Christa takes the conventions of religious Byzantine icons, such as otherworldly backgrounds and haloes, and masterfully manipulates them to create powerful artwork that examines themes of identity, power, and individuality.
Introducing Martin Runel, Gabriela Fernandez, Sean Williams and Amber Allen.
In this monthly installment, we welcome this month's newest artists to UGallery. These artists work in a range of styles and mediums and join us from around the globe. We are excited to introduced the following artists.
Artist of the Week Johnny Karwan’s portfolio of stylized flowers set against hazy, sepia-toned landscapes recognizes the extent to which human beings rely on flowers.
In our June edition, meet the newest artists on UGallery from this month.
These days, nothing says Ubi Sunt quite like a dying cellphone battery.
Beatriz Aguirre’s portfolio of off-beat and bewildering paintings repeatedly plays with the viewer’s expectations with uncanny doubling, cultural references, and grotesque distortions to the human body.
Through all his skillfully-rendered cityscapes, Nick uses a slyly complicated style of realism to explore how we look at the city and, more importantly, how the city looks back at us.