Inspired by a flock of migrating birds, Jihee Min uses devices made to mimic wings in her exhibition A Few Flaps to Belong. The work draws a parallel between the longing for flight and the desire to cope with
Minas Halaj mixes elements of his classical education with contemporary influences to provide what he calls “a symphony of graphics, sculptures, collages and figurative compositions that indulge the senses.”
Eddie Martinez’s canvases are formed from oil paint, enamel, spray paint, screen printing and studio detritus, works loaded with coloured, quasi-abstract masses.
Fabio Coruzzi’s mixed media works are always a pleasure to find. (He’s been featured here before). Busted (Hey that’s my hat) is one of his latest
Artist Melissa Espina and photographer Pietro Gallo fuse the artistry of encaustic painting with the crisp images of contemporary digital photography.
Artist and educator Suzanne Tevlin’s moose works are a mixed media delight. Moose by Moonlight is a diptych in pastel, ink & acrylic wash on a vintage map of First Nations and early European settlements in North America. It’s 48″ X 62″ on Fabriano paper.