Gedogan Espresso Bar (2020)
12.60" x 9.45"
Watercolor on Paper
Fernando Flores, was born in Mexico City, Architect from UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico), into his work is felt the subtle teaching from the modern and minimal trend taken from his studies. "My work is a search of harmony, I am searching that by my art work the spectator be involved into that harmony ambient, build a bridge between the piece and the spectator to go into a journey of peace or introspection. Everything has influence into my artwork, literature inspire me to create worlds that exist in there but that doesn't exist on real world however exist on my mind or on authors and other readers mind, so I am pretend to recreate them. Music also is an influence for me, classical and electronic music those symphonies that take you to places that did not exist, this paradigm change is the same that is on digital painting to me." He makes a Wide experimentation on techniques from the traditional pencil and oil to digital painting. His work delves into overlay, harmony and Science fiction themes, then subtle mixing these trends to sprout the painting of Fernando Flores. Since 2006 my principal thematic is about wine.
They are Dreaming in Color #3 (2020)
10" x 8"
Watercolor Pigments on French Paper
Sally Ko was born in Seoul, Korea in 1971. She immigrated to the United States with her family when she was two-years old. She grew up in the city and north suburbs of Chicago and now lives in Chicago. Sally attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of Art. Sally works in a variety of styles and media but is especially known for her style of pouring and manipulating paint to create the loose, yet controlled sensation of her paintings. The organic patterns and appearance of this variety of her paintings reflect not only the actual theme or content of the particular painting in which they appear but also the mental process that gives life to the work.