Kit King and Corey Oda Popp
Married artists Kit King and Corey Oda Popp create collaborative, close-up paintings of people. Ranging from studies of body parts to expressive portraits, their collection of paintings simultaneously exhibits their astonishing attention to detail and their appreciation for the human figure.
In his large-scale paintings of dew-covered roses, artist Gioacchino Passini explores the one-of-a-kind nature of flowers. Paying particular attention to the petals’ and leaves’ contours, folds, and variations in tonality, Passini renders every rose in delicate detail.
Jacques Bodin is a French hyperrealist painter known for his knack of perfectly capturing the light, shadows, and tonality of photographs. He creatively crafts each large-scale painting by digitally re-working his own photos and projecting them onto a canvas.
Often likened to modern masters like Denis Peterson, Audrey Flack, and Chuck Close, Richard Estes creates scenes of storefronts, glass doors, and other aspects of city life. Originally a graphic artist, he now works as a painter.