Collector Favorites: April
Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections? Though your tastes may differ, sometimes seeing what others are purchasing can help you discover new artists whose works you might not otherwise have considered. Below, meet 5 artists who have proven to be popular favorites with our collectors.
Catherine Denvir enjoys exploring what she describes as a comparatively new medium. Her work starts and concludes in a traditional manner, drawings on paper to oil on canvas, but via an extensive, immersive, and meandering path of digital exploration. Catherine’s work has also been featured in 3×3 magazine, and the Taiwanese publication The Age of European Drawing. See more artworks by Catherine Denvir.
Anna Matykiewicz is an artist from Poland, currently living and working in Ireland. She doesn’t limit herself to one technique or set of materials when creating her bold, graphic portraits. Anna likes to mix watercolors, acrylic, oil, and ink to create the preferred outcome. She loves the combination of smooth colorful portraits with the delicate lines that frame and accent the portrait. See more artworks by Anna Matykiewicz.
Max Yaskin is an abstract artist that enjoys experimentation and trying different techniques. Everything he sees inspires him, be it nature, people, movies, traveling. His creativity paves his self-expression, showing his worldview. As an artist, Max prefers abstract art, because it gives him ample opportunities to experiment with color, imagination, and complete freedom of expression. See more artworks by Max Yaskin.
Rashna Hackett paints intuitively without any plan for what the finished piece will be, instead allowing instinct to guide her creative process. Acting and reacting to the stroke of color, her mood, interest, and love of color are ever present in the finished piece. Her art is a representation of her perception of life: dynamic, complex, and yet simple. See more artworks by Rashna Hackett.
Matthew Farrar’s work is an insight into how the eyes feed his mind, the deconstruction of structure into patterns and geometric form. A world of aesthetic values is highlighted by shape and shadow, liquid and color. His abstractions show a clear distinction from photojournalism in the artistic approach to his composition. See more artworks by Matthew Farrar.
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