Evan Venegas – Various Work

Evan Venegas was born in 1975 and raised in Queens, New York. Born into a family with artistic heritage, his father being a respected Latin Jazz musician and his brother a successful music producer.

van considers his paintings to be “playgrounds for the mind.” On the surface, his work can be appreciated in an orchestral sense for both palette and composition. In much the same way expressionist painters of the early century were influenced by jazz music, Evan is influenced by modern day electronic music.

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Jeremy Olson – III

Jeremy Olson is a fine artist who lives and works in Brooklyn and attended NYU Steinhardt for an MFA and received his BFA from the University of Arizona. His painting work show an extreme amount of detail, texture and rendering.

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Bianca Chang – Paper Sculptures

Paper artist Bianca Chang creates sculptures using a hand cut-and-fold technique. To create her intricate sculptures, the Australia-based artist layers crisp white paper together, and cuts the stack (or individual piece) in such a way that adds dynamic depth and dimension.

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John Rankin – Eyescapes

Photographer and founder of Dazed and Confused magazine, John Rankin has created an incredible photographic series consisting of more than a dozen decontextualized irises entitled “Eyescapes”. The series truly captivates the viewer with the colour and texture of the human eye.

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Ashley Yeo – Paper Perfection

Ashley Yeo‘s work touch on the reflections of the nature of being and existing. Yeo’s recent works explore the idea of slowness and working within a construct of creating depth and curiosity. Her work also shows an unbelievable amount of attention to detail and patience.

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