Sarah Fagan is an artist whose trompe l’oeil acrylic on panel paintings show a thoughtful balancing of everyday objects and empty spaces, all painted in a muted colour palette. Her paintings have a deliberately quiet and meditative feel to them, one which invites a careful examination equal to the artists own meditation on her subjects.
Vicki Smith is an artist whose large scale oil on canvas paintings depict female swimmers floating in water, from above and below the surface. Her paintings are a fascinating intersection of figurative, landscape, and abstraction as the figures absorb themselves in pools of reflections and distortions of the watery landscape.
Pedro Rodriguez Garrido is an artist whose oil on board paintings focus on the urban landscape of cities including New York and Chicago. His painterly approach to his work which includes multiple layers of colours applied and dragged over the surface, create a dynamic tension that captures the movement and vibrancy of the city.
Marta D’Asaro is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Milan Italy. She has worked as an art director and illustrator for many magazine and book projects, with her illustrations gracing the covers of multiple books for the AT Editore publishing house.
Hans Poppe is a Tanzanian born, Toronto, Canada based artist and graphic designer. His recent body of work “Fabric of Tanzania” uses the colourful patterned kitenge (East African fabric), stretched over wood panel as the foundation for his oil paintings exploring African identity.
Catherine O’Donnell is an Australian contemporary artist whose charcoal and graphite on paper drawings are “an exploration of the architecture, culture and history in the everyday-ness of the urban environment.”