Amazing art from the very best artists around the world
San Francisco-based artist Alexis Arnold transforms books into solid non-functional objects that are covered in twinkling crystals.
Artist Jim Musil uses a variety of textures to capture the bucolic scenery of North America in his modern, Impressionist-style landscape paintings.
Artist John Marshall's "Sunset Selfies" series features hand-crafted, coardboard silhouette art that is photographed against colorful sunsets.
Russian based artist Tania Lissova creates charming cutouts of flowers and plants that she arranges in beautiful displays.
In honor of the 100-year anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance, the United States Postal Service has released a new set of artistic stamps.
Inspired by the picturesque scenes of Stockholm, Swedish painter Gunnel Moheim captures her hometown in colorful watercolor hues.
When Erin Sullivan was stuck in quarantine, she decided to use food and other household items to create nature photography shots—but in miniature.
French artist Nathalie Lete has spent quarantine decorating the walls of her country home with whimsical paintings of flowers.
Artist Soey Milk crafts beautiful contemporary painting of women that contain elements of calm fused with elements of calamity.