We interviewed the artist who spends his days transforming music into paint on canvas.
Abstract artist Harriet Hoult is the latest in our series of Modern Marketers. Her paintings are in huge demand and she's usually the first to sell out at various art fairs across the city. We quizzed Harriet about her go-to sources of inspiration, who she loves to follow on Instagram and how she uses social media to propel her career.
Gugi Goo is one of Rise Art’s most popular artists, and it’s not surprising given these beautiful abstract paintings filled with light, life, passion and movement. Find out more about her work and inspiration in this behind the scenes interview with the artist, and see a sneak-peak into a day in her life.
There's a fierce femininity and freedom of spirit etched into the surface of Hannah Adamaszek's bohemian portraits. It's no wonder her urban portraits are so popular, and her social following so vast, when they are bang on trend. We pinned her down between projects to find out about where she finds her inspiration and how she promotes her work.
Mark Chadwick makes colourful, psychedelic, spun paintings that breathe a life of their own, both online and off. He’s the first in our #ModernMarketers series of interviews with some of Rise Art’s most popular artists in real life and on digital, and the internet just can’t get enough of him.
Experimental artist Vesa Kivinen pioneered 'Artevo': a new form of art combining body painting, oil on canvas and nature photography. We caught up with the artist just after his most recent exhibit at the Biohacker Summit in London, quizzing him about upcoming projects and the inspiration behind his works...
We quiz abstract artist Abigail Box, whose luminous paintings bring light and colour into any space!
Lisa Takahashi's colourful prints often focus on everyday life and what she sees around her, but we wanted to learn a little more about the printmaker herself, so asked a few questions.
Mexico and Berlin are places existing on very different planes in the popular imagination. Put the two together though and you get Mexico born, now Berlin–based artist, Guillermo Aguilar–Huerta.