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.
Fantastic artworks by American artist Ryan Wallace, from afar they cultivate different feelings to those up-close, when viewed in detail there's certainly an expressive nature to the work.
We've picked up some work by Belgian artist Guy Vandenbranden, who was an important artist in the Belgian post-war art scene and was part of the Constructivist movement.
Inspired by the likes of Wassily Kandinsky and Edvard Munch, Koshiro Onchi was a pioneer of abstract art in Japan, he also modernised printmaking and paved the way for other artists.
London-based artist Gerry Keon looks to work with simple elements, with his series titled Winter Mixture he has merged block shapes and colour to create an intriguing set of artworks
I've been thoroughly enjoying this architectural artwork by Amy Park, a painter who investigates the history of architecture and abstraction through watercolour.
Stepping outside the box is Chicago-based creative Chad Kouri, an artist who experiments with flat colours and forms to create unique compositions using a number of different mediums.
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.
Artist Nathalie Du Pasquier uses wooden blocks and ordinary objects painted in solid colours and balances them in unique ways, also using their colour to juxtapose one another.
Constructing canvases in specific sizes, measured to share a common mathematical ratio, Landon Metz creates bold abstract art using pigmented dye on unprimed canvas.
A wonderful selection of still life painting by William Wilkins, with his subject being ceramics featuring the work of potters like Lucie Rie and Japanese craftsman Yasuhisa Kohyama.
Australian creative Esther Stewart produces these vibrant segmented paintings, often mimicking the lines of architecture.