Dorit Levinstein’s work invites you to step into her universe of forms, figures, and colors. Her graceful, elegant sculptures seem to giggle with delight and then stretch out with an exquisite elasticity to form their position in space. Each of the twirling figures is painted in vivid colors, creating eye-catching patterns that rhythmically repeat themselves. Levinstein's inspirations vary from human figures and animals to flowers and everyday objects.
The short-lived but memorable movement of Art Nouveau, which took place at the turn of the past century, is characterized by flowing lines of nature. To read more, click here.
From April 25th to 27th, Eden Gallery transformed into a realm of boundless imagination and innovation during London Art Week, where contemporary artworks infused classic themes with vibrant new energy, enchanting visitors at every turn. To read more, click here.
Art has always been a medium for exploring complex topics such as gender identity and societal expectations based on our gender. To read more, Click here.
From intricate still life paintings to bold, abstract prints, flowers have been a popular subject matter across different art movements and styles. Natural beauty, delicate nature, and colorful varieties are commonly seen as themes in flower art and everyday life. Click here to see more.
Whether it's everyday life, the splendor of the natural world, or even the personal struggle of pain and loss, there are so many ways in which artists can find inspiration for their artwork. Some artists' motivation can also come from music, literature, or their own spiritual beliefs and values. Click here to see more.
Art and the heart are two interconnected concepts that have been explored throughout human history. Art has the power to move people emotionally, to touch their hearts and souls, and to create a deep sense of connection and meaning. Click here to see more.
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