Andrea Bartine Caldarise’s paintings set out to tell a story. Open compositions filled with tension allow the viewer to blend in their own narrative.
Exploring a variety of themes, artist Mally Khorasantchi’s recent works highlight a range of emotional undercurrents and existential questions.
Rachael Wren paints moments in nature when form and space seem to mingle, when edges disappear and atmosphere becomes all-encompassing.
This essay is part of “Bliss,” an exhibition that asks a group of artists to tell their viewers what bliss, or its loss, means to them.
Painter Natasha Wright is not interested in conventional ideas surrounding beauty—her work seeks to present women in a strong and powerful way.
Trans artist Poppy DeltaDawn believes in evolution and pliability. Her work is a reminder of impermanence and the constant transformation of bodies.
Artist Alyssa McClenaghan uses materials typically found in construction to examine concepts of labor, femininity, and gender.
Mel Reese’s work is built on a visual lexicon of abstract forms that simplify her own understanding of the world’s complexities.