The Guggenheim museum highlights one of my favourite abstract artists today, Vasily Kandinsky (1866 Moscow – 1944, France). This work is a reverse oil painting on glass in an artist’s painted frame.
Time to appreciate this Rolls Royce Phantom V, delivered to John Lennon in 1965. The Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria has held the car, and sent it frequently on tour, since 1992. It took the Beatles to Buckingham Palace to receive their MBEs in 1965, although it […]
No, not eggs, although those are definitely egg cartons. Guess again. This is Hatchery, by London-based artist Viviana Troya, made up of hundreds of identical ceramic models of the Virgin Mary’s head.
Christina Sealey explores the mysterious qualities of light at night and in darkness in her latest series of paintings.
Toronto artist Nep Sidhu explores the resilience of Sikh communities through large-scale textiles and metalwork, including this 220-inch-by-108-inch tapestry which references the attack on the Sikh holy site the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab.
In the wake of news there is yet another ice storm coming, this sketch of the tropical coast of New Zealand’s north island was just the thing. Artist Murray Dewhurst posted it on UrbanSketchers, a site you should browse if you aren’t already.