‘Food is Art / Art is Food’ is the latest exhibition at the Glen Arbor Arts Center. Set to run… Read More
English artist Damien Hirst’s latest project, “The Currency”, is an artwork in two forms. Its physical form is 10,000 unique hand-painted A4 sheets covered in colourful dots. In the same way as paper money, each sheet includes a holographic image of Hirst, a signature, a microdot and – in place of a serial number – a small individual message.
Art can be expressed in many different ways, especially with the arrival of new tech innovations in today’s modern world… Read More
Break free of British sensibility.
It’s difficult to go very far and not run into an illustrated character that hasn’t breached the confines of its… Read More
Artists are constantly exploring new mediums to create with, and as technology continues to develop, art follows a similar trajectory… Read More
GSA Graduate Showcase 2021 demonstrates role of creativity in tackling major issues facing the world today
Students at The Glasgow School of Art have demonstrated the importance of bringing creativity and innovation to the most pressing issues facing society in Graduate Showcase 2021 which is now live at www.gsashowcase.net .
Glass blowing is a timeless art that traces back to the 1st century BC. Humans have appreciated items like delicate… Read More
The saying a picture is worth a thousand words is very applicable to famous paintings and their critical deconstruction. The… Read More
Photo credit: Twitter.com The Red Cross is an organization that is part of an international humanitarian effort. Today, known as… Read More
Shasha Cherkas is a Russian artist currently based in London. Upon graduating with an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art last year, having previously completed her BA in Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2018, she chose to forgo the offer of an online degree presentation as part of the RCA2020 virtual platform in favour of hope for a physical degree show at a later stage (as yet still uncertain).