Paintings which bestow a strange warmth on empty, contemporary spaces
Young, self-taught Portland artist works in tone on tone and tape.
The Swiss artist's contemporary paintings create their own strange vibrations.
Uncanny oil paintings with a photographic influence
A literary influence helps shape these dismal yet humorous figures.
This Chicago artist turns conspiracy theories into wild, narrative paintings blurring fact and fiction.
The artist investigates our idea of realism in "Wane's World: A History of 'Things.'"
The data is in the details for these understated paintings.
Handmade frames and natural subjects characterize a new series of landscapes.
The Los Angeles pop artist plots an ambitous month-long road trip.
The artist put much of his erotic library for sale.
The Portland artist says his fantastic worlds need nourishment to grow.
We've got a file on the Gothenburg-based artist, zine-lover, publisher, and designer Fredrik Åkum.
Former president George W. Bush uses painting for self-reflection and, quite possibly, to admire his own stubby toes.
We've got a file on painter, printmaker, and gallerist Mariano Chavez.
The Romanian-born twin artists pair Transylvanian folklore with abstract horror and vivid hues.
This L.A. painter specializes in geometric color patterns and woodland creatures.
Annotations add narrative to these geometric paintings.