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Ford Crull
Tijunca II, 2006

Ford Crull is an American neo-symbolist abstract artist. Crull, born in Boston, moved to Seattle and from there to Los Angeles in 1976 to embark on his professional career. While still an art student at the University of Washington, Ford began to appear on the honor rolls of local arts festivals, receiving awards; chief among them being the youngest artist ever to be invited to exhibit at the Northwest Art Annual.

In 1983, Crull relocated to New York City, becoming a seminal figure in the East...

Tijunca II
Hunter Biden
Hockney, ㅤ

A lawyer by profession, Hunter Biden now devotes his energies to the creative arts, bringing innumerable experiences to bear. The results are powerful and impactful paintings ranging from photogenic to mixed media to the abstract. His chosen substrates are canvas, YUPO paper, wood, and metal on which he affixes oil, acrylic, ink along with the written word; all of which creates a unique experience that has become his signature. 

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Ann Strassman
Copley Square VIII, ‎‎

Ann Strassman is an American figurative painter working in Boston. Antiques and the Arts Weekly vividly describes her style: “Ann Strassman’s expressive realism… evolves from an unforgiving eye which she has developed through experience.  Through the use of exaggerated brushwork and dramatic tones she creates psychological tension.  The vocabulary may well be German Expressionism and London school, but the vision is all her own.” 

Such compelling thought exercises led Strassman to The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where she developed the...

Copley Square VIII
Tom Lieber
Blue Inversion, ‎

Tom Lieber (b. 1949 | American) is best known for his abstract paintings, which explore spatial diversity, the artist's relationship with paint and energy, and the relationships between colors.

Tom Lieber’s recognizable, calligraphic mark-making continues to be a focus in his paintings. The grace and shape of his bold lines...

Blue Inversion
The Estate of Rasim Babayev
Refugees, ‎‎

Rasim Babayev (Azerbaijani, b.1927-2007) was an iconic figure in the context of post-Soviet art and a pioneer in the Azerbaijani Avant-Garde movement. Although predominantly focusing on painting, Babayev expressed his vision in different media as sculptor, on monumental murals and mosaic panels, on painted ceramics, as well as working with papier-mâché. Using the language of metaphor to create symbolism – reality knotted with fiction – Div or Daeva (a false God in Ancient Persia) was born to be his muse, for which a large portion of his works depict. As a fictional creature...

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