Grounded in a neon-classical palette, Gonzalez’s cinematic landscapes and Romantic portraiture are part self-portrait, part social commentary.
His artistic style ranges from indigenous iconography, social realism, portraiture, to colorful pop art.
Highlighting our pandemic-induced tendency to re-examine the recent past and taking inspiration from cultural critics such as bell hooks and Marshall Macluhan, Kelly Inouye’s latest large-scale watercolor works reflect on imagery generated by Music Television (MTV) and its influence on contemporary culture.
Stelo + Variable West Art Writing Resident Daniela Molnar examines the human relationship with color.
Raúl Guerrero’s paintings of food celebrate the Mexican-American experience.
Yuyang Zhang’s paintings and digital collages offer cultural commentary through memes, Chinese-American culture, and dark humor.
An Oregon-based educator and artist inspires her students to find beauty in everything.
An LA-based artist’s biomorphic works on paper evoke the vocabulary of food.
A Seattle-based painter captures 1930s Seattle, Japanese Internment, grief, loss, and recovery—all with his brush.
Expectations of gender and sexuality shape our social landscape.