When you hear the names Andy Warhol or Roy Lichtenstein, the first thing that comes into mind is pop art. You will think of soup cans carefully crafted by Warhol or those comic strips pieces by Lichtenstein. These artists walked boldly into an art scene that only embraced abstract expressionists and decided to do art … More The Rise of Pop Art- Focus On Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein
There is just something about Trisha Keiman’s artwork! Looking at any of her pieces, you will notice bold colors and sensual lines that will automatically capture your attention. You will get a sense of spiritual connection and transfer of universal energy. It is as though you are watching a spiritual world that is free, and … More Trisha Keiman
André Derain was a French painter, theatrical designer, print maker and sculptor who lived between 1880 and 1954. He was born at Chatou in Paris. In his early life, he went to study at the Academie Carrière in Paris 1898-9. He later met Vlaminck with whom he got to share a studio by 1900. During his … More André Derain
One of my art pieces, “The Metamorphosis”, was accepted for publication in the upcoming Summer 2015 issue of The Adroit Journal!!! The metamorphosis of a crane into a bird I used solely pen and ink for this piece, and drew this on an illustration board. I was inspired by a cane, and … More “The Metamorphosis” accepted to The Adroit Journal!!
Henri Matisse was born in 1869 and lived his life as an artist before he later died in 1954. He was a renowned French artist mainly for his colour use and his unique draughtsman-ship. Several artworks defined him – printmaker, sculptor and draughtsman. However, he was mainly known for his painting work. He is counted … More Henri Matisse – The Father of Fauvism