Her parallel universe: the art of Jenny Brown

Jenny Brown’s work caught my eye one day and I was drawn into her web of exquisitely imagined, starry, otherworldly universes of flowers, organisms and animal like creatures she creates through her art. Reminding me of biology and astronomy both, her work fancifully weaves together the atoms of our existence into something beautiful and thoughtContinue reading “Her parallel universe: the art of Jenny Brown”

Remaining an artist: the art of Alexandra Suvorova

Alexandra’s work is deep and compelling, both technically stunning and also intellectually stimulating. I was drawn to her “Forbidden Garden” series of paintings, which are beautifully rendered still life oil works of gorgeous flowers and insects, with the centerpeices being human organs such as the brain, lungs, etc. It was interesting and a unique wayContinue reading “Remaining an artist: the art of Alexandra Suvorova”

History is cyclical: an interview with artist Ben Ashton

The stunning work of Ben Ashton is not soon forgotten. I remember when I first saw one of Ben’s paintings in person. Alluring and seductive in its historical detail, value, and subject matter of a beautiful portrait, it was also disturbing, as the paint on the portrait had been smeared smoothly up and to theContinue reading “History is cyclical: an interview with artist Ben Ashton”

Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice Curated by Jessica Libor Show dates: 10 pop-up exhibitions between November 15th–January 31 Fire and Ice: winter colors are full of contrast: magical icy landscapes and glittering blue crystals, and the warmth of flickering fires and comforts of the holidays. Artists participating include: Lauren Sansaricq, Lucas Bononi, Carrie Barcomb, Irene Nunn, DimelzaContinue reading “Fire and Ice”

Autonomy through Art: an interview with artist Mathieu Nozieres

Mathieu Nozieres’ work brings to mind gothic French novels, historical illustrations yet with a bit more verve and passion, with a sense of mystery and story to each piece. We were able to catch up with Mathieu and bring you some of the workings behind the imaginings of the artist. When did you begin toContinue reading “Autonomy through Art: an interview with artist Mathieu Nozieres”

Quality speaks volumes: an interview with Joshua Rose, editor of American Art Collector

If you walk into any Barnes and Noble, you’ll see stacks of American Art Collector in the art publication section. For collectors and artists alike, American Art Collector is one of the gold standards of media, especially within the contemporary realism realm. At Era Contemporary, it was thrilling to see an artist that we alsoContinue reading “Quality speaks volumes: an interview with Joshua Rose, editor of American Art Collector”

The Art of Performance

To see a catalog for the art included in “The Art of Performance,” click here: The Art of Performance Catalog “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players; they have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts…” —As You Like It, Act II,Continue reading “The Art of Performance”

February 2018–Small Beauties

It’s the little things in life that matter the most sometimes…and in this case, the little art! Guests and artists joined us in either location in Philadelphia or New York for a show that celebrated the small and the beautiful. Jewel-like masterpieces made in traditional media were curated into a beautiful selection of work byContinue reading “February 2018–Small Beauties”

Once Upon a Dream

“Once Upon a Dream” exhibition was held on November 10, 2017 at The Mill Artist Studios at 123 Leverington Avenue in Philadelphia, PA from 6 to 9pm.  This show was a celebration of legends, fairy tales, and imaginative folklore. Featuring Artists: Madeline Weibel Lee Manis Jed Williams Justin Brooks Emily Rodgers Antonietta Kies Catarina ManteroContinue reading “Once Upon a Dream”