A review of David Hockney’s most recent masterpiece, 82 Portraits and 1 Still Life
From early 1900 to 1904, Picasso’s painting went through a transition of sorts. Taking on a limited palette of blues, whites, creams and muted greens, (with only the occasional splash of another colour to warm the piece) this era is commonly referred to as Picasso’s Blue Period.
The nightclub, in the heart of Zürich’s Old Town, wasn’t just any normal nightclub, but instead is seen as the birthplace of the art movement Dada.
As it was recently Valentines Day, I’ve compiled my list of iconic artist couples.
I’ve always been intrigued by Grant Wood’s American Gothic.
I’ve compiled a list of the best Cafe’s across Glasgow to grab your laptop, whip out your journal and let your creative juices flow.
Selected by a panel from the Federation of British Artist’s is a new exhibition at the Mall Galleries, The FBA’s Futures 2016. “Presenting work from sixteen emerging artists, the exhibition will be an exciting mix of degree show and newly made painting, sculpture and original prints, all exploring contemporary figuration and ideas of representation and […]
In honour of Barbara Hepworth’s birthday on January 10th, I’ve dedicated this post to her most important commissioned artworks.
When expressed in artistic and inventive ways, typography moves away from simply being words arranged for print and becomes inspiring and exciting forms of design.
A few captured moments in Edinburgh