13 Edward Hopper Paintings Recreated As Sets For Indie Film “Shirley: Visions of Reality”

Edward Hopper was an American Realist master painter. His brush helped define the visual identity of what life in America was for the average person in the 1920s-30s. Hopper’s paintings like Nighthawks and Automat are deeply stitched into the fabric of what Americana is. Viennese director Gustav … Read More13 Edward Hopper Paintings Recreated As Sets For Indie Film “Shirley: Visions of Reality”

Early 20th Century NYC in the Snow from Impressionist Painter Guy C. Wiggins

Guy Carleton Wiggins was an early 20th century impressionist painter and native Brooklynite. Many of his most famous paintings depict New York city in winter. I’ve loved his work since childhood I think, because of its familiarity. Guy Wiggins was a New Yorker who painted New York. As a child, being … Read MoreEarly 20th Century NYC in the Snow from Impressionist Painter Guy C. Wiggins

“Let Them Eat Cake” and Other Richly Layered Watercolors from Adrienne Price

Take a look at these wonderful watercolors from artist Adrienne Price. She has been using watercolor in her works recently to emphasize patterns, color, and her world view. Switching back and forth from acrylics to watercolor, she enjoys the limitations of each medium and the results … Read More“Let Them Eat Cake” and Other Richly Layered Watercolors from Adrienne Price

Fine Art Semi-Nude Selfies from Lauren Rinaldi Which Gaze Into Insecurities Behind Narcissism

Philadelphia-based fine artist Lauren Rinaldi is a woman who understands the beauty that is the female figure, regardless of shape or size. Love yourself and love your body. If you want to photograph yourself, you absolutely should, but you don’t need Instagram’s audience for validation, you’re already … Read MoreFine Art Semi-Nude Selfies from Lauren Rinaldi Which Gaze Into Insecurities Behind Narcissism