The holiday season is here and it’s a good time to find a Christmas-themed project to work on. I’ve got one for you, and I’m calling it The Twelve Pages of Christmas. I often save tags from Christmas presents, pieces of pretty wrapping paper, or greeting cards. I’ve got a […]

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Asahi So | Episode 848 Asahi So is a Sydney-based ceramic artist specializing in sculptural pieces that combine wire with ceramic components, and in wheel-thrown functional ware. Having initially trained and worked as a florist, Asahi love of flowers has been carried over […]

By Sara Kunkemueller, Digitization Intern, Ingalls Library and Museum Archives This summer, I joined the Ingalls Library and Museum Archives as a digitization intern. My work involved several projects, from updating metadata to scanning books for the Internet Archive, but much of my time was dedicated to digitizing artists’ collections […]

The Other Art Fair November 28, 2022Posted by Toni Hodges Whether it’s your first time at The Other Art Fair, or you’re one of our regulars, we like to keep things fresh. That means an ever-changing line-up of talent, and over 140 new names to discover each time you visit. […]

“Hayfield Meadow Grasses” [16th August 2022] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, drawing with H, HB, 4B and 8B, signed in black ink on 280gsm 250mm x 300mm gesso primed canvas [pad], digitally edited image 2683 x 3110 pixels. “Hayfield Meadow Grasses” is a pencil canvas produced from two photographs dated […]

NFTs have completely upended the way that the world—including students and spectators, artists and collectors—is able to consume art. The internet has made it possible for anyone with an internet connection to create and connect with an audience. With smart contracts, creators can now monetize these connections, collectors can be […]

Miriam Tölke, “Flower of Yesterday” (2019) (all images courtesy Thames & Hudson) In the late 1830s, the Welsh botanist John Dillwyn Llewelyn began making photographs of orchids he’d grown at his home near Swansea. Llewelyn’s pictures are thought to be among the first to use the photographic process to identify […]