Collector Favorites: November, ed. 2
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.
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Christian Hetzel focuses on texture and abstract color(-field) compositions. Discreet colors, surface structures and textures of the environment and nature inspire Hetzel, allowing him to create new abstract compositions or restructured textured paintings. See more artworks by Christian Hetzel.
Marijah Bac Cam
Marijah Bac Cam is a French multidisciplinary artist, born in Laos with Tai Dam roots. Her work focuses on the exploration of surface and depth of relationship to the world in different factors of acculturation through gesture and line. See more artworks by Mariah Bac Cam.
Titti Garelli was born in Turin, where she lives and works now. Over the past twenty years her pictures have been requested by the publishing world and by major international advertising agencies. See more artworks by Titti Garelli.
Taylor White’s work “explores fleeting memories and the dormant mania crawling beneath the carpet of the western home. His images recount crisis and triumph, momentum and confinement, lust and low-altitude bombing.” See more artworks by Taylor White.
Jessy Cho was born in South Korea and educated in both South Korea and New York. Wherever she moved or studied, she always had a pencil in her hand and drew or painted. Influenced by NYC and fashion, Jessy’s paintings are a mix of various cultures. Her art concentrates on the mixing of materials, whilst showcasing the beauty of the combination. See more artworks by Jessy Cho.
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