Andrea Joyce Heimer’s playful and melancholy artworks

Andrea Joyce Heimer uses her flat narrative paintings to communicate playful innocence as well as darker and more controversial themes from personal experience as well as allegorical historical narratives. Heifer grew up as an adopted child in Montana but currently works and resides in New York. The artist is an adoptee whose records are sealed,…

Benji Boyadgian’s display of architecture and heritage

Hailing from Jerusalem, artist and architect Benji Boyadgian combines his practices to explore the themes of heritage, territory, architecture, and landscape through both abstract and realist perspectives. His abstract works seem to colorfully mimic the state of the city in which the artist has spent his life living in, and perhaps also represents something even more personal for…

Ruby Amanze’s works in a world of non-linear time

Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze was born in Nigeria in 1982. Shortly after her birth she relocated to the U.K. where she spent most of her childhood before she moved to the United States of American when she was thirteen years old. Amanze’s work is primarily centered around drawing and is almost always done on paper. Her drawings display…