Andrew Barton

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Really strange but compelling sculptures from the highly imaginative artist Andrew Barton. I would love to have one of these at home. Very fine art indeed.

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David Jon Kassan

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Wow wow wow – David Jon Kassan is another phenomenal artist from Brooklyn, NY who is absolutely dominating the art scene. Recently his work was featured on the cover of EMPTY magazine, and here is a glimpse of his incredible painting talents – most professional photographers don’t produce images that look this good!

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Alex Roulette

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Alex Roulette

I am excited to post about fellow MICA peer, Alex Roulette and his fantastic paintings. I have had the pleasure of engaging in critiques of his work and I’ve always admired his incredible eye for detail. His website is still a bit under construction, but he seems to be keeping very busy with his personal blog. Make sure you take a look at what he is capable of – and if you are around the DC/Baltimore area anytime between September 12 – October 10, make sure to visit his exhibition of paintings located on the lovely MICA campus.

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Chris Ballantyne

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Chris Ballantyne

I just stumbled upon the paintings of Chris Ballantyne. This minimal, almost silk screened approach to painting is admirable. I only regret not seeing more of his work on his website – short but very sweet.

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The Daily Figure

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The Daily Figure is a beautiful daily project by illustrator, Kyle T. Webster. Growing up in an artist’s environment – be it in our out of a classroom – I can truly relate to these broad flowing lines in more ways than one. Very inspiring.  

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