Januz Miralles’ unfolding of the human form

Januz Miralles, an artist who sometimes goes by the name of “Nuestra”, uses all kinds of materials and tools to create his artworks. These include mostly acrylic paint, ink, paper, a pen tablet, a digital camera, and gesso. He claims to have stumbled upon art by coming to an unpredicted decision to go out and…

Tracey Emin’s candid contemporary art

London based artist Tracey Emin reveals honest moments ranging from utter humiliation to her inner-most hopes through a range of mediums including painting, drawing, video, installation, photography, needlework and sculpture. Tracey’s work has an often sexually provocative attitude that firmly locates her collective body of artwork within the feminist tradition of being untraditional. She reaffirms this in her…

Beaded punching bags and direct messages from Jeffrey Gibson

Jeffrey Gibson studied contemporary art at the art institute of Chicago, and then the Royal College in London. After having been out of school for a couple of years he turned to his heritage and started incorporating a Native American aspect to his work to create a novel hybrid and since then has had tremendous museum and critical support in…

Urs Fischer’s contemporary works

Urs Fischer is a Swiss-born artist primarily listed as a sculptor of various medias, although he also paints, draws, and creates mixed media works. His work revolves around the idea that so many of the objects, situations, and themes in our world will remain the same throughout the course of our entire lives. However, the…

Bursting works by Erik Jones

Erik Jones combines his knowledge and mastery of the the human figure with colorful non-representational forms to conjure images that pull the viewer deep inside their surface. Jones uses assorted mediums such as water color, colored pencil, acrylic, water-soluble oil, and wax pastel to not only highlight figure paintings or solely non-subjective creations,but to instead bring them together in…