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Gifts For Her

The gift of art is the gift that keeps on giving. Our Gifts for Her collection provides over a hundred different artworks from emerging and established artists working across the world. No matter her style, her interests or her taste, our extensive collection ensures that you’ll find the perfect gift for her. Each and every piece in our Gifts for Her collection has been hand-selected by our team of curatorial experts, providing a range of paintings, prints, collages and more for you to discover today. Our Gifts for Her collection showcases work that is catered towards a woman’s taste. Characterised by bursts with colour, whimsical subject arrangements and decorative patterns, our collection has been curated to appeal to a female aesthetic. Sure, diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but the gift of art is unique, thoughtful and bound to impress. Why not start your discovery of our collection by looking at the vibrant prints of Kristjana S Williams. Kristjana executes her illustrative style in a digital method. Motifs such as butterflies, birds and woodland creatures come together to form wonderfully in-depth depictions of fantastical scenes. Merging black and white detail with block colours, Kristjana’s animated prints and collages appeal to the imagination, echoing the whimsical nature of our Gifts for Her collection. Floral patterns and botanical subjects also feature throughout our Gifts for Her collection. From Karenina Fabrizzi’s delicate surrealist paintings, to Geoffrey Ansel Agrons’s serene still lifes, flowers are popular in art due to their intriguing form and their aesthetic beauty. Geoffrey’s photography highlights both of these factors, and celebrates the majestic form of the flower. Instilled with a sense of nostalgia, Geoffrey’s art is striking and compelling in his exploration of the natural world. Also capturing wistful scenes through photography is Nadia Attura. Nadia’s style consists of a subtle palette and a romantic view of the natural world. Much like other artists featured in the Gifts for Her Collection, Nadia explores nature in a refreshed and enlivened way, shining a light on the beauty of the undisturbed world. Nadia’s use of colour is refined and considered, often limited to light tones and minimal colours. Throughout the collection, pink and green emerge as two of the central colours used in prints, paintings and photography. The use of pink and green is agreeable to most settings, and is hugely on trend in both art and design. From Tomas Cambas’s photograph, H, to Clare Halifax’s patterned landscapes and cityscapes, pink and green work in harmony to creates delicate reflections of natural scenes. There is a clear sense of nostalgia that emerges with the relationship between these two colours. Whether connoting scenes of Spring, or gesturing towards the ethereal beauty of nature, pink and green unite the Gifts for Her collection to form a display of distinctly sentimental works of art. Whether you’re looking to purchase a vibrant and exciting painting, or an intricate floral print, our selection offers a host of diverse artworks for you to discover online. Browse our Gifts for Her collection and find the perfect piece to buy for your loved one today.


Curated by Rise Art Insiders

The Urbanite Collection

Introducing the Urbanite Collection; our curated online selection of paintings, prints, drawings and photographs that showcase original works of art for you to discover today. Whether you’re looking to unearth innovative street art paintings or large scale Pop Art prints, this collection is the perfect guide to explore the biggest names in the urban art scene. Our Urbanite collection was curated for those who thrive off the hustle and bustle of city life, for those who love the frenzy of the urban jungle and those who want to immerse themselves in the energy of their favourite metropolis. The Urbanite Collection isn’t just for the city dwellers among us, it’s also for people who live away from the city and want to incorporate the excitement of urban living into the interiors of their home. So many of the pieces in our Urbanite Collection celebrate cities and take on the identity of their subjects. Whether iconising the London bus, or reflecting the beauty found in the cracks of abandoned buildings, each piece in the Urbanite Collection exists to celebrate a particular aspect of urban life. If it’s an original piece of documentary photography you’re after, Tomas Cambas is a good place to start. Tomas presents that which is so often overlooked, and reflects the beauty to be found in the everyday. Playing on light, colour and composition, Tomas imparts stillness on his scenes, and gives a quiet tone to urban settings. There’s a geometric element that comes into play in Tomas’s work, as he focuses on the interactions between shape and line. The selection of Tomas’s photographs in the Urbanite Collection are intriguing in the way they capture outdoor scenes that resemble the walls of galleries. Works such as P, H and S have a clear rectangular focal point that evokes the appearance of a painting on the wall in an exhibition. Another artist blurring the boundaries of mediums is British oil painter, Georgia Peskett. Georgia’s refined figurative style resembles that of a photograph, both through her technique and her perspective. Whether responding to scenes in London, New York or San Francisco, Georgia’s paintings capture the transience of city life, and the fleeting moments that form the identity of a place. Both Tomas and Georgia’s art is unique in the Urbanite Collection as both artists work to depict otherwise unnoticed moments in city life. Ben Eine, on the other hand, creates art to embellish a city, rather than responding to it. His famous typography works have decorated streets, shops and shutters throughout London. Ben typically fragments words in his art, and in doing so encourages the viewer to consider them more so than if they were laid out in a linear structure. Typography is often synonymous with urban art, from its presence in graffiti, to its place in everyday signage. Rebecca Mason has also explored this, and uses neon lighting to draw out the darker aspects of wording and typography. The Urbanite Collection consists of pieces that stop you in your tracks, and reveal something new about the identity of a city. From prints that celebrate the feel of a place, to paintings that distil moments of urban living onto a canvas, our Urbanite Collection makes it easy for you to discover exciting new art to buy online today.


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The Trendsetter Collection

Explore our specially curated Trendsetter Collection, conceived to help you discover some of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking contemporary on the market. As a Trendsetter, your artistic taste is a natural extension of your personality, and a way of championing your own unique individuality. With this in mind, our team of curatorial experts at Rise Art have put together the Trendsetting Collection. We have hand-selected each and every piece to catch your eye and appeal to your inner Trendsetter. Our dynamic range of art includes paintings, prints, drawings and photographs, all guaranteed to enliven your home and stand out on your wall. Start browsing our Trendsetter Collection today, and find the perfect piece to suit your style and fit your home. Our Trendsetting Collection features a range of abstract paintings from some of the most influential and emerging figures in contemporary art. British painter, Robert Dunt creates poetic and patterned canvases, inspired by the melodies of music. Vast and impressive, Robert’s paintings are instantly absorbing, and become the focal point on any wall. German painter Daniela Schweinsberg also works to push the boundaries and present a new type of abstract art. Daniela’s large scale paintings are energetic bursts of colours, adorning the canvas in gestural brushstrokes and layered compositions. The selection of Daniela’s paintings below characterise the boldness of her style and reflect the broad palettes and vibrant paintings featured throughout the Trendsetter Collection. Kotaro Machiyama, on the other hand, focuses on creating a harmony of shape and colour. Whilst Matt comments on the external world, Kotaro draws the viewer in to engage in an emotional experience. The artist uses layering throughout their processes, combining sparse planes of space with busier, more intricate pockets of the canvas. The pieces in our Trendsetting Collection are unique in the way they reimagine the old to make way for the new. Matt Crump’s painting, The Geezer of God demonstrates this as he subverts the traditional portrait painting and breathes new life into this age-old genre. By incorporating elements of Pop Art into his painting, Matt encourages the viewer to reimagine the way a portrait can be interpreted. Printmaker Magnus Gjoen works in a similar way, as he seeks to rid his work of preconceptions and stifling traditions. Magnus’s print, I’d Rather be Happy than Dignified in the Trendsetting Collection also plays on the connotations of portraiture. Both artists reject the serious and stoic tone of the portrait, and in doing so revive the genre. Our Trendsetting collection is for people with an assured sense of taste and a distinct sense of style. Whether you’re looking for a decorative large scale painting, an enchanting figurative portrait or a refined black and white print, our exclusive collection features new work by trailblazing contemporary artists. Have a look at our Trendsetting collection and discover original art to buy online today.

Verity Babbs

Curated by Verity Babbs