Dina Brodsky is a contemporary realist miniaturist, painter and curator.
Follow the artist's 363-day journey as she creates miniature paintings using repurposed tea bags as her canvas.
Pomet lives and works in Grenada, Spain, and is represented by galleries in Spain, the US, and Denmark.
As a painter, Waito has continued to pursue this inspiration, with a focus towards geology, geometry, light, and a sense of wonder and curiosity.
Santin juxtaposes flattened planes with tangible forms carved by light and shadow to create a continuous perceptual dialogue in each work.
Layers of matter and sensation, with a happy collision of texture and transparency.
These paintings are about trauma, fear and loneliness and the strength that it takes to survive and thrive.
“When I realized my first floor piece about eight years ago, it represented an attempt to break with the shiny surface of the synthetic resin works.”
Selection of Adam's geometric reductive watercolor paintings.
The self-taught artist, Miguel Ángel Belinchón aka Belin, has grown internationally as one of the leading hyper-realistic graffiti artists over the past 15 years.
Seattle-based artist Mary Iverson creates oil paintings that both celebrate nature and comment on our problematic choices surrounding it.
Vietnamese born Duy Huynh creates poetic and contemplative acrylic paintings.
A post-human world, surrealist paintings.
Using only black watercolor, Elicia creates unique relationship between human and nature.
Step into the alternate '80s universe created by a Swedish sci-fi artist.
Cityscapes Set at Dawn and Dusk, oil paintings.
Cosmos themed oil on linen paintings