David Molesky (@davidmolesky)
David Molesky (b.1977) is a Brooklyn-based painter and writer. Molesky grew up in Washington DC and received his BA from UC Berkeley in 1999. Over the past 25 years, Molesky has painted a variety of subject matter in oils, including turbulent seawater, forest fires, archetypal narratives, and most recently, riots. He focuses on universal humanistic themes and the experience of the sublime and beautiful. These paintings have been featured in museum exhibitions across the globe including: the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland; Pasinger Fabrik, Germany; The Museum Casa Dell’Architettura, Italy; and Telemarksgaleriet. Molesky’s paintings are in the permanent col
Location: Brooklyn, NY, United States
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Adam Holzrichter (@adamholzrichter)
In order to understand a thing’s relevance, we need its adverse or adjacent-other to compare it to. My paintings reside in this flux - romanticism overlapping progress - in order to understand how the photo functions as cultural memory.
In my paintings, I reappropriate traditional techniques by deconstructing current understanding and meaning to better gain new and different usages.
Echoing the printer, I use only four colors: cyan, magenta, yellow and black. The work develops in the same manner as a print, left to right. The finished product hangs like a movie screen, slightly swaying when a person walks by, disrupting its ether.
John Dalton (@john_dalton)
Artist & Writer - Kerry, Ireland
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Nadine Robbins (@nadinerobbinsart)
My paintings tell the stories of ordinary people from all walks of life paired with a sense of defiance and irreverence for societal norms.
laurenz coninx (@laurenzconinx)
Biography Laurenz Coninx
Laurenz Coninx was born in 1986 in Wilrijk, Belgium. He grew up near and in Mechelen, studied visual arts at st-lucas Brussels. After he finished art school, Laurenz focussed more on skateboarding and travelling. From his middle 20’s he started to draw and paint more intensively again. Coming from colourful and black & white acrylic portraits to currently bigger black & white realistic scenes, with now and than a touch of colour.
Laurenz tries to capture interesting moments crossing his life and put them on canvas with all focus on searching the perfect composition and contrast between light and dark. His paintings are all based on
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DebiLynn Fendley (@debilynn)
DebiLynn Fendley is an artist specializing in printmaking, drawing, painting, and photography. She holds graduate degrees in art and English as well as an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College in Vermont. She works as both a documentarian and a conceptual realist, drawing her models and inspiration from the various subcultures
Nanci France-Vaz (@nancifrance)
Modern Romantic Realist fusing classical with contemporary. Humanity via the narrative with cinematic effects is my intent.
Kathrin Longhurst (@kathrinlonghurst)
raised behind the Berlin Wall, traveled the world, now artist/painter in Sydney Australia
Judith Peck (@judithepeck)
Judith Peck is an allegorical figurative artist living in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
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Alex J Dewars (@ajdewars)
Alex is a Scottish, figurative painter working almost exclusively in oil paint.
His work explores identity, hierarchies, patriotism and body politics .
The result often depicts romantic and nihilistic conclusions in a single suspended moment.
He works exclusively in oil because it ties him to 500 years of figure painting. In this rich history you can see themes which are repeated, are continuously relevant in modern civilization, and ripe for parody.
He has exhibited extensively in galleries throughout Scotland for over 10 years, including at the Royal Scottish Academy Annual Exhibition.