Deborah Oropallo

19 03 2015

Double exposures. Makes for some very interesting work. Adding something unique to a visual experience.





David V Palumbo

19 03 2015

I’ve always held a fascination with narrative images.  Discovering and interpreting stories and information through pictures is a way to bypass the constraints of language and communicate on a more direct level.  An idea expressed as an image becomes adaptable to every person. 

 





this is not a banana eating contest…

19 03 2015

this is not a banana eating contestby David Halliday





Maya Kulenovic

19 03 2015

Odd how some artists command you. To read into their work. Either by their own history. Or by the mysterious melancholy that hangs over their work. In Maya Kulenovic, each face has a story. And not a pleasant one. These are the haunted faces of the 20th century ghettos.





Deborah Poynton

19 03 2015

Deborah Poynton was born in Durban, South Africa. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design before returning to South Africa to paint. Her subject matter in the latest show is a series of large canvases that feature larger-than-life portraits of nude and clothed figures. There are elements of still life throughout her paintings as well. The images bring the emotional state of the human condition into the viewer’s face with the sometimes-severe nature of facial expressions and the quite vividly alive, and large eyes making contact with the audience.

It would be difficult to ignore this artist, both the size of her work and her subject matter. And its beauty.