Saatchi Art’s 2022 Holiday Collection


A Lifetime of Beauty and Joy

The 2022 Holiday Collection

Create a Beautiful Home for Celebrating Every Day of the Year
Make your space the perfect gathering place with a stunning, one-of-a-kind work of art. At Saatchi Art, we believe art brings joy to a home—whether you’re looking for a work to spark conversation, complement your decor, commemorate an important moment, or serve as an heirloom you can pass down to the next generation. Remember—order by December 14 to ensure delivery by Christmas.
Explore the 2022
Gift Guide
Our curators have selected some of the best works that will make the perfect present—either for an established collector or someone who is just starting out.

Shop Our Special
Edition Catalog

Enjoy the fifth-annual holiday edition of our catalog. Our expert curators share their favorite art gifts featuring new art collections sure to please—whether shopping for yourself or a loved one.

Introducing the Exclusive
Holiday Collection

We collaborated with some of our most in-demand emerging artists to offer you special edition artworks, just in time for the holidays. Available exclusively at Saatchi Art for a limited time only, these works make the perfect gift for a loved one—or for yourself.

Special Holiday Series

Starting at $380 for 39.4 x 27.6 in
Celebrated Dutch street artist Mister Artsy has created a new series of 15 original artworks inspired by the season, just for Saatchi Art collectors. Join the hundreds of collectors all over the world that have purchased one of Mister Artsy’s striking graffiti paintings.

Limited Edition Gemstone Series

Starting at $960 for 15.7 x 14.6 in
This limited edition series of original artworks by Marc Bowditch features hand-painted designs inspired by glittering gemstones—perfect for the holidays and beyond. In his new series, Marc constructs his paintings through an assemblage of smaller works painted on Fabriano paper that are then cut, folded, and pieced together to create the final compositions.

Realistic Pet Portraits

Starting at $700 for 20 x 16 in
Commission a custom pet portrait from acclaimed French-Canadian painter Marie-Élaine Cusson, who aims to bring warmth and beauty into the homes of collectors through her work. Let Marie-Élaine effortlessly capture your pet’s unique personality and playful energy in her characteristic realism style.

Balloon Heart, RED and
Love is in the Air, GOLD SILVER

Framed Limited Edition Prints
Starting at $990 for 16.9 x 16.9 in
Pop artist VeeBee creates mixed media and collage pieces influenced by urban aesthetics using unconventional techniques and materials. Collect one of her uplifting framed limited edition prints that are sure to put you in the holiday spirit. Each piece is made individually by hand and is signed and numbered.

Custom Surrealist and Pop Art Paintings

Starting at $1,600 for 19.7 x 19.7 in
From surreal animal portraits to David Hockney-inspired pool scenes, Italian Pop artist Carlo Trevisan creates light-hearted paintings that are sure to brighten any space. Commission Carlo to create a custom animal portrait from the selected options or put yourself in one of his California swimming pools.
Saatchi Art Gift Cards
Want to give your loved one a meaningful and personal gift, but not sure where to begin? Saatchi Art is now offering gift cards. Give a gift of original art that will last a lifetime.

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Rising Stars 2022

Discover the Best Young Artists to Collect in 2022

Each fall for the last ten years, our curators have published their definitive list of recent art school graduates and up-and-coming artists you should invest in now. This year they’ve found 37 trailblazing emerging artists—many of whom have recently graduated from BFA and MFA programs—who are making some of the most compelling and collectible art today.
Some are tackling contemporary social issues in their work, others are experimenting with digital technology, many are redefining traditional art styles, and all are creating powerful work that will beautify your home and has a strong potential to increase in value.
Discover them, support them, and collect their work today.
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Meet Our Curators
Our curators draw on years of rich experience in the art world to identify recent graduates from the best schools around the world who are on the rise and garnering international acclaim.
Chief Curator & VP Art Advisory, Saatchi Art
Rebecca Wilson was formerly a Director at the Saatchi Gallery, London, where she was instrumental in the launch of the gallery’s online presence. In 2007 she created New Sensations, a prize for art students which identifies and supports the most exciting emerging artists in the UK. Prior to joining the Saatchi Gallery, Rebecca worked for 14 years in book and art magazine publishing: she was editor of ArtReview, and before that deputy editor of Modern Painters.
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Artist Community & Curation Manager
Aurora Garrison has a B.A. in Art History and International Affairs from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon and an M.A. in World Heritage Studies from the University of Turin in Italy. Prior to joining Saatchi Art in 2018, Aurora worked at auction houses, museums, and galleries, including Christie’s in San Francisco, the J. Paul Getty Museum, Auctionata Paddle8, and Revolver Gallery in Los Angeles. With a focus in world heritage preservation and conservation, Aurora has presented research on protecting cultural heritage in times of conflict at academic conferences in the US and Italy.
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Manager of Art Advisory and Curation
Erin Remington has a Masters in Modern Art History, Theory and Criticism, and a B.S. in Business Administration from Azusa Pacific University. She studied Art and Art History at the American University of Paris and has over a decade of experience in fine arts. Erin is motivated by exceptional art and working with collectors to select pieces that inspire and elevate their spaces. She believes that art has the ability to inform, inspire, educate, and change how we view the world around us.
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The Activists

Artists often explore the social and political issues of their time. Discover new works that have caught the eyes of our curators for the inspiring ways that they demonstrate resilience, courage, and strength.

Nitashia Johnson
The Earth In You, $1,970
Black Arch, Pain, Black Sole – (Triptych), $1,970

Nigerian American multimedia artist Nitashia Johnson endeavors to “create something magical with traditional art supplies.” The artist has worked professionally as a graphic designer and photographer, often documenting current social issues surrounding the environment and education. She believes that her creative background bolsters her career as a full-time artist and her ability to experiment with traditional mediums and genres to illustrate contemporary messages and stories. 

Nitashia has attended Texas Woman’s University, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), and the University of Texas at Dallas.

— For the past year, Nitashia has worked on her non-profit, The Smart Project, a creative after-school program structured for teens and aspiring mentors living in North Texas. 

— Her photography has been featured in notable publications such as D Magazine and The New York Times

— In 2019, she became one of the first women selected for the Sony Alpha Female Creator-in-Residence program.


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The Rule Breakers

Bold art for the adventurous collector. Whether you want art that is subversive or stunning, find it in this collection featuring Rising Stars artists who venture beyond the norm.

Yuezhu Chen
Listen, $1,360
Walking in the Mountains, $1,640

Focusing on themes of psychology, gender, and sexuality, Yuezhu Chen creates semi-abstract paintings using bold color palettes and striking compositions. Building on her study of symmetry and the subconscious versus unconsciousness, Yuezhu embraces the relationship between her figure and their environments to challenge traditional notions of oil painting.

Based in London, Yuezhu holds an MA in fine art with distinction from Central Saint Martins at the University of Art London and a BA in film from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, China. 

— She was shortlisted for the Cass Art Prize from the Slade School of Art in 2021. 

— Yuezhu has exhibited her work in London, Shanghai, and Beijing, with her most recent solo exhibition at The Koppel Project Hive in London.


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Gemma Thompson
Over the River, $465
A Sounding, Meshes With Another and Another, $1,530

Gemma Thompson uses drawing and printmaking to capture the intangible feeling of place by transforming the essence of sound and rhythm onto paper. Gemma creates unique soundscapes through translated marks and contours that take the viewer on a poetic journey.

Gemma received her BFA in studio practice and contemporary critical studies from Goldsmith, University of London, and her MFA in printmaking from Camberwell College of Art in London. 

— She has shown her work in several galleries across London, including the Espacio Gallery, Saatchi Gallery, Royal Drawing School Gallery, Copeland Gallery, South London Gallery, the Royal Arsenal, Christie’s London, SPACE Studio, and Gallery Maison Bertaux.

— Outside of London, Gemma participated in an exhibition at The Grey Space in the Middle Gallery in The Hague, Netherlands.

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The Trendsetters

The possibilities that technology presents to artists are infinite. Explore a collection of work in which artists adopt new media to reimagine the ways we experience works of art. 

Bethanya Abebe
Nice to Meet You, $545
Train, $5,350

Bethanya Abebe borrows her vibrant color palette from the sights of her childhood surroundings in Ethiopia. Depicting highly-detailed scenes from everyday life, Bethanya uses forms and hues as metaphors for her life and emotions. From gestural shapes, Bethanya works her canvas until the abstracted forms give way to figuration—often incorporating tactile fabrics and embroidery for additional depth. 

Bethanya received her BFA from the University of North Texas and recently graduated from the prestigious MFA painting program at the Pratt Institute in New York.

— In 2021 Bethanya was awarded a New York Foundation of the Arts artist grant. 

— Her works were included in a group exhibition at the Anna Zorina Gallery in Chelsea, New York.


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The New Traditionalists

Rising Stars artists put an innovative spin on the masterful techniques of history. Discover a fresh new take on iconic styles and techniques in this collection from our curators.

Olga Pypno
Diptych, $1,140
Forest, $1,740

Olga Pypno works primarily in painting and film photography to create landscapes that feel ethereal and nostalgic through dark tones and brushstrokes. She aims to identify the sublime within the world around us and consider how modernity affects the traditional perceptions of the sublime.

She earned a BFA with honors from the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland with a focus in painting and printmaking.

— Her work has been featured in a number of group exhibitions around Scotland, including the National Galleries of Scotland. 

— Olga is a multidisciplinary artist, sometimes starting with an oil painting and adding photography elements through digitally layering.

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Ryan McKee
Playground in Summertime, $6,900
Cemetery in the Winter, $4,060

Ryan McKee’s paintings read like the nonsensical narratives of a dream, designed to take you somewhere familiar but altogether otherworldly. His realistic style is defined by surreal elements that serve as reminders of the tragedy and humor of the human condition. 

Ryan is a self-taught oil painter from Salt Lake City, Utah. He currently lives and works in Dallas, Texas.

His work was selected to be exhibited at The Other Art Fair, Dallas, in 2022. 

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The Builders

Rising Stars artists put an innovative spin on the masterful techniques of history. Discover a fresh new take on iconic styles and techniques in this collection from our curators.

Llinos Owen
The Daisy, $2,240
Midnight’s Embrace, $5,350

Llinos Owen is a textile artist whose practice begins with written and visual material from her diary. Her tapestries are narrative explorations of memory, relationships, gender, and identity that live within a larger art historical canon through the annals of her respective medium—punch needle rug hooking, an art form dominated by women. 

Llinos is from North Wales and moved to London in 2017 to study painting at Wimbledon College of Arts, where she graduated in 2020.

Her works have been featured in group exhibitions across the UK, with her first solo show, “Thank Your Lucky Stars,” at Orleans House Gallery in 2021. 

—Numerous publications have written about Llinos’s tapestries, including the BBC.

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New Perspectives


100 Artists, Countless Ways to See the World

The best artwork encourages us to see the world in new and exciting ways. That’s why at Saatchi Art, we value showcasing emerging artists from all walks of life who contribute a diversity of perspectives. For us, empowering more voices means adding more creativity, inspiration, and beauty to the world. While the traditional art world has been slow to recognize the achievements of artists of color, women artists, and those working outside of major art centers or without a formal art education, these artists have had a home at Saatchi Art since our inception over a decade ago. New Perspectives celebrates our ongoing commitment to equity and equal representation, and features 100 artists from 24 countries. These artists range in age from 25 to 77, 68% are people of color, over half are women, and more than 50% are working across mediums beyond painting. Join us in discovering the power of new perspectives with these talented emerging artists making some of the best art today.
The best artwork encourages us to see the world in new and exciting ways. That’s why at Saatchi Art, we value showcasing emerging artists from all walks of life who contribute a diversity of perspectives. For us, empowering more voices means adding more creativity, inspiration, and beauty to the world.

While the traditional art world has been slow to recognize the achievements of artists of color, women artists, and those working outside of major art centers or without a formal art education, these artists have had a home at Saatchi Art since our inception over a decade ago. New Perspectives celebrates our ongoing commitment to equity and equal representation, and features 100 artists from 24 countries. These artists range in age from 25 to 77, 68% are people of color, over half are women, and more than 50% are working across mediums beyond painting.

Join us in discovering the power of new perspectives with these talented emerging artists making some of the best art today.


Discover these up-and-coming artists, handpicked by our team of expert curators. Click the thumbnail to explore each artist’s full portfolio.

Christos Tsimaris

“London-based painter, Christos emphasizes the formal structure, composition, movement, and color in his portraiture and figurative works rather than focusing solely on the subjects themselves.”
– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Kos Cos

“At the start of the pandemic during long periods of lockdown, Kos started a new series to document his feelings of isolation, resulting in the execution of vividly colorful, spinning, and abstracted human faces.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Nina Fabunmi

“Through vivid depictions of light and shadow, Nina’s paintings document urban scenes imbued with a subtle, everyday beauty.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Abreesha Jones

“Using bold and warm colors reminiscent of the African savanna, Abreesha’s paintings are a celebration of expression, freedom, and creativity.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Diana Cheren Nygren

“A fine art photographer from Boston, Diana’s photographs address serious social issues through a blend of urban photography, digital manipulation, and humor.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Maggie Jiang

“Inspired by her travels and experiences, Maggie has developed a visual language to communicate across cultures and continents.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Giancarlo LaGuerta

“A self-taught multidisciplinary artist, Giancarlo approaches his portraits as an expressionist painter, using abstraction and an intense color palette in his compositions.”

Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Viet Ha Tran

“Viet Ha is a Vietnam-born and Spain-based fine art photographer known for her decorative and dramatic photographs that are reminiscent of Pre-Raphaelite paintings.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Amy Illardo

“Regardless of the subject, Amy focuses on interactions between different colors, carrying this theme across her geometric, expressionist, and figurative works.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

K’era Morgan

“K’era’s wonderfully colorful and lively configurations include paper, materials, and images sourced from international magazines, newspapers, and books.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Aby Mackie

“Through the salvation, destruction, and juxtaposition of textiles and fabrics sourced from her local surroundings, Aby recontextualizes the meaning and value of discarded and recycled materials in her sculptures.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Hyunju Kim

“Hyunju is a South Korean artist who explores the relationship between the subconscious, dreams, and childhood memories in her surreal figurative paintings.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Yinan Chen

“Collected from nature, and malleable to the artist’s vision, clay is the primary material Yinan turns to in order to examine industrial and ecological tensions.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Sharon Alviz

“Born in Barranquilla, Colombia, Sharon uses her conceptual photography to capture how urban scenes and nature are interpreted through consciousness.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Rebecca Stern

“Culminating in thoughtful compositions she describes as mental landscapes, Rebecca’s mixed-media works proffer a sense of peace, serving as spaces to assist with the acceptance of contradictory feelings and uncertain circumstances.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Lorenzo Diggins Jr

“As a photojournalist, Lorenzo is committed to telling the stories of his subjects and wants his photography to act as a bridge across different cultures and communities across Los Angeles.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Brian Oldham

“In his conceptual photography, Brian invites the viewer into a world full of bare skin, bright colors, and imagined scenes.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Anahita Amouzegar

“Utilizing high contrasts of color in her depictions of female figures, Anahita explores various themes—from lighthearted and peaceful topics to more serious and insightful issues.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Agung Hartono

“Through his art practice, Indonesian artist Agung endeavors to work through his emotional vulnerability and instability and hopes that his calming abstract paintings will encourage others to do the same.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Annike Limborco

“Annike’s minimalist work characterized by a simple color palette and clean compositions creates an immediate sense of calm.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Andrea Coleman

“Andrea’s work imbues life into old family photographs and embodies contemporary nostalgia.”

–  Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator


Catherine Vermaut

“Catherine composes her figures with a combination of grisaille pencil-drawn faces and bright, color-blocked clothing to achieve a contrast in softness and hard lines.”
– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Twikirize Switzin

“For the past year and a half, Ugandan-based artist Twikirize has made the gradual transition from drawing to painting, culminating in a vibrant new series that shows real people coping with daily life in Kampala.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Ken West

“Inspired by mindfulness and the science of perception, Ken seeks to photograph common objects and occurrences as they are, rather than how we might wish them to be.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

YiSeon Jo

“To create his richly textured and sculptural collages, YiSeon meticulously layers papers in alternating forms and colors.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Sean Hamilton

“Using scenes from another era, Sean’s paintings explore themes that are nonetheless recurring and contemporary: from child poverty and gender to political divides.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Dimeji Onafuwa

“Drawing inspiration from the 1960s Bay Area figurative expressionists like Richard Diebenkorn, Nathan Oliveira, and Joan Brown, Dimeji focuses on depictions of the figure to represent his local landscape and culture.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Dave McClinton

“Based in Austin, Dave uses the medium of digital collage to speak to contemporary issues surrounding race, American history, and beauty standards.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Markenzy Cesar

“As a figurative painter who was born in Haiti and then immigrated to the US, Markenzy’s work focuses on unique stories from life in both places.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Sarah Edwards

“Growing up in Northern California surrounded by wildlife preserves, Sarah established her signature style and subject of statuesque animals that call attention to the environmental and biodiversity issues we face today.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Marisa Mu

“Unapologetically bare and confident, Marisa’s dancers are full of energy, embodying aspirational freedom in their unabashed and euphoric physical expressions.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Jalen Khalil Lacy

“At a young age, Jalen had to confront certain realities facing Black artists, which he now uses to inform his mixed-media works and better understand his own humanity and reality.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Amy Smith

“In her mixed-media portraits, Amy uses hand-cut stencils and imagery from magazines that represent her love of design and disapproval of excessive consumerism.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Justine Johnson

“Often working with indigo, Justine’s rich, mixed-media artwork connects the dye’s history with its experimental possibilities.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Carlos Gamez De Francisco

“Carlos’s portrait painting and photography spark a collision between classical and contemporary figures, challenging the history of representation of the female form in art history.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Kiara Aileen Machado

“Kiara combines Central American imagery with a vivid color palette––artfully obscuring her figures into the surrounding environment to create a story that highlights marginalized communities.⁠”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Dane Shue

“Based in Dallas, Dane investigates nostalgia and celebrity culture through the time-honored Pop Art techniques of repetition and screenprinting.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Alexa Torre Rodriguez

“Alexa’s brightly colored photographs bring a strong feministic spin to traditional symbols of Mexican culture.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Chin H Shin

“Chin’s goal is to transform street scenes of daily life into a form of visual poetry, creating a new kind of expressionism.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager


“TaLisa builds up expressive portraits and abstracts with complex, intuitive layering of ink, washes, and oil.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Jesus Pedraglio

“Based in Lima, Peru, Jesus emphasizes line work, kinetic energy, and combinations of color in each of his tactile sculptures.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Gregory Prescott

“Attuned to light and the impact of simplicity, Gregory creates sensual compositions with visceral texture, capturing the statuesque and confident presence of his models.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator


“Cuevawolf points to the past with her staged photographs that are a modern take on the traditionally illustrated Mexican Lotería cards.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Maliheh Zafarnezhad

“Maliheh combines found materials and objects like wood, mirror, ceramics, family photos, and historical illustrations to create multi-layered collages that speak to religious themes such as pilgrimages.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Clara Aden

“Lagos-based artist Clara has worked professionally as an illustrator and storyboard artist, and is the Vice President of the Female Artists Association of Nigeria and the President of Beyond Borders Artists Association of Nigeria.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Caroline Liu

“Seeking to process her experiences as an Autistic adult, and grapple with the short-term memory loss she incurred after a series of concussions, Caroline turns to visual and tactile mediums to document memories and give form to her thoughts and imagination.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Kendall Hill

“A Chicago-based photographer, Kendall focuses on notions of the sublime, the importance of self-reflection, and finding beauty in everyday tasks.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Young Shin

“Through a unique process that explores the concept of excavation and unearthing, Young peels away colored paper that was meticulously built up, applied, layered, and dried to create abstract paintings.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Chantal Barlow

“Chantal’s magnetic abstract paintings have been featured in Vanity Fair Italy, British Vogue, The Guardian, and Huffington Post.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Hunjung Kim

“After framing her subjects with close, intimate angles, Hunjung adds shocks of color to bring forth forgotten memories in her viewers.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Tomasz Cichowski

“Tomasz constructs highly meditative, minimalist compositions that encourage deep introspection and focus.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Marilyn Lowe

“Marilyn’s intricate drawings vibrate with energy and can range from botanical to surrealist forms.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Javiera Estrada

“Javiera captures the vicissitudes of human relationships and emotion through sensual photographs.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

SangJune Won

“Through the interwoven application of silk and rope in his embroidered paintings, SangJune converts these utilitarian materials into elegant works of art.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Ziyun Zhang

“A Saatchi Art Rising Star alumni, Ziyun uses her art practice to better understand and reflect on the human subconscious, psychological states, and the otherness of people.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator


Kyle Yip

“Kyle is a JUNO Award-nominated hypersurrealist artist recognized for his recreations of visual art, electronic music, and films originally envisioned in his dreams.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Viola Babol

“Viola portrays her female subjects as heroines and muses, hinting at stories of femininity and strength.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Rapheal Crump

“Focusing on the urban landscapes of New York and Dallas, Rapheal’s colorful paintings convey action and the effects of light.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

David Farrés Calvo

“Inspired by Spanish old masters like Francisco de Zurbarán and Diego Velázquez, David creates realistic paintings of people going about their daily lives—documenting everyday activities from walking around city streets to visiting art museums.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Benjamin Garcia

“A Venezuelan artist, Benjamin’s complex portraits experiment with movement, color, and transformation––leaving the ultimate meaning of his works open to the viewer’s interpretation.”

India Balyejusa Assistant Curator

Michael Vincent Manalo

“An award-winning fine art photographer, Manalo focuses on photo-manipulation techniques to generate imagined and surrealist environments that are often post-apocalyptic in theme.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Rodrigo Jimenez-Ortega

“In his drawings and paintings, Rodrigo combines Mesoamerican iconography with tropes from pop culture and video games.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Madoti Oluwadamilare

“A self-taught artist based in Lagos, Madoti recently exhibited his work at the Red Dot Art Fair in association with TAAG Gallery, which represents original works from Nigeria’s top emerging artists.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Young Park

“Using bright colors, and a touch of abstraction, Young’s figurative paintings showcase anonymous and boldly rendered human forms.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Karen Powell

“Based in Chicago, Karen incorporates collaged photos, text, and acrylic paint on canvas to make visual flurries of childhood memories and nostalgia.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Keun Ju Park

“Devoted to exploring the boundaries between physical reality and virtual worlds, Keun Ju manipulates perspective and composition to create three-dimensional spaces that are evocative of abstract minimalist paintings.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Cristina Figarola

“With a background in lighting design, including her award-winning Totora lamp, Cristina is a trailblazing craftswoman and inventive sculptor.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Miguel Angel Briones

“Spanning a career of over forty years, Miguel has been a wildlife photographer, dabbled in aerial photography, and has worked as a fashion and travel photographer.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Yeongok Kim

“Through a combination of oil paint and silk on canvas, Yeongok attempts to give shape to the movement of light.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Ricardo Harris-Fuentes

“Blending classical subjects with modern compositions and fluorescent colors, Ricardo’s paintings transport the viewer into a deeply meditative and sensory world.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Zoe Lunar

“Zoe’s figurative paintings and drawings blend realism with surrealist themes as he explores the relationship between an individual’s self-consciousness and space and time.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Ryan Murray

“With cans of spray paint and intricate stencils, Ryan investigates the unsettling but important conversations surrounding societal norms and mental illness within Black communities.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Rossina Bossio

“In her paintings, Rossina explores the complexity and ambiguity of the gender ideals that colored her upbringing, primarily through staid and thoughtful female subjects.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Hikaru O

“Through the transformation and refinement of line, color, and form, Hikaru’s painting bridges the gap between abstraction and graphic design.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Fares Micue

“As the main protagonist in her works, Fares transforms herself and her surroundings to tell emotional stories that are left open to interpretation from the viewer.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Daria Dmitrieva

“Mesmerized by the interplay between color, texture, and form in nature, Daria attempts to recreate these natural phenomena in her highly abstract and tactile paintings.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Ekow Brew

“Ekow’s surrealist digital works draw on personal experience, and his view of the cosmos, celebrating and bringing them into focus with neon colors and patterning.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Swapna Namboodiri

To raise awareness to ocean pollution, Indian artist Swapna solely uses landfill plastics to create her delicate sculptural works.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Tianna Bracey

“Tianna uses monumental scale to paint thoughtful portraits that, through a process of visual storytelling and rich personal symbolism, bring the legacy of her subjects’ ancestors to the forefront.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Simon McCheung

“Taking influences from films and stories of his youth, Simon’s surrealist photographs ask viewers to suspend their disbelief and discover their inner child.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Liqing Tan

“With an MFA from UCL Slade School of Fine Art, Liqing approaches depictions of the body as if it were a landscape—focusing on ambiguous forms and expanses of color.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Dawn Beckles

“Mixed-media artist and painter Dawn puts a contemporary twist on the classic still life genre, with punchy color palettes and sentimental details of modern home interiors.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Rebecca Lejic-Tiernan

“In her exploration of how photography can replicate psychological states, Rebecca attempts to illustrate the misunderstood relationship between the natural environment and our bodies.”

– Siting Wang, Assistant Curator

Vanessa van Meerhaeghe

“Vanessa’s landscapes transport you to tropical locales studded with female figures inspired by fashion advertisements.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Yermine Richardson

“Drawing inspiration from his African heritage, Yermine reimagines traditional motifs of womanhood, spiritualism, and cosmology.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Marcel Ceuppens

“Coming from a successful career in advertising, Marcel’s digital prints take inspiration from mid-century modernist design.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Lauren Denitzio

“For Lauren, making figurative works is an act of reclaiming oneself, exploring one’s potential, and championing marginalized communities.”

– Erin Remington, Assistant Curator

Karolina Maszkiewicz

“Incorporating kinetic elements and floral concepts into her artworks, Karolina is inspired by twentieth century artists such as Niki de Saint Phalle, Gertrude Goldschmidt (Gego), and Eva Hess.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Nathalie Thibault

“With a combination of intuition, chance, and control, French-Canadian artist Nathalie creates abstract oblong-shaped paintings that are simultaneously fluid and restrained.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Sasi Kladpetch

“Sasi’s multimedia sculptures represent the tension between the environment and modern society, depicting the relationship between humans and nature through slabs of concrete and organic elements.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Steve Kalinda

“Working as a multimedia artist, Steve transfers his digital creations onto paper and canvas, resulting in vibrant and graphic compositions.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Marijah Bac Cam

“Marijah’s unique gestural style brings together influences which come from her time spent living and studying art in Laos and Europe.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Malene Barnett

“Malene refers to and is inspired by West African tradition through her hand-built, conical sculptures.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Nicola Wiltshire

“Using her own oil paint and soft pastels made by centuries-old techniques, Nicola overlays her handmade materials across patterned fabrics to create playful abstract paintings.”

– Monty Preston, Associate Curator

Diana Iancu Torje

“A Romanian artist living in Paris, Diana often makes work that features intricate and densely packed organic and natural forms.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator

Aaron Lee

“Fascinated by philosophy, color theory, and design craftsmanship, Aaron uses imagery and iconography from art history to comment on today’s consumer culture.”

– Aurora Garrison, Senior Curator

Seda Saar

“Seda uses her lifelong captivation of the visual and emotional effects of color, light and shadow to create sculptures that transform and take shape differently to each viewer.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

Cristina Cañamero

“A visual artist based in Spain, Cristina mixes elements of surrealism, symbolism, and humor into her hyper-realistic depictions of women.”

– India Balyejusa, Assistant Curator

Giovanni Martins

“A Black-Dutch photographer living in New York City, Giovanni uses stylized, fashion portraits of people of color to speak to beauty standards today.”

– Monty Preston, Curation Manager

Lisa Hunt

“Lisa’s powerful gold-leaf works have caught the attention of curators, designers, and publishers across the globe—with one of her works even appearing in the New York Times bestseller In the Company of Women by Grace Bonney.”

– Erin Remington, Associate Curator

22 Artists to Collect in 2022

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22 Artists to Watch in 2022

22 Artists to Collect in 2022

There’s nothing better than finding an artist whose work resonates with you. At Saatchi Art, it’s our mission to help you discover and buy work from the best emerging artists around the world. To provide you with some inspiration for the year ahead, our team of expert curators have compiled this list of 22 up-and-coming artists you should consider collecting.

Adam Lawrence

“In an explosion of saturated colors and recognizable iconography, Adam deconstructs the meaning of pop culture symbols to establish an entirely new form of storytelling.”

– Erin Remington, Assistant Curator

Catastrophic Pop #1

Violet Polsangi

 “Fascinated by the intersection of architecture and nature, Violet’s work effortlessly blends abstraction and realism to build an interactive space full of color harmonies and geometric lines.”

– Aurora Garrison, Associate Curator

Night & Day

Yohanan Delaunay-Israel

“Yohanan‘s art practice is a constant experiment, as the artist continually develops and tests different combinations of colors and shapes in his abstract compositions.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Song Without Words 1/ 32 ניגון (Nigoun)

Sam Wilde

“A fashion and homeware designer, Sam expands the limits of paint, ceramics, and fabrics to imbue objects with richly detailed narrative scenes and landscapes.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator & VP


Flowers of Time · Green Silk Scarf

YiSeon Jo

“To create his richly textured and sculptural collages, YiSeon meticulously layers papers in alternating forms and colors.”

– Monty Preston, Manager, Art Advisory and Curation

For Those Who Go Far

Simone Geraci

“Rendered in soft colors and delicate lines, Simone’s prints beautifully capture feminine gestures, while skillfully depicting his subjects’ faces through an interplay of light and shadow.”

– Aurora Garrison, Associate Curator

Oltre – Limited Edition of 5

Susan Smereka

“To keep a visual record of her life during the pandemic, Susan’s most recent body of work uses layers of materials and color blocking to create highly tactile collages over old topographical maps.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator & VP

Green Mountains

Charlotte Evans

“With whimsical figures set against gentle color palettes, Charlotte’s dreamlike landscapes lead viewers into a space of tranquility and wanderlust.”

– Aurora Garrison, Associate Curator

Kith and Kin


Sofia Chitikov

“Fascinated by the inner workings of the human mind, principles of quantum physics, and spirituality, Sofia experiments and transforms different materials and forms in her vibrant wall sculptures. ”

– Monty Preston, Manager, Art Advisory and Curation

Electric Venus

Samuel Fleming Lewis

“Largely composed of found imagery and text from books, magazines, and printed media, Samuel’s energetic collages are a celebration of his love of African art and pop culture.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator & VP

Neon Dream

Barbara Kuebel

“Bold color palettes and abstract bodies are a hallmark of Barbara’s work—liberating viewers from traditional representations of the human form to embrace strange yet legible figures.”

– Erin Remington, Assistant Curator

There Is More Than One I In A Creature

Genevieve Leavold

Inspired by Eastern philosophies of play and mindfulness, Genevieve works alla prima to make fluid and spontaneous abstracts, notable for their striking colors and dynamic gestures.

– Monty Preston, Manager, Art Advisory and Curation

Danse Macabre


Alanna Hernandez

“Using colored pencils and acrylic paint, Alanna seeks to express the complexity of human emotions through gradients of color and soft textures in her soothing abstract drawings.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Holding It All Together

David Disko

“Capturing the American Southwest landscape through a surrealist lens, David uses a gold, matte background to emphasize a hidden tension between humans and the natural environment.

– Erin Remington, Assistant Curator

Faster As The Crow Flies

Carlos Gamez De Francisco

“Carlos’s portrait painting and photography spark a collision between classical and contemporary figures, challenging the history of  representation of the female form in art history.”

– Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator & VP

Oh Dear III

Lucy Li

“An interdisciplinary artist, Lucy delicately manipulates acrylic paint and colored pencil to create serene compositions inspired by the “spaces in-between” or unseen in nature.”

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Stone to Sand No. 2

The Spaces in Between

Aby Mackie

“Through the salvation, destruction, and juxtaposition of textiles and fabrics sourced from her local surroundings, Aby recontextualizes the meaning and value of discarded and recycled materials in her sculptures.”

– Monty Preston, Manager, Art Advisory and Curation

Half Way There 2

Kazuhiro Higashi

“Drawing on Pop art influences, Japanese artist Kazuhiro uses flat planes, overlapping shapes, and bright colors to create highly electric and abstract compositions.”

– Erin Remington, Assistant Curator

Dinner Time

Tafy LaPlanche

 “Afro-Latina artist Tafy sets her portraits of women against boldly colored backgrounds, adding depictions of fruit to give each figure their own distinctive narrative.

– Megan Wright, Senior Curator

Ricardo Harris-Fuentes

“Blending classical subjects with modern compositions and fluorescent colors, Ricardo’s paintings transport the viewer into a deeply meditative and sensory world.”

– Monty Preston, Manager, Art Advisory and Curation

Superposition II

Alice Yang

“In an effort to harmoniously blend Eastern and Western philosophies in her creative practice, Alice combines natural elements, figures, and abstract forms in her recent “I” series.”

– Erin Remington, Assistant Curator


Kim Marra

“Kim’s dynamic compositions display a unique interplay of form, color, and line that generates a space that sits between abstraction and reality.”

– Aurora Garrison, Associate Curator


More Beautiful in Person

Discover Original Art for Celebrating Closeness & Joy this Season and Beyond

At Saatchi Art, we believe art brings joy to a home—whether you’re looking for a work to spark conversation, commemorate an important moment, pass down to the next generation, or give to a loved one. Remember—order by December 14 to ensure delivery by Christmas.

Explore the 2021 Gift Guide

Our curators have selected some of the best works that will make the perfect present—either for an established collector or someone who is just starting out.

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Introducing the Exclusive
Holiday Collection

We collaborated with some of our most popular emerging artists to offer you special edition artworks, just in time for the holidays. Available exclusively at Saatchi Art for a limited time only, these works make the perfect gift for a loved one—or for yourself.

Commemorative Sculpture

by Soonyong Hong
People Starting at $1,910
Animals Starting at $710
Internationally acclaimed South Korea–based artist Soonyong Hong’s work explores the delicate balance between humans and nature through minimalist forms and broad strokes of color. The artist will use one of your personal photographs of people or pets to create a bespoke sculptural silhouette in his signature style. Available in a range of colors.

Snowy Animal Portrait

by Endre Penovác
Starting at $840
To make his delicate works on paper, Endre Penovác uses a special process in which he dilutes his pigments with water while executing tightly-controlled brushstrokes enabling him to create otherworldly renderings of animals, landscapes, and more. This season, the artist is offering Saatchi Art-exclusive cat and polar bear portraits in his delicate, minimalist style, which make the perfect addition to a bedroom, reading nook, or study.

Bespoke Beach Family Silhouette

by Carlos Martin
Starting at $700
From swimming figures to vibrant shorelines, the scenes depicted by celebrated artist Carlos Martin convey a classic beachtown vibe. Commission Carlos to create a one-of-kind family portrait in his beloved style that is sure to become the centerpiece of your home.

“Let's sing songs on a good moon night!” Limited Edition Framed Print

by Rie Kono
Rie Kono is best known for her fantastical and technically astute nature scenes and cityscapes that she imbues with a sense of wonder and optimism. While her original paintings sell for thousands of dollars, the artist has created a special limited edition print for Saatchi Art enabling emerging collectors to enjoy her work.


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Utilizing photo collage and still life, Dylan Everett uses experimental techniques to simultaneously speak to contemporary art and culture while questioning traditional notions of taste, sensuality, and beauty and paying homage to LGBTQ-identified creatives. In his fabricated spaces, there is no distinction between highbrow and lowbrow, historical or contemporary. 

Since graduating with an MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design (RSID) in 2019, Dylan has exhibited his photography in galleries across the US.

Dylan held a solo exhibition at the renowned Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts.

His work has been featured in notable publications like Lenscratch and Float Magazine.

Blue Room, $3,210

Latifah A Stranack challenges the traditional perceptions of the female body and gaze through the invented heroines in her paintings. These abstracted heroines depicted in bold colors and thick brushstrokes embody feminine strength and vulnerability through all stages of life and cultures.

Latifah recently graduated with an MFA from Slade School of Fine Art, London, and received a MA from the Royal College of Art, London, in visual communication and a BA (Honors) from Central Martins, London. She has exhibited her work in multiple group exhibitions and currently resides in London.

She has received notable awards such as the Desiree Painting Prize in 2021, the Max Werner Drawing Prize in 2020, and The Terence Cuneo Memorial Trust award in 2020.

Latifah is currently part of In Transit, an online art platform supporting multidisciplinary projects, and previously was an artist resident at Colart Winsor & Newton in London.

The Pursuit of Paradise, $7,450

Social bonds are examined through a mental health lens in Rachel Rodrigues’s pink-tinged paintings. Her compositions resemble snapshots from a family photo album—fleeting moments that help shape our identity. The lighting, expressions, and body language of Rachel’s subjects hint at their inner experiences and relationship to one another. 

Currently based in London, Rachel earned her Ph.D. in psychology from Imperial College London.

Rachel was shortlisted for the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize in 2020. 

She has exhibited her work with notable galleries across London, such as Highgate Contemporary Art, Ashurst Gallery, Hoxton 253 Art Project Space, and Blyth Gallery.

Night Crawlers in Highbury Grove, $860

Artist Ferguson Amo uses hyperrealistic drawings, photographs, and installations to capture the contemporary African identity. Examining the effects of diaspora on cultural identity, Ferguson invites the viewer to question how we can move the image of blackness towards emancipation. 

Ferguson received his BA in digital art from Manhattan College and MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Currently residing in New York City, Ferguson has exhibited his works in numerous solo and group shows in the New York City area.

In 2021 Ferguson held a solo exhibition at the Kente Royal Gallery in New York City.

—His work was shown in group shows at UNTITLED ART FAIR in San Francisco, VisArts in Washington, DC, Regular Normal in New York City, and International Independent Art Fair in Harlem.

Ikechukwu, $6,400

Mich Miller is a Los Angeles-based multidisciplinary artist working across painting, printmaking, and installation. Mich’s work challenges traditional perceptions of color theory by using color as a cultural signifier with distinct, societal meaning. Their art practice is informed by queer histories, transmuting personal experiences into dense layers of shape and shade. Drawn towards highly saturated colors and chemical reactions, Mich subtly pays tribute to scientific discoveries connected to their trans identity.

Mich earned their BFA from the School of the Artist institute of Chicago and an MFA in painting and printmaking from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut in 2021.

In 2018 they co-founded The Print Shop LA—a collaborative printmaking studio in Los Angeles, which offers internships, collective studio access, and artists-in-residence programs. 

—Mich has exhibited work in solo and group shows, including Lyles & King in New York City, New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood, Super Chief Gallery in Los Angeles, All Star Press in Chicago, and Ladies’ Room in Los Angeles. 

—They have collaborated on projects with major brands such as Pitchfork Music Festival, Vans, Psycho Bunny, and Facebook. 

Ikechukwu, $6,400

Aparna Sarkar’s paintings are born from her queer, diasporic experiences. Colliding elements of memory and myth, abstraction and figuration, and flatness and perspective, Aparna creates works that highlight the instability of the self and disrupt the traditional ideal of formal hierarchy. 

Located in Brooklyn, New York, Aparna holds an MFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence, Rhode Island, and a BA in mathematics from Pomona College in Claremont, California. She has exhibited in multiple galleries, and her work is held in collections internationally.

Aparna was awarded full scholarships to attend residencies with Jentel Foundation in Wyoming, Manhattan Graphics Center in New York, Obracadobra in Oaxaca, and Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild in New York.

She has exhibited her work across New York and Rhode Island at the 1969 Gallery, Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, Field Projects, Pace University Gallery, and the RISD Museum.

Divers II, $3,610

Joanna Holisz’s oil paintings sit at the poles of absurdity and mundanity. Defined by exaggerated color tensions that coexist within childlike brushstrokes, Joanna’s paintings seek to deconstruct magnificent pieces in history and leave the viewer to wander through conflict and chaos.

Joanna received her BA (Honors) in painting and printmaking from The Glasgow School of Art and currently lives in Glasgow, Scotland. Her works are regularly included in exhibition spaces throughout Glasgow and Vienna.

Joanna was shortlisted for The Royal Scottish Academy New Contemporaries Annual Exhibition in 2023. 

—She is a co-creator at New Wave Press, an online publication and exhibition space for early and emerging artists and writers. 

She is a committee member of The Alternative Degree Show Festival—a student-led initiative that takes place in exhibition venues throughout Glasgow.

Steam Cloud (Blue Lines), $860

Nicole Schonitzer’s work actualizes a space where formal abstraction and bodily narrative collide. In her constructed world, there is power in softness, impulsivity is celebrated, and tenderness rules.

Nicole Schonitzer holds an MFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design (RSID) in Providence, Rhode Island, and a BA from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. Her work has been shown in galleries in New York City, Chicago, Poughkeepsie, Providence, and London.

Nicole has been featured in multiple group exhibitions, including the online “Contemporary Art Show” with Art & Object and “Feminized” at Gelman Gallery in Providence.

Her work has been in publications like Create! Magazine.

Rays, $2,860

Inspired by her daily interactions and family photographs, Milica Lazarevic explores themes of the individual, identity, and the relationship humans have with society and nature. Portrayed mostly in muted and cool tones, Milica creates stylized scenes that give a sense of nostalgia. 

Milica received her MFA from the University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, where she is now pursuing her Ph.D.

Milica has won awards with the Foundation Velickovic in Belgrade, Dafen Biennale in Shenzhen, China, and the Faculty of Applied Arts at the University of Arts in Belgrade.

—Recently, she has exhibited at Gallery Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and Gallery O3ONE in Belgrade.

Shelter, $2,080

Using washes of color and unexpected compositions, Daniel Bauman depicts unfamiliar spaces unfolding across his canvases. Just as his unplanned creative process brings unpredictable development and discovery, Daniel’s oil painting reveals the fluidity of space and time, expressing the ever-changing aspects of the environment, society, and people.

Based in Chicago, Daniel received a BS in architecture from the University of Maryland and an MFA in painting and drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2022. His works have been exhibited in group exhibitions across Milwaukee and Chicago.

He received the Leonard Rosenfeld Merit Scholarship from the Art Students League of New York in 2017. 

Daniel’s work was published in Art Maze Magazine’s “Summer Issue 23” in 2021.

Sun Spa, $2,710


Res’s photography centers on the intimate experiences they encounter as a queer trans artist. Each still-life, taken entirely from their perspective, evokes a visceral response by addressing the political through the personal.

Res received their BA in sociology and studio art from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, and their MFA in photography from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. They currently reside in Stockholm, Sweden, where they intend to complete a post-master’s program in curation.

They have exhibited their work throughout the US at Shulamit Nazarian in Los Angeles, Casemore Kirkeby in San Francisco, Invisible-Exports in New York City, and BRIC in Brooklyn.

Their work has been shown in publications including Aperture, Cultured Magazine, Girls Like Us, Matte Magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Paris Review, and Vice Magazine.

Self-Portrait (Warm), $2,170

Mathew Fierke’s paintings embrace bold, saturated colors juxtaposed with harsh, black outlines to capture the standardized images of the digital age. Initially inspired by urban subjects of digital photography, Mathew paints recognizable motifs from pop culture to evoke themes of death, privacy, and memory. 

Mathew received his BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, Canada. 

Mathew’s work has been exhibited across Vancouver, including at the Emily Carr University Writing Center, the Royal Bank of Canada Media Gallery, North Vancouver Community Arts Council, and the Renegade Art Studios.

Windows, $590

Gala Bell is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice cultivates two strands of making—one honoring tradition by embodying precepts of classical and baroque, and the other seeking to disrupt it. Using unconventional materials and methods usually found in a kitchen, Gala transforms her studio into a lab of material transformation, creating busts made of sugar and deep-fried paintings.

Gala holds an MA in painting from the Royal College of Art in London and a BA (Honors) in fine art from City & Guilds of London Art School. She has exhibited in multiple museums and galleries, including The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The London Design Festival, The Design Museum in London, the Korean Cultural Institute in Berlin, and Galerie der HBKsaar in Saarbrücken, Germany.

Gala was commissioned by BBC One and Tate and Lyle for her sugar sculptures, with a piece acquired by the Tate and Lyle Museum archive in London.

She was shortlisted for the Ashurst Art Prize in 2021, featured in Sotheby’s Made in Bed Magazine, Dazed, Art Reveal Magazine, and interviewed on the To The Studio podcast.

The Yellow Oleander, $2,140

A Vancouver-based artist, Hanna Bang challenges perceptions of physical and virtual space in her flattened depictions of interiors dotted with abstract figures. Utilizing imagery from Korean mass media and American popular culture, Hanna constructs synthetic realities overrun with electronic devices and screens to illustrate the omnipresence of the internet in today’s society. 

Hanna attended Emily Carr University Arts + Design in Vancouver, Canada, where she received a BFA in fine art. She recently exhibited her work in Vacant Museum’s online show, “The Next Generation.”

Hanna is a multidisciplinary artist, working across painting, digital photography, documentary film, and performance art.

She has received various grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and the British Columbia Arts Council.

Hanna worked with Pepsi for a series of LIFEWTR water bottles featuring her design. 

Horse Riding, $5,550

Through expressive color combinations, textures, motifs, and materials, Nina Shishkina’s textiles capture dualities of the visual and tactile as well as the sacred and profane. At the core of these juxtaposing themes lies the exploration of womanhood.

Nina received her BA in fashion textiles from the London College of Fashion and her MFA in textiles with a focus on weaving and print from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).

Her embroidery was published in Vogue Italia “Talents’ 15.” 

Nina served as Chief Embroiderer for the Couture Maison Ulyana Sergeenko.

Womanhood Kimono Series, $4,850

A lifelong fascination with geometric patterns and clean lines drew Edward Chao to architectural photography. Interested in minimalism and monochrome, he takes heavy influence from the deadpan style of image-making—an objective, detached, and technically masterful approach rich in visual information. 

Edward attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and obtained his BFA with an emphasis in photography and video. He is a Taiwanese-Canadian artist currently based in Chicago.

A photograph of Edward’s was selected as the Editors’ Pick in the 2017 LensCulture Street Photography Awards.  

He exhibited at The Other Art Fair in Chicago in 2019 and 2020.

Spiral, $700

Living and working in London and Taiwan, Yi Ling Lai brings an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural dialogue to her paintings. With a background in calligraphy art, Yi Ling seeks to deconstruct traditional Chinese calligraphy, using abstract lines to create a universal rhythm that spans time and space.

Yi Ling received her BFA in calligraphy art and Chinese painting from the National Taiwan University of Art and her MFA in fine art from Kingston University in London.

Yi Ling was shortlisted for Bloomberg’s New Contemporaries in 2021 and completed a residency at Blue Shop Cottage AMASSA in Mauroux, France, in 2021. 

Her works have been exhibited in galleries worldwide, across the UK, France, and Taiwan.

Untitled0312, $1,835
Effortlessly blending and employing colorful palettes with abstract geometric patterns, Sonia Bensouda constructs Surrealist compositions with multi-layered collages in her photographs. Drawing inspiration from her interior architectural background, she playfully portrays the relationship between people and the environment, exploring the presence and absence of bodies and spirits in both physical and virtual spaces. Sonia received her MA in interior and spatial design from Chelsea College of Art in London, where she now lives and works. Sonia was shortlisted and exhibited for the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize in 2020.In 2020, she showed her work at the Talented Art Fair in London, UK. 
The Reversed Hotel, $198

Harlan Goldman-Belsma’s paintings and drawings embrace objects and spaces of the mundane that exude an appreciation for the world around him. Utilizing faded hues and delicate pen marks, Harlan explores feelings of warmth, nostalgia, and familiarity in his work.

Harlan received his BFA from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2021 and now lives and works in Venice, California.

His works have been exhibited in various shows at UCLA’s Department of Art.

In 2021, the Daily Bruin—UCLA’s student-run newspaper—published an article on Harlan and his work.

Alley Chairs, $1,145

Matilda Barretta’s contemporary figurative paintings capture moments of silent drama—similar to a film still. Mysterious and a little bit intense, Matilda’s figures quietly hint at the larger narrative yet simultaneously portray the action and urgency of the moment captured. To further build the drama and mystery of her narrative scenes, Matilda employs thin layers of paint, vibrant colors, and harsh angles that charge her compositions with emotion and uncertainty. 

Matilda has studied at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, L’Ecole de Beaux-Arts in Paris, France, and the University of the Arts London, Camberwell College of Arts in the UK.

—Matilda has exhibited her work throughout London and Glasgow, including Avalon Cafe, Wasp Studios, Rabbit Skin, The Glue Factory, and Hanson Street Studios.


Untitled (Three), $3,200

Inspired by the landscape surrounding her, Jasmine Mills paints abstracted compositions of strange, spiritual, and surreal places. Jasmine aims to depict narrative scenes that explore the relationship and interactions between figures and the landscapes they exist within. 

Based in Cornwall, UK, Jasmine was the first in her class at Falmouth University, Falmouth School of Art, where she received her BA in fine art. She has exhibited her work in numerous galleries, including The Yare Gallery in Great Yarmouth, Centrespace Gallery in Bristol, and the Tremenheere Gallery in Cornwall. 

Jasmine is a Newlyn Society of Artists member (based in Cornwall, UK).

She has been featured in Drift Magazine, an international print magazine devoted to coffee culture.

Night Time Antics, $3,995

Influenced by the women in her family, Sylvia Batycka uses antique photographs with muted and hazy colors to create a sense of storytelling in her figurative paintings that explore female narratives. Sylvia describes herself as “an archivist,” transcribing photographs of women to her canvas—actively breaking from the constraints of time and connecting the past and present.

Slyvia holds an MFA in fine art from Wimbledon College of Art at the University of London. 

—Recently, she had a solo exhibition at One Paved Court in London.

—She was a finalist for ING Discerning Eye Competition in 2020 and The Ingram Collection Purchase Prize for Young Contemporary Talent in 2019.

Lilly blowing the kiss. 25.12.2020., $1,040

Drawing inspiration from performance theater, Tobias Francis’s oil paintings employ abstracted figures to achieve visual artificiality. Starting with imagery from second-hand books, Tobias blends visual elements from literature and history to depict fictional scenes, allowing the absurd and uncanny to unfold on the canvas.

Tobias received a BA (Honors) in painting from Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland.

He received the John Kinross Scholarship Award from the Royal Scottish Academy in 2021.

Tobias was longlisted for the Robert Walters Group UK New Artist of the Year Award in 2021 and the John Moores Painting Prize in 2020.

Chasing Rainbows, $2,490

Currently living and working in Nanjing, China, artist Kaijia Zheng is deeply interested in Chinese Taoist philosophies and Zen Buddhist teachings. Through her continual study and fascination with these ancient philosophies and schooling, Kaijia has formed her own aesthetic style that incorporates Taoist and Buddhist theories. For example, in the Zen system of thinking, the mirror symbolizes the pure of mind. Similarly, Kaijia sees her paintings as a mirror of herself, acting as a portal into the depths of her unconsciousness and reflecting her inner senses and thoughts. 

Kaijia received her BFA from the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, Italy, and her MFA from the Royal College of Art in London, UK. 

The artist has shown her work in galleries internationally, in cities such as London, Milan, Rome, Paris, and Beijing.

Notable exhibitions include “Seeable and Sayable,” at No Space in Beijing; “White Box Series,” at White Box Art Space in Beijing; “Thumbnails,” at Hockney Gallery in London; “Ten Metaphors,” at Safehouse Gallery in London; and “Simu-Lacres” an online exhibition with No Space in London.