All in Painting

Paul Hartel

Hartel, from New York, spent his early years there in Buffalo, Jackson Heights, Manhattan, and the Bronx, and has lived and worked in New Jersey, Waterford Ireland, Saint Martin French West Indies, Netherlands Antilles, Washington DC, West Virginia, and now in Sligo Ireland.

Karin Monschauer

Karin Monschauer creates worlds full of shapes and colors with computer graphics software. Her Digital Art creates abstractions of infinite interpretations. The embroidery technique has always fascinated her, allowing to externalize the connection and the interweaving of colors and shapes.

Secundino Hernández

Secundino Hernández's diverse and energetic painting practice resists easy characterisation. His work features intricately structured compositions that mix strong linear elements and rich bursts of colour. Some canvases feature abstracted, atomised forms, while others have more densely overlaid imagery in which it is possible to discern figurative elements.

Charlotte Keates

Charlotte Keates (b. 1990, Somerset, UK) is a London-based artist, represented by Arusha Gallery. She has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and has recently been selected for the prestigious Columbia Threadneedle Prize, Mall Galleries, London – where she was invited to partake in a panel discussion about her work, alongside a select few industry professionals.

Monica Tap

In her work, Monica Tap uses landscape to consider questions of time and history, technology and memory. Her paintings are arrangements assembled from various fragments: outtakes from painting’s history, elements from her own snapshots, colour notes, memory.

Hopper Prize: Great Opportunity for Artist Grants

The Hopper Prize is a granting agency, digital arts platform, and contemporary arts journal that supports individual artists around the world with grants in the amount of $1,000.00.  Twice per year, during Spring and Fall, The Hopper Prize accepts submissions from artists globally, working in any and all media. During each grant cycle, 5 artists are awarded unrestricted grants. The Hopper Prize welcomes submissions from artists residing internationally, with no restrictions on media, genre, or subject matter.