Horyon Lee

16

Mar 2014

Horyon Lee

Horyon Lee is a Korean painter who produces some of the most striking and realistic double exposure images I have seen.  While these would be amazing if they were photographs, the fact that they are paintings is mind-blowing.  The illusion of movement he is able...

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Janet Echelman

12

Mar 2014

Janet Echelman

Janet Echelman is by no means an art world newbie.  She has had a very successful career up to this point with many awards and accolades and even has her own TED talk.  While she may not be a new or emerging artist, her work...

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Andrea Kowch

09

Mar 2014

Andrea Kowch

Andrea Kowch is an incredibly talented painter and illustrator who has already gained an amazing amount of attention and recognition for such a young career.  She creates beautiful images full of unique narrative and warm, earthy colors in which slightly bizarre women interact and engage...

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Alex Hall

05

Mar 2014

Alex Hall

Alex Hall is a young painter living and working in Nashville.  In a recent series he creates surreal images of faceless people falling helplessly or being blown off their feet by a powerful wind.  According to Alex, “this particular series is a very honest representation...

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Tadao Cern

02

Mar 2014

Tadao Cern

Tadao Cern is an ex-architect turned photographer living in Lithuania.  The photographs depicted here are from a series called ‘Comfort Zone,’ in which he captured real people, who have not been staged, relaxing on the beach.  According to Tadao, there is something very liberating about...

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Zaria Forman

26

Feb 2014

Zaria Forman

New York based artist, Zaria Forman creates large scale and breathtaking landscapes using soft pastels.  The inspiration for her work began in childhood when she traveled with her family to remote and desolate places around the globe.  As an adult, Zaria continues to travel extensively...

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Tristan Pigott

23

Feb 2014

Tristan Pigott

Tristan Pigott’s artwork captures brief and seemingly unrehearsed moments in people’s lives.  While the technical skill in his paintings is solid, there is an intentional awkwardness to the subject matter.  While I find a lot of odd humor in his work, I also get the...

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