Work of the Week

“Palms at Dusk,” Richard Noble

“Palms at Dusk,” Richard Noble

“I spent a couple of years studying at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota. I fell in love with the tropics and later relocated to Fort Lauderdale where I started my business. Palms have always intrigued me as graphic elements for a composition. I like to catch their constant movement caused by off […]

“Mi Gente,” Leonor Anthony

“Mi Gente,” Leonor Anthony

“Mi Gente,” Leonor Anthony This piece is part of the collection “El Vuelo de la Semilla (The Flight of the Seed).” It is inspired by my personal experience as a Cuban immigrant. Having left Cuba as a 5-year-old child, my roots were severed but not erased. These are my people. They are textured, nuanced, worn […]

“Canines and Color,” Iris Scott

“Canines and Color,” Iris Scott

“Canines and Color” was inspired by the dog paparazzi sessions Iris embarks on. Armed with her Canon and a fast shutter speed, Iris loves to wade knee-deep into the San Diego surf to catch the movement-saturated moments of black labs shedding their water weight. The surface of this piece is heavy with oil texture, and […]

“La Extincion Del Simbolo Nacional,” Veronica Villarreal Sada

“La Extincion Del Simbolo Nacional,” Veronica Villarreal Sada

This piece, “La Extincion Del Simbolo Nacional (Extinction of Our National Symbol),” is one of 30 drawings in Veronica Villarreal’s series titled “Osseous.” In the series, Villarreal explores the anatomy of animals and addresses the question of what these species might look like in the future. Villarreal seeks to bring awareness to hunting, the black […]

“Azure Passage,” Patrick Bremser

“Azure Passage,” Patrick Bremser

“The hollow of a curling wave can be an unforgiving place to be. Here I sought to slow the shutter down to give it a softness that only time can do. I am the result of a long line of artisans and teachers. I am a waterman, a chef, a lover of life, a spirit […]

“Breaking Wave,” Valerie Ostenak

“Breaking Wave,” Valerie Ostenak

“I am fascinated by the movement of water—the way it flows through cracks in the rocks, laps at a sandy beach, and breaks into a wild display on rocky cliffs. With my work, I seek to capture that moment in time so that it cannot be lost—a moment that I can be connected with the […]

“Beach Hibiscus,” Susan Schmidt

“Beach Hibiscus,” Susan Schmidt

“Beach Hibiscus a work from my ‘Seaburbia’ series exploring the cultural memory and heritage of the quintessential Australian beach house. Patterned and layered in acrylic and oil, the work achieves a weatherworn texture recalling the erosion of matter over time and the exquisite residues of nostalgia and decay. Composed from my own photographs, reminiscing retro […]

“Sacred Places,” Arrington Magny

“Sacred Places,” Arrington Magny

“Seeking to further one’s career as an artist is certainly not as easy as 1, 2, 3. There is quite a bit of trial and error, experimenting, failing. But it is an adventure.” arringtonart.com

“Moment of Forever,” Brett Lethbridge

“Moment of Forever,” Brett Lethbridge

“My secret, if there is one, is to always base my search for subject matter on my own emotional experiences and the things that have significance to me. The drape was in fact the sheet I shared with my future wife while she was studying in Europe for 5 years, and the perfume bottles were […]

“The Incantation,” Martin Wittfooth

“The Incantation,” Martin Wittfooth

“My work is most recognized for exploring the confused relationship between our species and the rest of the natural world, depicted in animal allegories. This is an issue that weighs heavily on our times and is one that I feel compelled to process through my work.” martinwittfooth.com

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