A Study in Contemplation.

A Study in Contemplation.

The Art, A study in contemplation. Contributed by Alfiya Inamdar. This is the story behind the inspiration of my latest work – A Study in Contemplation. The inspiration for the artwork is two- fold and comes from two ideas – one a visual stimuli from the... Continue Reading
Art in Dark Times

Art in Dark Times

Art in Dark Times Contributed by Neleisha Weerasinghe. Current times, especially the year 2020 can be defined as a dark time in human history. With catastrophes continuously affecting life as we know it, the possibility of everything getting back to the way it used to... Continue Reading
Artful Eggs

Artful Eggs

Artful Eggs by Neleisha Weerasinghe When it comes to Easter one of the first things that come to mind is the Easter egg. These colorful eggs are not only sometimes made edible but are steeped in history and cultural significance. Did you know that the tradition of... Continue Reading
Pareidolia

Pareidolia

Pareidolia, a blog post by Neleisha Weerasinghe. Inanimate Objects Taking a Life of their Own Have you ever seen faces or animals on walls or even on inanimate objects? Do you have creative ideas popping off the walls? People tend to see faces a lot because we are... Continue Reading
What is Lucida?

What is Lucida?

What is Lucida? Read on to know what Thomas Boldt has to say about the new scanner by Factum Arte. Spread throughout cultural hubs in Europe, a team of artists and conservators have been working on something big. Perhaps it is better defined as something extremely... Continue Reading
Art and Neuroscience

Art and Neuroscience

Thomas Boldt writes about Art and Neuroscience – Meet the PEMs newest member. In the midst of an increasingly overflowing media landscape, museums and galleries around the world have been exploring new ways to entice visitors (and patrons) no matter which side... Continue Reading
Artist Profile: Anila Agha

Artist Profile: Anila Agha

Artist Profile: Anila Agha by Thomas Boldt The internet has an incredible power to remove boundaries in a number of areas of life, and few people know this better than Pakistani-American artist Anila Agha. Originally born in Lahore, Pakistan but finishing her art... Continue Reading
The Art of Rayonism

The Art of Rayonism

Ana Brdar writes about Natalia Goncharova and The Art of Rayonism. One of the most prominent painters to come out of Russia in the first half of the 20th century, Natalia Goncharova and her groundbreaking style redefined the path of contemporary and abstract art in... Continue Reading
The SprayPrinter

The SprayPrinter

Check out what Thomas Boldt has to say about the The SprayPrinter. Most of the hype in the world of printing lately seems to be focused around 3D printing. While it can be used in some fascinating ways by sculptors and installation artists, artists who work in... Continue Reading