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  • art, painting, Joshua Huyser


    Joshua Huyser


    I don't write about my work specifically for the purpose of allowing the work to speak for itself. These pieces hold meaning and significance that is unable to be conveyed through the constricting confines of written language. Words interfere with the experience. I am a painter. I am not a writer.

    All painting by Joshua Huyser
  • art, painting, Dana Oldfather


    Dana Oldfather


    'The primary emotion that comes through the work is anxiety. These paintings are a way to transform my feelings of dread and insecurity into something physical, tangible, and beautiful. I connect to the world through beauty.'

    All painting by Dana Oldfather
  • art, illustration, Philippe Debongnie


    Philippe Debongnie


    For this series of images, I got as close as I could to the essence of the process, using only water and ink. Same material as for the japanese pantings that are an endless source of inspiration to me. I worked on 16 wild animals. All photographed on the move. The mix of this bare technique with my use of spots and drops seemed like a good fit for the sometimes brutal, sometimes peaceful attitude of the animals.

    All illustration by Philippe Debongnie
  • art, painting, Candé Aguilar


    Candé Aguilar


    #barrioPOP is an amalgamation sprung by characters, colors & street phenomena that is my life emerged in popular border town culture, expressed through multimedia such as painting, collage, photography, assemblage, digital collage, image transfer & music.

    All painting by Candé Aguilar
  • art, painting, Mike Ryczek


    Mike Ryczek


    My tendency has always been to want to dismantle things in order to make sense of the world around me, and I think that is essentially what art is: dismantling and rearranging with the hopes of gaining insight into the raw materials you began with. I love realist art that manages to please the senses, capture the tangible world and illuminate all it’s wonderful subtleties. I also appreciate art that forgoes direct representation and instead uses abstract shape and color to communicate a strong concept.

    All painting by Mike Ryczek
  • art, photography, Juan Rodriguez Morales


    Juan Rodriguez Morales


    This series titled 'Ghost World', is by the Spanish photographer, Juan Rodriguez Morales.

    'In the placid suburb, life goes smoothly and even a strange sense of ennui and melancholy pervades everything. This series tries to pick those feelings.'

    All photography by Juan Rodriguez Morales
  • art, photography, Rebecca Wild


    Rebecca Wild


    My work is all about experimentation and spontaneity around three central elements; colour, light and natural forms... These images are the only trace of their short lived existence, exemplifying the role of art in creating the illusion of permanence in a transitory world.

    All photography by Rebecca Wild
  • art, painting, Sander Reijgers


    Sander Reijgers


    My paintings are about time and painterly actions. The time and actions are being put in paint. By repeating the painterly actions over and over again peculiar structures arise that transcend the experiences of paint.

    My paintings arise from the hundreds or thousands of different paint layers. These are applied with brushes, paint rollers or other (homemade) painting tools. Throughout the painting process, the gesture is of great importance. The painterly actions are borne.

    The actions and time are revealed and can only be read in the multiple layers.

    All painting by Sander Reijgers
  • art, collage, Mireille Es Paechberg


    Mireille Es Paechberg


    My work is about the private aspects of the human condition, or what i like to call the beauty of melancholy. I am trying to express this through often putting the face or body into a geometric or minimalistic context. What i really love about doing collage work is, that you have to let the process guide you more than you guide the process. Your intuition has to choose the images you use.

    All collage by Mireille Es Paechberg
  • art, collage, Jorge Chamorro

  • Katoomba

    Art. Exhibition. MAGDA WEGRZYN: ERROR STRATEGY. Katoomba

    30 July - 11 Sept


    Blue Mountains City Art Gallery

    For the inaugural World Heritage Artist in Residence program Wegrzyn will develop a body of work called ERROR STRATEGY. Its concept is based on Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson’s exploration and crossing of the Blue Mountains area and its twofold consequences...

  • Redondo Beach

    Art. Exhibition. 5th Annual CA 101 2016 Art Exhibition. Redondo Beach

    22 - 31 July

    5th Annual CA 101 2016 Art Exhibition

    South Bay Galleria

    Come to Redondo Beach on Friday July 22, for the opening reception for CA 101 2016 Art Exhibition. California artists from the Oregon border to San Diego have been invited to share and exchange their creative impressions of life in California.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Ian Davis. Expert Advice. London

    15 Jul - 13 Aug

    Ian Davis. Expert Advice

    Josh Lilley Gallery

    Josh Lilley is pleased to present Expert Advice, the first exhibition in the UK for Los Angeles-based painter Ian Davis.



    Art, painting, Laura Kennedy

    Laura Kennedy



    Art, photography, Jacob Mitchell

    Jacob Mitchell



    Art, sculpture, john oliverlewis

    john oliverlewis



    Art, painting, jessica brilli

    jessica brilli



    Art, illustration, Marcel George

    Marcel George



    Art, illustration, onemouthli




    Art, painting, james tebbutt

    james tebbutt



    Art, photography, Pablo Chaco

    Pablo Chaco