Postwar American Woman Painter

Helen Frankenthaler (December 12, 1928 – December 27, 2011) was an American abstract expressionist painter. She was a major contributor to the history of postwar American painting. Having exhibited her work for over six decades (early 1950s until 2011), she spanned several generations of abstract painters while continuing to produce vital and ever-changing new work

City Landscape on Loneliness Abstract Pattern

Using large, swift brushstrokes and irregular splatters, Korean artist Jieun Park reveals urban landscapes hidden beneath the surface of her paintings. From a distance, the broad strokes are simply a bundle of abstract lines. However, upon closer inspection, bits of an urban landscape emerge from the seemingly haphazard marks

Lego for Making Fun, and Play Sculpture

Sculptor Sean Kenney started playing with LEGOs as a kid and has developed a highly impressive collection since then. Now, he’s one of 11 LEGO Certified Professionals who creates modern sculptures for a living. “I just chuckle at the age recommendations printed on the LEGO boxes as I tear them open,” the artist told TOPIC. “I remember when I was very little, I took fear when I heard the Toys ‘R’ Us jingle, ‘I don’t want to grow up, I’m a Toys ‘R’ Us kid,’ because it made me realize that some day I’d grow up and never like toys. Fortunately for me, it never happened.”

Disney in The Dark Humor

One of epic Banksy’s art works is Dismaland, it may not be the happiest place on earth, but Banksy‘s new Dismaland Bemusement Park promises to be a thrilling pop-up destination for lovers of art, rides and games, and dark humor. Billed as a “family theme park unsuitable for children” and “a festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism,” the street artist’s latest project offers “an alternative to the sugar-coated tedium of the average family day out,” according to the park’s website

Performance Art and Marking of Momentum

Tony Orrico’s work has reached mass circulation for its ingenuity within the vernacular of performance and conceptual drawing. He uses his own somatic research , Symmetry and Suspension as point of entry into his visual practice. He is interested in organized consciousness and applications of the body to a surface, object, or course

Fiber Art Today, and Longing for High End Craft Object

American fiber artist with a nomadic studio practice (primarily splitting her time between the U.S. and Spain). Originally from Baltimore, she attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received her BFA in Fiber and Material Studies. Shortly after graduating in 2013, Sarah discovered her love for embroidery almost by accident and the hobby quickly turned into her full-time career. Sarah primarily works from home in New Hampshire

King Arthur for to Refuse Disneyfication

After leaving Swansea College of Art in 1991 Rubin initially worked as an arts and crafts instructor at a mental health day care centre in the Rhondda valleys where he was ran recreational art projects with clients. From there he went on to work as the arts department team leader at the Arts Factory, a community owned and run business based in the Rhondda where I designed and oversaw the production of a wide range of community art projects

Disney Scene’s Mural for Genuine Joy

Jennifer Treece is great mother, she was spent 60 hours for accomplished her mural for her daughter Gianna. The mural is inspired by the 2010 Disney movie Tangled, and showcases a romantic boat scene of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider. What is deeply happiness? gave something special for your loving “It gives me genuine joy…It’s like I’m transported into my favourite worlds and I get to create my very own scenes in them. It feels magical” said Jennifer

Ian Davenport’s Dripping Painting

There’s something oddly satisfying about watching paint slowly drip down a canvas. It’s unexplainable, yet mesmerizing, to view the viscous pigment crawl its way to the flood, puddling in a colorful mess. English artist Ian Davenport plays with these concepts in his series Poured Lines and Puddle Painting

Preserved Nature by Drawing Landscape

Zaria’s drawings convey the urgency of climate change by connecting people to the beauty of remote landscapes. Her most recent achievements include participation in Banksy’s Dismaland (Aug-Sep 2015), a solo exhibition at Winston Wächter Fine Art in New York City (Sep-Oct 2015), and a four week art residency in Antarctica aboard the National Geographic Explorer (Nov-Dec 2015)