Creative block is an experience every artist goes through. How do you push through to the other side? Kate Kelly mines personal experience to find tips and tricks that will get...
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Drawing on her 20-year career, Artrepreneur artist Kim Matthews shares her story to show how art appreciation can enrich your life.
From a distinctive Parisian childhood steeped in creativity to spiritual explorations that aim to give her adult life meaning, painter Linda Clerget opens up about how she...
In sustainable art, artists bring attention to the most pressing issues of our time, whether in their practice, over a body of work or in a single, arresting image.
Sustainable artist Nicole Young creates her work from foraged pigments and recycled materials. Learn more about her process and discover her recipe for copper oxide ink.
Meet stone sculptor Robin Antar, the first female artist exhibited at Pop International Gallery in New York City and a prolific chronicler of post-9/11 American identity in pop...
Magical gals and their spooky pals: That’s how artist Sierra Leitner of Moonbound Studio describes the characters whose worlds she dreams up in her digital paintings.
Belgian photographer Axelle VM Philtjens’ fascination with Polaroid photography is a family affair.
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Artist Kevin Clancy unravels the significance of fiber art and reveals three criteria collectors should keep in mind.
Artist Nicole Holloway of Newfoundland, Canada, explores feminism, the environment, and her region’s singular terrain through mixed-media and digital collages, often finding...
Meet Ethiopian artist Minas Kahsay, whose paper mosaic artworks and digital paintings both celebrate his culture and draw awareness to his country’s conflicts.
Dive into the history and contemporary applications of blue artworks with curator Jordan Baker and discover the winners of our Open Call art competition, Big Blue.
Winning artist Diva Adiwijaya brings her effervescent style in her beer can label art to Artrepreneur in collaboration with Service Brewing.
Guest curator Matt Hill illuminates the inner workings of night photography and searches the cosmos for the best of the genre.
A practitioner of Nihonga, or traditional Japanese painting, Takashi Harada hopes to impart a sense of peace with his slowed-down technique.
Honolulu-based artist Lauren Hana Chai chats about how exploring her Korean heritage inspires her creativity.
Get to know photographer and painter Edward Bock, who began creating biology-inspired art later in life.