Spanish artist Claudia Valsells currently resides in Barcelona and has a talent for mixing colours that have playful undertones but balance out nicely thanks to her use of bright and dark.
Callum Innes is a Scottish abstract artist who removes the paint before it dries, washing away or "unpainting" the canvas to reveal varied textures that make each piece unique.
Sepideh Ilsey, an Iranian artist currently based in Perth, Australia starts out with a number of digital sketches before later transferring these on to linen with paint using brush techniques.
New York-based artist Matt Connors' has been able to keep his child-like powers, producing these abstract artworks that have a strong focus on colour and shape and rely heavily on brush technique.
The work of American artist Matt Mclune explores the world through his unique abstract canvases that incorporate a variety of brush marks orientated around one or two dominant colours.
Laurie Maun, a UK based artist, pulled me in with her unique formations that interweave shape and colour, combining to create artworks that are both intriguing and pleasing on the eye.
Italian artist Marco Tirelli's work has a mystical quality and if you look deeper and you can see interesting ways in which he uses art to express something that can't necessarily be seen.
California-based American painter Heather Day mixes pure creativity in her techniques with a visual style that has nice movement and a strong colour palette that intrigues the eye.
Originally from Virginia, now New York based artist Marleigh Culver works both in digital and physical mediums using playful colours and unique shape combinations in her work.
Founded in 2006 by Kristina Sostarko, later joined by fellow artist and illustrator Jason Odd, the duo have created a hub for their experimentation with graphics and illustration titled Inaluxe.
Canadian artist Scott Sueme has been painting abstract works of art for approximately seven years, using graffiti as a base to offer a slight twist in a more traditional medium.
American visual artist Ryan Tippery has integrated natural looking patterns with flat coloured block elements to create artworks that explore rational and intuitive ways of thinking.