Imaging Figures #4

Thinking of one of Cezanne’s still lifes, say his Pommes of 1878-1882–which John Maynard Keynes bought “on his own behalf” after purchasing, for the National Gallery, nineteen works from the Degas collection auctioned in Paris in March 1918–I am reminded of its disembarkation-tale, which Quentin Bell reports in “A Cezanne in the Hedge” (1992, 138).… More

Imaging Figures: #1

Each day I attach less value to the intellect. Each day I realize more clearly that only away from it can the writer possess something of our past impressions, that is attain to something of himself and to the one subject matter of art. What the intellect gives us back under the name of the… More

New Work from Dave Kinsey

Kinsey’s work captures the universal essence of the human condition mainly through an energetic portrayal of urban figures. Working spontaneously, and utilizing a range of mediums, he constructs multi-layered, textured environments easily likened to the complexities of contemporary life… More

Andrew Holmquist

We love large sweeping brush strokes. The paintings of Andrew Holmquist remind us why. More

Erik Otto

Dynamic and arresting, Erik Otto’s work bares the mark of great vision. More

Nick Gentry

Old media becomes new art in Gentry’s paintings. Most of them painted on arrays of used floppy disks from a bygone era, the work is at once striking, relevant and environmentally conscious. More

Eric White

The startling, dynamic vision of Brooklyn artist Eric White. More

Bill Knott’s Art Of The “Malignant”?

The enigmatic Bill Knott is at it again.  OK, I already regret the tone of that first sentence; its suggests a ruse, which is probably the last thing (or at least somewhere down on the list?) poet and artist Bill Knott has in mind with his recent online activities.  Since the abandonment of his cult-inducing… More

Andre Kohn

Painter Andre Kohn demonstrates his skill and acute eye for detail in this imaginative, poignant gallery. More

Lou Ros

An exploration of abstraction and character. More

JKB Fletcher

Sensual and striking, Fletcher examines seduction and glitter. More

Robin Eley

These still life studies burst with realism and evoke emotion as rich and complex as the subjects themselves. More

Erik Olson

Erik Olson’s wide and purposeful brushstrokes manifest themselves as faces; he then translates these into sculpture, creating this unique and stirring project, Merge. More

Jason Yarmosky

Jason Bard Yarmosky juxtaposes young and old in this series of curious paintings. More

Martin Wittfooth

Brooklyn-based artist Martin Wittfooth juxtaposes the feral with the domestic in this striking series of paintings. More

Rogelio Manzo

Evoking memories of Francis Bacon, Rogelio Manzo’s portraits depict a distorted beauty. More

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

Sebastien Feraut

Catch a glimpse inside the mind of Parisian artist Sebastien Feraut (aka Niark1) in this series of unfettered and imaginative paintings. 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