Diane Flick paints photorealistic paintings of idiosyncratic robots. Through the robots quirky pastimes, they remind the viewer of the humor that comes with being a human.
In The Hues Collection, our curators take viewers on a trip around the color wheel. The collection begins and ends with green. Each row of artwork in between shifts through the colors with smooth transitions.
The surprising connection between religious artwork from the Byzantine Empire and the contemporary paintings of cocktail lounges by Diana Elena Chelaru illuminates the abstract and, even, otherworldliness of nightlife.
Beginning in the morning and ending in the night, UGallery’s newest and most experimental curated collection to date, tells the story of a single, ordinary day.
Wabi-sabi is a traditional Japanese aesthetic that embraces imperfection and incompletion. Learn more about the convention-defying beauty with a spotlight on the asymmetrical shapes, rough textures, and natural weathering of The Wabi-Sabi Collection.
Meet the newest artists joining UGallery this month.
Artist Of The Week, Gail Greene captures natural motion through impressionism and natural symbols of journey.
This month, we are delighted to welcome a talented roster of new artists to UGallery. These artists work in a range of styles and mediums and join us from around the globe.
We are zipping up our parkas and venturing out into the snow for Winter Art collection spotlight.