If you live in the United States, you’re probably spending at least a portion of the day attending a bar-be-que or watching fireworks, ostensibly to honor the ratification of the nation’s Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
At Indiewalls, we have a slightly different idea of what it means to celebrate independence: taking time to recognize the work of our artist community. As independent art gains in popularity, opportunity expands for art to create authentic connections between living artists and eager viewers. And independent art that inspires curiosity, elevates design, and prompts novel experiences in everyday spaces should always be celebrated!
A long-exposure action shot of Nate charring the surface of one scribble sculpture with a torch.
New York based artist and interior designer, Sondra Howell, draws inspiration from the natural wonders that surrounded her childhood growing up in a seaside town, emphasizing the exquisite beauty of our environments. Read On>>
Sondra Howell's “Double Arch”
Michael Banks' photograph titled “Bling 13”
Elisabeth Fredriksson's "Blue Skies"
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