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Elyce Abrams is an abstract painter based in Philadelphia. Her work, in the last few years, has explored the relationship between happiness and deep concern; fear and acceptance; compliance and resistance; isolation and connection. Abrams received her MFA in 2004 from the University of the Arts and her BA/BFA from Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
New York City, 2000, I created fabric, 3D movable sculptures, showed them with artist group Skewville. The sculptures proved difficult for transport and storage, I began working on flat art pieces instead using fabric as the medium still. My work showed in various galleries and adding art to the streets as nom de plume Pufferella. I founded and curated Orchard Street Art Gallery and Factory Fresh. Recently my work has evolved, adding ink and paint to create “Sewn Paintings”.
Sometimes, a feeling, story, or place are so intricately colorful it’s impossible to describe them in words. Sometimes, all three exist at once. This is certainly the case for Juan Negroni, who’s mixed media paintings map out memories and spaces in the abstract, playing with colors and motifs that pay homage to his home; Puerto Rico. Now based in Texas, Juan takes us up close to a vibrant garden where overlapping neon colored plants and patterns make nature itself seem dull.
Born in Staten Island in 1995, Andrew Psomas (Somodomo) is a Brooklyn based artist, florist, music producer, fashion designer, and interior designer. Andrew is a storyteller at heart, focused on creating his own world. He paints his unique whimsical Dogman characters, often making references to fine art and pop culture. His experience growing up around his father’s flower shop is reflected in his use of color and gestural, natural movements.
Behind Allison Gildersleeve’s canvases, collages and drawings lies a singular proposition: places are not inert; they are repositories for all that passes through them. Gildersleeve deliberately returns again and again to familiar settings – wooded areas, home interiors, open highways, back country roads – to show that repeated visits to the same place invariably result in wildly divergent depictions.
Alise Loebelsohn is an artist that got her start working as a mural and billboard painter in NYC.. She has transitioned into fine art by using her vast knowledge of materials to become a successful fine artist. She studied at Pratt Institute with a BFA in painting and the Art Students League. She has had several one person shows and her works are in numerous collections. She continues to expand her market by creating handmade scarves and works in glass.
Chancy Glance is the creative efforts of artist couple Cydney & Craig DeBastiani. Based in Morgantown, WV, these self-taught artists rely on intuition and spirit in their process. Creating work individually and collaboratively, Chancy Glance strives to invoke serenity and happiness through their work. They utilize mediums such as acrylic paint, watercolors, ink, graphite, clay, and other mixed media to deliver ever-changing and evolving works of art. Along with being artists, they are also musicians, photographers, actors, animators, and nature lovers.
Sarah Canfield is a multidisciplinary artist working in painting, photography, mixed media and sculpture. She has exhibited widely in galleries and museums, including the Montclair Art Museum, the Morris Museum, the Pennsylvania State Museum, the Woodmere Art Museum, the Noyes Museum. She is an instructor at the Montclair Art Museum and Union County College. She graduated with a BFA, cum laude, from Alfred University. Sarah received a 2022 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
Jane Kang Lawrence received her BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. Following painting residencies in Italy she continued art making with teaching by pursuing her Masters from the School of Visual Arts. Jane has taught visual arts, ceramics, and visual literacy for students in NYC for 17 years. She is a Pulitzer Center teaching fellow leading to publication of a visual arts curriculum. Her most recent project is to curate the national I Like Your Work’s Summer 2022 Open Call. Jane is a founding director of Peep Space (Tarrytown, NY) and maintains a painting studio in New York City.
Amber Heaton creates colorful, geometric paintings, installations, mixed media works, and works on paper. She received an MFA from RISD in 2012 and a BFA from the University of Utah in 2009. Her work has been exhibited at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Susquehanna Art Museum, and other venues internationally. Heaton participated in the AIM Program at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, was an artist-in-residence at Wassaic and a Fulbright Fellowship in South Korea. Heaton lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
If you’ve ever seen a sunflower that’s seemed to mutate and stretch in all directions (gardeners call it fasciation), you’ll recognise that odd, abstract beauty in nature that shines in Raúl Ortiz’s paintings. Raúl’s paintings strip away sections to reveal even more colorfully patterned silhouettes. Though his earlier works took the shape of natural subjects like flowers, more indistinct shapes take center stage, playing with repetition as well as vivid color.
Max Manning is an artist and educator who currently lives and works in Houston, Texas. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Two Dimensional Studies from Bowling Green State University in 2011 and his Master of Fine Arts from the University of Cincinnati in 2014. Max has exhibited work nationally and internationally and is currently represented by TW Fine Art in Brisbane, Australia.
Artist and curator Jon Duff is the person who can't "watch TV without criticizing every ad that comes up". Jon translates his acute feeling of our current state of overabundance, whether in skyscrapers that compete against one another or global express shipping, through apocalyptic landscapes of gaudy, plasticky commodities gone defunct. He takes great satisfaction crowding his canvas with each detailed object after object in this apocalyptic pile, building momentum towards the magic that emanates things for artists and Internet users alike.
Painter, sculptor, and musician Ryan Patrick Martin is one of those rare people who creates his own reality - one of playfully strange objects and environments. His works are often informed by an interest in sound synthesis, movement, vibrancy, multi-sensory experiences and an endless search to find humor and harmony in the slop.
Philippe calls his paintings “geographical abstractions”. He reconstructs recognizable details of an urban environment (angular shapes that look like construction debris or suggestion of skyscrapers, for example) according to his personal impression of pecific locations like New York, Aix-en-Provence, and Zurich. But Philippe doesn’t try to organize everything - where everything is fast, noisy, smelly, and overall so extra-, you gotta lean into the chaos and learn how to enjoy it.