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Christian Nguyen, Little Wing, acrylic on paper, Frame 20 x 16 in, 2021
Christian Nguyen, Agravian, Farrow and Ball emulsion on panel, 14 x 11 in, 2017
Wall Sculpture #1,
plaster, paint, and wood, 16 1/2 x 10 1/2 in, 2021
Peckham, gouache on pape, 9 x 12 in, 2020
Ken Rush, Corner, oil on canvas, 6 x 6 in, 2021
Jung Eun Park, Dear Green, Pencil, watercolor on coffee dyed Korean paper,
14 1/2 × 14 in, 2019
Christian Nguyen, Drifter, acrylic on cardboard, Frame 20 x 16 in, 2021
Christian Nguyen, Ywain, Farrow and Ball emulsion on panel, 14 x 11 in, 2017
Wall Sculpture #2, Styrofoam,
plaster, paint, and wood, 10 1/2 x 13 1/2 in, 2021
Ken Rush, Board, oil on canvas, 6 x 6 in, 2021
Jung Eun Park, Grass is growing in my bathtub, Pencil, watercolor on coffee dyed Korean paper, 10 1/2 × 9 in, 2013
Christian Nguyen, Far Sight, acrylic on cardboard, Frame 20 x 16 in, 2021
Christian Nguyen, Mordred, Farrow and Ball emulsion on panel, 24 x 20 in, 2017
Wall Sculpture #3, Styrofoam,
plaster, paint, and wood, 10 x 16 in, 2021
Ken Rush, Curve, oil on canvas, 6 x 6 in, 2021
Jaime Patino-Calvo, Fainted Memory #7, acrylic on canvas, 28 x 38 in, 2021
Christian Nguyen, Find a Better Way, acrylic on cardboard, Frame 24 x 30 in, 2021
Christian Nguyen, Pellinore, Farrow and Ball emulsion on panel, 24 x 20 in, 2017
Wall Sculpture #3, Styrofoam,
plaster, paint, and wood, 11 1/2 x 10 3/4 in, 2021
Ken Rush, Chance, oil on canvas,
6 x 6 in, 2021
Jim Osman was born in New York City. He received his BA & MFA from Queens College (CUNY) in Flushing, NY where he studied with Tom Doyle, Mary Miss and Lawrence fane. He has had solo exhibitions at Lesley Heller Workspace, Long Island University’s Kumbal Gallery and Dartmouth College. His work has been included in group shows at the Brooklyn Museum, Transmitter Gallery and University of Texas at San Antonio. Osman’s public sculptures have been shown at PULSE Miami, FL; Art Hamptons, NY; Sculpture Mile in Madison, Conn. He has received grants from the Brooklyn Arts Council, Parsons School of Design and a NYFA Artist Fellowship in Craft/Sculpture in 2017.
Mr. Osman teaches courses in three-dimensional design, sculpture and public art at Parsons School of Design. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Christian Nguyen was born in Saigon, Vietnam, 1968 and soon after immigrated toNew York City. The recurring themes that are layered into his work are - the history of civilization particularly of ancient cultures, mythology, architecture and music.These are topics that he continues to explore and research because of his interest inthe origins of how we make art. His work explores these origins through abstractartworks, pairing the optical language to its essential color and form. Within thisabstract context, the viewer is allowed to bring their reflections and thoughts intothe experience of looking at the work.
Christian received the Masters of Fine Arts at The Graduate Program, HunterCollege in 2000 and his Bachelors in Fine Arts from The Cooper Union School of Artin 1990.
Mr. Nguyen has participated in the Maria Walsh Sharpe Space Program (2004) as wellas the World Views Residency Program (2000) at the World Trade Center. He hasreceived the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (2004) and the Emerging ArtistsFellowship Grant (2004) from Socrates Sculpture Park. He is currently working onpaintings, and informing his work with inspirations from traveling, architecture andhistory. He teaches First Year at Parsons, the NewSchool of Design and Foundationat Pratt University.
Ken Rush (b. 1948) balances his time between Brooklyn and Vermont. He graduated from the Taft School and the Syracuse University School of Fine Arts, where he was the recipient of the senior award in painting. He also studied at the Sir John Cass College of Art in London, England, and at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine.
Colombia-born artist and designer Jaime Patino-Calvo works and lives in Brooklyn. His work obsessively depicts the human emotional state of mind. Jaime paints improvisationally and spontaneously without an act of direction. Often balancing between figurative and non-figurative drawings, sometimes inspired by biology and cosmology. His subjects take on cultural aspects that are both tangible and familiar. A narrative that evokes ancestral past, present and future.
Asa is a Japanese/Dutch illustrator working and living in South London. She is a 2014 illustration (BA Hons) graduate from Kingston University, London. Her work mostly focusses on the female form, sexual empowerment and exploration of colour. Selected clients: The Guardian, International New York Times, Wired UK, Time Out New York, Refinery 29, Icon, Stylist and Red.
Jung Eun Park
Jung Eun Park is a New York-based artist working in drawing and sculpture. He primary materials are graphite pencil, embroidery thread, and watercolor on coffee dyed Korean paper. Park investigates a meaning of home by observing a relationshi with people, objects, and environments. Park captures imagery of her intimate life, which implying her psychological narratives, and records the moment with simple line and shape on her drawing. Simplified and symbolized objects, such as a house, plants, bricks, or pots are altered conceptually in her drawing to speak a universal language of a human being living in a new environment.
Jung Eun Park was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea where she received her B.F.A degree in Painting at KookMin University. She moved to New York in 2005 for her M.F.A degree in Painting at Pratt Institute. She has received artist grant and studio space fro the Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been widely exhibited in the United State Europe, and Asia. Park is currently an artist in residence of Chashama Visual Arts Program in Brooklyn, NY
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