Artist of the Week: Carl Grauer, Vanitas 2.0

Artist of the Week: Carl Grauer, Vanitas 2.0

These days, nothing says Ubi Sunt quite like a dying cellphone battery.

Artist of the Week: Beatriz Aguirre, Uncanny Doubles

Artist of the Week: Beatriz Aguirre, Uncanny Doubles

Beatriz Aguirre’s portfolio of off-beat and bewildering paintings repeatedly plays with the viewer’s expectations with uncanny doubling, cultural references, and grotesque distortions to the human body.

Artist Of The Week: Nick Savides, Eyes and New York

Artist Of The Week: Nick Savides, Eyes and New York

Through all his skillfully-rendered cityscapes, Nick uses a slyly complicated style of realism to explore how we look at the city and, more importantly, how the city looks back at us.

New Artist Round Up

New Artist Round Up

Meet the newest artists on UGallery.

Artist Of The Week: Dwight Smith, Contain Yourself

Artist Of The Week: Dwight Smith, Contain Yourself

Centuries ago, humans made a universal decision that a bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush. While old adages should never be tampered with or mocked, this avian hierarchy begs a few questions. Dwight Smith asks them with droll watercolors.

April's New Artist Round Up

April's New Artist Round Up

In this monthly installment, we welcome the new artists joining UGallery this month.

Artist Of The Week: Jose H. Alvarenga, Ce N'est Pas Une Banane

Artist Of The Week: Jose H. Alvarenga, Ce N'est Pas Une Banane

Jose reiterates the incompatibility of different symbol systems, but complicates them with subtle similarities.

April Fool's Day: Art History's Notorious Pranksters

April Fool's Day: Art History's Notorious Pranksters

In this special April Fool's post, we share some of art history's most notorious pranksters.