There are so many layers of meaning to Paul Morstad’s ultra-creative works. His drawings and paintings carry semi-fictional narratives built on natural science, mythology, musicology, rumours, hyperbole and folklore. (Above: Orphan Tsunami, 22 x 30″ Watercolour, 2022) Slate Fine Art has announced Yellow Tiger Swallowtail, a new Morstad […]
Jonathan Monk’s Restaurant Drawings brings together more than 120 drawings on restaurant receipts, produced over the last year. Each receipt holds a hand-rendered artwork and is priced at the cost of the meal. “The drawings offer a diaristic glimpse inside the daily life of the artist through the […]
National Geographic and Tourism New Zealand sent Berlin-based artist Christoph Niemann to New Zealand to bring his experiences and impressions of the country alive through art.
These are Frank Lloyd Wright’s drawings and plans, from the files of architect W. Kelly Oliver, a protégé of the famed American innovator. They’re up for sale at Heritage Auctions, including the presentation drawings of the Kalita Humphreys Theater in Dallas (above), commissioned in 1954 and completed in […]
Evgeni Koroliov says people have always been his prime source of inspiration and it shows in the hyper-realistic, translucent faces he creates.
Mark Powell does extraordinary drawings on vintage envelopes dating as far back as the 1800s – this one a 1965 fold-over airmail. The London-based artist has endless facility for communicating the history of these craggy, elderly faces, in all their folds and wrinkles. Such beautiful work.