Jonathon Pruc – Rasterized Painting Work

Jonathon Pruc creates beautiful portrait paintings where he rasterizes the subjects and then paints them to create brilliant and vibrant distorted imagery. The pieces from a distant seem clearer and as the viewer approaches them they begin to appear merely as colourful lines and shapes.

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Michael Beitz – Various Sculptures

Sculpture artist Michael Beitz creates incredible indoor sculptures and site specific installations. From deflated busts to interconnected tangled picnic benches, Beitz’s work makes us rethink the way we’ll interact everyday objects.

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Nick Georgious – My Human Computer

“My art is inspired by the death of the printed word. Books and newspapers are becoming artifacts of the 21st century. As a society we’re shifting away from print consumption and heading straight towards full digital lives. My sculptures are products of their environment —both literally and figuratively.” – Nick Georgiou

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Tauba Auerbach – Various Work

Tauba Auerbach is an American artist who’s work is colourful, shapely and innovative. Using various painting methods and media to create her masterpieces, Auerbach’s work has been exhibited in the US and Europe. She is currently also represented by two galleries, the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York and the Standard Gallery in Oslo.

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Hygienic Dress League – American Gothic Remix

The Hygienic Dress League got busy on a farm, but not herding cattle. They painted a large-scale mural on the side of a barn and it in good taste the subject was their take on a classic painting “American Gothic” by Grant Wood.

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Jasper Johns – American Flags

In light of the fact there it’s July 4th (American Independence Day) we thought it would be nice to celebrate by posting up some Americana. Here’s some of Jasper Johns‘ iconic American Flag paintings. “One night I dreamed that I painted a large American flag, and the next morning I got up and I went out and bought the materials to begin it.” – JJ

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Diem Chau – Crayon Carvings

Diem Chau‘s American-based Vietnam-born artist who came to the United States with her family as a refugee in 1986. Chau’s a BFA graduate from Cornish College of Arts and has been exhibited coast to coast in the USA. Her work is meticulous and consists of carving miniature sculptures in every day objects. Here we have her Crayola carvings that range from the alphabet to little animals.

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