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    YUKO NOGAMI TAYLOR

    Yuko Nogami Taylor is a painter who thoughtfully fuses Eastern and Western painting traditions. Drawing from both her Japanese upbringing and her experiences in the Southeastern United States over the past 30 years, Nogami Taylor's work is a beautiful collision of cultures and techniques, a celebration of our shared humanity. Employing Nihonga techniques, a general term for traditional Japanese painting, her slow and meticulous process exhibits a reverence for craft, materiality and heritage, while simultaneously oscillating between abstraction and representation.

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    SCOTT AVETT

    Hanging alongside a 17th-century painting in the Old Masters section at The North Carolina Museum of Art is “Julianne in Vain,” a striking chiaroscuro portrait North Carolina artist Scott Avett painted in 2009. The anachronistic placement is a recognition of the deep influence artists like Caravaggio have had on his work. But fans of Avett’s music will instantly recognize the painting as the cover art for “I and Love and You,” the 2009 Rick Rubin-produced album that was the major label debut for his famed alt-folk band The Avett Brothers.

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    BEVERLY MCIVER

    Within Beverly McIver's portraiture work — where skin that the average person might describe as brown is rendered as an expressionistic composite of an array of vibrant colors and energetic lines that almost seem capable of animating a static image — her exploration of racial identity and her own upbringing is not simply black and white.

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    Tim Lytvinenko

    A photographer and printmaker with a background in computer science and 15 years as a fine art and documentary photographer, Tim Lytvinenko explores ideas of what it means to be human. Experimenting heavily with print processes and manipulating digital photographs, Lytvinenko creates emotional and detailed multi-media works on the subject of self.

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    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”.

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    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 - King Godwin - Artist - The rabbit is having a good day because the spring has come

King Nobuyoshi Godwin

Painting | 2021

 

"My name is Nobuyoshi Godwin. I have autism. Being autistic is ok. I can see trees in my mind and talk with them. It's blue and it's ok. When I paint I feel good because it's my job, and I am proud of it. I think people enjoy and think my painting is good. I like drawing animals. They are sweet. That is 4400 and purple. If I sell my paintings I can buy more paint colors. And that is purple and that is 4400." - King Nobuyoshi Godwin


 

Size

36”  x 32” 

 

Materials

Acrylic Paint on Canvas

 

Authenticity

Signed certificate of authenticity

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Artsuite - Yuko Nogami Taylor - I cannot live without you - Blue - Yuko Nogami Taylor is a painter who thoughtfully fuses Eastern and Western painting traditions. Drawing from both her Japanese upbringing and her experiences in the Southeastern United States over the past 30 years, Nogami Taylor's work is a beautiful collision of cultures and techniques, a celebration of our shared humanity.

Yuko Nogami Taylor

Painting | 2021

 

Yuko Nogami Taylor is a painter who thoughtfully fuses Eastern and Western painting traditions. Drawing from both her Japanese upbringing and her experiences in the Southeastern United States over the past 30 years, Nogami Taylor's work is a beautiful collision of cultures and techniques, a celebration of our shared humanity. Employing Nihonga techniques, a general term for traditional Japanese painting, her slow and meticulous process exhibits a reverence for craft, materiality and heritage, while simultaneously oscillating between abstraction and representation.

Size

36 x 36" 

 

Materials

Nihonga Japanese pigment painting with Kozo-Washi paper on birch wood panel


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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Artsuite - Adam Fuss - Untitled (Stained Glass) - English born artist Adam Fuss has been one of the leading experimental practitioners of early photographic techniques in contemporary art since the 1980's. Abandoning the camera altogether, he has expanded upon the foundations of the medium with inventive photograms and daguerreotypes that explore the mystery, complexity and transience of life.

Adam Fuss

Photography | 1995

 

English born artist Adam Fuss has been one of the leading experimental practitioners of early photographic techniques in contemporary art since the 1980's. Abandoning the camera altogether, he has expanded upon the foundations of the medium with inventive photograms and daguerreotypes that explore the mystery, complexity and transience of life. Originally trained as an advertising photographer, Fuss’ decision to eradicate modern technology from the photographic process was a reaction to the mass-production of generic images.

Size

45 x 20" - Framed

 

Materials

Cibachrome photogram

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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