Painting

Yao Cheng’s Watercolors go with the Intuitive Flow

Yao Cheng’s Watercolors go with the Intuitive Flow

Yao Cheng's love of patterns, textures and rich colors comes through vividly in everything she creates. She shared some of her thoughts and feelings about her artwork with UncommonGoods, including that she's always happy "when it's just me, my brush and that new piece of watercolor paper in front of me."
Food Art to be Thankful For

Food Art to be Thankful For

Vegetables, fruits, painters, photographers and collagists in all media: I’m truly thankful for the talents and imaginations of all the beings, past, present, and future, who’ve created the art I love, the food I love, the art about food I love, and the art made from food I love.
Five Art Pieces That Will Fool You

Five Art Pieces That Will Fool You

For centuries artists have been attempting to fool the eye with life-like painting and sculptures. In ancient Greece contests were held between artists to see whose paintings were more realistic. One famous contest featured a painted curtain so convincing, a rival artist attempted to draw them back.