If there is one thing that connects members of humanity to each other, it is the undeniable fact that we are composed of bones, muscle and skin. Taking this overlooked and underappreciated detail of our existence, artist, Noah Buchanan, is bringing intellect, classical training and anatomy back into the art scene.
Once in a great while, an artist comes along whose work is so distinctive, so unusual, so imaginative, and so colorful that it stands out from the cro...
Tattooing is undeniably both an art form and a science. An artist draws up a sketch according to the client's vision, and with that mighty little gun, they produce what we think of as either expressive masterpieces, or perennial reminders of ideas gone horribly awry.
The intense and highly remarkable idea behind his series, "Floating Cities," amongst many others, is a recipe of pure imagination, creative understanding and a touch of Sci-Fi.
Through his many series, painter and Impasto master, Steve Lyons, captures a range of emotions, stretching from Cape Cod to Berlin, and back again.
Australian artist, Helen Andronis Ibrahim, is putting her own spiritual and modern spin on earthly enlightenment.
Carmen founded the INK (I Now Know) outreach program, designed for 'at risk' individuals who carry the tattoo of a former self. As a gesture of goodwill, Tataway removes their markings for free.
I love the sea. I create bronze sculpture, which is aesthetically and spiritually inspired. The arcs and curves of my work represent the motion of the sea. The sea feels like my home; I live by it, I swim it in and I sculpt next to it.
You might question how a portrait sculptor who trained in fine art sculpture and used traditional techniques such as carving, modelling and casting, ended up using new technologies such as his iPad as a tool too carve out a new direction in the development of his artwork.
For most of us, it takes many years if not a lifetime to develop a skill. It takes even longer to refine that skill until it becomes a feasible career. If you are artist, Joshua Shultz, it only takes four short years to establish yourself in one of the hardest industries there is.
Innovations in medical education are improving the affect and effect of doctors in training. Med schools are exploring uses of big data to improve diagnosis and trend spotting while others are incorporating interdisciplinary studies to improve observation and communication skills.
These are gritty times. The economy is unstable. Racial tensions are stratospheric. Rebellion is global. Hunger abounds. The last thing we need right ...
Artist and actress, Erin Hammond could be considered the embodiment of an ambitious movie storyline. The plot: Small town girl moves to Los Angeles and thrives.
For the last 45 years, Julio has bestowed upon the world hundreds of paintings that not only tell a fantastical tale suggesting where he's been and what he's seen , but they also explore a rather exotic aspect of the human subconscious.