Today we’re looking at doodles. . . yet these illustrative marks by Yogesh Bhusare are really so much more than that.. . . read more
Home is where the heart is, and perhaps that is why Ekaterina Popova’s paintings feel both familiar and foreign at the same. . . read more
If you’ve ever looked into a kaleidoscope and fell in love with the swirls of color and ever-changing patterns, you’ll probably be equally fascinated by Hufreesh Dumasia Chopra’s abstract paintings.
Hufreesh's artwork stems from a natural expression of her being—her subconscious—unfolding in all sorts of wonderful ways, through poetic. . . read more
Martha Kisling believes art warms the heart, feeds the soul and adds joy to your life. Those of us at EmptyEasel couldn’t agree. . . read more
Oil painter Cindy Walton of Asheville, N.C. is able to convey a moment of complete serenity in one painting, and total chaos in. . . read more
When you live in the breathtaking state of Montana like Lisa Gibson does, inspiration is never far away. Using acrylics, ink, watercolor, and colored pencils, she gives her mixed-media paintings a luminous, softly textured surface that calls out for introspection and study.
Previously exploring her creativity through photography, quilt making. . . read more
Collage artist Janyce Boynton uses hand-stamped papers and acrylic paint to create nature-inspired collages filled with her home. . . read more
Andalee Motrenec’s illustrations are simple, clean, and brimming with life and character—each one showcasing her talent for. . . read more
How do animals fit into this hectic, people-oriented world?
That's a question New York-based artist Yasuaki Okamoto strives to find answers to within his sometime political, but always thought-provoking artwork. And although his latest endeavors combine pencil drawings with watercolor, what you’ll see below are a few of his poignant oil. . . read more
The opportunity to present color in vivid, luminous ways is what drove Alan Mckee to become a digital painter. Educated by his. . . read more
Conventional markers of excellence—seeking diplomas, certificates, or professional training—have never been a focus for. . . read more