Nitsche's paintings feature sparse, impersonal interiors and inscrutable faces. His landscapes lack detail, allowing for open interpretation of their meaning.
Margaux Meyer, an emerging artist, uses the human gut as a symbol of truth, emotion, and audacity in her work. Her raw paintings vividly capture the gut's intricate role in emotion and intuition
Portia Zvavahera's paintings, born in 1985, express deep emotions beyond everyday life, vividly depicting fundamental human experiences such as life, death, pain, pleasure, isolation, connection, love, and loss.
David Abbott brings his own unique perspective to landscape painting. Born in 1981, Abbott hails from the city of Bristol, UK, where he continues to live and capture his delicate landscapes that explore concepts of memory, history, loss and home.