A Rise Art Q&A with mesmerising seascape photographer, Kimberly Poppe.
Whether you want to have art to fill white walls, impress clients or motivate employees, choosing office wall art can be difficult. Here is our guide for decorating office with wall art.
Need a dose of Art Inspiration? Look no further! Presenting Rise Art's top new works this September, curated especially for you...
To celebrate American Labour Day – and because one of our co-founders is from the US – we spotlight 5 artists on Rise Art who are red, white and blue with lots of stars. From the incredible stillness in Geoffrey Agron's photograph of San Francisco Bay, to Adrian Esparza's weaves and nails, evoking the border between Mexico and America, we tribute some of our American artists.
Alice Stallard is one of my favourite emerging young stars of the London art world and I was lucky enough to talk to her recently in her Battersea studio on the eve of her new exhibition at the celebrated Chelsea Arts Club (founded by Whistler in 1891).
We quiz abstract artist Abigail Box, whose luminous paintings bring light and colour into any space!
Mat Cahill is an artist who draws attention to the variety of human personalities, anonymity and a person's place in society. We catch up with Mat to learn a bit about his work, background and time as Damien Hirst's studio assistant.
Richard Walker’s work marks an eruption of extraordinary creative expression, which burst onto international cultural scenes of the 70’s. He has also worked with a range of different mediums and produced a selection of film and sound works in the 80’s. Walker lectures in BA and MA Printmaking at Camberwell School of Art, London. He discusses the influence of print-giant Richard Hamilton on his personal practice
Need a dose of art inspiration? Well look no further! Here are Rise Art's curated selection of the best new work this August, curated especially for you.
After training in Fine Art at UWE Bristol and then at Central St Martins, I came to the conclusion that I love to work with silkscreen. I think this is largely down to its limitless possibilities and flexibility. You can start with bold splashes of colour and go on to complete a work with delicate hand-drawn lines, scraps of text and collages of photographic imagery. Here I've compiled a how to guide on how to make a silkscreen print