During a recent battle, a museum near the beloved Ukrainian painter’s hometown burned to the ground, reportedly ruining about 25 of her works.
From crushed beer cans and broken shoes to smoke detectors and old keyboards, the world’s trash is a canvas for Mariah Reading.
We spoke to Omar bin Laden about his traumatic youth, and his artistic fascination with the Wild West.
Poet, painter, and naturalist Obi Kaufmann shares an optimistic view of nature even as the human impact on the planet grows larger.
It's the first clear evidence for the ingestion of hallucinogens at a rock art site.
The "Joy of Painting" is 30 years old, but it's never felt more necessary today.
From walls to galleries, John Kaye’s work is filled with callbacks to his humble beginnings on the streets.
Tess and I often spoke about going to Iceland. But cancer intervened.
“How many times in your life have you seen your Prime Minister painted on a wall in a funny, satirical manner? Probably never. Maybe nobody has the courage to do it. Maybe nobody thinks it's important enough. But I think otherwise.”
The artist's upcoming L.A. show draws inspiration from the egg caricatures her great-grandfather used to draw.
Ahead of his debut at Artexpo in New York, we talked to Nikuguso Tarou about art, comedy, and keeping it 'kawaii.'