Inspired by memories from her country of origin, Haiti, Tamerlie Philippe's faceless paintings are an ambivalent, diminishing recollection of home.
Jacob Lehmann – Constructed Spaces
In his collaged paintings, Jacob Lehmann explores the relationships between isolation and nostalgia, in connection to childhood.
Gabriela De Paz – Enredadera
Gabriela De Paz's flower paintings are portraits of emotions and a homage to the perpetual flux of the human condition.
Dane Lyn – holy musings at the Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2019
Dane Lyn's "holy musings at the Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2019" is a brilliant work of ekphrastic poetry, inspired by a religious painting by an unknown artist, titled "The Great Harlot of Babylon".
Dave Sims – Watercolors
Dave Sims' watercolor paintings are a submission to the chance of creation and a surrender to emptiness.
Cynthia Ruse – The In-Between
Cynthia Ruse's The In-Between reflects the parallel and layered elements of life, where light and darkness are blurred and the narrative of a painting becomes experience in itself.