The art of Australian painter Rebecca Hastings is a family affair. She uses herself and her children as the focal subjects in her highly realist oil paintings.
South African artist Kirsten Beets works predominantly with oil paint on paper with her main subjects focusing on how people interact with nature in a recreational way, usually observing things from a high vantage point and neatly rendering them in minute detail.
Baltimorean artist Amy Sherald paints African-American Portraits like no one else. Her life-sized portraits main subjects are only Afro-Americain, but one of her very own signature is how Sherald paint their skin in shades of gray.
27 years old Congolese painter, Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga crafts oil and acrylic works that blend traditional iconography and technological symbology.
Dutch artist and designer Parra is pleased to present “No Work Today” at Joshua Liner Gallery, the Gallery’s first solo exhibition with the artist.
Swiss artist, Charlotte Hopkins Hall lives and works in London where she paints these beautiful portraits of women from behind and their hair. I love how detailed are the hair, the colors and movements!
Bryant Toth Fine Art and Gallery 151 are pleased to present an exhibition of works by Cuba-based artist Hector Frank, from November 3rd – November 10th at 132 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011. An exhibition catalogue with an essay by Jose Manuel Noceda, a celebrated Cuban Art Historian and Critic will be published.