When it comes to the creative process, most artists are no strangers to experimentation. While many are loyal to the more traditional visual mediums, it seems the majority of modern artists have at one point dabbled in the alluring technique of employing multiple mediums.
Photography is not just a staple within the worlds of art and editorial print, but also a medium utilized in everyday life.
Cheer riders on and help welcome the Tour de France this month with cycling inspired artwork! Capture the speed of a healthy competition or lay back and wind down with a cruise through the countryside. Find your own route and enjoy the thrill of cycling with this group of talented artists!
Complimentary color combinations: Orange and Blue, Red and Green, Yellow and Violet. These colors when placed in the same visual space create the most contrast for a dramatic statement. They are unlikely pairs, yet when combined they produce a harmonious effect.
Blown, fused, slumped, cast, carved, etched or cut - glass can be used as a medium in all of these ways and more to create beautiful and delicate objects of art. What is glass made of? How is it formed? Let's answer these questions and take a look at the different forms and functions of this versatile material within the art world.
Merritt Gallery in Haverford This beautiful Brandybend Stone Farmhouse renovation with interior design by Wendy Danziger was featured in Main Line Today. According to Wendy, "They were willing to take chances. They didn’t want it to look like a dark, dated country farmhouse." Merritt Gallery was thrilled to work with Wendy and her clients to find just the right pieces of art for their home. Click here for the full article