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Chen Dao Lee paints fiery-haired vixens performing strange and devious acts. See more on Hi-Fructose.

Chen Dao Lee paints fiery-haired vixens performing strange and devious acts. See more on Hi-Fructose.

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Disturbed by the recent political events in their native Ukraine, artist duo Interesni Kazki created a new body of work for their current solo show “Inter Arma Silent Musae” to process the complexities of the current situation. See more on Hi-Fructose.

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Miriam Escofet paints detailed scenes of mysterious worlds almost devoid of human inhabitants. See more on Hi-Fructose

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Curated by Morpheus Gallery, which carved a niche for itself as a publishing house that showcased the late H.R. Geiger in the 1980s, the “Morpheus” group show currently on view at Copro Gallery focuses on dark surrealism. See more on Hi-Fructose. (Image: Geoffrey Gersten)

Curated by Morpheus Gallery, which carved a niche for itself as a publishing house that showcased the late H.R. Geiger in the 1980s, the “Morpheus” group show currently on view at Copro Gallery focuses on dark surrealism. See more on Hi-Fructose. (Image: Geoffrey Gersten)

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Joshua Suda’s hyperrealist oil paintings quite literally break the fourth wall. See more on Hi-Fructose. 

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Alvaro Tapia creates dynamic portraits that exaggerate human emotions. See more on Hi-Fructose

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Susannah Martin’s paintings of modern humans in the wild point at our collective disconnect from nature. See more on Hi-Fructose.

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When astronauts went to the moon in 1968 with the dream of discovering new worlds, something unexpected happened. They looked back, and for the first time, gazed upon the Earth.  These otherworldly paintings by Slovakian painter Patricia Koysova capture the same sense of wonder in simplicity and scale. Her colorful images inspired by science blow natural environments out of context and proportion to admire their raw beauty… Keep reading. 

When astronauts went to the moon in 1968 with the dream of discovering new worlds, something unexpected happened. They looked back, and for the first time, gazed upon the Earth.  These otherworldly paintings by Slovakian painter Patricia Koysova capture the same sense of wonder in simplicity and scale. Her colorful images inspired by science blow natural environments out of context and proportion to admire their raw beauty… Keep reading. 

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Ana Teresa Fernandez’s hyperrealist paintings contain messages for equality. See more on Hi-Fructose. 

Ana Teresa Fernandez’s hyperrealist paintings contain messages for equality. See more on Hi-Fructose. 

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We visited Philadelphia-based artist Nosego in his studio as he finishes up a new series of paintings for his upcoming show at Thinkspace, “Open Channels.” Nosego says that the fantastical creatures in his paintings represent the idea of inner strength. See more on Hi-Fructose.