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Artists We Heart Ed. 97: Meet 8 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 introspective females to nostalgic patterns to city posters, meet 8 new artists who can help you bring melancholic serenity, retro liveliness, and more kinds of energy to your space.

  1. Frank Warmerdam
  2. Gulay Berryman
  3. Misprint
  4. Kate Rebecca Leach
  5. Naomi Davies
  6. Remy Disch
  7. DionJa’y
  8. Studio Memphis Waves

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.

Frank Warmerdam

Frank Warmerdam creates delightful paintings of animals partaking in playful, everyday activities and wearing clothes. With his scenes acting as a mirror for our own irrational behavior, he encourages the viewer to look further into each “cute silly animal, which we as a supposedly intelligent species look down on”. From cats in baths to Vespa girls to frog stories, we think his artwork can be a wonderful way to create an eye-catching atmosphere with humorous vibes.

Click here to see more of Frank Warmerdam’s work on iCanvas.

Gulay Berryman

Gulay Berryman creates realistic paintings of intricate houses, recognizable buildings, cities, and lush landscapes. Showcasing everything from country homes to famous landmarks, she captures idyllic settings from around the world. From tavern shops to holidays in Venice to lavender fields, her prints are full of picturesque views. Making her artwork a great way to create a scenic or historical atmosphere.

Click here to see more of Gulay Berryman’s work on iCanvas.


Based in Adelaide, Australia, Misprint creates surreal digital art of female portraits, cosmic scenes, and elements of nature. Fusing together the spiritual and the daydream, their creations showcase a variety of mesmerizing glows. From magic mushrooms to rainbow serpents to trees of life, their prints are full of delicate details. If you’re looking to create a fantasy atmosphere with celestial vibes, we think their artwork can be a nice way to achieve your goals.

Click here to see more of Misprint’s work on iCanvas.

Kate Rebecca Leach

UK artist Kate Rebecca Leach creates watercolors and mixed media art of abstracts, blooming flowers, underwater scenes, and other natural elements. Inspired by nature, her work features “a myriad of dots, decorations, and most importantly gold”. From retro sunflowers to peacock stripes to deco butterflies, her prints are full of patterns and shapes. If you’re hoping to add a dose of whimsy or organic energy to your space, we think her artwork can be a lovely way to fulfill your vision.

Click here to see more of Kate Rebecca Leach’s work on iCanvas.

Naomi Davies

Based in the UK, Naomi Davies creates digital posters of city buildings, zodiac constellations, alcoholic beverages, and more. Inspired by nature, street art, pop culture, and current events, she showcases a mix of scenic views from around the world alongside drinks garnished with botanicals. From Moroccan archways to whiskey bottles to fashion store fronts, we think her artwork can be a great way to create a refreshing or cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Click here to see more of Naomi Davies’ work on iCanvas.

Remy Disch

Remy Disch paints portraits of mostly females with slightly misshapen bodies. Exploring the aesthetic potential of balance, he calls on the “din of everyday life to still itself in a moment of calmed, peaceful disorientation”. From days of silence to two sisters to forgotten dreams, his prints are full of introspective energy. Making his artwork an interesting way to create a melancholic yet serene atmosphere

Click here to see more of Remy Disch’s work on iCanvas.


DionJa’y creates acrylic paintings and mixed media art of Black people playing instruments, reading books, golfing, and other vibrant scenes. With a goal to correct any negativity in the world through his paintings, his work celebrates “life, happiness and hope”. From guardian angels to shoe addicts to sister ballerinas, we think his artwork can be a bright way to create an empowering or passionate atmosphere.

Click here to see more of DionJa’y’s work on iCanvas.

Studio Memphis Waves

Based in the Netherlands, Studio Memphis Waves creates digital art featuring ‘80s and ‘90s patterns, lines, and geometric shapes. Expressing feelings of nostalgia, they incorporate a mix of bright color schemes reminiscent of the past. From checkered creations to VHS patterns to squiggly line designs, we think their artwork can be a fun way to create a lively and retro atmosphere.

Click here to see more of Studio Memphis Waves’ work on iCanvas.

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