Flora and Fauna Intertwine in Delicate Mixed-Media Artworks by Teagan White
“Oasis,” watercolor and gouache on paper , 20 inches x 20 inches. All images courtesy of Nucleus Portland, shared with permission Sinuous branches half-submerged in water, fish...
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Contemporary Abstract Art Painting, Mixed Media Collage “Fine Art” by New Orleans Artist Lou Jordan
I created a series of 5 collages at this time. Really like this one... 24"x18" Collage on Glossy photo paper adhered to canvas $250 Available H ERE Visit to
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Bright, Saturated Color Cloaks Houseplants and Flowers in Kaleidoscopic Photographs
“Artichoke.” All images © Lindsey Rickert, shared with permission In Otherworldly Botanicals , Lindsey Rickert blankets sword ferns, a sprig of eucalyptus, dahlias, and other...
17 hours ago - Colossal
Blue Art, Abstract Painting, Contemporary Art “A CRACK IN THE BLUE” by Florida Artist Mary Ann Ziegler
FRESH OFF THE EASEL This is one of seven pieces in my brand new "Blue" Series 16"x12" Mixed Media Watercolor Paper, Matted and Framed-Available $195
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Flowers in Green Vase on checkerboard, by Carol Engles
17 x 23 watecolor and pastel on paper. To purchase, contact me at: carolengles gmail.com
1 day ago - Daily Painters Abstract
Founder of Adobe and Developer of PDFs Charles Geschke Dies
Charles “Chuck” Geschke, the co-founder of Adobe who helped with the development of the Portable Document Format, or PDF, died in his home of the San Francisco Bay Area suburb...
1 day ago - Peta Pixel
Contemporary Abstract Art Painting, Cat Art, "MR KITTY'S PERFORMANCE" by California Artist Cecelia Catherine Rappaport
Abstract Art Painting, Cat Art 10"x10" Acrylic on 300 lb Watercolor Paper/Available
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A Whiter White Paint
Scientists at Purdue University have developed a white pigment that they say is significantly whiter than existing pigments. A surface looks white because it reflects back a...
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"Circus"-mixed-media-oil-and-cold-wax, 20x16 © Carol Nelson Fine Art
This is so different for me. It is another attempt at oil and cold wax as my medium. I also added some collage papers. The black squiggles are actually monoprints on deli paper...
3 days ago - Carol Nelson Fine Art
Contemporary Abstract Art Painting, Mixed Media Collage “Razzle Dazzle” by New Orleans Artist Lou Jordan
12"x12" Collage on Glossy photo paper adhered to canvas $275 Available HERE Visit to
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PLP Architecture Reveals Design for Residential Development in Singapore
Courtesy of PLP Architecture PLP revealed its design for a luxury residential tower in Singapore , featuring a lush vertical garden inspired by the city's greenery. The...
The Cant-Free Elegance of Jenny Diski's Irresistible Mind
“Why Didn't You Just Do What You Were Told?,” by the British critic and novelist who died in 2016, features essays originally published in The London Review of Books that...
¿Dónde Está Pancho: 1916
June 10, 1916. "Carranza and U.S. troops use trains in search for Pancho Villa - Mexican-U.S. campaign after Villa, 1916." Gelatin silver print, U.S. Copyright Office. View...
‘As Africans We Must Uplift Each Other': A Memoir of Humanitarianism
In “I Am a Girl From Africa,” the former U.N. adviser Elizabeth Nyamayaro retraces her life story from childhood starvation to NGOs.
A Magic-Filled Island Where Life's Struggles Rage
In her magical new novel, “Popisho,” Leone Ross transforms humanity's worn-out suffering into something new and astonishing.
They Always Had Paris - So He Went Back There Without Her
In Gregory Curtis's memoir, he looks back on his marriage and the city that saved him after his wife died of cancer.
Spanning Centuries and Continents, Novels of Our Common Humanity
As much as cultures have changed over the years, we still share traits with the flawed, searching characters between these covers.
Richard Wright's Newly Restored Novel Is a Tale for Today
Some 80 years after Wright finished it, “The Man Who Lived Underground” is still an urgent chronicle of the Black experience in America.
A London Teeming With Bodies, Buildings, Desire and Greed
The British author Fiona Mozley's new novel, “Hot Stew,” features sex workers fighting an eviction order from a real-estate heiress and a host of other Londoners vying for...
Seth Rogen and the Secret to Happiness
How the comedian (and director, writer, ceramist and weed entrepreneur) has made a career out of mining the pitfalls and possibilities of adolescence.