrylics, mesmerize the viewer with their power, freshness, and honesty.
Emotional uncertainty in interpreting British artist Tomas Harker's paintings makes his work fascinating and engaging to every individual observer.