Argentinian jewelry maker Fernanda Sibilia says “inspiration is easy in Buenos Aires.” From blooming Jacaranda to colorful buildings and the people bustling about them, Fernanda’s art reflects the vibrant culture that surrounds her.
Artist Sarah Janece Garcia considers herself a night owl, but that didn’t stop her from winning our Nature Art Design Challenge with her painting, First Light. Find out more about her creative process, her love for nature, and her advice for aspiring artists.
Some find minimalist designs thrilling in their integrity. Others find them stark. Whatever your reaction, one handy phrase comes to mind: less is more. Here’s a brief history lesson to give you a little background on that well-known saying.
Woodworking designer Dave Marcoullier shares his giant creative space with massive Burning Man sculptures, 250 “mad scientists,” and a friendly dog. Take a tour of his San Francisco studio to learn how he extracts inspiration from loud machines and organized chaos.
Phil Thompson finds inspiration in Chicago’s Prairie Style bungalows, classic six-flat brick Craftsman buildings, and skyscraping architectural landmarks. Join our Art Buyer Katy on her visit to the Windy City and see where Phil creates his intricate, personalized portraits of beloved buildings.
It doesn’t take much exposition to connect literature and art. Artist Tori Tissell fuses both with fashionable flair in her literary scarves.