ct nelson - eclectix


Painter CT Nelson creates fantastic surreal worlds, partly abstracted and partly illustrative – with his more recent works leaning towards less definitive imagery. Channeling visions of science fiction, historical events, trippy hallucinations and vortex swirling motions of weather patterns – his paintings mesmerize and pull you in.


Featured Artist: Alejandro Quincoces

Foggy, hazy and smoggy, the urban landscapes of Alejandro invite you to get dirty and enjoy the flawed city, before it’s gone for good. Roads and power lines are chicken scratched suggestions, muted colors and abstracted shapes recall places we might have been or will be going.

Deborah Oropallo - Eclectix

Northern California artist Deborah Oropallo deconstructs just about every riveting image she constructs, leaving us with a fresh, powerful and unfinished feeling. Her works strike with life’s immediacy – fragmented and torn with upheaval and finished with graphic layered grace.

storm tharp - eclectix

Featured Artist: Storm Tharp

Oregonian Storm Tharp’s portraits are strange and emotive character studies, often distorted and obscured to the verge of being expressionist. Starting out as representational, they evolve into muddled, smeared and abstracted versions of the beginning image – giving them alternate identities. He even supplies his subjects with names, histories and narratives. His inspirations include 1970s American cinema and Japanese portrait prints.

 ​Seung-Hwan OH

Foto Fix: Seung-Hwan OH

​Mixing science and art is one of our favorite combinations and apparently it is photographer Seung-Hwan OH’s passion as well. He combines common bacteria and microbes with water and soaks his film, letting the decomposition begin… or rather, as in his case, the final composition begin. After the image is “destroyed” to his satisfaction, which may take months, he finally scans it before it is completely disintegrated. This series he has appropriately titled Impermanence.