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Jewelry by Seulgi Kwon

Seulgi Kwon received her BFA and MFA in Metalwork and Jewelry from  Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea. Her work has been exhibited internationally in Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, and the United States. Kwon’s sculptural forms are...

BioMarble by Hannah Elisabeth Jones

Hannah Elisabeth Jones graduated from Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University with First Class Honours, BA Textiles in Practice. She is the inventor of a new, flexible material called 'BioMarble' (patent pending). BioMarble has a...

Paintings by Dave Muller

Dave Muller was born in 1964 in San Francisco and lives and works in Los Angeles. His work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions in the United States and abroad. The pieces featured here are acrylic paint on gessoed plywood. Muller appropriates...

Installation by Joe Page

  In Joe Page's words: "The escapist allure of immersive environments drives my work, which orients the viewer in a place of comfort and curiosity. The vibrant colors, reductive imagery, and illustrated movements within the “Flow Chart” series of...

Paintings by Robert Janitz

Robert Janitz creates boldly expressive paintings in which he distills his memories and experiences, as well as real world and art historical references, into semi-abstract and abstract images. He explores themes ranging from the history of portraiture to...

Political Folds. Paintings by Geandy Pavón

  Geandy Pavón is an accomplished Cuban-born artist based in New Jersey. About his series Political Fold, he says : “In my opinion, the effectiveness of an image is inscribed in its potential as a ruin. I am interested in revealing the conceptual strength...

New Works in Paper by Elsa Mora

Today I'm sharing this series of eight paper pieces titled Mindscapes, (16" x 19" each). They are part of the new work that I've created for my upcoming solo exhibition at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, Oregon. The exhibit will be on view from August...

Sculptures by Tyler Beard

In Tyler Beard's words: "My work investigates the interaction of color, material, geometry, and image. In each composition I seek a soothing formalism in which each part is necessary for the whole.  The work is meticulously edited, arranged and rearranged,...

Paintings by Julie Curtiss

  Julie Curtiss (b.1982) is an emerging artist whose work beautifully examines the impact of identity, femininity and modern culture. It’s true that for many contemporary artists around the world, the mingling of art and femininity draws high attention....

Ceramics by Sandra Jávera

  Sandra Jávera is a Brazilian-born artist based in New York City. Her background in architecture informs the ceramics featured here. In this work, she explores the relationship between shape and space on a small scale. Sandra enjoys experimenting with a...

Ceramics by David Hicks

In David Hicks' words: “I am drawn to the forms and processes that inform my surrounding landscape. Regrettably, I find myself looking at nature from a distance, separated through an abnormal mechanism that keeps me physically disconnected but visually...

Elsa Mora: Misunderstandings: In touch with reality…

Today I want to share a piece written by Kim Atherfold about Misunderstandings, one of the series that I have created for my upcoming solo exhibition at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, Oregon. The exhibit will open to the public on August 29th, 2018. The...

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