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Exhibited Artists

Below is a selection of artists who have exhibited at beinArt Gallery. Click on an artist’s thumbnail to see their available works in our stock room.

*Please note: If you would like to be notified when we have new artworks available by a particular artist, please contact us.

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  • Dan Quintana

    Dan Quintana

    Dan Quintana (United States) paints eerie, goddess-like figures immersed in figurative and ethereal worlds. The extensive time spent on each figure is apparent, as their staggering precision grips one’s attention in an instant.
  • Alex Garant

    Alex Garant

    Alex Garant (Canada) decided to truly commit to her passion for Arts after suffering from a heart attack in 2012, changing forever how she would see the world. 
Garant uses patterns, duplication of elements,  symmetry and image superposition as key elements of her imagery.
  • Adrian Cox

    Adrian Cox

    Adrian Cox’s (Missouri, USA) “Sensory Garden” presents a glimpse into the lives of the Border Creatures, a race of hybrid beings that inhabit the lush wilderness of the Borderlands.
  • Naoto Hattori

    Naoto Hattori

    Naoto Hattori’s (Japan) psychedelic paintings are created spontaneously and unravel like a stream of consciousness from his mind. He tries not to over analyse or censor his work.
  • Adipocere

    Adipocere

    Adipocere (Australia) uses embroidery to create his own visuals inspired by a fascination with the macabre. He combines themes of innocence with an unsettling and sinister melancholy, referring to many of his works as ‘emotional self-portraiture’.
  • Chris Leib

    Chris Leib

    Chris Leib (USA) meticulously layered and detailed paintings provide his subjects with a corporeal quality that pull us into their narrative and culture references.
  • Jana Brike

    Jana Brike

    Jana Brike's (Latvia) paintings are inspired by folklore, fairy tales, children's book illustrations, imaginative Soviet animated films, classical paintings and most of all, life. In her work, she explores the internal space and state of a human soul - dreams, longing, love, pain, growing up and self-discovery.
  • Redd Walitzki

    Redd Walitzki

    Redd Walitzki (United States) paints sensual portraits of ethereal, yet feral women. She paints on intricate laser cut panels that are influenced by the Rococo ornamentation of her native Bavaria.
  • Johnson Tsang

    Johnson Tsang

    Johnson Tsang Cheung Shing 曾章成 (Hong Kong) was born in 1960. Tsang's works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques with surrealist and illusionistic imagery.
  • Miles Johnston

    Miles Johnston

    Miles Johnston's (United Kingdom) meticulous illusionistic drawings are made to function as open ended visual metaphors for the viewer to contemplate and place themselves within.
  • Esao Andrews

    Esao Andrews

    Esao Andrews' (United States) makes dark and mysterious, yet warm and tender paintings of imaginary worlds.
  • Shaun Tan

    Shaun Tan

    Shaun Tan (Australia) is best known for illustrated books that deal with social, political and historical subjects through surreal, dream-like imagery.
  • Casey Weldon

    Casey Weldon

    Casey Weldon (USA) utilizes a bright, vibrating hyper-chromatic palette and carefully constructs layers of neon glaze to create a supernatural glow, almost as though the painting is illuminated from within.
  • Sam Yong

    Sam Yong (Melbourne, Australia) is a self-taught painter from Melbourne. He works across different traditional media.
  • Chet Zar

    Chet Zar

    Chet Zar (USA) is notable for his dark visual art, make-up effects, and digital animation. He is most widely known for his work with Tool's music and live videos.
  • Beau White

    Beau White (Australia) is a hyperrealist and figurative oil painter who uses nightmarish imagery and absurdism to explore the darker side of the human condition.
  • Ronit Baranga

    Ronit Baranga

    Ronit Baranga (Israel) is known for her bizarre sculptural works, which include a series of ceramic tablewares hybridised with human body parts: open mouths, protruding tongues, and gouging fingers.
  • Rodrigo Luff

    Rodrigo Luff

    Rodrigo Luff’s (Australia) palette is vibrant and his sense of light luminous. He explores a feeling of the otherworldly by capturing his subjects in trance-like dream states, suspended in mysterious atmospheres.
  • Jean-Pierre Arboleda

    Jean-Pierre Arboleda

    Jean-Pierre Arboleda’s (USA) obsession with animals and nature has grown to encompass topics that concern issues of evolutionary change, environmental toxicity, and war.
  • David O'brien

    David O’Brien

    David O’Brien (Australia) is a Melbourne artist who has exhibited paintings, sculpture, drawings and prints,with his work increasingly focussed on oil painting.
  • Scott Scheidly

    Scott Scheidly

    Scott Scheidly (United States) is most famous for his “Pink Series”, in which he depicts notorious dictators, Hollywood celebrities, and contemporary politicians bathed in hues of pinks and purples, presenting a satirical analysis of power, corruption, and masculinity.
  • Tim Molloy

    Tim Molloy (New Zealand) makes weird art, mostly in the form of comics and watercolour paintings. He is inspired by the occult, religion, horror, science fiction, psychedelia and a lifetime of bizarre dreams.
  • Gerard Geer

    Gerard Geer

    Gerard Geer (Melbourne, Australia) utilises a combination of naturalistic articulation of animal specimens and amalgamations of interspecific forms to create fantastical hybrid creatures.
  • Pamela Wilson

    Pamela Wilson

    Pamela Wilson (USA) has built a reputation for works of art that transcend the commonplace to enter the realm of the otherworldly. She develops haunting images which create a remarkably compelling narrative.
  • Charlie Immer

    Charlie Immer

    Charlie Immer (USA) enjoys dissecting his subjects which creates a contrast between colourful simple characters and the complex beauty of the anatomy within them.
  • Courtney Brims

    Courtney Brims

    Courtney Brims (Australia) work explores her curiosity with the natural world, specifically the interplay between prey and predator through adaptation and metamorphosis.
  • Cinta Vidal

    Cinta Vidal

    Cinta Vidal (Spain) defies gravity and architectural conventions to create encapsulated scenes of intersecting perspectives.
  • Kit King & Oda

    Kit King & Oda

    Kit King & Corey Oda Popp (Canada) are a husband and wife oil painting duo known for their edgy hyperrealistic portraits.
  • Ben Howe

    Ben Howe

    Ben Howe (Australia) has explored the nature of consciousness, his own personal history and the incongruities of memory through his artwork, in a career which has taken him to England, Germany, China and the USA.
  • Dan May

    Dan May

    Dan May's (United States) detail-intensive works have become widely recognized for their dreamlike ability to transcend the natural states of space and time.
  • David Stoupakis

    David Stoupakis

    David Stoupakis' (United States) works have always been focused on the evocation of dreamlike landscapes and psychologically complex characters often caught in the gloomy atmosphere of dramatic, apocalyptic scenarios.
  • Lauren Marx

    Lauren Marx

    Lauren Marx (USA) connects the animal world to the cosmos. This strange universe made of decaying animals is in a constant state of flux, where degeneration gives way to a grotesque kind of growth.
  • Elizabeth Mcgrath

    Elizabeth McGrath

    Elizabeth McGrath (United States) has always had an eye for the tortured beauty in the grotesqueries of life; this appreciation is nowhere more evident than in her work.