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Title: Diffraction Polychrome

Artist: Jean Pierre Yvaral

Title: Double Star by Robert A. Heinlein

Artist: Frank Kelly Freas

Astounding Science Fiction magazine interior illustration

Title: Downtown No. 19

Artist: Gottfried Helnwein

Title: Empty Template

Artist: Nicholas Grenier

Title: En El Fondo De La Noche

Artist: Manuel Mendive

At the bottom of the Night

Title: Engulfed

Artist: Henrik Uldalen

Figurative painter Uldalen explores a dark, shrouded atmosphere with ‘Engulfed’, revelling in a zone between desire and resistance that finds beauty in a dreamlike state clouded by shadow. Uldalen focuses on expression and coded reference over realistic depiction — though the results often fall within that category as the artist meditates on classic renaissance figural work. Such heavy use of black recalls the dramatically lit figural reliefs of Caravaggio blurred in motion, the movement suggested in the painting a static capture of violence or exposure as a form recoils or opens itself, whilst a hand reaches out or balls itself into a fist.

Title: Entrapment

Artist: Darina Karpov

Title: Entropy

Artist: Tim Townsley


Title: Europa's Bull

Artist: Michael Bergt

Title: Excentrique No. 21

Artist: Mirka Lugosi

Title: Eyeball Jog

Artist: Charlie Immer

Oil on panel

Title: Fantastic Voyage

Artist: Ekundayo

Title: Fat Dancer

Artist: Michael Ferris

Title: Fire

Artist: Alice Briggs

Title: Flag Still

Artist: Sun Xun

Title: Flora in Blue

Artist: Renee Portocarrero

Title: Flora Still

Artist: Sun Xun

Title: Flower Series

Artist: Dennis Wojtkiewicz

Title: Formality Vortex

Artist: Matthew Stone

Title: Geometria Fantastica X

Artist: Jose Luis Sanchez Rull

Title: George W-Skull & Bones

Artist: Pat Oliphant

Title: Goldfish

Artist: Hyungsub Shin

Title: Gravedigger

Artist: Aaron Johnson

Johnson’s art manifests through a harnessed combination of chance and design — a splash of paint, poured haphazardly direct from a tin to the translucent stretched plastic canvas, becomes a vivid and carnivalesque writhing of forms through a series of delicate, figure-finding embellishments. “Gravedigger”s lively drama of sex, violence and death combines with the strong palette to suggest some Día de Muertos revelation and ceremony. The chromatic aberrations in the cloudy fields of colour come from the unlikely source of paint — collected over time from the artist’s brushes as they’re washed after use, then left to sit and split into separately oxidising layers.

Title: Grotesque Scene

Artist: Oscar De Las Flores