Beautiful watercolour paintings by Californian-based artist Satsuki Shibuya, who uses a minimal amount of elements to convey complex and conceptual happenings in an abstract way.
Korean artist Chae Sung-Pil uses nature as his main source of inspiration. His work incorporates both traditional and abstract art, combining the worlds of ancient and modern Korea.
Influenced by primitive art, alongside Japanese aesthetics, Patricia has been incorporating these in to her own stoneware creations under the studio name ‘Ocean Primitive’.
Nathalie Du Pasquier explores the relationship between different shapes on canvas, mainly experimenting with geometric forms. This series is the linking of multiple shapes to create unique patterns.
This short film and photography captures the making process of talented Japanese calligrapher Sen (aka Rinka Obitsu), who’s attempting to perfect her calligraphy through a piece titled “Prayer”.
In my opinion, John Pittman’s works are visually stunning. I really enjoy the way in which he floats between sculpture and painting, often combining the two to make an unexpected combination.