I Seem to Have Forgotten Something, the Recipe by Wyatt Mills

Wyatt Mills: born – 1991 in Los Angeles. He has been living and working in Berlin, Germany since 2016. Wyatt holds a BFA with Honors in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Wyatt Mills was born 1991, in Los Angeles. He has been living and working in Berlin, Germany since 2016. Wyatt holds a BFA with Honors in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York.Read More →

Capitol Records Building 36x24 by Bradford J. Salamon

“I will paint people forever, as they are always important to me. But my fascination with inanimate objects and the stories they tell bring me back to a different time when it makes me move into the mindset of a designer or inventor who thought with 1920 references. Old glass bottles, iconography, out-of-date sewing machines, their shapes and how they work stimulate me to see the world with fresh perceptions.” Read More →

Katabachi by Michael Flechtner

Neon, more properly luminous tube, has been my medium of expression for nearly a decade.  It has replaced the paint and sculptural materials I used as a student.  I’m ever mindful of the compelling nature of this pure, colored, glowing light and the tendency of many to see “all things neon” as signage or kitsch.  It is my experience that the more traditional viewer and critic resist seeing neon as a fine art medium.Read More →

Auction by Gig Depio

I see painting as a self-correcting, continually revising endeavor, sometimes expanding or contracting, depending on who’s looking and when, and maybe an enterprise forever tied to experience. Maybe there is a primal part of it, but the entire practice including the involvement of a community suggests that it is a product of cultural participation. Read More →