Lisa Takahashi is a British printmaker who works in linocut. Her colourful, geometric prints have been featured at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and on BBC Surrey. We ask Lisa why she likes working in linocut and about how she produces her prints.
Who has exhibitions coming up? Which are the big shows you don't want to miss? We've got it all covered.
Venice Beach and Hollywood Boulevard aside, there is some seriously good art to see in LA, and we're here to tell you what, when and why.
On 19 August 1839, the patent for the Daguerreotype - the first photographic process - was released to the world. And we have the French government of the time to thank. Merci. Photography has come a long way and we tend to take for granted the technological leaps and bounds that have happened over the past century and three quarters. We spotlight five artists who push photography even further, testing the limits of subject and technique.
British painter Fred Ingrams has developed a fascination with the strange marshy landscape of the Fens in eastern England. We quiz the artist about his connection to the landscape and ask him to describe the methods and materials he uses to create his expressive visions of the Fens.
Proms Season at the Royal Albert Hall has put us in the mood for music. We take a look at the artists on Rise Art who express their love for music in visual form.
Daniela Schweinsberg's abstracts are visceral. You feel these works as much as you see them. We take a tour of her Frankfurt studio to get a glimpse of the processes that lie behind all the spray paint, pastel and paste.
Alex Stedman describes herself as a fashion editor, blogger and realist. Living in the big city is expensive. Sometimes impossibly so. But being frugal doesn't mean you have to compromise on style.
The nation is suffering a post-Love Island slump. Rise Art thinks about why we got so hooked and highlights artworks that channel the Love Island spirit.
We interviewed the artist who spends his days transforming music into paint on canvas.