New Art

Artists We Heart Ed. 13: Meet 14 New iCanvas Creators

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 southwestern scenes to psychedelic portraits, get to know the work of 14 new iCanvas artists.

  1. Emily Balivet
  2. Kristin Harvey
  3. Supanova
  4. Tracy Miller
  5. Kelly Ann Kost
  6. Rebecca Baldwin
  7. Olivia Bürki
  8. John Salozzo
  9. Niyati Jiwani
  10. LaureH
  11. Czar Catstick
  12. Heather Stillufsen
  13. Faux Paw Petique, By Debby Carman
  14. Ping Hatta

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.

Emily Balivet

Placing mythical goddesses at the forefront of enchanted scenes and patterns, Emily Balivet’s paintings are a celebration of the divine feminine. Attributing her inspiration to art nouveau and 1960s psychedelia, her creations exude celestial elements and spirituality. As a result, they can add a touch of mythology or enlightenment to any space.

Click here to see more of Emily Balivet’s art on iCanvas.

Kristin Harvey

Illustrating her love for the southwest sunshine, Kristin Harvey creates vibrant paintings of desert nature scenes. From prickly cacti to chill cowboys, she brings rich colors to each of her pieces. The result are vivid celebrations of culture and climate in the southerwestern US, perfect for bringing life to your walls.

Click here to see more of Kristin Harvey’s art on iCanvas.


Putting a rugged spin on pop culture prints, Supanova contrasts grayscale portraits with colorful shapes and street art elements. From hip hop legends to punk rock bands, their work can help you celebrate your favorite famous faces while putting an edgy spin on your style.

Click here to see more of Supanova’s art on iCanvas.

Tracy Miller

Striving to capture the essence and spirit of pets and wildlife, Tracy Miller paints colorful animal portraits bursting with energy. Whether you’re a pet parent or a lover of wildlife, her work can help add technicolor animal vibes to your space.

Click here to see more of Tracy Miller’s art on iCanvas.

Kelly Ann Kost

Bringing together stylized beings with cute and creepy creatures, Kelly Ann Kost brings whimsical worlds to life. Her surreal scenes feature everything from familiar characters fit for storybooks to mythical figures unafraid of standing out. Her resulting creations can add imaginative energy to your walls.

Click here to see more of Kelly Ann Kost’s art on iCanvas.

Rebecca Baldwin

Surrounded by the diverse landscape of the northwestern U.S, Rebecca Baldwin translates the inspiration she finds in the outdoors to her fine art oil paintings on canvas. Her colorful depictions of wild scenes and Mother Earth’s moments captures the breathtaking beauty to be found in nature.

Click here to see more of Rebecca Baldwin’s art on iCanvas.

Olivia Bürki

Passionate about blending bohemian themes and spirituality, Olivia Bürki creates mixed media illustrations of outdoor scenes and self-care. Sometimes incorporating motivational typography, she compliments enlightened yogis with botanicals and natural landscapes. As a result, her work can help add dreamy, free spirit vibes to your space.

Click here to see more of Olivia Bürki’s art on iCanvas.

John Salozzo

Creating photorealistic paintings of everything from landscapes and wildlife to urban scenes and cars, John Salozzo captures the diverse energy across America. The creator behind several murals across St. Louis, not to mention Rolling Stone ads, John’s work can help you add bold originality to your walls.

Click here to see more of John Salozzo’s art on iCanvas.

Niyati Jiwani

“I ensure my compositions leave a long-lasting effect on people and make them feel pure, positive and peaceful.” Creating paintings often featuring women, Niyati Jiwani merges abstract elements and vivid patterns into unique portraiture. The result is a duality of femininity and nature worthy of bringing thought-provoking vibes into your space.

Click here to see more of Niyati Jiwani’s art on iCanvas.


Striving to spark joy and wonder, LaureH creates digital drawings of cute characters and animals. Often incorporating mischievous moments and curious creatures, her work captures a childlike sense of imagination and playfulness.

Click here to see more of LaureH’s art on iCanvas.

Czar Catstick

Pushing the boundaries between figurative and abstract, Czar Catstick creates digital art of everything from bold patterns, famous faces and splashes of color. “I enjoy using references to well-known art & artists (sometimes hidden) to pay homage to the people I admire.” Whether you want a decorative piece or unique artwork with a hidden message, Czar likely has a piece for you.

Click here to see more of Czar Catstick’s art on iCanvas.

Heather Stillufsen

Living by the motto “never stop dreaming,” Heather Stillufsen creates lifestyle and fashion illustrations often featuring motivational typography. Her goal of empowering women shines through with feminine, delicate vibes and a sense of carefree self-love.

Click here to see more of Heather Stillufsen’s art on iCanvas.

Faux Paw Petique, By Debby Carman

Debby Carman of Faux Paw Petique has a passion for creating energetic pet portraits dripping with bold colors. Referring to her work as “characters and art with heart” she seeks to bring smiles to faces everywhere with her endearing depictions of lovable dogs and cats.

Click here to see more of Faux Paw Petique’s art on iCanvas.

Ping Hatta

Putting a groovy spin on fashion illustrations, Ping Hatta explores womanhood, culture and mindfulness. Her use of angular lines, mesmerizing patterns and diverse fashionistas offers a refreshing take on both modern minimalism and maximalism. As a result, her creations can help you add bold, stylish vibes to your space.

Click here to see more of Ping Hatta’s art on iCanvas.

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