The work of artist Tristan Pigott cleverly plays with color and composition, giving natural objects like a houseplant or a head of lettuce outlandish hues.
Reserve your copy of the limited print edition December 2017 issue.
Highlights from Ornis A. Gallery, Galerie Wouter van Leeuwen, Stigter van Doesburg and GRIMM.
Congratulations to the artists selected by our guest curator Sarah Potter for our December 2017 Miami Edition Issue. Sarah Potter is the founder and owner of SP Projects, an independent art advisory and consulting business based in New York.
Hosting a sale a few times per year is a great way to make room in your studio and fund your next project or exhibition. Over the years, this strategy became an integral part of my artist business plan and introduced me to many incredible art lovers.
New York, NY) - The Hole is pleased to announce Trails, an exhibition of new paintings by Eric Shaw, on view October 21 – November 19, 2017. This presentation includes seven fanciful abstract paintings employing high contrast polygons and pathways, geometric shapes and fine lines suggesting trails on a map. This is the artist’s first solo show at the gallery.
Brett works primarily in painting, sculpture, and public art. His works are often driven by processes influenced by his science and mathematics background.
Kelly Johnston earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Washington in 2000. In addition to painting, she has worked in the interior design industry and created a line of handmade jewelry.
Australian, self-taught artist Tahnee Kelland.
Dive into the quirky fantasy worlds of artist Andrea Wan, where two headed women read books to sloths and heads can explode, revealing little zebras inside.
12 tips for artists on how to approach galleries when you are seeking representation.
Teil Duncan is inspired by light, movement, surprising color combinations, social interaction, and patterns.
"The Message Series was inspired from my belief that people connect personally to specific letters and numbers, each for their own reason."
Lily Brown explores themes of innocence, vulgarity, aggression, vulnerability, humor, and their interplay in her work.