Kirra Jamison – Abstract Paintings

Abstract paintings by Kirra Jamison

Kirra Jamison cultivates ideas. Initial kernels of intuition germinate into lines, forms and patterns that branch and weave and interlay the picture plane with snatches of narrative. Floating amongst the fragments of decorative motif and patterning, vignettes of everyday experience emerge and inveigle the viewer with abundant possibilities of meaning. Harmonious or chaotic, repeated or disrupted, Jamison’s use of patterns and images dismantles cultural boundaries, blurring the divide between high and low art, the East and the West, the past and the present. She exhibits regularly in solo and group exhibitions, and her work is represented in private and corporate collections, including Artbank, KPMG, Microsoft and the Mater Hospital.

Kirra Jamison’s Website

Louise Zhang – Selected Paintings & Artworks

Louise Zhang

Louise Zhang is a Chinese-Australian artist based in Sydney, Australia. Spanning painting, sculpture and installation, her work negates the space between the attractive and repulsive. With an interest in horror cinema, particularly body horror, Zhang investigates the idea of the visceral as medium, method and symbol in negotiating horror as art form.

Louise Zhang’s Website
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Sara Andreasson – Fade

Sara Andreasson

Fantastic work from Swedish illustrator Sara Andreasson. She is also Editor of BBY mag, a digital and printed publication that focuses on the female perspective in text, photography, illustration and art. Don’t forget to check out her website for more brilliant artworks.

Sara Andreasson’s Website

Erik Olson – New Portraits

Erik Olson

Erik Olson paints portraits of his friends. He uses a loaded brush and applies saturated color, creating fractal like shifting planes, building a discontinuity of space and structure. In the process, the likeness and psychology of the sitter remains inexplicably unharmed. The surfaces are composed of thinly applied fields of color and thick loaded-up brushstrokes. The elements of the surfaces seem to be moving in multiple directions simultaneously. It is as if they are spinning through space being formed tectonically by their own gravitational pull while opposing rotational forces are ripping them apart.

Erik Olson’s Website