From embroiding the front cover of Bradford's 1989 British Telecom telephone directory to his life as a synesthete, we bring you 5 things you didn't know about David Hockney.
Lori Zimmer gets us excited about the upcoming Magritte exhibition at the San Fransisco MOMA. Plus we take a look at 3 Rise Art artists whose surrealist style echoes that of the Belgian master.
Out with the old and in with the bold! We take a look at five artworks inspired by nature that capture the spirit of spring.
Brexit getting you down? Celebrate Europe Day with our edit of the top 10 artists from across the Continent.
Earth Day is just around the corner, (22nd April to be exact, so get it in your diaries!) So today, we stop and pay attention to our planet as we celebrate the artists inspired by nature.
Journalist, art lover, writer and Rise Art insider Fiona McKenzie Johnston as this week’s guest curator. Get a sneak-peek at her beautiful home with its steadily growing art collection and see her top Rise Art picks.
This week we welcome Cornelia De Ruiter, founder of revolutionary online interior design platform Homewings, as our Guest Curator. She’s a maker and doer with impeccable home style and a love for art, both collecting and creating, and here she shares why art and design are
We're very excited to introduce Cordelia Noe as this week's guest curator. Cordelia has spent nearly a decade working alongside artists, art collectors, art fairs, publications and exhibitions internationally. She shared with us some snippets of her life as an art and style expert, and a wish list of Rise Art picks.
How can one decide the value of a painting? Is it by the materials used? The amount of time dedicated to the piece? Could it be due to the importance of its previous owner's? Below we have a list of the top 5 most expensive artworks ever auctioned without adjusting the prices due to inflation.
Paul Bennett is an contemporary Fine Artist specialising in exceptional semi-abstract seascape/landscape paintings and also unique portraiture. The two themes are very different in mood and style, but both are made from using a mix of traditional techniques and more unconventional painting methods. Both rely on drawing from memory to create finished work that is abstracted and more expressional than representational.