Thursday, October 19, 2017

peter zokosky

Zokosky is a painter who delights in short-circuiting the accepted evolutionary order. In his canvases humans regularly divest themselves of their skins, exposing the flayed musculature beneath, whilst still maintaining classical poses.

Roland Bernier

"Ideas can be re-used for a thousand variations supplying the framework for a whole body of work rather than just a single piece..."

Holly Roberts

In her photo-painting hybrids Roberts synchronizes the abstract and imaginary with the literal and everyday.

Wura-Natasha Ogunji

Wura-Natasha Ogunji is an artist based in Austin, Texas, and Lagos, Nigeria, who does work on paper, video and performances. Her performances are very...

shane guffogg

Using the idea of illumination as a literal and metaphorical framework for his work, L.A.-based artist Shane Guffogg makes oil paintings with radiant, fairly humming surfaces, replete with the caprices of refractive light trapped inside their own skin.

Carlson Hatton

His home reflects the artist’s philosophy that living and working spaces should be seamlessly integrated.

Piero Spadaro

Unlike those who struggle to find their passion in life, the path appears to have been always clear for San Francisco-based Piero Spadaro. “It...

ann gale

Aficionados of portraiture tend to divide the genre into opposing camps, of Romanticism versus Naturalism.

wm. swanson

William Swanson’s coolly compelling, rigorous-yet-playful paintings depict conglomerations of human artifice and natural landscape, which seem to have been put into a blender and electrified.

sherie’ franssen

Sherie’ Franssen’s massive, vigorous paintings revel in the depth and saturation that are hallmarks of oil paint.

james boulton

Painter James Boulton’s restless, irreverent abstractions are the product of a peripatetic life and wide-ranging artistic influences.

lauren davies

The work of San Francisco artist Lauren Davies harks back to her childhood visits to Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museums, old-fashioned emporia of art, natural history, and science.

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