Stories on individual artists from New Jersey
With spirited features and royal design, Gary Mellon’s figurative wood sculptures breathe new life into a time-honored art form. While positive reception to completed works may be fruitful, he believes the greatest reward is the act of creation.
Bautista’s paintings display a kinetic fluidity, overflowing with sharp imagery and psychedelic patterns. He emphasizes the visceral nature of metaphysical space through color and form, blending abstraction and figuration into a hypnotic hybrid of genres.
Delaney Gerard Bouton may only be 18 years old, but her photography reveals a wisdom beyond her years. She takes a minimalist approach, favoring precision over embellishment. In allowing natural light and atmosphere to dictate the outcome of her photographs, she presents her subjects in their own organic brilliance.