4 Artists and Photographers to Follow First on D Emptyspace
If you’ve downloaded the D Emptyspace app you probably want to find some amazing artists to connect with and to provide some inspiration for your own galleries. While the app just launched a few weeks ago, there are already thousands of incredible galleries to explore. (We’re overjoyed shocked and humbled at the incredible response!)
Here are a few of the people you should follow right away! (Just hit the search button in the tap bar on the D Emptyspace app and type the artist’s handle to find their works instantly. Or click the link to see the gallery on your desktop or phone.)
Kurt Caddy — @kurtcaddyart
“Beauty is all around, often hiding among the mundane and the ordinary. These abstract photos are layered in color, revealing their beauty and wonder.”
Kurt Caddy is an artist based in Bolivar, Missouri. His artwork focuses on spirituality themes and connects on a deep emotional and spiritual level. Working with textured layers of mineral pigment and paint, his art entices viewers to feel the divine mysteries of hope, sorrow, brokenness, peace, sacrifice, and grace.
Cande Aguilar @barriopop
Cande Aguilar is a multimedia artist working from deep within Texas in a small town bordering Mexico. Addressing the juxtaposing and colorful themes of Mexican and American culture, he “carves” out each artwork in his home studio. Aguilar composes his works on panels of wood and draws inspiration from the drawings of his children, the environment around him, and popular culture. He goes as far as to customize the surfaces he displays his art on, giving his galleries a unique edge on the D Emptyspace app.
Myang’s landscapes invoke dramatic emotion and melancholy in viewers. Bordering on the dystopian, the artist uses a combination of watercolor and pencil to achieve a dreamlike look. Often monotone and muted, each landscape is a mesmerizing exploration of texture and tone.
Daniel Huete — @danielhuete
Born in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Daniel Huete’s striking photography documents the beauty of everyday life and culture in various Asian countries. Currently based in Bangkok, he’s currently exploring a project rooted in his family and heritage. Huete’s affinity for bold colors, sharp and intricate textures, and high-contrast lighting make his photography dramatic and bold. Each photo is vivid snapshot into the everyday life of cultures far removed from first-world western society. (Curious about Daniel? Read our extended interview with him.)
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