Parisian artist Alma Charry stood out for her minimalist approach, but I was especially captivated by her mixed media projects, which often involve coloured card and paper.
Work by New York based artist Tamar Zinn, who blurs the lines by building up and sanding down layers of paint until she finds the right balance between activity and calm.
I was drawn to these fantastic looking canvases, prints and public artworks by Tony "Rubin" Sjöman, a Brooklyn-based artist who is known for his complex, abstract geometric style.
Norwegian artist Christina Peel has folded small porcelain tiles over many times to create a collage or a mosaic sorts. These offer interesting patterns that are geometric and striking.
Brooklyn-based artist Jessica Sander's material of choice is beeswax, which she melts and pours it on to semi-transparent linen to create wonderful works of art.
An interesting selection of artworks by Charles Arnoldi, an American artist and all around creative who blurs the line between abstraction and representation in his paintings.
Elvia Perrin is an artist and printer based in Austin, Texas. She makes prints that are quietly minimalist, up close you can see lots of detail and textures that give her works depth and originality.
Kristin Texeira lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Her paintings are vibrant and abstract, using contrasting colours to depict certain moments that occurred in her life.
Residing in Naples, Italy Andrea Russo's passion for art is shared through his origami, which are often geometric patterns or abstract sculptures using straight lines and curves.
Kitty, a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Toulouse, creates drawings and paintings at her studio in France. I was especially impressed by the muted colours and dynamic lines.
A selection of compositions by visual artist Liat Elbling. Born in Israel, she constructs these models out of basic materials, later creating a visual replica by photographing them.
Karina Petersen made these Shadow Play Prints that investigate the relationship between light and shadow, juxtaposing both two-dimensional and three-dimensional elements on paper.