A friend turned me on to Su’s IG recently. Read more about her work.
Not hard to see why Juxtapoz wanted to cover Felipe’s newest.
A friend of mine picked up some Peter’s work recently.
I’ve followed Paul on IG and see he is in Chrysalistasis with Amy.
Seeing the cover of the new Alice Trumbull Mason monograph inspired me to reflect on some of my favs.
Below is an older drawing from Robert- I encourage you to also check out his To Be Determined series.
Artsy notes 5 worth following if you like KAWS. I’ve blogged about Maya (and of course KAWS) before, glad to encounter Eric as well.
#joeoverstreet is a hashtag worth following on IG
has a nice piece in the #northcarolinaartistsexhibition at #CAMRaleigh. Clearly not all of her work is non-representational- I appreciate the way her work that is leverages an aesthetic borrowed from graphic design to create an intense relationship with viewers.
A friend turned me on to Iris’s IG feed when she was using cubes more as a motif (which I get a lot, big surprise). Have enjoyed watching the trajectory of her iconography- her newer work, also a great direction￼, is first below.
In addition to being a local fixture as the head of graduate studies at UNCCH, Lien has also been a Joan Mitchell Foundation recipient (and like Brett and Ashlynn and several others I’ve blogged about, is in Front Burner).
If, like me, you regularly drive down #Raleigh Boulevard, you’ve seen Kenneth’s work. You should follow his IG feed, looks like some new things are happening…
After blogging about Victor, my thoughts strayed to Richard, who had a lot of influence over me during a specific period of time (the first one is Richard, the second one is mine from ~2000).