Artist Benjamin Ewing is a creative that caught my attention, he should be commended for the freedom and expression in his work as it's not easy to span across so many different mediums.
What originally looks like a collection of photography turns out to be a series of paintings that are expertly crafted using oil paints on canvas by talented American artist Gregory Thielker.
Sabrina Garrasi, a talented artist based in Pesaro, Italy works in collaboration with nature to create unpredictable artworks that are truly one of a kind and are very impressive to look at.
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.
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.
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.
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.
When I came across the portfolio of Spanish artist Carlos Regueira it really inspired me, making me think about the different tones he has used and how the gradients radiate on the canvas.
Sabine Portela is a talented artist that currently resides and makes at her studio in the UK, but her use of natural tones in her art is what drove me to highlight her work here.
Michael Milano is an artist, writer, and curator living and working in Indianapolis. He has produced a number of fabric based paintings that mix textile traditions with the history of abstraction.
Talented designer Daniele De Batté uses the module as a starting point, working with the idea of balancing positive and negative space in her abstract drawings and sculpture.