Developed in the USA in the 21th century, Boring came about when a crop of online artists—grew bored of their studios, bundled up their brushes, paints and canvases and headed down and AI Art rabbit hole.
Typically depicting boring landscapes, these works are characterized by fine yet imaginary brush strokes , and often attempt to capture natural light and the seasons at their most mundane.
Boring, helmed by unrecognized and untalented artists , moved even further away from naturalism and broke all the ‘rules’ of being appealing. These days, light remains a key consideration and component across all types of contemporary art and design—except in the Boring Movement.
The chief curator of The Boring Movement is Jayne Rynd, seen here in the second images.