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The Colored Pencil Futurescapes of William A. Hall

William A. Hall was homeless for 18 years before his intricate colored pencil drawings of vehicles and futurescapes were discovered and brought to the public. During the past few years, his work has been displayed by Henry Boxer Gallery and brought to museum collections specializing in folk and outsider art.More...


Oleg Dou’s Stirring Photo Manipulations

Oleg Dou’s photo manipulations subvert the elegance of classical still-life or mutate the subjects of his quiet portraits. The award-winning artist, hailing from Russia, has shown these creations in shows across the globe. Recent work takes the everyday table settings of the Renaissance and stirs sexualized conversations. More...


Mark Dean Veca Offers Decade of Work in New Show

In an upcoming solo show at Jason Vass Gallery, Mark Dean Veca offers works crafted during the past nine years. The Troubled Teens (Work of a Decade),” running Jan. 26 through March 9, features acrylic works like Back Off, crafting Yosemite Sam in Veca fashion. All of the paintings bring Veca’s stylized pattern-making and textures to reconstruct pop cultural and political symbols. Veca was last mentioned on HiFructose.com here.More...


Akishi Ueda’s Surreal, Fantastical Sculptures

Akishi Ueda’s surreal sculptures meld creatures and structures in unexpected ways. The artist pulls from both fantasy and science in building his clay creations. And around each corner of the piece comes a surprising bit of life, tucked inside the contours of his strange animals.More...


Andrey Remnev’s Stirring, Elegant Paintings

Russian painter Andrey Remnev pulls from both centuries-old approaches and current, graphical influences. Yet, the artist says, the material he uses are decidedly classical in nature: “As painters of the past, I use natural pigments bound with egg yolk.” Remnev was last featured on HiFructose.com here.More...


The Recent Paintings of Marc Burckhardt

In Marc Burckhardt’s paintings, the artist’s work tethers classical influences to contemporary comic and pop art. In a recent show at Paul Roosen Contemporary, “Fault Lines, his newer mythological explorations are shown. Burckhardt was last mentioned on HiFructose.com here.More...


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