Kat Philbin

Sunday at the Dino Weenie Roast #4 "You don't mind if I take the leftovers right?"

Ink and Watercolor on Paper

3 1/2 x 2 1/2 in.


Alessandra Pierelli

the stock- out tongue



Alessandra Pierelli

Heart eyes

acrylics, resin and drawing pins



Jill Stoll

An Unhealthy Obsession with Geography

Collage: Paper, Wood, Etching, mixed media and hanging on Wood, Stainless Steel and Paper. Please note: Each collage hangs from a 36" Stainless Steel Cable, 1 x 19 Strand Core, Size 1/16” from a zinc-plated 5" corner brace.

paper, wood, chipboard, paint, pencil

46 x 38 x 5 in.

2007 - 2014


Martina Potlach

MP no.5

This series of square prints are made from only two letters, M and P, my initials. They have been repeated, distorted, and abstracted with color to break down these universal letters into unrecognizable geometrical forms.

Adobe Illustrator, print



Lisa Ng

Horned Lizard

Horned lizards are most known for squirting blood in the eyes of their predators. Added to that, they blend very well into their natural environment of the dessert. Here I've painted my own horned lizard blending very well in a room of it's own. With blood from his eye and blood splatters throughout the room, is it trying to warn off predators or just merely trying to straighten that painting on the wall? I added a cricket so he wouldn't go hungry.


12 x 12 in.



Joanna Garel

It's been a while

acrylic on wood cement on canvas w/ acrylic spray paint 

11 x 14 in.



Stefano Imbert

Big Fur Coat

14 x 11 cm / 5 16/31 x 4 1/3 in.


Hyeonkyeong Yeo

Thorny Hair

Oil on canvas




Julie Hayes

First Day of Spring

acrylic on canvas paper


18 x 14 x 1 cm / 7 2/23 x 5 16/31 x 11/28 in.



Chuck Carbia

Golden Wig (Over Fence)

acrylic, graphite and glitter on paper mounted on canvas

Mixed Media



Sean Mick


24 x 24 cm / 9 13/29 x 9 13/29 in.


Sean O'Brien


4 x 6 cm / 1 15/26 x 2 4/11 in.


Meghan Quinn

JTree Red Rocks

archival digital print on Baryta paper


18 x 22 x 1 cm / 7 2/23 x 8 21/32 x 11/28 in.



Steve Spencer

The Walkman

24 x 18 cm / 9 13/29 x 7 2/23 in.


Ilse Mittermeier


Acrylic on canvas




Claudine Gevry

Orange Universe

Acrylic ink on Yupo paper


18 x 14 x 1 cm / 7 2/23 x 5 16/31 x 11/28 in.



Brigitte Bruggemann

Yellow Afternoon

10 x 10 cm / 3 15/16 x 3 15/16 in.


Rachel Forrest

Heating Up

This painting is oil on wood, triptych-style. With paper collage around the border and tea bags on the whole outer cover. It opens and closes with hinges and shuts in the front.




Tina Ybarra

Yellow Too

oil on canvas

4 x 4 cm / 1 15/26 x 1 5/8 in.


Chalda Maloff

Lucky Marble

5 cm / 1 31/32 in.


Maria Bouquet

Gold print (ii)

Maria Bouquet is an Argentinian artist. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, she moves to New York to do her Masters of Fine Arts in Pratt Institute. In 2005 she graduates with an honor roll and continues to pursue her passion as a painter, photographer and artist. Her work attempts to capture the depths within spirituality in relation to the world. Till today her work has been exhibited in metropolitan cities in Latin America, North America, Europe, and Asia. Some of her professional highlights have been participating in critic and analysis of contemporary art with Louise Bourgeois in Chelsea, New York and with Carlos Gorriarena in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Also, her work has been showcased in major fairs, such as: Art Basel; AAF Contemporary Art Fair New York; Centro Cultural Borges, Argentina; Dumbo, New York; World Bank Art Society.

Acrylic on canvas

11 x 11 in.