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Collector’s Favorites: June’s Best-Selling Artists
Ever wonder what other people are buying for their personal art collections? Although your tastes may differ, seeing what others are buying can help you discover new artists whose works you might not otherwise have considered.
Below, meet 5 artists who have proven to be our collectors’ favourites. For more ideas, explore our recently sold works and contact our curators who can help you find similar works within your budget.
Maja Dookic Mihajlovic
Serbian artist Maja Đokić Mihajlović graduated from the Belgrade Faculty of Fine Arts in 1999. Her vibrant and energetic paintings depict bustling European ports and cities, as well as engaging landscapes and still lifes in a style that reflects a unique homage to the Post. -Impressionists. Her work has been exhibited throughout Europe and can be found in numerous private and corporate collections around the world. See more of Maja’s work here.
Based in Los Angeles, K’era Morgan is a mixed-media painter with a passion for textile traditions from around the world. K’era graduated with a BFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, and after a decade dedicated to a career in public relations, she has returned to her studio practice since 2017. Her collage paintings, as well as her products textiles, have been featured in publications such as Vanity Fair and GQ, and can also be found in independent boutiques, private residences, and art collections around the world. See more of Kera’s work here.
Artist James Collins translates architecture and geometry into two-dimensional paintings. He currently explores the concept of a space within a space by layering architectural images with unrelated elements to make viewers work to find new relationships. Based in East Kent, James earned his Master of Arts from Canterbury University of Creative Arts and a PGCE in Art and Design from Canterbury Christ Church University. His work has been exhibited in various group and solo shows throughout the UK. See more of James’ work here.
Los Angeles artist Cody Bayne explores time, impermanence, codified vernaculars, identity, and place in his expressionist neo-urbanist mixed media works. Cody is drawn to the beauty of the discarded. He sources found materials from cities around the world which he then reassembles in his studio to create a unique, yet familiar urban vernacular. Cody was selected as a 2016 Rising Star, and his work is in collections across the United States, Canada, and Europe. See more of Cody’s work here.
Originally from India and now based in Southern California, Arun Prem approaches painting as a way to commemorate and celebrate life, while also processing and embracing challenges. Arun paints every day; he begins by making brush drawings inspired by photographs he has taken, and then builds on this foundation with oil paint, charcoal, and other mediums. Arun is a member of the San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild and received the second place Award of Excellence in the Guild’s group show in 2019. See more of Arun’s work here.
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