8 Under 28
Erin Dunn subverts Gen-X slacker art in her monumental doodles that border on the majestic.
Sarah Elise pulls photography back into the physical with hands-on, non-digital polaroid transfers depicting a contemporary, yet timeless cool Americana.
Asad Faulwell pastiches together remnants of opposing cultures to create new dialogues beyond the conventional permutations of good/bad, right/wrong that pass for political and aesthetic discourse these days.
Omar Gallegos has mastered a timeless realism that is equal parts visits to cathedrals and circuses.
Stephanie Mercado populates an eerie Beardsley-esque backdrop with characters as surreal as they are exquisitely illustrated.
Ian E. Pines paints bold abstractions that are defiantly anti-iconic yet paradoxically effuse an optimism for art.
Arturo Ernesto Romo-Santillano is a sophisticated provocateur whose art critiques the nature of critical inquiry itself with a dry, unnerving humor.
Lorrie Waldie creates environments and installations that balance the ephemeral (fleeting) with the evocative (collectible).