Urvashi Patel from Urvashi Art Studio – British Contemporary Floral artist inspired by flowers in people’s garden during the 2020 lock-down is now creating endless joyful moments for collectors by giving new meaning to flower gifting. She says she is trying to make flowers immortal. Flower that never die!
The XXI century’s society observes how street art and graffiti serve to speak up and to debate about the problems existing in both rural and urban landscapes.
On March 1st, Reading’s residents woke to a mural of a prisoner in stripped garb escaping HM Prison Reading. While most were sure that the painting was the work of Banksy, it wasn’t until four days later that confirmation arrived via Instagram.
I love the appearance of these hybrid big cats but I can’t find more clear photos in high resolution. I wanted to create one myself and actually painted it.
The point of healing is to strip away the idea that we cannot express ourselves fully. We can do this through creating. Art is the tool that helps us to do just that — express and release. It shines a light on the parts of ourselves that we dim, hide away and suppress.
The Red Mailbox Project is a simple idea I came up with to spread art and joy in my community (Daegu, South Korea). Last October, I built a small mailbox and planted it a few blocks away from my home in Daegu, South Korea. Inside the mailbox, I left a small painting of a monster and a note that said, “Please take this and keep it. There will be another gift tomorrow waiting in the box.”
A graphic art poster that highlights the ecological message that planet earth is burning using the crocodile image which reflects the area of the Swiss Alps, Calana, an area where the tectonic plates meet the African plates. The world is one.
Observing the moment when the earth stood still to the human race, when the air was fresh and smog-free, when rivers ran clear from human debris, Covid-19 is a fitting time to explore the common link that humans share with every object and organism. ~ Tanisha Bhana
I am a student on an art foundation course and my plans to produce some public art for a Cambridge based company have been put on hold as a result of COVID-19. I still needed to submit some public art so, I decided to form a community-based project. Something which would unite our village.
When you are out at an art show this year use your new 2020 perfect sight to your advantage. Notice that emerging up-and-coming art and artists aren’t always where you may expect them to be. Nor may they look like they someone you expected them to look like. Open your eyes and open your mind.