Artists

Anna Sobkowiak

Anna Sobkowiak Anna creates figurative and landscape paintings. Her pictures mainly present young people standing in ambiguous spaces and situations, creating an atmosphere full of dreams, strength and intensity of the moment. Anna Sobkowiak The Travelling Companions, 2021 acrylic on canvas  100 x 140 cm Price Available Upon Request  © Anna Sobkowiak Anna Sobkowiak Forest, …

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Bess Xueyang Hu

Bess Xueyang Hu Bess Xueyang Hu is a multidisciplinary visual artist with a focus on painting. Her works reference the intersection between sensation and emotional touch, seclusion and corporeal desire, as well as the unconscious and irrational dimensions of human existence. Most works are figurative paintings that lie between narrative and non-narrative, intentionally evading symbolic …

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David Willburn

David Willburn Fantasy plays an important role in David Willburn’s studio practice, because it lends itself easily to abstraction and provides him with a basis for addressing the complex conversations of our time. Themes of making maps, reconstructing landscapes, building monuments, and references to structures and dwellings are central in the work. These things are …

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Erivan Phumpiu

Eriván Phumpiú Phumpiú’s work is characterized by the complex atmosphere he creates in each of his paintings. Humour and nostalgia are always present in these depictions of unusual situations that are a result of the artist’s constant experimentation with different techniques dominated by his subconscious. Eriván Phumpiú  Fragmentación, 2021 Acrylic on wood 70 cm x …

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Golnaz Jebelli

Golnaz Jebelli For Golnaz, painting is a play with colours. Influenced by the writings of Carl Jung, she has turned her attention to people, seeing them from an aesthetic point of view, looking deep into their souls, and seeing how their past and life stories have shaped and moulded them into who they are today. …

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Isa Gold

Isa Gold Isa Gold is a scholar and visual artist curious about the relationship between art and mental health. She explores interactions between drawing, painting, and emotion – in particular, those feelings associated with trauma (anger, anxiety, grief, etc.). Isa, who struggles with clinical depression, creates surreal imagery to locate and reflect on the beauty, …

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Kathleen Melian

Kathleen Melian Kathleen Melian is a Los Angeles based artist who is interested in neglected spaces and fringe societies that teeter on the edge of sustainability.  They are dystopian wonderlands, beautiful and hostile at the same time.  They set the stage for escape, adventure, revelry, and spiritual encounters. For others they offer refuge and opportunity …

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Ky McDonald

Ky McDonald The paintings of Ky McDonald depict unoccupied spaces that intersect beauty and alienation.  Ky’s painterly aesthetic manages to capture a fresh curiosity and drama that draws a viewer into her ambiguous interiors. The works capture the feelings of a space during an absence of social experiences, and the emotional baggage of past and …

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Robert Manners

Robert Manners Robert went to Portsmouth College of Art and then studied at Chelsea School of Art in the 1980’s. He received an MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking from the University of West of England (2003). He lives and works in Devon and is a Lecturer at Plymouth College of Art on the BA (Hons) Painting …

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Wendy Connelly

Wendy Connelly Wendy Connelly is a contemporary British landscape painter. She is best known for her extraordinary use of raw pigment. A delicate but definite interplay upon the surface, shifting depth that questions the sense of space and place. These layers of landscapes and memory have a fluency of agitated forms bridging scatterings of incidents. …

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