Rodin, Michelangelo, Donatello—these are the names of the innovative visionaries behind some of the greatest sculptures in art history. Sculptors like these gifted creatives have the unique opportunity to bring their subjects to life and manipulate materials to defy the expectations of spectators. Whether chiseling marble or casting in bronze, there is no denying the power of sculpture. Throughout history, there have been famous sculptors who have withstood the test of time.
French street artist JR is known for creating photorealistic installations around the globe, oftentimes using his art as a means...
Artificial intelligence has been around for years, but AI-generated artwork has really taken off in 2022.
While we normally think of drawings as two-dimensional works of art, Fabio Gonçalves manages to fool the eye with his hyperrealistic style. The Brazil-based artist creates meticulous pencil drawings inspired by architecture, art history, and pop culture. His latest piece portrays the door of the Duomo di Milan in spectacular detail; a feat that took him over 350 hours to accomplish.
Using the beach as his canvas, artist Jon Foreman installs mesmerizing designs that are completely composed of stones.
Most artists begin their creative journey by picking up a pencil. While some may ultimately choose another medium, others will spend a lifetime learning how to draw and honing their skills. My Modern Met regularly features talented draftspeople from across the globe, and now that the year is coming to an end, it's the perfect time to look back at some of the most impactful, beautiful, and overall best drawings of 2022.
Creative collaboration is essential to art.
Cats been companions to people for centuries, but they've also served as creative muses for countless artists across the world.
Glass art is an age-old creative form. While we are accustomed to seeing it take the shape of elegant vases and chandeliers, it is rarely used to convey movement. The art of Carol Milne, however, is an exception. Based in Seattle, she works on a series of glass sculptures that depict hands knitting themselves in a celebration of nurturing oneself and the act of creating.
Fallen leaves find a new life in the art of Susanna Bauer.
From the deserts of Egypt to a square in war-torn Ukraine, art installations spread their wings across the globe in...