Archive for February, 2015

Varda Yoran. Finding Voice through Sculpture

Varda Yoran. Finding Voice through Sculpture

| February 15, 2015

Israeli-American artist Varda Yoran creates dynamic, emotive sculptures that explore the simultaneous simplicity and complexity of the realms of emotive expression and physical movement. A hallmark of Yoran’s sculpture is her definitive use of shape, whether demarcated by sharp edges, smooth surfaces, gentle curves, or undulating lines. Working in an array of materials, including stone, […]

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Anni Koch-Knudsen’s Transformative Paintings of Fluid Environments

Anni Koch-Knudsen’s Transformative Paintings of Fluid Environments

| February 15, 2015

Danish artist Anni Koch-Knudsen conceives of each finished painting as a mark of her own fingerprint, and her work studies the transformative process of physical change. Through a sporadic and constructive use of colors, abstract and figurative bodies blend with their environment and expand over the composition with fervent energy. Thick strokes of color are […]

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Tom Notman: Painting Universal Moments

Tom Notman: Painting Universal Moments

| February 15, 2015

Tom Notman’s oil paintings are rich in naturalistic detail, yet subtly subversive. Notman depicts expressive figures and animals placed in evocative and telling settings. The results are gently immersive atmospheres with a unique energy and a clear story to tell. His scenes, recognizable as they are, occasionally dissolve into mysterious hazes of abstraction through a […]

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Paul Juniper Exploring the Relationship between Context and Perception

Paul Juniper Exploring the Relationship between Context and Perception

| February 14, 2015

The compelling and gripping work of Australian photographer Paul Juniper explores the relationship between context and perception: how our awareness and prejudices often bear little resemblance to reality. In his most recent photographs, Juniper explores the theme of loneliness in contemporary society, the juxtaposition of the disconnected individual against a backdrop of modern urbanscapes. Juniper’s […]

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