Amy Funderburk

How the popular sport serves as a potent metaphor for social concerns
Illustrator and author Tony DiTerlizzi shares how the superpower of imagination fuels the creative process behind his popular works.
“I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you.” Frida Kahlo
Luces y Sombras means Lights and Shadows, a fitting title for an extraordinary show of 45 black and white photographs of 20th century Mexico.
Scott Avett may be famous for his musical chops, but he’s also earning a name for himself as a talented visual artist with a unique voice.
Based in Amsterdam, the artist collective Studio Drift defies labels while pushing the boundaries of technology to realize their meditative ideas based on natural forms.
Several connecting threads run through the show, promised to contain both regional and larger world themes. Many artists explore the variegation of human condition, ranging from politics and racial…
Yayoi Kusama is definitely having a moment. What makes the art world's current superstar so popular?