A third-generation hibakusha (atomic bomb survivor) explores the DNA of grief, violence, pain, and generational trauma via sculpture.
An homage to art that shatters academic and “High Art” facades of elitism with the everyday.
A Norwegian-born artist casts light onto the strangeness of beauty in the US.
Oscillating between figuration and abstraction, this Seattle-based painter captures the depths and textures of daydreams.
A spinal cord injury survivor’s bold, expressive brushstrokes marry the essence art making and living.
A Port Townsend-based painter ponders the simultaneity of life and death in her portraits of stumps.
A Long Beach-based painter subverts the fetishization of the female body through bold portraits.
An artist’s use of color breathes new life into normal, everyday scenes.
Explore the inner lives of inanimate sculpture in this Love Letter to an artist, whose work teeters on that delicate line between life and lifelessness.
A weird, whimsical painter inspires an artist in lockdown to pick up the brush once more.