Mars-1: paintings from outer-space by Mario Martinez

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Monday 17 June 2013

With a name like Mars-1, you can only guess Mario Martinez would be making art that feels like it dropped from the sky. His work feels almost extraterrestrial. The many layers of color and texture are brought together in whimsical compositions by perfectly round bubble forms. This LA artist seem to really celebrate the idea of “other life” being […]

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Exploding modern art paintings by Katy Moran

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By Simon James in New Art on Friday 14 June 2013

I like art that collapses a lot of stuff together as subtly as possible. Katy Moran’s paintings do exactly that. Her recent show at Dublin’s Douglas Hyde Gallery was just stunning. These paintings are like watching the Museum of Modern Art implode in a tiny soundproof box. Heavy on the abstraction but whipped up light […]

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The inner dialogue of artist Wyatt Mills

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By Lost At E Minor in New Art on Wednesday 5 December 2012

Wyatt Mills depicts feelings of modern day social anxieties and personal struggle/self-doubt while experimenting with light, space, and narrative. Confrontation and first person environments are common within his work. His pieces bring viewers into another mindset, allowing them to contemplate and debate with an inner dialogue about what social boundaries they find to be hideous, captivating, offensive or attractive, in hopes that it will allow the viewers to walk away with a loss of social reservation and expansion of their own mindset.

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