Usually we wear masks to disguise ourselves, to hide some of who we are. Though, in the case of these paintings from Alea Hurst, the masks reveal much more. The Atlanta based artist paints with oil on fabric with bits of her figures exposing the patterns beneath. Alea combines cultural and tribal masks with figures … Continue reading Alea Hurst’s Societal Masks

  The vividly colored ladies of Jeremiah Ketner’s paintings are instantly recognizable. They are dreamy, adorned with flowers, have a child-like innocence unique to each of them. The Chicago artist draws a lot of design and motif inspiration from the Japanese culture and now lives in Tokyo where he continues to create. Attack Jeremiah Ketner! … Continue reading Jeremiah Ketner

  Under the pen name “Evgola” artist Evgeniya Golik connects us to a realm of fantasies. Evgola’s paintings take a nod from the European Renaissance and old fairy tales. Gold accents highlight the portraits of the mystical beings that stare back as if they have secrets to share. Attack Evgola! evgolafineart.com Facebook Instagram  

Nathan Spoor   Spoke Art San Francisco welcomes Nathan Spoor as a guest curator for Suggestivism: Resonance, a group show that includes over 40 international artists. Suggestivism is an art movement penned by Spoor that draws from deep imagination, drawing viewers into dreamlike worlds that tantalize our psyche.            “Curator Nathan Spoor … Continue reading Suggestivism: Resonance

Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins‘ largest exhibition to date opens this month at KP Project/MKG in Los Angeles, California. This kaleidoscopic collection of work ranges from graphite drawings to massive acrylic paintings with narratives hosted but Craola’s familiar style of hybrid creatures. “Beyond Shadows” Opening Reception: Saturday May 21st, 7-10pm Show on view through June 18th, 2016