Jessica Brilli (b. Bayshore, NY 1977) has been drawing and painting since her childhood. Working in a style that encompasses American realism and 20th-century graphic design aesthetics, Brilli’s paintings reveal the beauty in everyday scenes and objects.
Statistically, white people and black people are just as likely to consume drugs and marijuana. Yet the large majority of men in federal prisons are black men who are there for non-violent drug offenses. Racial profiling needs to stop. This system destroys lives and families and unnecessarily wastes billions of tax dollars.
Cogan is best-known and most
prolific as a painter of America’s urban environment, focusing on
lesser-depicted areas rather than landmarks. His style is realist, but
with very limited brushstrokes, which seperates it considerably in
technique from contemporary academic realism - though the accuracy of
lighting means that from middle-distance his images have a photographic
Govedare aka Philip Bainbridge Govedare (American, b. 1954, Yuba City, CA, based Seattle, WA, USA) - 1: Project #2, 2010 2:
Project #5, 2015 3: Project #4, 2015 4:
Excavation #6, 2010 Paintings: Oil on Canvas