Early 20th Century NYC in the Snow from Impressionist Painter Guy C. Wiggins

Guy Carleton Wiggins was an early 20th century impressionist painter and native Brooklynite. Many of his most famous paintings depict New York city in winter. I’ve loved his work since childhood I think, because of its familiarity. Guy Wiggins was a New Yorker who painted New York. As a child, being … Read MoreEarly 20th Century NYC in the Snow from Impressionist Painter Guy C. Wiggins

Cheeky Sketches of Butts from Lauren Rinaldi

Philadelphia-based WallBreaker Lauren Rinaldi is quite the artist. Like most fine artists, many of her paintings begin with sketches. In this Instagram age, Lauren actually obsesses over everyone else’s obsession with the female figure. This series of sketches, entitled Cheeky Sketches, contains several layers of puns. She’s literally sketching … Read MoreCheeky Sketches of Butts from Lauren Rinaldi

“Couldn’t Handle the Pressure” & Other Gouache & Ink on Paper Paintings from Ric Stultz

I love the colors, brushstrokes, and forms that Ric Stultz creates with these clever, gouache & ink on paper paintings. I get a good sense of the many gears churning within Ric’s head from these works. With titles like “Couldn’t Handle The Pressure,” (which I’ve selected … Read More“Couldn’t Handle the Pressure” & Other Gouache & Ink on Paper Paintings from Ric Stultz