Inspired by memories from her country of origin, Haiti, Tamerlie Philippe's faceless paintings are an ambivalent, diminishing recollection of home.
In his collaged paintings, Jacob Lehmann explores the relationships between isolation and nostalgia, in connection to childhood.
Gabriela De Paz's flower paintings are portraits of emotions and a homage to the perpetual flux of the human condition.
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' watercolor paintings are a submission to the chance of creation and a surrender to emptiness.
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.