Creating botanical photographs, Atlanta-based photographer Yvonne Boyd is able to abstract and capture the intricate details of flora in new and exciting ways.

 

Drawn from North America’s most prominent cities—New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia—comprise a collection of  contemporary street photography. Capturing landmark monuments as well as the in-between architecture that create a city, a closer look at our everyday surroundings sparks the discovery of something new.

"The city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and the beauty in the world" - F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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"The city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and the beauty in the world" - F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Our newest licensed artist Lana Elanor creates delicate, whimsical pieces from sprouting ferns to the phases of the moon.

Based in Russia, Elanor’s watercolor illustrations are subtle and elegant, lending a fine touch to interiors.

 

Selected from our own Farmboy Fine Arts exclusive artists, our curation features landscapes abstracted by light and shadow.

Highlighting composition found in nature—the curve of the tide, the linear forms of fields of grass—work from artists like Sharon Knight and Mike Lane captures the symmetry and poetry found in nature.

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"Every person has their own color" - Haruki Murakami
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"Every person has their own color" - Haruki Murakami

New work from our own Farmboy Fine Arts artist Enda Bardell features hard-edge geometric patterns.

Working with city skylines and color-blocking, Bardell’s newest paintings exclusively for FBFA are crisp and clean. Nods and references to Minimalism and Modernism (Agnes Martin, Piet Mondrian) occur throughout the collection.

In her most recent body of work created for Farmboy Fine Arts, our own in-house designer Neela Kler has brought together architectural elements in rich, vibrant mixed-media works.

Elegant graphite works incorporate building designs from an upcoming project with the St. Jane Hotel in Chicago. The works are a contemporary interpretation of Art Deco design, which features present throughout the property. Kler’s play with textural detail is evident in her collage work featuring fabrics such as burlap and linen as well as surprising qualities like book cover textures. Minimalist portals and archways beckon viewers into a fantastical world, and ink and paper collages abstract the basic elements of architecture.