Art We Love
Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of January
Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections? Though your tastes may differ, 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.
Interdisciplinary artist Noa Heyne uses sculpture, installation, and performance art to explore movement and body in natural and urban environments. Her sculptural works often utilize industrial materials that take on a nearly organic form. Noa relocated to the US from Israel to study at the Maryland Institute of College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore, where she earned her MFA in 2017 and currently teaches. See more of Noa’s work here.
Genevieve Leavold is a British abstract artist known for her freeform, organic paintings. Embracing ancient Eastern philosophies celebrating the beauty of play, Genevieve translates these principles into sweeping gesturalism and organic movement. She has shown her works at The Other Art Fair Chicago and London and numerous galleries nationally and internationally—most recently, she had a solo show at Fitzrovia Gallery, London. See more of Genevieve’s works here.
Inspired by the unpredictability of life and nature, self-taught painter Nina Enger visualizes transformation in light-filled abstract landscapes. Resembling clouds in perpetual motion, Nina allows color to blend and movement to materialize through quick brushstrokes. The Norwegian artist has exhibited nationally, as well as in Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, France, and Monaco. See more of Nina’s works here.
Francesco D’Adamo pulls from Abstract Expressionism and Italian informalism to craft lyrical abstractions. He often employs strong palettes and heavy mark-making, allowing color and shape to find a natural rhythm that carries a viewer through the composition. The Italian artist’s extensive exhibition history includes numerous solo shows and art fairs across Europe and Asia. See more of Francesco’s works here.
South African artist Brandon Borgelt worked on wildlife reserves for 20 years before teaching himself bronze sculpting in 2000. His subjects include the nude form and African wildlife. In addition to his works being held in private collections worldwide, Brandon has shown his sculptures in Johannesburg and Durban. See more of Brandon’s works here.
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