It’s possibly one of the most underrated love affairs of all time. Throughout history, fashion and art have collided and combined with exceptional results; and this dynamic relationship has never been more prevalent than at London Fashion Week.
We’re very excited to welcome Dirk Petzold as today's guest curator. The Dresden-based designer, illustrator and founder of the renowned online magazine WE AND THE COLOR is at home in the realm of discovery and bringing new talent to light. Here Dirk shares his story and, importantly, his Rise Art wish list.
In the first of a series of Rise Art Guest Curators, we are thrilled to welcome Grant Pierrus, aka Interior Style Hunter. With a true sense of democratization Grant believes that everybody should have access to good design, and he shares with us his personal style and top tips for using art when it comes to world class interior design.
We're thrilled to announce our upcoming live art event at the V&A museum. Rise Art's very own Mat Cahill will spend the day capturing the crowd with his distinctive illustrations, giving you the chance to find yourself amongst the work and purchase one of his original works. Find out more, watch the exclusive video interview & RSVP to the event!
Swedish painter Cecilia Danell has found a home from home in Galway, in the West of Ireland, where most of the time you’ll find her hiding out in her studio listening to Swedish radio and making stunning works. We go into the studio with Cecilia to find out more about her life as an artist, her early love for Pippi Longstocking, and the things that get her through the day at work.
It's been a fabulous summer of art and we have lots to report. Here we round up the excitement of August, showcasing news from our artists, the art world and beyond.
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.
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.
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 is nothing more gorgeous than a piece of artwork that transports you to another place, takes you across the world, or back to that perfect vacation spot. This collection of 10 works will allow you a jaunt around the world from the comfort of your home, and keep that vacation feeling on your walls for a lifetime.