Adrian Kay Wong’s paintings offer intimate depictions of adolescence, balancing his own sentimentalities that settle between nostalgia and estrangement.
With a primary focus on still life painting, Gray regularly uses historical tropes and frameworks as a point of departure for simultaneous bodies of work.
Goolsby’s work is a free flowing balance between variations in art constructing and can never be categorizes into one style.
The large-scale oil paintings by Alex Gross refer to modern invasions of private space.
At first impression, Mark Bryan’s surreal and whimsical work seems just for fun but usually contains underlying symbolic comment about life in these times and human nature in general.
Reid creates emotionally charged works that confront the viewer with their primal, abstract imagery and sumptuous colour.
The contemporary portrait painter Essam Marouf succeeds in lending character and face to his protagonists, without de nitively and exhaustively de ning their roles.