Print Edition: March 2019

Alcohol Ink Modern Abstract by KSwanArt

 

Woman One Line Drawing Print by Infinitenoon

 

Respite by Buhlaixe

 

Let The Sunshine In Art Print by moderntropical

 

Salt Flats by Annie Blake

 

Wild Thing Art Print by Honeymoon Hotel

 

Evil Eye Gold Foil Print by The Best Print Shop

 

I Must Have Flowers Always & Always Wall Art by Artfully Walls

 

Garden Party Abstract Art Print by Inaluxe

 

Sun and Sea Cliffs Art Print by Steve Wade (Swade)

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Francisca Sutil

 

You’ll notice how modern abstractionist Francisca Sutil‘s work has changes over the past decades when looking through her portfolio. Different surfaces, larger scales, even different paint viscosities. In her latest series – Mute – she relies on one simple brushstroke shaped like a teardrop to spell out her “uncoded messages.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Michelle Jader

 

Michelle Jader looks to motion, emotion, and acrylic panels to create layered paintings that explore transformation and personal growth. Photoshoots with various models are used as a starting point before painting several layers of semi-transparent acrylic panels that are then stacked in front of one another to create depth. Jader’s current series – Into the Unknown – explores the layers of emotion experienced right after we jump off of a figurative cliff and into what awaits.

 

 

 

 

 

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Eliza Gosse

 

I’ve had architecture on the brain lately, which happened to be the best time to come across the work of Eliza Gosse. Her work depicts the suburbs of Australia, and she approaches her paintings from an architectural background.

“Turning to a style of architecture from the post war period – The International Style – Gosse’s paintings use flat planes of colour, clean geometric forms, and play off utopian architectural ideals with a nostalgic inflection.”

 

 

 

 

 

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Print Edition: February 2019

When Life Gives You Lemons Print by Hôtel Magique

 

Keep Me Wild Print by Honeymoon Hotel

 

Robin Hood’s Bay, Yorkshire Coast Linocut Print by Michelle Hughes Design

 

CSS 6 Limited Edition Print by Jenny Pennywood

 

Orange Poster by Encore Design Studios

 

1890 Bicycle Patent Print by C. D. Rice

 

Strong Women Print by Honeymoon Hotel

 

Female Body Line Art Print by Oulu Prints

 

Cherry Bowl by Erin Lin

 

Rapper’s Delight Print by Honeymoon Hotel

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Hélène Delmaire

 

Hélène Delmaire‘s – a self-described ‘over-sensitive painter gal from France’ – creates paintings that are a beautiful study in the use of color and texture. I think she also creates an important dialogue (intended or not) about women’s bodies and the way they are hidden or displayed to the public.

Shop Hélène Delmaire’s work

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marc Dennis

 

I thought we could all probably use a little color and life in the midst of this polar vortex that’s descended upon much of the U.S. The work of Brooklyn-based painter Marc Dennis is brimming over with both in the forms of flora and fauna, I hope you enjoy exploring between the edges!

 

 

 

 

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Oriana Ingber

 

Coming down from a holiday-filled sugar high can be tough (or at least it has been for me!), so here are some calorie-free painted delights by Oriana Ingber to satisfy that sweet tooth this Monday. What do you fancy – a cupcake, some ice cream, or chocolate? She’s got it all and then some.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kyle Skor

 

Kyle Skor is an American artist and children’s book author/illustrator. He grew up playing in the prairie snows and forests of the upper midwest, which nurtured in him the spirit of the wandering mystic. At one point he went to Williams College and studied art history and psychology, and chose somewhat prematurely to enter a doctoral program at Harvard at the age of 22. As a graduate student, he spent more time skipping class to read poetry and sketch at the museums of greater Boston and Cambridge than not, an awareness of which ultimately led him to drop out of school and assume a variety of odd jobs, working by candlelight on his “soul stuff”. Between 2005 and 2013, the fruits of most of these efforts found themselves consigned to various landfills around Asia and California.

 

 

 

 

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Megan Krzmarzick

 

Portland-based abstract artist Megan Krzmarzick uses dramatic, bold colors and textures to get her point across and express deep and resonating emotions and energies.

Through her work, Megan explores healing and identity, the reality of time and beings in flux, and competing narratives that weave in and out of our lives shaping different forms and frames of reality. She is the author of a hand painted poetry zine “Running Away from Home,” a small press publication carried at Powell’s Books. Megan also leads creative workshops as the founder of “Humanities Dept.”

 

 

 

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