Adam Caldwell paints the harsh realities of the world and portrays them as if you are in a dream. Artist Adam Caldwell’s work is based on his reactions to social issues such as war and consumerism. When viewing his art you will see several layers unfold. Caldwell’s work incorporates images from American advertisements & popular culture and rituals from around the world. While also exhibiting an almost dreamlike quality in its execution, the images in his paintings merge together to create a story and draw the viewer into the world that he’s created. 

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Popping pastel and primary colors.

Exquisite line work.

Articulate fluidity.

Graphic splatters.

Are all elements that convey a story of Black struggle, beauty, and identity in modern America, and they are included in Atlanta artist Craig Singleton’s ---aka C Flux Sing's--- new collection of paintings entitled Heavy Clouds. The exhibit is located at the ArtsXchange’s Jack Sinclair Gallery in East Point, Georgia. Organized by the gallery's Curator Courtney Brooks, the show opened on December 14th. 

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Earlier this year in Shrewsbury, a small village in the western England country, a nine-year-old boy named Joe Whale had a problem with his school. Joe had caught flack for doodling in class, and the school’s limited art courses weren’t much practice. His creativity didn’t have a surface to explore. Determined to encourage his artistic development, Joe’s parents, Greg and Nessa Whale enrolled Joe in local after-school art courses. Soon after, thanks to a sociable art teacher, an agreeable restaurant, and a talented young artist, a new wimmelbilder style art exhibit went on display in town. 

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