Reverse Archeology

Inspired by the current turbulent state of our time while also excavating from America’s past, Valerie Hegarty often turns the gallery into a dramatic place of change. Her [...]

Gentle Effects

Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own, and from morning to night, as from the cradle to the grave, it is but a succession of changes so gentle and [...]

Too Daring

It’s been nearly a century since the Austrian painter Egon Schiele died, but his art — charged with erotic energy and usually showing more than a little skin — still [...]

The feline side of life

I believe cats to be spirits come to earth A cat, I am sure, could walk on a cloud without coming through Danial Ryan is one of those who can see cats everywhere. Rising like [...]

Beauty and tragedy of daily life

“The right words can be like good medicine” Best known for his series of imaginary self-help guides, artist and practising psychotherapist John Deckmann combines humour, [...]

Secret Needs

Just with a little help from her friend and photographer, Tom Moore, who takes the poses, american painter Lee Price paints the deeper aspects of feminine nature, by focusing [...]

Today’s Icons

When it came time to complete her M.F.A. thesis, Sarah Weaver decided to explore iconography as most pop art is about symbols and why they’re so important to us. Through [...]

Reghin Magic

Surreal painter and photographer from Reghin, Romania, a peaceful place with no social life — an ideal place to feel the magic and observe the artistic fight inside of him [...]

Emotional Effect

Whether in his still lifes or figurative paintings, the goal of David Mellon is to create an abstract form of storytelling with images that are as simple and direct as [...]

Destination Tijuana

The summer of 1969, that of Woodstock, Neil Armstrong, John and Yoko, Janis Joplin, Charles Manson, Vietnam War Protests, Stonewall Riots, Jimi Hendrix… And the summer [...]