The majority of her work is created with women empowerment in mind. Through her work, Gala Semenova is voicing social, cultural, and personal challenges most women encounter on a daily basis without being heard or understood.
I’ve been following Chelsea’s seed pods art since the beginning, her work is absolutely enchanting! She’s being called a Queen of Seed Pods – rightfully so. To this day, I haven’t seen anything like this in the global art scene.
How to find a group of people you will ‘vibe’ with? Who to ask for help or advice when you’re stuck on the idea, can’t find the right medium, or get lost with the business processes? Listen to a panel discussion with a group of artists Art Dart
If you are skeptical about NFT like I am this episode of ITAS podcast is for you. I’m talking to Emily Drewry, Director of Marketing at one if the fastest growing NFT platforms Voice.com
Each of Betsy Silverman’s collages involves an intensive search for images with the correct value, intensity, and hue, as well as printed words to represent a new photorealist form with layered meanings.
The conversation I had with Michelle Lubin, a.k.a. MD Ferrera, is the one that will inspire you and restore your faith in yourself as an artist. Like myself, Michelle is a huge mental wellness advocate. She’s raw and emotional, and incredibly self-aware.
Another influential woman in art history might have been overlooked by many. Beatrice Wood played a significant role in the Dada movement, had a romance with Marcel Duchamp, and inspired the character of Rose in James Cameron’s Titanic. She lived to be 105 years old and was a working artist till almost the end.
OMA (Opening Minds Through Art) enables people with dementia to assume new roles as artists and teachers and leave a legacy of beautiful artwork. It has been widely replicated and continues to grow across and beyond the United States.
Key Dyer is part of the sticker art community that creates art on standard 228 USPS shipping labels. The movement is so widespread and collaborative and that it’s not uncommon to see one artist’s work stuck to a STOP sign somewhere across the globe. What does USPS think about this art movement? Listen to the whole episode to find out!