CANDY COLTS: Artist, Darren Lago’s trick of the eye.

Dinner for Two / Rachel Lee Hovnanian

Dinner for Two is the 1st post in our Art Breakdown series where we take a closer look at art and the dialogue it creates.

Amazing Coat Closet Installation “TEMPLO” by Melissa Godoy Nieto


    Melissa Godoy Nieto “TEMPLO” @SpringBreakArtShow 2013, NY

Cristina Troufa

It’s what you don’t get to see and what Portugal-based artist, Cristina Troufa forces you to focus on that makes her work so interesting.

Ashley Oubré – Visual Trickery


Ashley Oubré is a self-taught artist who creates photorealist graphite drawings that confound their viewers while exploring themes that reflect her perspective on social struggles around the world.

Alien Nation: Fidencio Martinez

Lesley Frenz of ‘The Artsy Forager’ delves into the work of Mexican-born Memphis artist Fidencio Martinez whose paintings tend to deal with feelings of social alienation, assimilation and isolation.

In Exploration of Stewart Watson


Stewart Watson is what you may call a “late bloomer.” After she got married and had a son, she finally gave a larger voice to her innate talent as an artist. Her art is 3-dimensional, combining the natural and the industrial. As you will see in the photos, her pieces are wonderfully whimsical, recalling a field of wildflowers or wild stalks of wheat.


When you first see a new picture you are very careful because you may be staring at van Gogh’s ear. — Rene Ricard


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