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.
Pattern; you either love it or loathe it – for some, it can feel too busy and cluttered, for the pattern enthusiast, more is simply more. Wherever you stand on pattern, there is no denying that it’s taking the interior design world by storm this year.
Whether you’re a travel buff, or simply dream of encircling the globe, art can be a way to take a travel adventure without leaving your home. We’ve chosen an array of paintings, drawings and photographs that will pull you to the far corners of the world.
One thing we can’t fail to forget is that the holiday season means the ultimate party season. To honour the glittering party season and the fast approaching sparkling celebration of New Year’s Eve, we’ve put together a collection of works that are celebratory in style and perfect for the party animal in all of us.
It’s official, we’re in December and the jolly holiday spirit is taking the city by storm. To celebrate this joyful season, I’ve selected a collection of 12 festive works that will get you in the Christmas spirit and stay long after the tinsel and tree have been taken down!
As Rise Art launch our brand spanking new ‘Speak to a Curator’ service offering help and advice to our customers on choosing the perfect artworks, and styling art with your interiors, we sat down with Head Curator Rebecca Gordon to ask her 5 of the most common questions we hear, from whether to buy art for love or investment, to the trends she sees in what people are buying, and how best to your display art. Read for her expert tips and get in touch today to speak to one of our curators for a pe
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
It’s not dead, it’s not even having a nap. Charlie Levine assesses the energy of the newest crop of painters to come out of the UK’s art colleges for the Tuesday List.