Katita Miller uses collage and pattern to reconstruct events and spaces she can no longer access. Drawing upon distant memories and images, her paintings are maximalist, multilayered surfaces that fluctuate between the mundane and the fantastical. Take a look at Katita’s studio practice here.
Luis Emilio Romero grew up in Guatemala, surrounded by lush green wildlife and an abundance of high-altitude mountains. As a painter, he uses an approach that emphasizes both structure and abstraction. Here's a first-hand look at his studio practice and weaving-inspired paintings.