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Collector Favorites: January, ed.1

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.

For more ideas, browse our recently sold works and contact our curators who can help you find similar works in your budget.

Anna Church

Anna Church is a SCULPTOGRAPHER – an artist who combines forms of three dimensional sculpture with the process of photography. Church’s ultimate goal is to honour aesthetic beauty, to captivate and to encourage conversation by creating art that is accessible and relatable but with just the right touch of provocation.  See more artworks by Anna Church

Endre Penovac

Endre Penovac is an independent artist that lives and works in Bačka Topola, Serbia. He is well-known for his watercolor works and increasingly in demand internationally to conduct his watercolor workshops and demos.  See more artworks by Endre Penovác

Minas Halaj

Mines Halaj incorporates elements of both classical education with contemporary influences. He provides a symphony of graphics, sculptures, collages and figurative compositions that indulge the senses. See more artworks by Minas Halaj.

Alexander Ilichev

Alexander Ilichev paints portraits whilst creating textures. He paints spots of color, lines and dots. He is often surprised by how one can see the depth of an image or life lived by someone through his works. See more artworks by Alexander Ilichev.

Ben Edmunds

Ben Edmunds imagine his paintings and drawings as arrangements of near and far elements that slot into place like stage sets. The conterminous layers rarely touch, but influence each other. Ben tries to capture the brief moment when these spaces align to form a composition and allude to the information lost in the parallax. See more artworks by Ben Edmunds.

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