Exhibiting in New York at the Guy Hepner gallery where her work has also just been on auction, recently interviewed by The Huffington Post, and named one of the most trending artists of the moment... Krista Kim is definitely one to watch. We showcase some of her works, and give you a little inspiration on styling an interior to match one of these beautiful pieces!
We touch base with dedicated freelance photographer Nick Miners, quizzing him about his Icelandic excursions, commercial commissions in London and everything in between...
British Airways recently quizzed Rise Art co-founder Scott Phillips about some of his favourite London hangouts! Mashable featured this ultimate guide to a city break in London as part of their 'Let's Explore' series. Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out the article!
'Conceptual Art in Britain 1964-1979' opens this week at the Tate Britain. Rise Art's very own Bruce McLean is included in the exhibition, with some of his groundbreaking early works being shown alongside the likes of Victor Burgin and Keith Arnatt. This week we're celebrating the best of British, showcasing Rise Art's most prominent British conceptual artists!
It's official, spring has sprung. The mornings are lighter, the flowers are blooming and it’s time for nature to take centre stage. So this week, inspired by the Royal Academy's 'Painting the Modern Garden' exhibit, we'll be giving you some ideas on how to bring nature back into your home…
Rise Art featured in Forbes in an article discussing the benefits of art in the workplace.
SMEs are taking advantage of a flourishing online art market and opening up the industry to a new generation of collectors.
It was a first, Pantone announced two colours: Rose Quartz and Serenity are the joint colours of the year for 2016, but how do you incorporate these hues into your home?
We catch up with Nadia Day, quizzing her about the thoughts and processes behind her tranquil and emotive paintings of English countryside scenes...
This week’s styling with art rejoices in the meteoric rise of ceramics and sculpture. In 2015 we saw a TV show dedicated to pottery (who’d have thought pottery making could be so addictive), the revered Barbara Hepworth exhibition at the Tate really caused a stir, and now the Tate Modern has kicked off 2016 with an immensely popular Alexander Calder exhibition.