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.
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.
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.