A fantastic selection of abstract art by NG Collective, consisting of two artist sisters named Laura Naples and Kristen Giorgi who bounce ideas off one another to achieve a unified aesthetic.
Roanna Wells is a British artist and her art captured my attention thanks to the quietness I sensed in the work, a series of brush marks are made on the page, some of which represent time itself.
Australian artist Lisa Madigan has mixed her background as a stylist and her experience in floristry to create art that's very expressive, using oil paint on a number of materials to achieve this.
Polish designer Malgorzata Bany now lives and works in London and brings forward her study of Fine Art to the fields of function and objects, creating seating and objects from various materials.
Italian artist Alessandra Taccia, who currently lives in Cambridge, England, explores everyday objects and life through her painting, breaking down the setting to the essential forms.
London-based studio practice Forest + Found use wood, textiles and other crafts to create works of art that are inspired by architectural structures, ancient landscapes and cultural objects.
British artist Richard Devereux uses free spirited methods that lead to intriguing artworks that balance a clean and contemporary look with a deeper meaning and character.
These particular works are by Leigh Wells,I liked the way in which she incorporated light and shadow, as well as different plants to create a series of flower arrangement through paper snippets.
We explore the work of American Artist Paul Kremer, who tends to paint using acrylic on canvas, incorporating colour field painting and post-painterly abstraction.
Ethan Cook uses stretched hand woven canvas in segments which are then placed strategically in the frame to create works artworks that on the surface seem simple but are full of detail.
This work by American artist Vince Contarino uses fairly random strokes on the page but has still been able to make them look cohesive, as well as incorporating structural shapes.
American artist Jen Garrido goes through all of the processes that I admire in any creative, considering what to add and subtract in her work, slowly arriving at the final composition.