Jasmine Wallace and Randy Shull

Shared a link to Jasmine’s IG feed with a fellow abstractionist and she hit me back with a link to this page with images of Randy’s work. Which is whose? Click through to find out!

#randyshull #jasminewallace

Sarah Crowner

A friend sent me this interesting article from Vogue. I’ve been following Sarah’s brand of reinvigorated Modernism on Instagram so it was nice to have an excuse to learn a little more about her, especially that she does ceramic work using tile in addition to work with the American Ballet Theater. Glad to see talent having a deserved cultural moment.

#sarahcrowner

Heather Day

Juxtapoz has an article up about Pour, a new show by Kathryn McNaughton (who I’ve followed for a while on Instagram) and Heather Day, who is new to me. The paintings are a result of a short sabitcal to focus on work in semi-solitude, which sounds fantastic, and impactful, since the main focus of her work is her synesthesia.

#heatherday

Fran O’Neill

I first encountered Fran’s work while Tumblr’ing, please check out her online gallery. I find these to be almost narrative- they impact me kind of like Lichtenstein’s brushstrokes which I always saw as comic book hero versions of brushstrokes being… well. Anyway, they all seem to tell a sort of story.

#franoneill