Maya Hayuk

Maya Hayuk is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY, who's paintings grab our attention with vibrant colours and graphic brushstrokes. The work in her "Remain in Light" series do not shy away from the materiality of paint, allowing the lines to wobble and drip as each pattern is built up brushstroke by brushstroke. This free-hand nature contrasts with their systematic and symmetric final result. However, their soft-yet-structured quality gives Hayuk's paintings strong ties to the traditions of tapestry weaving and quilt making. The more each work is studied, the more intricate it is revealed to be. Maya Hayuk's work has a density that is achieved by both their patterns and their build

Greg Bogin

American painter Greg Bogin creates bright, bold and clean paintings that are fun, carefree and sure to lighten the emotional load of their viewers. Bogin's colour palette is small and selective, focusing on vibrant, peppy hues and controlled colour transitions. His analogous selections follow the curves that have been cut into the canvas and emphasize the calculated undulations. Their simplicity, colour, and shape, bring to mind childhood toys, such as wooden puzzles and plastic stacking rings. In an interview with Ridley Howard, Bogin explains, "my work[s] are about joy, optimism and happiness... sort of a refuge from darkness." This joy is apparent in Greg Bogin's title choices, such as "

Alesandro Ljubicic

Bosnian artist Alesandro Ljubicic creates stunning sculptural paintings influenced by nature and oozing with oil paint! Ljubicic's paintings are gestural explorations that blur the line between floral arrangements and abstract colour studies. The quick gestures used to create these works reveal multiple layers of paint that often resemble rainbows or icing on a cake. The vast amount of paint he uses is impressively luxurious, and makes Ljubicic's paintings so attractive! The core element of Ljubicic's work is pushing the materiality of oil paint, which often results in such a height that they create their own shadow; a unique feat that many painters try to emulate on the surface of the canva