It’s fantastic when a creative tries their best to bring together two worlds and really reshape how we see the world. This is why I wanted to bring forward the work of Kansas City-based Kevin Umana who uses bright colour to stir our emotions, offering a starting point to alter our mode of thin
Los-Angeles based artist Joe Goode is recognized for his contribution to shaping the form of Southern California pop art during the 1960s. However, over more than sixty years, the artist has continued to explore the abstract textures and forms present in the everyday objects that define American cul
During the last few decades, artists and designers have increasingly been raising awareness of climate change. Such is the case of New York-based Fernando Mastrangelo, who for years has been creating sculptural objects inspired in natural settings and in how they are suffering as a result of our cur
New York-based artist Matt Connors' has been able to keep his child-like powers, producing these abstract artworks that have a strong focus on colour and shape and rely heavily on brush technique.
The work of American artist Matt Mclune explores the world through his unique abstract canvases that incorporate a variety of brush marks orientated around one or two dominant colours.
I was inspired by the work of Ted Larsen, an American artist who has been supplying commentary on minimalist belief systems and the ultimate important of High Art practice.
I’d like to turn our collective attention now to an American sculptor who has altered his medium of creativity and found heart in the art of printmaking, not through illustrations of his own but that of the natural world with an ongoing series of woodcuts from a great diversity of tree species. Th
At the turn of the year I thought I’d come through with a selection of sculptures to compliment our recent interview with American artist Patrick Dougherty. I’ve strayed away from wood however and put together a series of imagery from another American creative, the lady in question being Pamela
One thing that never ceases to amaze me is the patterns that naturally emerge here on the platform, we often go through periods of focusing on one material making it easy to get overstocked in that specific department. Recently we seem to have kept the balance just right, but not too long ago cerami
Whilst the office is quickly becoming overrun by small handcrafted miscellaneous objects it felt quite appropriate to highlight the work of ceramic artist and teacher Katy Krantz. This collection I'm highlighting today, which is titled "Found Objects", has been curated from the offcuts and unused ma
Not too many people can say they've taken over the Google homepage for a day, so American origami artist Robert J Lang is in a bit of a league of his own in that respect given his exposure on the search engine giant back on March 14th earlier this year. He also happens to be one of the most respecte
In recent months I've become really fascinated by the art of wood turning and the beautiful forms that you can create. In fact I would have featured more work here from this medium but for one frustrating problem, the most accomplished turners that I've come across have been homing their craft for t