Featured Artist | Robert Frankel

My art is intuitive and non-conceptual. I like to use bright colors and unusual shape’s and patterns to create a dreamy abstract landscape. I have exhibited in a number of galleries including Van Der Plas Gallery, 440 Gallery, SITE Gallery, BWAC, and Greenpoint Gallery in New York City, La Galleria Pall Mall in London, and Chie Gallery in Milan, Italy. I am trying to make the world a happier place one painting at a time.
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Featured Artist | Susan Lizotte

Susan Lizotte Los Angeles, CAsusanlizotte.com@susanlizotte The Spring Map paintings are inspired by the quarantine of Covid-19. Using old Renaissance maps to speak to the spread of disease felt fitting as

My work is loosely based on the figure, sometimes morphing into quirky and other worldly beings. The figures I create, some creepy and dark are not to be found on the street but rather in one’s imagination or dreams creating an alternate universe. My ceramic figures inhabit boats, circular and square stands, clay or wooden wagons with wheels, figures sitting on animals or chairs and recently figures appear in portraits. … Continue reading

Featured Artist | Releah Michelle

Releah Michelle http://www.releahmichelle.com @releahmichelleart Bio: Releah Michelle was born in Georgia in 1987. She is a self-taught abstract expressionist who has been honing her artistic voice for many years. Merging

Featured Artist | Helen Wade

Helen Wade Myrtle Beach, SC @helenwadeartist I became inspired and encouraged to start painting in 2019, following the completion of a creativity workshop based on the premise that if one

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