Bethany Fincher

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How to Shop for Artwork by Room

Let each space in your home make a statement with our definitive guide to …

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Take a Trip Through the Subconscious with Danny Augusti...

What does the subconscious look like? Inundated with mass media and shaped by …

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First Look: Away In by Rebecca Stern

Created amidst the tumult of COVID-19, the paintings in Rebecca Stern’s …

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Finding Beauty in the Abandoned with Jonathan Ducrest

Waterparks, airport terminals, stadiums, and hotel pools—few subjects escape …

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First Look: Golden Future by Igor Bleischwitz

At a glance, Igor Bleischwitz’s paintings are reminiscent of the vivid color …

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First Look: New Form by Kevin Callaghan

The perception and imagination of the viewer becomes part of the art in New …

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Abigail Albano-Payton and the Complexities of Community

A young Afro-Filipina artist working in Laguna Beach, California, Abigail …

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First Look: Extraordinary Ladder by Andrew Weir and Tom...

The pandemic saw many artists turn new constraints into creative fuel. While …

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Melding Magic and Realism with Caroline Liu

In Caroline Liu’s mixed-media paintings, vibrant pigments, plush faux fur …

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Creating Surreal Utopias with Fei Alexeli

Greek artist Fei Alexeli’s otherworldly digital collages take cues from …

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Simon Williams and the Visual Soup of Our Time

Simon Williams draws on the imagery that saturated his childhood—comic books, …

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Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of February

Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections? …

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Abi Salami and the Healing Power of Painting

Abi Salami explores the uncanny in the everyday, allowing her subconscious to …

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Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of January

Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections?

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Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of April

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Art History 101

Willem De Kooning and the Reason Oil Paint Was Invented

Perhaps Abstract Expressionism’s most radical departure from the norm was its …

Art History 101

For the Love of Dots: The Ascent of Yayoi Kusama

Now the top selling living female artist, Kusama has taken her dot motifs from …

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Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of February

Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections?

Art History 101

5 Power Couples from Art History

Perhaps romance deserves some credit for inspiring some of the most significant …

Art History 101

The Radicalism of Gerhard Richter

Often described as an artist “beyond ‘isms,’” Gerhard Richter has …

Art History 101

What is Abstract Expressionism? Part II

The movement’s drips, splashes, and washes of color would see New York …

Art History 101

What is Abstract Expressionism? Part I

The movement’s drips, splashes, and washes of color would see New York …

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Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of January

Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections?

How-To

How to Choose the Right Size Wall Art

If you find yourself staring at bare walls unsure of where to begin, read our …