Arturo Guerrero, New York, NY
A self-taught painter born in Madrid, Guerrero creates multilayered compositions that evoke complex imagery and wide-ranging references, from ancient landscapes to modern technology, through abstracted forms and the expressive tenor of his signature thick brushstrokes.
Elizabeth Atterbury, Portland, ME
A native of Southern Florida, Atterbury studied studio photography and writing concurrently, and later developed her conceptual approach to include pictorial sculpture, collage and printmaking.
Ellie Malin, Melbourne, Australia
A trained printmaker, Malin applies a bold, colorful eye to geometric landscapes rendered in a range of textural mediums.
Kapitza, London, UK
Taking an aesthetic approach to problem-solving, sisters Petra and Nicole Kapitza both worked independently as graphic designers before founding their collaborative studio focused on explorations into the optics of geometry and color.
Phillip D. Stearns, Brooklyn, NY
Stearns studied physics and audio engineering before reorienting his attention to artistic endeavors and particularly, textile weavings and analog counterpart to computational logic.
Bitdrift by Phillip David Stearns
Created through parametric computation and cellular automata, Bitdrift is sourced from sections of a photograph whose pixels have been algorithmically sorted and shuffled to generate a wholly unique composition that vacillates between order and entropy.
Criss Cross by Kapitza
Informed by a wide range of references, from abstraction to natural forms, the studio's distinct, vibrant aesthetic makes use of a wide color spectrum in Criss Cross, featuring a syncopated, striped pattern in five brilliant colorways.
Five Cities by Ellie Malin
Five Cities combines tonal planes and overlaid cutout shapes that together form a playful abstract composition with a layered and dimensional depth.
Line Variations by Arturo Guerrero
Originally trained as an architect, Guerrero's works often evolve through iteration, forming tectonic planes of oil and watercolor. Line Variations features warm overlapping fields of earth tones and cool indigo blue.
Social Dance by Elizabeth Atterbury
Organic forms and serendipitous collage play into the work of Atterbury. Social Dance grew out of a series of monoprints with Wingate Studio, from which she reconfigured plates of abstract colorforms to create a wholly new composition.
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