Alessandro Andreuccetti, an artist from San Gimignano, Italy, has a style that is constantly evolving–rising upwards like the skyscrapers he paints. His urban landscapes first condense cities into form and color, then expand them into human emotions and experience.
For Artist Of The Week Jonelle Summerfield, everything is inspiration. She has an extremely open mind that finds artistic potential in even the most surprising places – from the foods she eats, to the places she travels, to the kickboxing class she instructs.
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.
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.
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.
Lesli DeVito had always painted on a large scale and in an unmistakably "Lesli DeVito" style. Sugar-dusted pastels, enlightened animals, and mannerly titles would expand to the edges of her canvas, eliciting joy.
Learn more about The Ornamental Artwork Collection as curators Alex Farkas and Madeline Stafford answer questions about the making of this collection in 16 words or less.
Amid this busy, holiday-preparatory season, we welcome a talented roster of new artists to UGallery. Our November artists work in a range of styles and mediums and join us from around the globe.