• COLLECTOR

    Jens-Peter Brask

    You don’t have to be an art expert to know what you like — what pulls you in or lights you up. Even with his depth and breadth of knowledge and experience in the art world, Danish curator, collector and publisher Jens-Peter Brask says what he ultimately looks for is art that gives him “a punch in the stomach.”

  • ARTIST

    SHAUN RICHARDS

    From complex compositions — that might include stencils, iron-ons or graphite and sometimes more than 12 layers of paint — to pastel portraits of children with black-and-white figures superimposed over them, Richards describes his art as “a focus on our complicity and responsibility for the world in which we live.” He’s most interested in narratives that deal with identity, social dynamics, role-modeling, political incentives, artifice, notions of beauty and societal norms.

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    Sarah Emerson

    Sarah Emerson's paintings and installations present viewers with highly stylized versions of nature that combine geometric patterns and symbolic archetypes to examine our cultural landscape. In her compositions, she distorts the physical laws that govern the real world because concepts like gravity, inertia, and locality do not govern our emotional perspective of the world. Emerson does not try to replicate nature or real space, instead she uses the familiar genre of landscape to explore the collective events and conditions that define our cultural landscape.

  • COLLECTOR

    CHARLOTTE LUCAS

    Never underestimate the potential of a vision to become reality. As an interior designer, Charlotte Harris Lucas says one of the most rewarding things about her job is seeing something that started as a mood board or sketch morph into a full-blown home or design that gives a family a fresh start or a beautiful place to gather.

  • community

    Hank Willis Thomas

    Love Over Rules is a work in neon installed in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. “The message of the power of love is incredibly important right now”.

  • community

    meet the founders

    Longtime friends and contemporary art lovers Marjorie Hodges and Allen Thomas Jr. have been called many things: connoisseurs, curators, collectors, creative collaborators. With the launch of Artsuite, they are combining their years and breadth of knowledge, expertise and passion for the art world to focus on one role above all — connector.

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Artsuite - Liz Nielsen - Blush Moons (Oliver) - Liz Nielsen is an experimental photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her photographs are most often made without a camera and can also be described as light paintings. She works in the analog color darkroom exposing light sensitive paper and processing it through traditional photographic chemicals.

Liz Nielsen

Photography | 2015

 

Liz Nielsen is an experimental photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her photographs are most often made without a camera and can also be described as light paintings. She works in the analog color darkroom exposing light sensitive paper and processing it through traditional photographic chemicals. Each image is unique and ranges in size from 100" x 100" to 4" x 5". Nielsen received an MFA from the University of Illinois, Chicago in 2004, her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2002, and her BA in Philosophy and Spanish from Seattle University in 1997. Liz has exhibited her work extensively including recent solo exhibitions in New York, London, and Paris. Her photograms have been featured at international art fairs such as Paris Photo, Photo London, and Unseen Amsterdam. Nielsen has been reviewed in the New Yorker, the Guardian, the London Financial Times, LensCulture, Vogue UK, and FOAM magazine among others. Nielsen is currently an artist-in-resident at the McColl Center for Art in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Size

8 x 8" - Framed 

 

Materials

Chromogenic photograph


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Liz Nielsen - Blue Mountains - Liz Nielsen is an experimental photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her photographs are most often made without a camera and can also be described as light paintings.

Liz Nielsen

Photography | 2018

 

Liz Nielsen is an experimental photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her photographs are most often made without a camera and can also be described as light paintings. She works in the analog color darkroom exposing light sensitive paper and processing it through traditional photographic chemicals. Each image is unique and ranges in size from 100" x 100" to 4" x 5". Nielsen received an MFA from the University of Illinois, Chicago in 2004, her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2002, and her BA in Philosophy and Spanish from Seattle University in 1997. Liz has exhibited her work extensively including recent solo exhibitions in New York, London, and Paris. Her photograms have been featured at international art fairs such as Paris Photo, Photo London, and Unseen Amsterdam. Nielsen has been reviewed in the New Yorker, the Guardian, the London Financial Times, LensCulture, Vogue UK, and FOAM magazine among others. Nielsen is currently an artist-in-resident at the McColl Center for Art in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Size

29 3/4 x 41" - Framed 

 

Materials

Analog chromogenic photogram on Fujiflex


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Liz Nielsen - The Dancer - Liz Nielsen is an experimental photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her photographs are most often made without a camera and can also be described as light paintings. She works in the analog color darkroom exposing light sensitive paper and processing it through traditional photographic chemicals.

Liz Nielsen

Photography | 2020

 

Liz Nielsen is an experimental photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her photographs are most often made without a camera and can also be described as light paintings. She works in the analog color darkroom exposing light sensitive paper and processing it through traditional photographic chemicals. Each image is unique and ranges in size from 100" x 100" to 4" x 5". Nielsen received an MFA from the University of Illinois, Chicago in 2004, her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2002, and her BA in Philosophy and Spanish from Seattle University in 1997. Liz has exhibited her work extensively including recent solo exhibitions in New York, London, and Paris. Her photograms have been featured at international art fairs such as Paris Photo, Photo London, and Unseen Amsterdam. Nielsen has been reviewed in the New Yorker, the Guardian, the London Financial Times, LensCulture, Vogue UK, and FOAM magazine among others. Nielsen is currently an artist-in-resident at the McColl Center for Art in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Size

50 x 43 1/2" - Framed 

 

Materials

Analog chromogenic photogram on Fujiflex


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Kyle Brooks - NC (No. 9) - Renowned Southern Folk Artist and Author Kyle "BlackCatTips" Brooks wants to paint the world happy. Originally from just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, these North Carolina themed works were inspired by his travels through the state, the people he has met and most recently by a visit to the Vollis Simpson Whirligig park in downtown Wilson, NC.

Kyle Brooks

Painting | 2021

 

Renowned Southern Folk Artist and Author Kyle "BlackCatTips" Brooks wants to paint the world happy. Originally from just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, these North Carolina themed works were inspired by his travels through the state, the people he has met and most recently by a visit to the Vollis Simpson Whirligig park in downtown Wilson, NC. Kyle's work is collected across the southeast and he has been commissioned by some of the most recognizable brands including Coca-Cola, Delta, Google, Accenture, Netflix, NCR and many others. In 2019, Kyle published his first children's book, "Smile A While" which blends his unique artwork and poetry to remind people of all ages to smile.

 

Size

8.75 x 23.5" - Unframed

 

Materials

Acrylic on wood panel

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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