Work of the Week

“Abstract Landscape 103 w/ Copper,” Mary Johnston

“Abstract Landscape 103 w/ Copper,” Mary Johnston

“Growing up on Lake Superior gave me endless images from which to create my art. This piece is a combination of the far horizon, beautiful skies, the ancient rocks that line the ‘North Shore’ of Lake Superior along with the copper which is is added as the representational element of all the minerals and ores […]

“Untitled,” Sócrates Márquez

“Untitled,” Sócrates Márquez

Sócrates Márquez: “Textures combined with my paint-splatter technique are distinctive marks of my work. My intention with the texture is to compel the viewer to getting closer and finding a particular area of interest within the vast universe of the entire picture plane. The paint splatter more than a random effect is my conscious decision […]

“Hommage a Pollock II,” Nicole Furman

“Hommage a Pollock II,” Nicole Furman

Nicole Furman: “I think that the content of the work I create is unique, as I seek to challenge a lot of societal preconceptions and ruling institutions through common “symbols” (from gender preconceptions, to the mere existence of innocence, to historical construction and reconstruction), which is conceptual, yet always maintaining aesthetic priorities (which conceptual art […]

“Hero’s Horse Monument,” Kevin Box

“Hero’s Horse Monument,” Kevin Box

Kevin Box: “Origami has become a prominent theme that I have taken on because I believe in its metaphor: everything begins with the same blank page; the outcome is determined by what we choose to do with it.” outsidetheboxstudio.com

“Untitled,” Lindsay Cowles

“Untitled,” Lindsay Cowles

Lindsay Cowles: “I am most known for my use of bright, bold color and energetic movement—thereby evoking emotion, stimulating thinking, promoting happiness and inspiration. Fundamental elements of my works are focused on the interplay of color and the layering and texturing of paint.” lindsaycowlesfineart.bigcartel.com

“Market Day In Sarlat,” Kathleen Carillo

“Market Day In Sarlat,” Kathleen Carillo

Kathleen Carillo: “After years of studying feng shui, I realized that the work that I did would be hung in people’s homes and business and would shift the energy of their spaces. I felt that most folks needed a dose of magic to uplift their day. Just the small gift of color, energy and joy […]

“Tacky Light Garden,” Jeremy Jackson

“Tacky Light Garden,” Jeremy Jackson

Jeremy Jackson: “I think the motivation for most light artists is the exploration of the unknown. Having an idea for something and making it a reality with lights. We serious light painting artists often devote a ton of time and energy in order to push on until we get it right. This comes with the […]

“Bridge Through Time,” Tom Parker

“Bridge Through Time,” Tom Parker

Tom Parker’s large scale painting “Bridge Through Time” was inspired by the Pont Des Arts bridge in Paris where thousands of lovers go each year to declare their love by placing an initials-inscribed padlock on the bridge spanning the River Seine. The lover’s unbreakable love is then symbolized by throwing the key into the river. […]

“Plant Dreaming Deep 01,” Gayle Saunders

“Plant Dreaming Deep 01,” Gayle Saunders

“The name of this series is borrowed from May Sarton, a poet and author whose writings on solitude and her deep connection to the natural world spoke deeply to me many years ago when I was living in the country, gardening, and reading her books. By shooting this flower ‘arrangement’ though glass and tissue paper […]

“Globussphaere,” Gordon Huether

“Globussphaere,” Gordon Huether

Gordon Huether:“The most challenging part of establishing myself in the art world [has been] competing for people’s attention. In our world today we are bombarded with information, visual and otherwise, that leaves little room for enjoying and appreciating art.” gordonhuether.com

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