Tim Anderson

Tim Anderson started painting portraits because of a fascination with mug shots. “It was my method of painting… mugshots that I was given by a cop turned actor, Dennis Farina, who was confused as to why I painted ‘those scumbags.’ He gave me his career’s worth of mugshots from the Chicago PD.” That was over 30 years ago. Today, Anderson’s craft is well-honed; here we present a collection of his “yellow portraits.” More

Daniel O’Toole (EARS)

he masks we create become the outer layers that protect us, our exterior is a shallow shield and its decoration irrelevant, yet its maintenance is essential as we constantly work to alter our appearances. “War Paint” is a body of work that begins to examine the meaning and allure of that second skin… More

Damon Ginandes

The work of Damon Ginandes blurs the boundaries of the two and three dimensional through various techniques and material. Seemingly flat lines and forms protrude into space as they detail images. Caught in this spatial ambiguity, his starkly silent, yet intensely present characters appear ware of their odd predicament… More