Netherlands based artist Peter Gentenaar works with paper to create huge, undulating sculptures.
Go vertical. Image from a vignette I created for Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.
Edmund de Waal is a British ceramics artist who studied his craft in England and Japan.
New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art will be showcasing an exhibit to mark the one hundredth anniversary of American artist Robert Motherwell’s birth.
The 1930s and 1940s were perhaps the most glamorous years in Hollywood history, creating an iconic style that is still recognizable today.
One of the most popular events hosted by the Bruce Museum is the Outdoor Arts Festival.
Zoe Bios works with dozens of artists worldwide, overlaying their prints with elements such as aging, gesso, leafing, and India ink to develop high quality pieces.
Earlier this year, Taschen released a book of Annie Leibovitz’s photography that is simply epic in scale.
The latest issue of Veranda features a beautifully designed shingle style house on Long Island.