Lauren Coulson’s ‘Fault Line’

Lauren Coulson’s ‘Fault Line’

Lauren Coulson layers acrylics, inks and dyes on canvas, fusing the mediums to create eye-catching, active imagery. She “assists with the aftermath” of mixing these mediums, molding the paint to obtain “the desired balance of chance and control.” The cosmos and natural phenomena play prominent roles in her work. “I am fascinated with everything—from the […]

Vimal Chandran’s ‘Winter Grave’

Vimal Chandran’s ‘Winter Grave’

Illustrator and photographer Vimal Chandran frequently travels throughout India, gathering inspiration from the country’s vibrant pop culture and social politics. The self-taught artist has been painting since childhood and became a full-time visual artist after leaving his job as a software engineer. “I wanted to do more on my own, so I thought art was […]

John-Mark Gleadow, ‘Untitled’

John-Mark Gleadow, ‘Untitled’

This is not a photograph! It is a detail of an oil painting in progress by photo-realist John-Mark Gleadow. The image was commissioned by Thomas Sorensen, the famed goalkeeper of the English Premier League. Since 2006, Gleadow has been working on his “Bibliotheque Series,” images of book spines which viewers find hard to believe are […]

Guy Ben-Ari’s ‘Screen (Lamp) – Floral Diptych’

Guy Ben-Ari’s ‘Screen (Lamp) – Floral Diptych’

Israeli artist Guy Ben-Ari has used his interest in “psychoanalytic theory and semiotics” to lay the groundwork for his narrative and nonfigurative paintings. His recent collection explores the technology-driven contemporary culture of image consumption, a “reality through digital media: one that is removed, distant, dissociative, and at the same time very pleasurable and in high-def,” […]

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Hiroshi Sato’s ‘Underneath’

Hiroshi Sato’s ‘Underneath’

Hiroshi Sato’s vibrant portraits reflect his interest in geometric design, with graphic shapes reminiscent of a stainedglass window. He says he draws inspiration from the “accumulation of both learning and experiencing.” “The main area I am focusing on at the moment is the clear/unclear relationship between the individual perceived reality [microcosm] versus the world [macrocosm],” […]