Curator’s Picks

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We have had another exceptional month at EDO with lots of new members on our mailing list and lots of new collectors picking up great pieces.
Here are some more of our favorite pieces from the past two weeks, three pieces that are definitely worth a second look! First, be sure to check out Samuel Araya’s newest fantastic and mythological mixed media painting, “She is the Northern Star”. Next up we a piece from Grant Cooley, “Solace”, which experiments with the texture of the wood grain and paint to create a Nymph portrait. And last but not least, Naomi VanDoren has created a romantic and whimsical watercolor piece “Perfect Company”. Check out all three of these Curator’s Picks below!

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She is the northern star.

by Samuel Araya

Omae wa mō shindeiru”

-Kenshiro

$400 $400

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Assistant and part of team Every Day Original.
Odera is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design,
where they earned their BFA in Illustration.
At Brown University, Odera studied movement-theater
and west African dance with New Works/World Traditions.
As an illustrator, Odera loves to explore storytelling through character archetypes, afro-diasporic mythologies, and magical girl transformation sequences. In Odera's spare time, you can find them taking plenty of dance breaks , discussing the identity politics of RPG characters, and trying to combo break the internet.






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Solace

by Grant Cooley

“Solace” is the first in an ongoing series of images that I “excavate” from a textured surface. I approached this painting with a loose concept of what I wanted to create, but then explored the surfaces of several birch panels to find some naturally converging lines that created an aesthetic of their own. After doing a loose drawing, I carved and sanded the board following many of these natural lines and allowed the painting to grow from there. The horns allow much of the stained wood grains to show through with only a few painted highlights to emphasize the curves. The painting/sculpture is very light weight and can be mounted directly to the wall, in a shadow box or in a raised border-less frame.

$100 $100

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Assistant and part of team Every Day Original.
Odera is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design,
where they earned their BFA in Illustration.
At Brown University, Odera studied movement-theater
and west African dance with New Works/World Traditions.
As an illustrator, Odera loves to explore storytelling through character archetypes, afro-diasporic mythologies, and magical girl transformation sequences. In Odera's spare time, you can find them taking plenty of dance breaks , discussing the identity politics of RPG characters, and trying to combo break the internet.






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Perfect Company

by Naomi VanDoren

A still moment in time.

 

5 x 7 inches

Watercolor and colored pencil on watercolor paper
Matted and framed.

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Assistant and part of team Every Day Original.
Odera is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design,
where they earned their BFA in Illustration.
At Brown University, Odera studied movement-theater
and west African dance with New Works/World Traditions.
As an illustrator, Odera loves to explore storytelling through character archetypes, afro-diasporic mythologies, and magical girl transformation sequences. In Odera's spare time, you can find them taking plenty of dance breaks , discussing the identity politics of RPG characters, and trying to combo break the internet.






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