We’re fascinated by Deborah Paswaters’ abstract figure paintings, which are often accompanied by “living model sculptures” at shows and exhibitions. Combining color, light, poetry and performance, her work has received acclaim from both private collectors and art exhibitors. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
We can’t take our eyes off Vivien Zhang’s graphic oil paintings, which transcend the canvas with an expert articulation of depth. Zhang, who was awarded the Artist Residency at Cité Internationale des Arts, will receive her master’s degree in fine arts from the Royal College of Art in 2014. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 […]
Wayne Mok’s abstract acrylic paintings caught the eye of London’s Saatchi Gallery, which recently featured his work in the emerging artists exhibit “Burning Bright.” His expert use of color and space and the sense of longing that permeates his work are fascinating. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
Iranian-American artist Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi fuses vibrant watercolor strokes with paradoxical illustrations and a minute attention to detail. Ilchi’s busy year included exhibitions at Scope Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland, and New York, as well as nominations for several Washington, D.C.-area awards. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
We’re astounded by Won Ju Seo’s mixed-media work that combines textiles, collage, needlework and paint into dynamic canvas art. She recently received an individual artist fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and was a residency artist at Coohaus Art in August. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
A professional crystal grinder turned artist, Maciej Zaborski creates very unique pieces, applying his designing and engraving talents to his glass art. Zaborski is the master engraver and professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, Poland. See more of the artist’s work here.
James Wilbat loves to have fun with glass. His curly-head glass sculptures are a must see! Wilbat studied under well-known glass blowers including Joel Myers, Dan Dailey, William Carlson and Vernon Brejcha. Yet his own unique style, which he describes as a combination of old world glass and contemporary design, reflects his love of abstract […]
Peter Layton is one of the world’s most widely collected and respected glass artists. Everyone from Elton John to the Duchess of Kent have collected his work. Layton’s work is organic, tactile and inspired by nature. Masturing the use of multiple colors together give his work an unusual elegance. At 75, Peter remains active making and continues his operation of London Glass Blowing. […]
Alexis Silk pushes the boundaries of what is possible in glass blowing. Her glass figures and heads are sculpted entirely free-hand while the glass is hot. The work ranges in scale from full figures just inches tall to life-size torsos hanging in six-foot-high steel frames. See her work at Artexpo New York April 4-6 and […]
In his innovative Moving Paintings collection, Steve Matson combines traditional painting with cinematography, visual effects, digital painting, animation, music and sound effects. Each image contains 18,000 individual images and animated elements that play back at 24 images per second. The art pieces play continuously all day long, yet hang seamlessly on your wall like traditional […]