Michael Kessler explores the continuum between gesture and geometry where nature provides the basis upon which his work exists.
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LEE’s works evoke a palpable yet sublime reverence for quietude and reflection
Jhina Alvarado’s paintings are nostalgic works that reside between Pop and Retro. Her plastic images speak to a time of innocence and simple pleasures.
Isabelle SCHELJENS portraits in glass are simply put – beautiful. Their effect is a candied aesthetic, shimmering with light and buoyant energy.
Her rich multilayered surfaces are infused with color, boldly worked, in multi mediums and signature resin finish.
One can only express awe at seeing the “Candied” works of Laurence JENKELL. They stand as totems – in homage to the universality of desire and memory, wrapped in their singular and stellar packaging.
Tolla’s sculptures exhibit a mastery of cast bronze technique, defying its dense and weighty nature, into floating and ephemeral forms.
To Miramontes, man and medium intermingle, becoming emotions and forgotten sensations which create art in its purest sense.
The cherubic-like forms of Mariela GARIBAY’s bronze works leave one delightfully giddy.