Amex OPEN asked 11 mural and street artists to create public art in hopes of encouraging people to shop small businesses.
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New York based artist Zin Helena Song uses wood and canvas to create three-dimensional paintings where color defines space.
Grief and hope inspire Seth Remsynder's vibrant, layered paintings.
After long experimentation, Raw-Edges figured out a way to permanently dye wood through all its sections.
An exhibition showcasing custom-painted Modernica fiberglass shell chairs to benefit The Art of Elysium.
Artist Jane Denton uses soft wool to create hard shapes full of energy and color.
Artist Sarah Symes makes abstract paintings using fabric and a sewing machine instead of paint.
Fragile art made using the smoke from birthday candles.
One of our current favorite emerging contemporary abstract painters is Heather Day.
Grant Wiggins creates colorful, dynamic art inspired by graphical elements in everyday life.
A debut exhibition by Carl Cashman that comes alive in the dark.
Intricate maze-like paintings that baffle our brains and eyeballs.
Abstract graffiti-like paintings that feature organic shapes that overlap previously painted orbs.
New work from Michelle Armas explores space and color with enviable freedom.
Pablo Griss creates poetic atmospheres through abstract, geometric shapes and lines.