With just a limited, two-toned palette of acrylics, A. Andrew Gonzalez renders incredibly detailed images, mainly of goddesses and sirens, that look as if they’ve been carved in relief out of marble.
Don’t judge an artist by their website. Tokuro Sakamoto’s fine, minimalist paintings are floating in e-space without titles, dimensions, or descriptions. Nothing appears to be for sale, the text is two percent Engrish, ninety-eight percent gobbledygook, and I can’t even tell you if Tokuru is a lady or a gentleman. All hail the postmodern posterchild.