Brian Cirmo: Gray Matters

Lynn Stern: Toward the Invisible

Marlon Portales: The Voyeur

Electric Coffin. Ursa Major Arctic Blast. 2019. Acrylic, Dichroic film, Acrylic Paint. 32 x 48 x 1 inches.

On The Edge Of The Wilds

Lien Truong: In The Shadow of a Vessel

Diana Copperwhite Vienna Shadow Lr

Diana Copperwhite: The Clock Struck Between Time

SKP 109, Untitled (2019), Watercolor on paper, 42" x 42"

Sky Kim: Each One All

Jose Vincench : The Burden of Words

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John Parks: “Putti”

Arghavan Kosravi 1 Web

Lifeline as Medium: Recent Works by Arghavan Khosravi and Cecilia Charlton

Geographical Mind 2018 Web

Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas: Geographical Mind in the Architecture of Landscape

Wcw 2018

DANNY ROLPH: “WCW”

Per Adolfsen: The Ribbons That Tie Us

Ten Years After

Gustavo Acosta: “Inventory of Omissions”

LAST PICTURE SHOW

Piers Secunda: ISIS Bullet Holes Paintings

The Weight of Words: Golden Irony

Winter Salon

Depend on the Morning Sun

Susana Guerrero: Anatomy of a Myth

Bernard Ammerer “Interface”

Puzzled

The Weight of Words

Winter Salon

RECOLLECTION

Broken Verse

Tomorrow-land

IN NEW YORK

EN VOZ ALTA (ALOUD)

Life Signs

Shadowland

Twisted Figures

Imaginary Places

New paintings after the long Winter

meet me in the trees

Paintings and Sculpture

Zero Gravity

Loose Ends

Between Villages

Now(here)

Fusion

Fusion

Paint and Memory

The Waste Land

NEUE WILDEN WORKS from the 80s

Oil on canvas, 38x65 inches

ENDLESS SUMMER

IAN HUGHES

Kristina Girke

Spring – Group Show

The Other Side

The Shadows Of The Fire In My Mind

Channels

Anna Borowy, Tanja Selzer

Going Places

PEARLESCENT

In The Name Of

Evanescent Dreams

New Works

Guenter Knop "1920"

Recent Works

Wom’d

Intuitive Forms

Some (are) Painting

Turning the corner

Royal Romp

Inside Out

Diary

The world is floating

Eyewall

Chris Twomey

Paper in the Wind

Human Condition

Great Americans

Olivier Mosset

Monochrome Utopia

Ripped and Torn

Barachois

Boundless

Truth or Consequences

Askevold, Hutchinson

True to form