On an unusually hot April day in Portland, I made the trek across the Broadway Bridge to the North Coast Seed Building where David Rice has been tirelessly working on a new body of work.
Henrik Uldalen's brushstrokes are both expressionistic and invisible to the eye. His palette of cold ice blues and beiges, ochres and light pinks, is a study in the aesthetics of extreme solitude and
Distinction is the true indicator of the best artists and there is no mistaking Brian Donnelly's work. The way he paints hair alone is absolutely singular and striking, though his main draw is the us of
Canadian painter Peter Ferguson's meticulously painted, darkly humorous narratives evoke early 20th century small town Americana (or Canadiana as the case may be). Combining the fantasy of
Brian Donnelly is well known for his aggressive approach to portraiture that involves defacing meticulously executed figures through the use of turpentine, hand sanitizer, and other materials.
If the name Jay Howell doesn't ring a bell, you might be more familiar with his artwork on Bob's Burgers. Jay is the original character designer for the Belcher family on the popular animated