Carlos Martiel, Ciudad via artist website

Jesslyn Low

Bury Yourself in Art

Artists have explored being buried alive, merging discomfort and fear into their art. From Keith Arnatt to Mike Parr, discover their intense works.

ART Angel Sun Closeup

Madelyn Kenney

Art of Rejection

Roberts' "Rejected" (1883) and Pope's "The Rejected Poet" (1809) show the impact of rejection. Adams' Only Rejected Works Gallery celebrates resilience.

Jimini Hignett, Black Bourton Road, 2005 via Wikipedia

Jesslyn Low

Roadkill to Artwork

Death, in its myriad forms, is a ubiquitous theme present in art across time and location. The following artists offer a unique spin on morbidity, featuring roadkill in their work.

Frida Kahlo pictured with her work, Two Fridas, 1939 via

Lily Frye

Frida Kahlo’s Self-Portraits

Frida Kahlo's self-portraits reveal a unique journey of self-identity, shaped by trauma, culture, and femininity, securing her legacy.

GreenPeace Drone Show

Lily Frye

Drone Art

Drones are best known for capturing scenic aerial views. Artists and designers now use these unmanned vehicles to create 3D immersive experiences. From presidential speeches to Amazon’s Prime Video movie...

Broken Eggs, 1756

Lily Frye

Eggcellent Art: Egg Symbolism in Art History

Aside from cultural and religious traditions valuing the egg, artists caught onto this symbolism and implemented eggs into their paintings as early as the 15th century. Film directors then followed,...

Twins, courtesy of Stone Sparrow

Jesslyn Low

Art That Leaves Its Frame

Pushing boundaries is no new concept in the art world. Many artists push literal boundaries by creating artworks that leave the two-dimensional world, breaking free from frames and canvases to...


Madelyn Kenney

Art Attacks: Art and Psychology

Has a painting ever made you feel emotional? Have you ever looked at a sculpture and felt your stomach drop? These works will undoubtedly evoke powerful sentiments when experienced in...

Tom de Freston

Madelyn Kenney

Through the Flames of Fumage: History of Art an...

Fire art is not new. Our ancestors used it in cave paintings from thousands of years ago, but we see the flames of inspiration reaching as far as the Surrealist...

Jenny Holzer Guggenheim

Emma Livingston

Everywhere and Always: the Impactful Use of Wor...

As artists include written words in their artistic expression, the fascination lies not only in conveying a message through the work itself but also in the skillful use of written...