6 January, 2015
Linda Coppens, a Belgian artist trained in psychology explains her interest in the human and how it lead to the development of her artistic theme: the complexity of the human. The transparent and opaque layers she creates in her paintings are intended to bring the layers of memory and the influence of past experiences to life
12 November, 2014
We had a great gathering in Glebe for ‘Viscosity’, see selected photos here
8 November, 2014
I don’t think I had ever realized that a house that size could hold that much art, that much psychotically glorious imagination. (Versailles? Yes. A house in Upper North Seddon? No.) It was like being granted entrance to Aladdin’s cave. Gorgeous luscious treasures cascading and tumbling at me from every direction.
26 October, 2014
For some, art truly does remove the debris of everyday life. For some, art is soul food, it is inspiration or serenity; it is a visual stimulation that affects people both physically and emotionally.
22 October, 2014
Artfuly’s very own Sabina Klein has had her boisterous original works featured on Channel 9’s hit show The Block Glasshouse! Sabina has supplied seven original paintings to pair Chris and Jenna.
22 September, 2014
Oodles of psychological research has shown that colour has the power to affect behaviour, moods and most importantly for workspaces – productivity. So we have to ask, why aren’t there more colours in your office?
3 September, 2014
Why Artfuly.com is the best choice for artists who are serious about their work
12 August, 2014
The first complete showing of Project Icarus in the original Form 1 comprising nineteen individual canvas panels that create one singular piece. It is a mind bending surrealist journey inspired by the mechanical yet grounded in the tradition of visual story telling
11 August, 2014
An interview with Artfuly artist Trisha Lambi.
2 July, 2014
Art has depicted, created and preserved some extraordinarily beautiful women. Here Artfuly’s top 10 most beautiful women in artworks.
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