Adrian Cox (born 1988) is a painter living and working in St. Louis, Missouri. Cox attended the University of Georgia for his undergraduate studies, and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with honors in 2010. He obtained his Master of Fine Arts degree from Washington University in Saint Louis in 2012. In addition to exhibiting his work nationally, Adrian is the gallery coordinator at the Millitzer Gallery, an alternative art-space in Saint Louis, and currently works as an adjunct lecturer in painting in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in Saint Louis.
Canadian artist Brian Donnelly creates brilliant portrait work that literally melts off the canvas. The Toronto based painter uses his talented oil painting skills to form heads of both men and women and then introduced turpentine and hand sanitizer to melt the faces off the canvas and out of recognition. Donnelly also has a new show starting this Friday at the Stephanie Chefas Projects in Portland.
Valerio Carrubba’s a Milan-based artist who creates brilliant surreal portrait oil paintings that focus on the human anatomy, both inside and out.