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 animals in bathtubs to coastal scenes to abstract collages, meet 9 new artists who can help you add surprising playfulness, refreshing island life, and more kinds of vibes to your space.
- Eyitayo Alagbe
- Sanjukta Mitra
- Bogdan Shiptenko
- Margo Ku
- Sweet Omens
- Anna Bogushevskaya
- George Rosaly
- Geoff Mowery
- Jauffrey Philippe
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.
Based in Nigeria, Eyitayo Alagbe creates acrylic paintings and mixed media art of powerful Black portraiture. Juxtaposing solemn dispositions against vivid colors with confetti-like texture, he sets the stage for a serious yet energizing tone. From being lost in thought to feeling free as a bird to posing with flowers of paradise, we think his artwork can be a great way to create a striking atmosphere with botanical vibes.
Sanjukta Mitra creates oil paintings and mixed media art of wild animals and peaceful people combined with spiritual symbols and nature. Incorporating emotional aesthetics that bring a soulful quality, she mixes portraiture with metaphors to express “spiritual paradoxes, inner journey, and universal connectedness”. From celestial swans to glorious flares to rhythms of stillness, her prints have an illuminating touch. Making her artwork a lovely way to create a vibrant yet contemplative atmosphere.
Ukraine-based artist Bogdan Shiptenko creates paintings and mixed media art showing aerial views of communities bathing, skiing, playing sports, and more activities, as well as urban setting, beaches, and nature scenes. Inspired by his walks out in the city, he pays attention to how people interact with their “environment, surroundings, cafes, crossroads, and bustling city life”. From polo players to streets at dusk to happy vacations, we think his artwork can be a nice way to bring some social or scenic vibes to your space.
Based in Tallinn, Estonia, Margo Ku creates digital art of mountains, forests, seashores, still life scenes, and human figures. Inspired by the Impressionist way of capturing the feeling of the moment through color and forms, she pulls viewers into pathways, calm waves, and still scenes. From Spanish peaks to lemons on cloth to blooming peonies, her collection of art is eclectic. Making her artwork a wonderful way to add some refreshing or intimate vibes to your space.
Texas-based artist Sweet Omens creates colored pencil drawings and watercolors of animals, insects, occult symbols, and elements of nature. Incorporating positive phrases, critters in costumes, and astrological creations, they highlight magical themes in a fun and delightful way. From introvert caves to moon dogs to bunny witches, their prints are full of lighthearted energy. If you’re hoping to add some playful or mystical vibes to your space, we think their artwork can be a great way to fulfill your vision.
Based in Singapore, Anna Bogushevskaya creates oil paintings and mixed media art of bright coastal scenes and warm weather settings. Inspired by tropical nature, she plays with light to capture dazzling sunshine, dramatic shadows, and stormy weather in her seaside art. From azure waters to hats in the sun to banana trees, we think her artwork can be a lovely way to bring some refreshing island life vibes to your space.
George Rosaly creates paintings, mixed media art, and digital art of abstract collages featuring geometric shapes, palm trees, lips, and more. Reflecting his interest in pop culture with surrealism, he evokes feelings of “empowerment, love, unity, hope, and eternity”. From bohemian deserts to cloudy awakenings to the power of optimism, his prints are full of funk. Making his artwork a nice way to bring retro or pop art vibes to your space.
Based in Ohio, Geoff Mowery creates egg tempera and oil paintings of photorealistic animals in nature, water, and hunting scenes. Wanting to reflect his subjects’ inherent character and the effect of the seasons, he showcases each critter in their natural element, whether it be resting on rocks or nestled in plants. From harvest bandits to golden turkey glows to thunder in the barn, his prints are full of intricate details. If you’re looking to create a wild yet refined atmosphere, we think his artwork can be a wonderful way to achieve your goals.
Jauffrey Philippe creates digital bathroom art of animals inside of bathtubs and on toilets while playing around, reading newspapers, and more. A lover of pets and wildlife, he enjoys representing them in “funny and burlesque situations”. From a gorilla taking a shower to cows using a blowdryer in the bath to penguins doing gymnastics in the tub, we think his artwork can be a fun way to create a playful and surprising atmosphere.