Artists2021-07-23T17:08:33+00:00

Daniel Johnson

Daniel Johnson
Chicago, IL
danieljjohnsongallery.com

My body of work is a mix surreal illustrations, African American history and Jazz greats. I choose subject matter that provokes thought and emotions.

Yoram Gal

Yoram Gal
Tel Aviv, Israel
yoramgal.com

Watercolor, gouache, pen and acrylic on paper and canvas, capturing fleeting moments of dramatic, comic and lyrical interactions between people. Juicifying landscapes from realism to abstract.

Sebastian Sparenga

Sebastian Sparenga
Chicago, IL
sparengaphotography.com

I create fine art photography using the beauty of recrystallized substances under the polarized light microscope at 100X magnification. All the colors and patterns seen are naturally occurring.

Laura Junge

Laura Junge
Jackson Junge Studio
Chicago, IL
j2gallery.com

Sketches are used to create surreal compositions. Paint is applied bringing the work to life.

Wall mounted paintings with sculpted elements are created using vibrant paints. Both abstract and surreal backgrounds create the setting for hand sculpted elements to be interwoven into the artwork.

Gabby Hanley

Gabby Hanley
Collaborator: Lijah Hanley
Hanley Photography
Duluth, GA

Black and white, limited edition photographs of 25, printed and framed using archival materials.

Matthew Coglianese

Matthew Coglianese
Chicago, IL
thepigshark.com

Dye sublimation photographic prints of my digital art and photography on aluminum sheet metal.

George Ceffalio

George Ceffalio
Ceffalio Art
Glen Ellyn, IL
ceffalio.com

I create oil paintings in the classic realism style of the old masters.

Abbie Ansburg

Abbie Ansburg
Elmhurst, IL
abbieansburgfineart.com

I work on canvas and wood panels prepped with acrylic gesso. I apply layers of oil paint, modified with liquid alkyd medium, with various brushes and pallet knives.

Rosa Chavez

Rosa Chavez
Naples, FL

I apply acrylic paint on a white canvas with palette knives and various brushes.

Roger Disney

Roger Disney
Tulsa, OK
rogerdisney.com

With long shutter speeds and dusk lighting the artist captures urban photos from around the world and returns home to interpret them in the studio with these large scale palette knife oils on canvas.

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