Technology may very well have marched onwards, but when it comes to the human condition, it is clear we know no more and no less today than those who were able to create such miraculous and sophisticated works of art as long ago as the iron age.
There’s something about learning to draw that fascinates us. Today, seeing a representational drawing done in real-time or even a time-lapse video of a drawing can almost seem like magic. We’re left astonished, wondering, “How did they do that?”
Laura Grenning is one of the leading Gallerists focusing on representational Art in the US. In this interview, she gives artists advice on approaching a gallery and maintaining a successful relationship with a gallerist.
Mantyk, a self-taught musician originally from New Zealand, shared with Canvas her inspiration for this song, about crossing disciplines for inspiration, and her belief in the sacred and transformative potential of creating.
Joshua began the new weekly live stream event called "Master Monday" by analyzing Michelangelo's iconic drawing, a seated male nude twisting around.
Professor Kunlun Zhang is one of China’s most accomplished sculptors. Zhang was detained in China four times, beaten, and tortured for practicing the peaceful Buddhist meditation practice Falun Gong. Now, he is a voice for justice through the power of art.
“The search for beauty in art was a path I started early in life and never left, it has led me not only to meaning but to every other good thing in my life.” NMA instructor Juliette Aristides is a pioneer in […]