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We've put together a collection of varied styles by artists at endemicworld. These works show how the form can offer an escape from the mundane, evoke strong emotions, and challenge perceptions.
In this blog post, we'll delve into the power of nature in art, specifically exploring examples of landscape art. Nature has always been a great source of inspiration for artists, and landscape art allows us to appreciate the beauty and wonder of the natural world. Join us as we explore the significance of nature in art and how you can incorporate landscape art prints into your own collection.
In this digital age, the world of art is just a click away. With countless online platforms offering a vast selection of art pieces, buying art online has become more accessible than ever. However, navigating the online art market can be overwhelming, especially for those new to the experience. Fear not! In this blog post, we'll guide you through the art of buying art online, providing valuable tips to ensure a seamless and satisfying journey. From discovering reputable platforms to making informed decisions, let's embark on an art-filled adventure!
Welcome, art enthusiasts and aspiring collectors! If you''ve always wanted to start collecting art but aren't quite sure how to start, let this blog be your guidance. In this blog post, we'll share some simple and important things to consider when starting your art collection, while reminding you to enjoy the process and have fun exploring lots of new art. Let's get started.
Who says you need to be a professional framer to get that fancy gallery look? We have all the simple tips and tricks to help make framing your art prints at home a quick and easy job, with stellar results.
Fine art prints are the showstealer in any room, so it's super important to keep them looking good so they can continue to shine for years to come. Keeping them looking their best for years to come does require some tender loving care. We've got you covered with these easy tips on how to care for your fine art prints at home!
Sophia Jenny is a visual and photographic artist based on Auckland’s North Shore, who has recently started creating cyanotypes, a slow-reacting process of photographic printing using sunlight. “I love the sun, and I’m fascinated by the unique qualities and possibilities of cyanotype. It’s the perfect medium for combining my skills as a photographer with my passion for fine art.” We love her process so asked her a few questions around that and what inspires her mesmerizingly blue art prints.
With the recent release of fine art prints by Lucy Rice we thought we would ask the Warwick based artist a few questions and get to know her a little better. 

How did you start your career as an artist?

I was a Photographer for 10 years then in 2019 I started Painting part time in my garage, this year I have become a full time artist & loving it!

'Calm of Hauraki Gulf' by Alice Berry is one of 80 whales tails currently on public display throughout Auckland region. Artists were asked to decorate and paint the tails to help raise awareness on the issues in the Hauraki Gulf and inform people about what needs to be done to protect our oceans. Alice Berry also has a limited edition art print 'Laolao/Calm of the Sea' of the same style as this whales tail.
Following the completion of the mural 'Us' at Vauxhall Primary School in Devonport, we caught up with Sparrow Phillips, the artist behind the brand Component. We chatted about growing in 80's Ponsonby, the influential teachers he had in high school, the balance of making art and making a living and the mural project as well.
Emile Holmewood is a graphic designer working and living in Tokyo, by way of London. Emile is pretty busy, often working across three time zones (Japan-10pm, London-2pm & New York-9am is the sweet spot), he recently became a dad and somehow he found the time to kindly reply to my back and forth emails. We "chatted" about how he ended up in Japan, what influences Tokyo has on his art, his favourite snack and of course LEGO.