• ARTIST

    JASON MITCHAM

    Through an interdisciplinary approach rooted in painting and stop-motion animation, Jason Mitcham’s work explores mapping, land use, layering of history and cycles of growth and decay. His work charts the complex web of social, political and environmental forces embedded in the landscape. Both his research and practice are heavily influenced by his history as a land surveyor.

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    Renzo Ortega

    Renzo Ortega is an artist based in Carrboro, North Carolina. His work embodies a range of styles and influences, from patterns design, gestural expressionism, to figuration and abstraction.

  • book

    SAVED: OBJECTS OF THE DEAD

    Saved: Objects of the Dead is a photographic and poetic exploration of the human experience of life, death, and memory. The book features over forty color photographs by NC-based artist Jody Servon paired with prose poems by CA-based poet Lorene Delany-Ullman.

  • ARTIST

    Leigh Suggs

    Suggs channels her fascination with the mystery and psychology of sight through cut paper works and large-scale installations. She obscures normal perception, manipulating her materials as if optical illusions.

  • project

    Love Over Rules

    What does it mean to let love break the rules we have in our lives? That is the question built into Artsuite’s inaugural project, LOVERULES — a new large-scale installation in Raleigh’s warehouse district created by conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas.

  • ARTIST

    WILLIAM PAUL THOMAS

    Thomas' portrait series, which gets its name from a medical term used to describe blueness of the skin caused by insufficiently oxygenated blood, began with a painting of the artist’s young nephew, Michael. Thomas painted half of Michael's face blue as a way of emphasizing his brown skin, to make his complexion part of the content and the conversation. The artist says that the underlying, more universal idea behind the half-blue portraits is the fact that we are all dealing with some kind of conflict, trauma or adversity that the people we engage with day-to-day might not know anything about.

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Artsuite - Jason Mitcham - Map/Landscape Composite #2 - Using central themes of mapping, land use, growth and decay cycles, and historical layering, Jason explores the intricate interplay of social, political, and environmental forces embedded in the landscape. The artist's commitment to capturing the nuanced complexities of the American terrain breathes life into each canvas.

Jason Mitcham

Painting | 2022

 
These new works are some of the physical paintings used to create Jason Mitcham's exhibition Reform on ZAZ Corner Billboard in Times Square, NYC. The exhibition uses stop-motion animation to explore reflections on the American landscape, the very essence of artworks, and the broader global context during and post-2020. Using central themes of mapping, land use, growth and decay cycles, and historical layering, Jason explores the intricate interplay of social, political, and environmental forces embedded in the landscape. The artist's commitment to capturing the nuanced complexities of the American terrain breathes life into each canvas.



Size

48 x 68" 


Materials

Acrylic on canvas


Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Jason Mitcham - Pumpjacks on Horizon - Using central themes of mapping, land use, growth and decay cycles, and historical layering, Jason explores the intricate interplay of social, political, and environmental forces embedded in the landscape. The artist's commitment to capturing the nuanced complexities of the American terrain breathes life into each canvas.

Jason Mitcham

Painting | 2021

 
These new works are some of the physical paintings used to create Jason Mitcham's exhibition Reform on ZAZ Corner Billboard in Times Square, NYC. The exhibition uses stop-motion animation to explore reflections on the American landscape, the very essence of artworks, and the broader global context during and post-2020. Using central themes of mapping, land use, growth and decay cycles, and historical layering, Jason explores the intricate interplay of social, political, and environmental forces embedded in the landscape. The artist's commitment to capturing the nuanced complexities of the American terrain breathes life into each canvas.



Size

12 x 24" 


Materials

Acrylic on canvas


Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Pete Sack - No Turning Back - This work is about taking that deeper look and contemplating what makes us whole. It also challenges viewers to think about all that we miss when we subscribe to the notion that the depth of the human spirit can be determined in the seconds it takes to swipe from one face to the next.

PETE SACK

Painting | 2024


"Through multifaceted portraits, I aim to capture both the complexity and harmony that exists in our lives and the ways in which we engage with one another. Like these works of art, discovery unfolds over time. We only truly know each other when we allow ourselves to be vulnerable and invite people to examine our layers. This work is about taking that deeper look and contemplating what makes us whole. It also challenges viewers to think about all that we miss when we subscribe to the notion that the depth of the human spirit can be determined in the seconds it takes to swipe from one face to the next.
Combining features from two faces requires me to look at angles and see the subjects from multiple vantage points, and then pieces together facets to make a whole person. Viewers can clearly identify two distinct profiles, but like memories of faces that inspire the work, the images become blurred and intertwined. There is no specific point where one ends and the other begins. The work provides an opportunity for deeper connection and beg the viewer to stay awhile and stare."


-Pete Sack


Size

40 x 30 inches 


Materials

Oil and watercolor on paper


Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Pete Sack - Wear and Tear - This work is about taking that deeper look and contemplating what makes us whole. It also challenges viewers to think about all that we miss when we subscribe to the notion that the depth of the human spirit can be determined in the seconds it takes to swipe from one face to the next.

PETE SACK

Painting | 2024


"Through multifaceted portraits, I aim to capture both the complexity and harmony that exists in our lives and the ways in which we engage with one another. Like these works of art, discovery unfolds over time. We only truly know each other when we allow ourselves to be vulnerable and invite people to examine our layers. This work is about taking that deeper look and contemplating what makes us whole. It also challenges viewers to think about all that we miss when we subscribe to the notion that the depth of the human spirit can be determined in the seconds it takes to swipe from one face to the next.
Combining features from two faces requires me to look at angles and see the subjects from multiple vantage points, and then pieces together facets to make a whole person. Viewers can clearly identify two distinct profiles, but like memories of faces that inspire the work, the images become blurred and intertwined. There is no specific point where one ends and the other begins. The work provides an opportunity for deeper connection and beg the viewer to stay awhile and stare."


-Pete Sack


Size

40 x 30 inches 


Materials

Oil and watercolor on paper


Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

SEE THIS WORK

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