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Justin Favela’s Massive Piñata Sculptures, Installations

Justin Favela’s large-scale projects are inspired by the texture, vibrancy, and cultural context of the piñata, whether adorning massive buildings or creating life-sized car sculptures. The Las Vegas-bred artist critiques stereotypes by assessing their absurdities and then exaggerating them, as described by the Denver Art Museum. His major work there, Fridalanida, took an immerse approach. More...


Arch Enemy Arts Group Show Celebrates Collage

John Vochatzer A group show running at Arch Enemy Arts highlights artists either inspired by or directly working in collage. Running until Aug. 25, Mélange brings a diverse array of creators to the Philadelphia space. The show features Alex Eckman-Lawn, Angela Rio, David Krovblit, Dewey Saunders, Eduardo Recife, Jake Messing, John Vochatzer, Moon_Patrol, Pierre Schmidt, Vahge, and Visual Stones.More...


The Miniatures of Leah Yao

Leah Yao’s talents in crafting miniatures have taken both bright and bleak forms, with the recent “Mini Memento Mori” representing the latter. More often than not, the artists Instagram bio aptly describes her output: I make clay food. The RISD students above piece impresses in the details that add both humor and intrigue to the work.More...


Drawings, Paintings of Allen Williams Shown in ‘Covenant’ at Copro Gallery

Whether rendered in graphite or oils, the shadowed subjects of Allen Williams thrill in both whats being shown and what’s being obscured. In a new show at Copro Gallery, titled Covenant, a massive amount of work from Williams is displayed. This is the artists first solo show with the gallery.More...


Interactive, Disturbing Sculptures of Mireia Donat Melús

The disturbing, seemingly organic forms created by Mireia Donat Melús take on an interactive edge with works like “Trou,” an installation that invites the viewer’s hand into the work and shows its exploration using an interior camera. His sculptures, made from nylon and empty silicone fiber, appear to be both human-grown and alien in nature.More...


Adrian Cox, Kindra Nikole, and Michael Campbell Featured in Modern Eden’s ‘Origin’

Adrian Cox A new group show at Modern Eden Gallery offers three varying approaches to magical realism, with artists Adrian Cox, Kindra Nikole, and Michael Campbell. Cox was recently featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 47, and Campbell is part of the upcoming “The Art of the Mushroom” group show (Oct. 20-Dec. 9) at The Compound Gallery, presented by Hi-Fructose. “Origin” kicks off at Modern Eden on Aug. 18.More...


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Justin Favela’s Massive Piñata Sculptures, Installations

Justin Favela’s large-scale projects are inspired by the texture, vibrancy, and cultural context of the piñata, whether adorning massive buildings or creating life-sized car sculptures. The Las Vegas-bred artist critiques stereotypes by assessing their absurdities and then exaggerating them, as described by the Denver Art Museum. His major work there, Fridalanida, took an immerse approach. More...


Arch Enemy Arts Group Show Celebrates Collage

John Vochatzer A group show running at Arch Enemy Arts highlights artists either inspired by or directly working in collage. Running until Aug. 25, Mélange brings a diverse array of creators to the Philadelphia space. The show features Alex Eckman-Lawn, Angela Rio, David Krovblit, Dewey Saunders, Eduardo Recife, Jake Messing, John Vochatzer, Moon_Patrol, Pierre Schmidt, Vahge, and Visual Stones.More...


The Miniatures of Leah Yao

Leah Yao’s talents in crafting miniatures have taken both bright and bleak forms, with the recent “Mini Memento Mori” representing the latter. More often than not, the artists Instagram bio aptly describes her output: I make clay food. The RISD students above piece impresses in the details that add both humor and intrigue to the work.More...


Drawings, Paintings of Allen Williams Shown in ‘Covenant’ at Copro Gallery

Whether rendered in graphite or oils, the shadowed subjects of Allen Williams thrill in both whats being shown and what’s being obscured. In a new show at Copro Gallery, titled Covenant, a massive amount of work from Williams is displayed. This is the artists first solo show with the gallery.More...


Interactive, Disturbing Sculptures of Mireia Donat Melús

The disturbing, seemingly organic forms created by Mireia Donat Melús take on an interactive edge with works like “Trou,” an installation that invites the viewer’s hand into the work and shows its exploration using an interior camera. His sculptures, made from nylon and empty silicone fiber, appear to be both human-grown and alien in nature.More...


Adrian Cox, Kindra Nikole, and Michael Campbell Featured in Modern Eden’s ‘Origin’

Adrian Cox A new group show at Modern Eden Gallery offers three varying approaches to magical realism, with artists Adrian Cox, Kindra Nikole, and Michael Campbell. Cox was recently featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 47, and Campbell is part of the upcoming “The Art of the Mushroom” group show (Oct. 20-Dec. 9) at The Compound Gallery, presented by Hi-Fructose. “Origin” kicks off at Modern Eden on Aug. 18.More...


Crayola Artista II Liquid Washable Tempera, White, Quart (32 oz) - 00020-1007 - Painting sku

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