Regan Rosburg’s “Maelstrom” at David B. Smith Gallery
Regan Rosburg‘s mixed-media artworks crystallize elements of nature, submerging what appear to be entire ecosystems in resin. Dominated by shades of off white, Rosburg’s works are filled with found objects such as wire, construction mesh and plastic bags, surprising viewers with the variety of textures and 3D details despite the quiet, even minimalist color palette. These rough materials take on a delicate appearance in Rosburg’s ornate juxtapositions filled with baroque flourishes. Rosburg has a solo show coming up on June 21 titled “Maelstrom” at David B. Smith Gallery
Sculptures by Emil Alzamora
Peruvian sculptor Emil Alzamora enjoys exaggerating and distorting the human form in the name of his beautiful and unique creations. His eye catching works serve as manifestations of the pleasure and pain of the human experience, and often display unusually exaggerated limbs and contorted flesh, in order to communicate psychic trauma.
Alana Dee Haynes – Subtle Shapes
Alana Dee Haynes is a visual and mixed-media artist from New York City. She studied Photography and Liberal Arts and finished Fashion Institute of Technology in 2012. Alana created inspiring and exquisite imagery which expose beautifully embroidered bodies and illustrated portraits. For the past six years, she has been pushing herself to experiment and find her own artistic style. She has started with her artistic passions such as collage, drawing, beading, sculpture, silk screening, and photography to create the present portfolio of mixed media creations. Alana is regularly experimenting and looking at other artists’ work to feed her own creative insight.
Vine by tia valentine
Cosmic Homebody Fox by Ryan Faherty
Gel Jamlang is a Filipin visual artist/painter living in Baltimore. She worked as an artist in the field of home design and construction in Manila, Philippines for 12 years. In 2012, she moved to Baltimore where she drew inspiration from the harbor city and used watercolor to jumpstart her creativity back to visual arts.
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