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Wooden Sculptures by Andrew Zimmerman

Andrew Zimmerman's work is governed by a process he invents, and re-invents, to create painted marks and assembled constructions. Each body of work often looks distinct from the previous collection, but the underlying pursuit is consistent — to discover...

Ceramics by En Iwamura

En Iwamura was born in Kyoto, Japan. He completed both his BFA and MFA in craft from Kanazawa College of Art and Craft in 2011 and 2013, respectively. In 2016, he received a second MFA at Clemson University in South Carolina. En has exhibited both...

Monotypes by Paloma Jimenez

Paloma Jimenez is a visual artist who was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She received a BA in Studio Art from Vassar College and an MFA in Fine Arts from Parsons. She is currently based in New York...

Wood Sculptures by Oliver Van Den Berg

Oliver Van Den Berg’s works derive their uncanny presence from the tension that arises between form and function, between mass-produced original and handcrafted copy. As one looks closer, however, the set-up’s artifice becomes apparent. There is no “real”...

Ceramics by Brian Rochefort

Brian Rochefort (b. 1985) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. He holds a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design (2007) and participated in the Lillian Fellowship Residency at the Archie Bray Foundation (2009). Rochefort has participated in group...

Mixed Media Works by James Benjamin Kranklin

James Benjamin Franklin, (b. Tacoma, WA), currently lives and works in Detroit, MI. These pieces are mostly made of acrylic, epoxy, and fabric collage on a sealed rigid...

Drawings by Juan Osorno

Juan Osorno is an artist based in Medellín, Colombia. If you happen to be on that side of the world, an exhibition of his work will be on view at La Balsa Arte on May 31st. The opening reception starts at 7:00 PM. Address: Calle 10 #37-40 El Poblado. Telephone: (574)...

Paintings by Taha Heydari

Taha Heydari grew up with an interest and exposure to traditional painting styles and techniques in Tehran, Iran, where he also studied art before pursuing an MFA in the United States. His imagery is derived and manipulated in paint, from documentation of...

Sculptural Rings by Karl Fritsch

No other jeweler approaches making jewelry in the same manner as German Karl Fritsch.  Working with a childlike playfulness and a rebellious irreverence, Fritsch simultaneously embraces and disregards all the historical traditions of his craft. Fritsch...

Sculptures by Judith Hopf

Judith Hopf was born in 1969 in Karlsruhe, Germany, and lives and works in Berlin. She is Professor and Vice-Rector of Fine Arts at the influential Städelschule art academy in Frankfurt. Coming to prominence among a generation of artists working in Berlin...

Mixed Media Works by Izabella Ortiz

Some of the materials used by Izabella Ortiz in these elaborate pieces are ink, felt pen, colored pencil, and acrylic paint on paper. Her work is impregnated by Inuit, Aboriginal and Indian myths, tales, and...

Sculptures by Sandra Sheeny

"Sandra Sheehy's work is explosive in its orchid-like voluptuousness. One can look at these obsessively stitched, beaded and drawn constructions from a distance and also from close and get different readings on the intricate processes of her world. The...

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