Today's Subject: Anthony Bourdain!
Today's Daily Coronacature subject is the late chef and travel documentarian Anthony Bourdain! As always, you can post your caricature on our Facebook Group page or on...
5 hours ago - Tom Richmond
Francisco Goya, Born on this day in 1746
The Clothed Maja The Naked Maja The Third of May Francisco Goya , in full Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes , (born March 30, 1746, Fuendetodos, Spain-died April 16, 1828...
13 hours ago - Chez Namaste Nancy
Live Stream Studio Tour and Drawing Demo!
Last week I did a little tour of my studio and an inking/drawing demo on the National Cartoonists Society's Instagram. Unfortunately Instagram does not save that sort of video...
17 hours ago - Tom Richmond
X-O DESIGNS. 2016. Ink & watercolor on bristol board, 17 × 11″. Way back in 2016 I was asked by Valiant to take a pass at redesigning X-O's armor for a new run. While it didn't...
18 hours ago - Paolo Rivera
‘Emergency' Online Library Draws Ire of Some Authors
Internet Archive has made 1.4 million books available free online, which some say hurts writers and advances a harmful “copyright ideology.”
19 hours ago - NY Times
PLAGUE ART, part 2
The last post suggested that when it comes to depicting a plague, a literal, realistic approach usually falls short. The examples I posted, and the better examples suggested by...
20 hours ago - Illustration Art
Digital Art Online during a Quarantine: Using Chromebooks, Cell Phones, Pen and Paper
I created these online lessons during the global pandemic of Covid-19 in March 2020. My students and I are all quarantined in our homes but we need to keep on learning. I sent...
1 day ago - The Helpful Art Teacher
Light in the landscape
I love the designs created by fresh snow over sage and grass. Light upon the landscape is everything... it draws the eye into the sage - beckoning you onto a small trail made...
1 day ago - Jennifer Evenhus
Opposite Office Imagines the New Berlin Airport as a COVID-19 Hospital
Courtesy of Opposite Office Opposite Office has proposed to transform the new Berlin airport , under construction since 2006, into a “Superhospital” for coronavirus patients...
1 day ago - Arch Daily
Tom's Daily Coronacature: Whoopi Goldberg!
Whoopi has a very wide face, widest at the cheeks. The shape created by the area between her nose and upper lip, defined by the nasolabial furrow (the “laugh lines” that go...
2 days ago - Tom Richmond - 2 articles
The headlines of Artwork Mag
the only astronaut we can invite home !!
The Last Trip
we will all take this trip one day -
Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Wild Flower Blues, Contemporary Landscape Painting by Sheri Jones
Wild Flower Blues14x11 oil on canvas The blue bonnets are at their peak now. I may have to practice some social distancing on a ranch near by. My plein air box is calling me...
Contemporary Bold Expressive Still Life Flower Painting “Blue Lilies” by...
24"x24" Acrylic on Canvas/Available
The Lonely Pope
Edward B. Gordon, The Lonely Pope The artist says: This time at the moment gives us pictures that we will not forget for a very long time. Pope Francis praying in the rain on...
Fogon Restaurant / Hitzig Militello Arquitectos
Hitzig Militello Arquitectos Location: King Fahd Branch Rd, المروج، Riyadh 11491, Saudi Arabia Project Year: 2019 Photographs: Mohammed Shehab Din Area: 264.0 m2
Art Museums and Cultural Institutions Around the Globe are Sending Each...
“To: LACMA, MOCAlosangeles, hammer museum, gettymuseum. We hope this bright splash of color, courtesy of JeffKoons, brightens your day MuseumBouquet Love, All the staff at The...
A Light Lunch: 1941
August 1941. "Children of Mexican sugar beet workers on porch of one of the houses at Saginaw Farms, Michigan." Acetate negative by John Vachon. View full size.
Mixed Media Cityscape, Abstract Painting, Contemporary Art, Expressionism...
"I personally will never forget that people are more important than buildings." - Harvey Milk The graffiti in this painting resides on the building across the alley from where...