More art means it’s easier than ever to discover art you love! Whether you want to feel inspired, tell a story, or transform your space, connecting new artists with art appreciators like you is one of the best parts of welcoming more creators to iCanvas’ creative community.
From vibrant cubism to soft minimalism, get to know the work of 11 new iCanvas artists.
- Julia Ryan
- Laurie Prindle
- Chris Lord
- Leith O’Malley
- Lucy Michelle
- Konnie Kim
- Roselin Estephania
- Merle Callesen
- Ruchell Alexander
- Ross Coskrey
- Jonna James
Keep scrolling to get to know the newest artists we’re proud to partner with. You might just discover some new art that can move you, spark conversation, or help tie a room together.
Blending sensuality with style, Julia Ryan creates bold oil paintings of women and fashion accessories. From feminine bodies dripping with water to bedazzled portraits, her work exudes intimacy and glamour. With a penchant for pop art and hyperrealism, her work can add trendy or intriguing vibes to your space.
Inspired by her love for horses, Laurie Prindle creates digital paintings celebrating her favorite creatures. From adding tribal elements to festive imagery, she captures the power and majesty of horses, unicorns and sometimes other western animals, as well as Native Americans. The results are prints perfect for equine lovers of all kinds.
Marrying his creativity with technology, Chris Lord creates digitally enhanced photographs. From ornate architecture to sprawling scenery, he captures the magic of both city streets and natural landscapes. His work offers a great way to add adventurous vibes to your space.
Responding to his infatuation with design, Leith O’Malley creates mixed media art of morose and mythical beings, as well as edgy takes on recognizable faces. From obscure characters to pop culture icons, his creations can help add an intriguing edge to your wall.
Inspired by anime films and travel, Lucy Michelle creates illustrations of her favorite characters, hip scenes and colorful typography. Whether you’re looking for a minimalist take on botanical imagery or a way to pay homage to your favorite animated film, Lucy likely has a print for you.
With a deep appreciation for Mother Nature, Konnie Kim paints outdoor scenes rich in color. Using calligraphic brush strokes, she captures the atmospheric feel of landscapes of all kinds. As a result, her work can add calming, organic vibes to any space.
Blending surrealism with a dose of reality, Roselin Estephanie creates watercolor paintings of women and close-ups of body parts. Often incorporating otherworldly elements, her work exudes an emotional depth and intimacy. The resulting works are perfect for adding thought-provoking vibes to any wall.
Using soft colors and interesting shapes and patterns, Merle Callesen creates digital art of abstracts, typography and botanicals. With a wide collection of creations spanning from minimalist to energetic with a touch of softness, her work can help you capture chic, decorative elements in your space.
Fusing dimension with imagination, Ruchell Alexander creates acrylic and mixed media art bursting with colors and shapes. With strong elements of cubism, his eye-catching works inspire creativity and positivity. The results are vibrant pieces perfect for adding energy and movement to any wall.
Using recognizable phrases and quotes from pop culture, Ross Coskrey creates digital art and posters for film and travel fans of all kinds. Whether you want to celebrate your favorite characters or your favorite brands and products, Ross likely has a modern print for you.
Creating a whimsical fusion of southwest style and bold colors, Jonna James paints animals, nature and foods. Incorporating vibrant patterns into her subjects and their backgrounds, she captures a creative and sometimes quirky energy. As a result, her work can help add fun, chaotic vibes to any space.