Jason Young: New Works

Jason Young, the New York-based artist who makes "high-tech minimal 'trompe-l’oeuil'" paintings, has a show opening this Thursday, 15 March 2007, at NYC's Cristinerose gallery. The exhibition features recent works that layer resin and other materials over honeycomb alloy, a material used in the construction of airplanes, for an effect that adds surprising dimension. (To see his intensive process, watch this recent CH video.) Coupled …

Miranda Donovan

British artist Miranda Donovan apparently finds herself at a dead end on a daily basis. In this case it's not a lack of inspiration but rather a source of it, leading her to an interesting interpretation of landscape painting. Expanses of brick wall cover her canvases almost like the enormous skies of Dutch landscape paintings, with graffiti hovering like heavy clouds. The small detailed landscapes …

Jane McKay

Australian artist Jane McKay creates swirling artworks that convey a sense of unrest and visual chaos as the colours clash in magnificently elaborate patterns. Her paintings are "abstractions of the landscape in which the land is portrayed as place and life essence…responses to the vast open spaces of the natural environment which reveal existential themes. The distant horizon line conveys the great expanse of the …