Owen D. Pomery’s professional and educational background is in architecture, ANALOGUE VISION is the union of this and his passion for field sketching. Working predominately in pen and ink, he collaborates with clients to create bespoke, atmospheric visions to suite any brief.
Opening on Saturday, August 5th, 2016 at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, California is the excellent looking solo by Jana Brike, “Superabundance of Ordinary Being.”
In Superabundance, the artist is in her stride, working with a deft hand, she weaves a soft and supple, hyper-visual narrative. Her dream-like subjects are wrapped within the forest’s lurid color and pattern, where certain revelations are both discovered and feared. The works explore the overwhelming range of emotions, from the innocent to the ecstatic, sorrow to joy, and peak at the place where sensationally charged beauty meets a dangerous and wild nature.
The show will be on display until September 10th, 2016.
Although American artist Hebru Brantley paints mainly children, his art has the weight of what is happening in culture and society behind it. He creates streetart, paintings, and sculptures and imbues all of them with the swirling sense of urgency that things are happening - and indeed his art is happening. See more of his work on Instagram and Facebook and follow him on Tumblr.