Perfectly imperfect.
The most sincere stories and artworks hint at human unease. Today, we cringe over Photoshop exaggerations of perfectionism. Art helps us appreciate the imperfections over an ideal. We’re all freckled and flawed and that’s endearing, it’s what connects us. Art magnifies the emotions, tears, asymmetry and roughness. We love art because it highlights the irregular, impermanent and incomplete.
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left orbit

by Paolo Pibi from Milan

$8.00 — $195.00

fake golden circle

by Paolo Pibi from Milan

$8.00 — $195.00

Fiuto

by Paolo Pibi from Milan

$8.00 — $195.00

Calming artworks: The perfect remedy for stress.
Most of us in megacities are accustomed to living with a little bit of fear. After all, our everyday frenzies and strains remind us that we have something to strive for. So what can we do to make life in the busiest metropolises more habitable? Calming artworks are the perfect remedy to circumvent the chaos and complication. Browse art that’s the equivalent to taking relaxing deep breaths — an essential part of healthy living.
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waterfall

by Paolo Pibi from Milan

$8.00 — $195.00

Envious Moon

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

I'll Carry You

by Max Grunfeld from Hamburg

$8.00 — $195.00

No title VI (Purple)

by Aleksandra Kalisz from Gdynia

$9.00 — $190.00

How much the heart can hold. Collect art about love.
The most basic motivating force of life is also the hardest to depict. See how artists on Stew interpret specific characteristics of love: what it feels like to miss someone; the art of coexistence, how relationships must be remade and renewed. Art brings back memories of first love and makes you feel young again, colors seem more brilliant. Art takes you to a tender, treasured place and time.
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Cold Reception

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

Born in the 80s? You might like these artworks.
If you find being an adult a semi-mystical experience, you’re not alone. We’re a generation of adult-aged people who don’t feel like adults 90% of the time. We’ve grown up feeling uneasy about the effects of technology, we’re serious and emotional and nothing seems to hit the spot. These artworks reflect the appetites of our time: we’re soaked in nostalgia, reminiscing when youngsters saved the day, still longing for the alternative. Funny and thought-provoking, these artworks present our enthusiasm for the “real world” despite the uncertainties.
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Afterparty (chocolate on blue)

by Lori Larusso from Lexington

$10.00 — $195.00

More than Surreal.
The word surreal has become one of the most recycled, overused (and misused) words. The surrealist artworks on Stew are more than peculiar rearrangements of symbols, beyond a fanciful break from reality. These artworks are created in praise of the cerebrate, our yearnings for romantic passageways, our nostalgia for the marvellous.
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Turkish act

by Aleksandra Kalisz from Gdynia

$12.00 — $190.00

Chair

by Sarah Schneider from Pittsburgh

$8.00 — $195.00

Moment's Ornament

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

You need Vitamin SEA.
Everyone should believe in something, we believe everyone needs artworks about the sea. For many of us, the ocean is our “happy place.” It evokes glorious romance, quiet thoughts and forever wonder. These artworks are energetic yet calming, steadfast and unpredictable, the ocean is awe-inspiring in its unfathomable secrets. Exquisite, intuitive and hopeful, art about the sea always has a place in our hearts.
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Holidays

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

Oh, the places you’ll go.
It’s particularly moving when we see places that seem familiar in art: the sunlit towns that blend into us, glorious summer holidays, seawater that loves us back. Art transports us to places our hearts gladly remember, to memories meant for us to rest on, they render a portion of our lives coherent. Art becomes a place where landscapes, histories, conversations intertwine, and time bends back on itself.
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The Key

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

Souvenir Shelf

by Tim Furey from Mullica Hill

$8.00 — $195.00

Room at Night

by Sarah Schneider from Pittsburgh

$8.00 — $195.00

Rig

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

A Day With Linda

by Carolyn Beehler from Nashville

$8.00 — $195.00

What is enduring and everlasting?
How fleeting our days can seem. At the same time life is enduring. Artworks on Stew spotlight golden memories lasting lifetime after lifetime. Art celebrates our fantastic, secret and triumphant experiences. Browse art that's lingering, majestic, sweet and everlasting. Art captures the small, silent moments that are the true story-making events of our lives.
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No title VIII (White lace)

by Aleksandra Kalisz from Gdynia

$12.00 — $190.00

Clouds

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

The Birth of Currency

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

Yellow

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

Ribbon

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

Everything is a self portrait.
We’re always searching… The journey to self knowledge is long. We want to be wise beyond our years, yet forever playful. We refuse to fit in into stereotypes, we’re perplexed by our own paradoxes. Your handwriting, gait, the music and art you love — they’re all self portraits — mixed and matched into hundreds of permutations. Art helps us navigate deep into the niches of our minds.
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Afterparty (purple frosting on yellow)

by Lori Larusso from Lexington

$10.00 — $195.00

Fox mask

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

s.t.

by Paolo Pibi from Milan

$8.00 — $195.00

Girl with Roses

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

Notions of Time.
“Time…It is like a momentary vacuum into which rushes all that I love.” says Vladimir Nabokov. Our most valuable resource has provoked artists generations before and after. This relentless force has enthralled countless writers, scientists and philosophers. To them, time is a game played by the young, an illusion, a dream. Art has a unique way of precisely segmenting the details and preserving them. Art brings out life’s timelessness.
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No title VII (Green)

by Aleksandra Kalisz from Gdynia

$12.00 — $185.00

golden tree

by Paolo Pibi from Milan

$8.00 — $195.00

New Frontier

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

Lecce

by Carolyn Beehler from Nashville

$8.00 — $195.00

21st century Alice

by Zing Sou from Caen

$8.00 — $195.00

Elena

by youdesignme from Berlin

$8.00 — $195.00

Hong Kong Family

by Carolyn Beehler from Nashville

$8.00 — $195.00

Stored

by Martine Frossard from Montreal

$12.00 — $195.00

Pink Moon

by Dave Van Patten from Long Beach

$8.00 — $195.00

Sublimation

by Martine Frossard from Montreal

$12.00 — $195.00

Afterparty (with cookie toppers)

by Lori Larusso from Lexington

$10.00 — $195.00

Afterparty (red cake on pink)

by Lori Larusso from Lexington

$10.00 — $195.00

Girl

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

Lost

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

Maska

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

Fireflies

by Leonor Sanahuja from Madrid

$8.00 — $195.00

(Un)still Life, 36, paint sample experiment

by Kyle Skor from Saint Paul

$8.00 — $195.00

Depressed Lincoln and the Bicycle Caravan

by Dave Van Patten from Long Beach

$8.00 — $195.00

21st century's Alice 2

by Zing Sou from Caen

$8.00 — $195.00

Z1R-TC 'Death Machine'

by Hao Cheng from Butterworth

$8.00 — $60.00

Passerby

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

Telling a Story

by Dave Van Patten from Long Beach

$8.00 — $195.00

No title I (White)

by Aleksandra Kalisz from Gdynia

$8.00 — $195.00

Pecking Order

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

Stuck

by Martine Frossard from Montreal

$12.00 — $195.00

Tribute to Posadas / Battle of Puebla

by Javier Puyou from Mexico City

$8.00 — $195.00

HELL LABYRINTH

by Marc M. Gustà from Barcelona

$8.00 — $195.00

Red nose

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

Amapola

by Leonor Sanahuja from Madrid

$8.00 — $195.00

Effigy

by Martine Frossard from Montreal

$12.00 — $195.00

weight 2

by Paolo Pibi from Milan

$8.00 — $195.00

Drifting Apart

by Max Grunfeld from Hamburg

$8.00 — $195.00

Afterparty (party on green)

by Lori Larusso from Lexington

$10.00 — $195.00

RDXXX

by Hao Cheng from Butterworth

$8.00 — $60.00

Dolce and Gabbana Opening

by Carolyn Beehler from Nashville

$8.00 — $195.00

Overwhelmed

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

Chickens

by Carolyn Beehler from Nashville

$8.00 — $195.00

Afterparty (with frosting crumb)

by Lori Larusso from Lexington

$10.00 — $195.00

Basement with Sign

by Sarah Schneider from Pittsburgh

$8.00 — $195.00

By Night

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

Tommy Knockers

by Tim Furey from Mullica Hill

$8.00 — $195.00

Rat mask

by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

$8.00 — $195.00

HELP FRED TO MAKE A MASTERPIECE

by Marc M. Gustà from Barcelona

$8.00 — $195.00

Consignée

by Martine Frossard from Montreal

$12.00 — $195.00

They Don't Stop

by Tim Furey from Mullica Hill

$8.00 — $195.00

Retreat

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

Afterparty (pineapple up side down)

by Lori Larusso from Lexington

$10.00 — $195.00

System

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00

La Loteria

by Anna Di Mezza from The Blue Mountains

$8.00 — $195.00

Absorb

by Cityabyss from Lomza

$8.00 — $195.00