Amy Sacksteder’s artwork is rooted in painting and drawing, but also delves into installation and time-based media. Her work, which engages transience—often uses landscape and natural imagery.
The websites mission is to raise awareness of fine art globally, through establishing personal connections between professional Artists and people who love Art.
Artlog is devoted to discussing visual culture – believing that the general audience for contemporary art is under-served, and that exciting work is overlooked in museums and galleries, on the internet and on the street - their job is to make the good stuff easy to find.
Beautiful/Decay started as a small black and white, DIY photocopied ‘zine in 1996. B/D still carries that same youthful sense of rebellion and experimentation - taking risks, collaborate with new and unknown artists, and veering away from the mainstream.
Brian Spolans is interested in creating relationships between communities, individuals, technologies and environments. Biology, cinema, literature, video games, and other forms of communication inspire these relationships.
Chad Andrews received his BFA in studio art from Kutztown University and his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. Primarily a printmaker, Andrews uses all his skills in his work and often includes a combination of drawing, painting with the printmaking.
Born in London, Ontario, Hyndman recently moved his studio to Chicago. His woven fabric topology, using acrylic on canvas-covered aluminum, becomes non-objective abstraction that dominates the entire field.
Colin’s current interests center on depictions and interpretations of the landscape. Distinct from the notion of land, untrodden by human feet yet completely ravaged, the landscape exists only as an embodiment of our collective cultural imagination.
DailyServing is an expansive, international source for groundbreaking contemporary art. Designed to be a dynamic source of information sharing, DailyServing directly connects readers to countless resources through original articles, interviews, and reviews.
|Detroit Artist Market (DAM)|
Founded in 1932, the Detroit Artists Market fosters a vibrant and distinctive artistic community in Detroit and Michigan by promoting, exhibiting and selling the work of emerging/established artists, and through educational programming and art exhibitions.
|Fecal Face Dot Com|
A forum for art, culture and visual information and stimulation curated through the eyes and ears of a man in his thirties that grew up highly influenced by skateboarding culture, music, art, and life.
Hi-Fructose showcases an amalgamation of new contemporary, emerging as well distinguished artists, with a spotlight on awe inspiring spectacles from round the world all of which help to define the future of art in our culture.
|International Museum of Surgical Science|
The International Museum of Surgical Science’s ongoing “Anatomy in the Gallery” program presents quarterly exhibitions exploring the intersection of medicine and contemporary art within the context of its historical exhibits and artifacts.
Jason represents the natural world through completely unnatural elements to speak metaphorically and symbolically of our mental separation from what is "real", and compare and contrast this with the consumer world we surround ourselves with as a consequence.
Jason takes on large projects and brings them to completion through a network of research and collaboration. Using situational satire and a variety of materials and approaches, he juxtaposes seemingly unrelated subjects to create compelling imagery in his work.
Artist represented by Susan Maasch Fine Art, with national and international showing record. His work often revolves around a single figure, often isolated in his/her environment, with a heightened sense of mood and narrative.
Juxtapoz is devoted to providing coverage of the most dynamic, unconventional, and innovative art being produced today. This information is delivered to readers through daily blog updates, their monthly magazine, and fine art books.
Kip Deeds’ prints utilize personal observations and experiences, as well as stories of history, to create an artistic treatment capable of revealing psychological truths not accessible from factual accounts.
Manifest Drawing Center promotes, features, and explores drawing as a rich and culturally significant art form through the pursuit of scholarly activities. It is a Creative Research Gallery known for its high quality presentations and experiences.
Maria uses still-life elements and references to the passage of time to explore and document her own experiences, both in terms of her day-to-day activities and her work as a painter. The resulting works function as still-life objects and as time capsules.
MEDinART is an online place for artists around the world that communicate through their art aspects of biomedical sciences. MEDinART is a continuously growing global art network with informative, educational and non-profit character.
Neuroblasto magazine is a digital publication dedicated to exploring, documenting and showcasing creative works from all corners of the world and ultimately serving as a platform for dissemination by a range of national and international artists.
Ryan Molloy is an inter-disciplinary designer, artist, and educator. His design work received an Art Directors Club Young Guns 5 award. Ryan's latest body of work utilizes modified open-source/found video footage and animation.
STREET ANATOMY is obsessed with the beauty and intrigue of human anatomy. Founded in 2007, Street Anatomy is dedicated to showcasing how anatomy is visualized in art, design, and pop culture through a visual blog, gallery shows, and gallery store.
Supersonic Electronic is an Art blog that seeks to chronicle the rise of the Electronic School of contemporary art. A movement defined by a generation of artists merging Illustration and Fine Art.
|The Drawing Center|
The Drawing Center was established in 1977 to provide opportunities for emerging and under-recognized artists; to demonstrate the significance and diversity of drawings throughout history; and to stimulate public dialogue on issues of art and culture.
This website is designed to support, showcase and promote the best in figurative arts and to be a resource for figurative artists, art galleries, students & collectors.