The “Best Of: Blue” Collection celebrates the many moods of our beloved blue.
Watercolor painter, bike aficionado, and California native, Nancy Muren has the wheels turning on a mission to catalog the beauty of San Francisco’s bicycle population in a new series of brightly colored, slyly humorous watercolors.
In this collection spotlight, we explore artworks that were studied and selected to elevate a Mid-Century Modern space through their deeply entrenched connections to the influences that founded the style’s era.
In a new blog series, we interview art consultant and advisor Alan Bamberger about art world trends and collecting art.
From an eco-conscious mixed-media artist to a Baroque-influenced oil painter, meet the newest artists joining UGallery this month.
Rick Hamilton's stylistic mannerisms have packed up their trunks and set off for summer camp. The painter from South Portland, Maine approaches the summertime theme of friendship with a blue-green vision and time-obscured hindsight.
Defined as paintings or drawings of arrangements of object, the Still Life genre has a code of symbols that is fruitful and a history that is rich.
Leslie Morgan is an artist, an open water swimmer, and, more than anything else, an adventurer.
George Peebles' perspective on the world express itself through contemporary, colorful landscapes and abstracts. His perspective is not one of convention. He is colorblind.