New Yorker Natalie Weinberger makes ceramics that reference the past, but through subtle variations in silhouette and surface, her goal is to make them feel present.
Constructing canvases in specific sizes, measured to share a common mathematical ratio, Landon Metz creates bold abstract art using pigmented dye on unprimed canvas.
Japanese artist Katsuhiro Saiki has experimented with abstraction by using modern architectural buildings, fabricating their form by using distorted and fragmented images.
Inspired by abstract compositions, New York photographer Mary Ellen Bartley has layered vacant sleeves on a lightbox to create unique shapes and forms.
Inspired by both the bird and the action, Cranewalk is a collection of beautiful and tactile housewares handmade in Montana by American woodworker Christopher Quist Kautz.
Andrea Gentl and Martin Hyers own the Gentl and Hyers studio, living and working in New York City they photography and document a mixture of still life, travel, interiors and food.