Top 10 New York Artists to Discover And Invest InByAmabelle Chandra
New York city is a city that thrives on creativity and is so-called the art capital of the world. Known for its diverse and celebrated art scene, the metropolis is home to world-class museums and galleries and played a defining moment in art history in February 1913 with the Association of American Painters and Sculptors art exhibition titled “The Armory Show.” The city offers an abundance of opportunities for artists to draw inspiration from its millions of residents and visitors. An exciting and bustling hub for artistic expression, New York is the host to some of history’s most renowned artists.
Discover The Artling’s selection of ten magnificent New York artists to enrich your art collection by reading below!
Her rhythmic forms and decisive brush strokes find the essence in Chinese calligraphy. Influenced by the boundless interplay of time and space found in Chinese painting, Yeachin Tsai paints with ink, acrylic, and oil in multiple variations of medium. Her artistic technique begins with establishing an intimate connection with the scale of her canvases and the internal energy they hold. Through bold and sweeping brushstrokes, the artist captivates the viewer and explores vibrant color and invigorating mark-making. Her subjects cover tangible objects, patterns, symbols, and the unseen forces of emotions and momentum that lie beneath.
Over the course of several years, photographs are able to document the impact of time on the always-changing natural landscape. Renowned world traveler Andrew Moore journeys to different countries, where the artist skillfully captures moments for his series. Through Moore’s lens, he not only captures the evolution of New York City but also unveils a hidden narrative of history and the shifts of time, urbanization, as well themes of loos and destruction, often unnoticed by the casual observer.
Diving into the realms of human nature, where love, hate, and desire finds their roots, J. (Jie) Li’s artistic expression is characterized by overlapping figuration and abstraction in her paintings. With a focus on natural changes and disasters in landscapes, the artist uses them as metaphors for human emotions. Li’s artworks are recognizable by delicate, sensitive, and sharp brushstrokes, reflecting the essence of Chinese calligraphy. Although she primarily works with watercolor, Li challenges conventional views of the medium as her paintings defy expectations, offering a less transparent, more deliberate, and nontraditional take on watercolor.
In his art, Charlie Scheips showcases a deep fascination with cubism and collage, reflected in his painting technique and style. Scheips relies solely on his vision without using reference images to create his artwork. The artist presents a body of work that is not only autobiographical but also provocative. With a passion for color and drawing, Scheips invites us into a multi-faceted world where he blends the realms of representation and unconventionality. Collectively, his works unveil an appreciation of literature, mythology, art, religion, music, and culture.
Sarah Finucane’s artworks have two distinct styles, each serving as a departure from the other. This duality allows her the freedom to explore different techniques and themes. To keep it exciting, Finucane challenges herself by alternating between the two styles, uncovering how they influence each other. Described as whimsical, eclectic, and upbeat, her mixed media paintings blend patterns with soothing neutral colors. With the transformative power of her art, Finucane;s painting can spark conversations along the way.
Reimagining his surroundings, Jeffrey Czum is a photographer who is turning the rust-belt city into his muse. Through his lens, he captures everyday objects and reconfigures them into clean collages, offering a new perspective to the unexpected. His photographs draw inspiration from pop culture references, blending elements of cinematic styles. By digitally transforming the images he captures, he produces photographs that radiate the feeling of minimalistic surrealism.
Immersed in the intricate urban landscape of her surroundings, Marilyn Henrion’s artistic expression is shown through mixed media works. Using textiles as a medium, she synthesizes and transmutes the tangible aspects of the world, mirroring the various places she has visited. In her Manhattan series, she includes architectural sites spanning different periods in history. The recurring motif of concentric circles in her works represents the fleeting imprints we leave on the landscape that remains when we are gone.
For David Arky, photography serves as a visual language with a deliberate purpose in mind Akry is interested in exploring the intersection of science and art, gaining recognition for his conceptual still-life X-ray photographs and his skill in utilizing these images. The intriguing drama of X-ray photography invites viewers to engage their imaginations and contemplate the voids that colored X-ray images seem to fill. Through the X-ray transparency process, the artist infuses deptth into his compositions.
Exploring systems in his creations, Derek Lerner skillfully controls ink on paper to create wonderfully geometric abstract drawings. As a contemporary artist, Lerner is inspired by a wide spectrum of themes, including infrastructures, identity, consumerism, sociology, and more, which serve as catalysts for his creative process. He continuously evolves the elements within the visual language to convey a duality of concepts.The artist’s work intend to express the presence of intrusive, dominating, and destructive foreign bodies while simultaneously can also be viewed as peaceful or playful.
An urban minimalist drawer, Elena Borstein, employs pastels on paper to create hyper-realistic drawings of natural landscapes and architectural scenes. Her drawings possess a subtly blurred quality, giving the impression of low- resolution photographs. However, upon closer inspection, the details are obvious, revealing the intricacies that define these works as remarkable drawings.
New York city, a city where free artistic expression is cultivated, is the place to be for any emerging artist. Come to support the local and brilliant artists residing in the city and find the complete curated collection by The Artling here!
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