Bostonite Marni Katz is founder of the StyleCarrot blog as well as a contributing writer for Design Milk. We love her fabulous ARTMonday feature, and so asked Marni to curate a collection for us! Here's part one of her collection titled: "Summer is coming, An ode to a variety of summer experiences"
This week we chat to artist Héloïse Delègue who incorporates autobiographical elements into her abstract compositions, and is described as “one to watch” by curator Rebecca Wilson!
Rise Art Insider, Jo Baring curates the show house at HOUSE Fair, Olympia, in association with House & Garden Magazine.
Rise Art was recently featured in The Financial Times. The article titled, 'Something borrowed: the growing industry of art leasing' looks into the world of rented art.
Get to know Rebecca King and her colourful works that transport you to exotic urban climes.
A timelapse film charting the creation of 'A Deep and Gathering Roar' by Rise Art artist, Abigail Box.
Kristin Gaudio Endsley invites Rise Art into her home. An abstract artist whose work has quickly caught the eye of critics and collectors alike, Kirsten is influenced by organic and manmade patterns and colours found in both internal and external environments.
There has been a lot of research into the difference an inspiring workplace can have on employee productivity; a recent study by the Cass Business School showed 80% of those questioned felt that art in the workplace improved their sense of well-being, whilst 64% agreed that it made them feel more motivated. Given that artwork can increase productivity, it makes financial sense too. Managers are increasingly looking for ways to keep their star performers happy.
Our quasi-monthly exhibitions round up focuses on the best bets for who to see and where to see them.
This week we chat to multi-award-winning watercolour artist, Peter Haslam Fox, about leopard seals, his views on art school, his influences, and more!