At first glance, German artist Werner Härtl’s paintings look like stunning, sepia-toned pieces of artwork. In reality, though, they’re made with a surprising medium: Cow manure.
The Mark Twain House: Hartford’s Pride and Joy
Hartford, Connecticut, is a small city, but it’s home to a massive American landmark: The Mark Twain House and Museum. This house was built in 1873 and designed by Edward Tuckerman Potter, a famous New York architect. Mark Twain (whose real name is Samuel Langhorne Clemens) and his wife, Olivia Langdon Clemens, lived in the house from 1874 to 1891.
The Doodle House Is the Coolest House in Kent
Artist Sam Cox, better known by his professional title, Mr. Doodle, has created his most extensive and most immersive project to date: The Doodle House.
Brad Pitt Debuts His Sculptures at Finnish Art Museum
Being an Academy Award-winning actor isn’t enough for the famous Brad Pitt. He’s now established himself as a sculptor. Pitt’s artwork recently debuted in a group show titled “WE” at Tampere, Finland’s Sara Hildén Art Museum.
Shannon Clegg Is Not Your Average Sculptor
Most people associate flowers with soft, feminine bouquets and sculptures with intricate stone carvings. However, South African artist Shannon Clegg is combining the two in her new series, “Bouquet.”
Inventing Anna’s Art: Delvey Prints Now for Sale
Anna Sorokin — the subject of Netflix’s “Inventing Anna” — is now a successful artist selling lithograph prints of her work. Delvey has inspired far more than a hit streaming show in the last year. The recently released from prison Russian-born con woman also inspired a collection of artists who came together earlier this year to create work for the exhibition “Free Anna Delvey.”
Piano Music – An Interview With Alessandro Sgobbio
“Fireflies” is dedicated to his beloved parents, Iolanda and Stefano. “Atma Mater” celebrates the genius of his mentor, Misha Alperin. “Third Ward” commemorates the legacy of George Floyd.
What’s the Deal With the Shoes on the Danube?
Take a trip to the Danube River, specifically where it flows through Budapest, Hungary, and you’ll see 60 pairs of iron shoes on its banks. These iron shoes tell a fascinating and tragic story that dates back to the Second World War.
Omega Mart: You’ll Never Look at Supermarkets the Same!
You might look at a supermarket and see it as a place to pick up groceries. Others see it as inspiration for their next art installation. This inspiration is exactly what brought the immersive “Omega Mart” exhibit to Las Vegas.
Japanese Artist Makes Leaf Art to Manage His ADHD
It is surprising how a simple leaf can create an incredibly magnificent scene. After all, there’s no specific way of doing art. Fallen leaves play a significant role in the art of Lito.