Celebrating Artists on International Artist Day with a selection of our Art Calendars
El Gato's introspective paintings are laced with clues and symbolism about society’s virtues and vices. A pseudonym of a contemporary Italian artist known for his unique and surreal style of painting he was born in Milan, Italy, in 1981. His real name is Gianluca Traina and his art is characterized by a fusion of various influences, including folklore, mythology, religious iconography, and the natural world.
El Gato Chimney is one our new artists for 2024 and we love how he brings to life a mystical realm of a brilliantly colored birds bearing the weight of social baggage.
Melanie Hava is an Australian contemporary visual artist known for her distinctive and vibrant artwork. Born in Brisbane, Australia, she is of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous heritage. This diverse cultural background has influenced her art, and she often explores themes related to identity, culture, and connections to the land.
Each year we carry Melanie's Calendar which has a different theme. The theme for this year is rainforests and reef featuring extraordinary traditional art from Australia's tropical north.
Robert Bissell is a contemporary British-American artist known for his distinctive and enchanting paintings that often feature anthropomorphic animals in serene and surreal landscapes. His work combines a deep appreciation for the natural world with imaginative storytelling.
The bears in Robert Bissell’s universe are playful meditations on the inner lives of those creatures and, by extension, of human creatures. Whether entranced by swirling butterflies or contemplating distant horizons, the bears draw us in and invite us to see ourselves, once again, as part of nature.
Pablo Amaringo (1938-2009) was a Peruvian artist and shaman who is best known for his intricate and visionary paintings inspired by his experiences with the traditional Amazonian plant medicine, Ayahuasca. He was a prominent figure in the world of Amazonian shamanism and visionary art.
The symbolic realms Amaringo visited as part of his religious practices are recreated in his vivid, psychedelic paintings such as Encanto Rumi, Pagoda Dorada, Allpa Manchari, and many others. Full of animals, plants, spirits, and mythological beings.
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter and one of the most renowned and influential figures in the history of Western art. His life and work are characterized by a combination of brilliance, emotional intensity, and personal struggles.
This Calendar will allow you to gaze on Vincent van Gogh’s work in France and showcases shimmering French landscapes. You will be able to see through the soul of this consummate artist and feel both the joy and pain of the human condition.
Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a French painter and one of the leading figures of the Impressionist art movement. He is renowned for his revolutionary approach to art, particularly his depictions of light and color, and his numerous series of paintings of the same subject in different lighting conditions.
We have collection of Monet and Impressionist Calendars you can view here
Thomas Kinkade (1958-2012) was an American painter known for his popular and often-controversial style of artwork, which is often characterized as "painter of light." Kinkade's paintings typically depict idyllic and cozy scenes, including cottages, gardens, landscapes, and picturesque villages.
Thomas Kinkade Studios carries on the artist's legacy of creating and sharing beautiful images that evoke a sense of peace, inspiration, and gratitude. This year's theme for the 12-month wall calendar is Lakeside Splendor.
We feature art Calendars from every corner of the globe that represent a vast array of styles and influences. From the ukiyo-e woodblock prints of Japanese artists to the bold and colorful canvases of Latin American artists, diversity in art is a testament to the richness of human creativity.