Anuli Croon is a visual artist based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Her paintings are filled with a wild mix of flat color and, mostly, geometric pattern. The painting featured is “Fragment of a City (stadsfragment)” and is 180 x 225 cm to offer some perspective into the scale of her work.
Alex Garant’s “Double Eyes” paintings mess with my head in an awesome way and I love them.
Geoffrey Stein, Irrational Exuberance & Perceptual Painting
Geoffrey Stein is a New York City artist painting figurative work that explores the tension between abstraction and realism.
I am absolutely loving the paintings of Conor Harrington. Living somewhere between street art and more “traditional” painting, Harrington’s artwork combines character and controlled styles from the 17th-18th centuries with vibrant color and free-flowing movement found in the street art of today.
Martin Heuwold aka MEGX, has a knack for transforming uninteresting or abandoned urban structures into something spectacular. First up are some installations where MEGX transforms vacant storefronts into an expression on the opposite nature of vacant (dead) and occupied (living) storefronts.
Damien Hirst, Cock and Bull
Damien Hirst has been working on his Natural History collection since 1991 and recently completed a new piece that is now on display at the Tramshed restaurant in London.
Nick Gentry paints portraits of fit, young people onto collections of old discarded floppy disks. These pieces are interesting to me, with the importance that our popular culture places on the shiny and new.
Tyree Callahan’s Chromatic Typewriter
Tyree Callahan Paints some gorgeous impressionist style paintings. However, the main piece of art that really grabbed my attention was his Chromatic Typewriter.
Martina Nehrling fills paper and canvas with textured slashes and splatters. The paintings are alive with motion as the lines direct your eyes through the vivid dancing colors.