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Maysha Mohamedi’s Abstract Art Feels Honest

Oftentimes, truth lingers in the in-betweens—in abstract forms and unsaid words. Such is Maysha Mohamedi's art. Though abstract, it manages to capture the essence of the world around us....

Colorful Art By Shota Nakamura

Japan-born artist Shota Nakamura currently lives in Berlin, Germany, where he works on his colorful art. When he was 12-years-old, he discovered that art is much more than simply...

This Painter Sheds Light on the Unknown Histories of Latin America

Crystal Latimer’s art is embedded in her cultural roots. Born in Hollywood, CA, her paintings explore the meeting point of Western and Latin American cultures by borrowing themes...

Michaela Yearwood-Dan’s Paintings are (Almost) Abstract

Michaela Yearwood-Dan's paintings lean towards abstract art. If there is imagery there, it's buried under layers of paint, hidden in the folds of the canvas.

These Paintings are Vaguely Realistic

Kirstine Reiner Hansen's paintings unravel the realist form, sitting at a crossroads between the real and surreal. It's this ambiguity that invites the viewer to question the meaning behind...

Step Inside Orlanda Broom’s Exotic Landscapes

Orlanda Broom's paintings are rich with colors, patterns, and layers. So rich, in fact, that one would argue they're somewhat claustrophobic. Centered around natural landscapes—either imagined or reimagined— there's an...

Chasing Waterfalls: Andrea Shearing’s Abstract Art

Andrea Shearing’s artwork has a distinct flow to it. Inspired by nature, and more specifically by water, there's a fluidity to her work, in terms of both her chosen...

Stefan Pabst Creates 3D Art That Pops Off the Paper

Stefan Pabst is a super talented portrait artist who creates hyperrealistic 3D paintings that appear to pop off the paper. The artist is so skilled at creating the illusion...

This Painter Encourages People to See, Think, and Feel

Valerie Patterson’s watercolor paintings are meant to be unsettling. “Once I realized the tremendous power that images can have to make people comfortable or uncomfortable, happy or sad, settled...

Jed Sutter Captures the Urban Landscapes of Boston

Jed Sutter turned to painting rather late in the game. Primarily self-taught, Sutter discovered a passion for composition, value, and hue in his mid 50’s, having not picked up...

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