Brooklyn-based artist, Amelia Bauer, collaborated with floral artist Elizabeth Parks Kibbey for her Book of Shadows series, which depicts plant ingredients used for spells in early American witchcraft. This particular print is a mix of plants used for a spell to conjure ghosts. Snag this spooky print on ExhibitionA.com now!
These collage pieces by artist Matthew Cusick are particulary peaking our interest here! Cusick intracately uses pieces of maps (cutting each piece precisely along every contour and borderline to maintain each part of the map's intended boundaries) to create these stunning works of art. What's more exciting is that you can get your hands on a signed limited edition of his Rachel's Wave piece now, on ExhibitionA.com. Check this piece and a few of our other favorites below!
Rachel's Wave, 2011
Blue Horse, 2011
Creating cool colorful prints? Yes please! Silkscreen action with Cynthia and company at the studio of artist (and friend), Andisheh Avini.
Too cute to NOT share! xx
Just one of the inspirations from the Spring/Summer 2014 presentation. By Rob Pruitt.
A pizza party? We're in! Visit the Marlborough Gallery's new location on the Lower East Side at 331 Broome St. for Pizza Time! featuring Exhibition A artists: Nate Lowman, Jonah Freeman, Justin Lowe, and Spencer Sweeney.
Opening Sept. 8th, this exhibition portrays pizza as the canvas in which innumberable tastes can be created and most importantly that it is a signifier of community. Pizza Time! is a collection of works exploring the unofficial emblem of New York City, by a group of artists who have previously worked with the subject of pizza.