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.
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Centuries ago, humans made a universal decision that a bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush. While old adages should never be tampered with or mocked, this avian hierarchy begs a few questions. Dwight Smith asks them with droll watercolors.
Jose reiterates the incompatibility of different symbol systems, but complicates them with subtle similarities.
Diana Rosa is an expert in mixed-media art and imaginative matchmaking. She shows love as light-hearted and unpredictable through unlikely couples in humorous settings. Whether a bathtub rendezvous, a forest tryst, or a rowboat tête-à-tête, see where Diana points cupid’s arrow.
Alessandro Andreuccetti, an artist from San Gimignano, Italy, has a style that is constantly evolving–rising upwards like the skyscrapers he paints. His urban landscapes first condense cities into form and color, then expand them into human emotions and experience.
For Artist Of The Week Jonelle Summerfield, everything is inspiration. She has an extremely open mind that finds artistic potential in even the most surprising places – from the foods she eats, to the places she travels, to the kickboxing class she instructs.
Diane Flick paints photorealistic paintings of idiosyncratic robots. Through the robots quirky pastimes, they remind the viewer of the humor that comes with being a human.