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James Gustavson

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I love the vibrancy and subtleness about the work of Brooklyn artist, Ian Carpenter, whose paintings were exhibited in a solo show in Chelsea, New York last year.


Joshua Allen Harris

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Bright, shiny things

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Inka Essenhigh

Oh man, the work of New York based artist Inka Essenhigh is so good it makes my eyes water.

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