Show Stoppers

21 Artworks

These large-scale artworks are what we dub show stoppers. Allow your collection to come together around these bold centerpieces.

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Diamond Overtakes Diamond by Aschely Vaughan Cone
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The Concept of Time Seems To Have Faded by Joe Geis
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Asleep on the Train by Aliza Cohen
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Murmurations (Luster) - Commissioned Work by Christina Watka
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High Noon by Lindsey Cuenca Walker
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thirteen questions on unlined paper by Kristin Texeira
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Canopy 5 by Keiko Kamata
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Sea Air by Holly Addi
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Avalanche by Erin Lynn Welsh
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The Chair's Shadow by Kristin Texeira
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Square Dance 1 by Vicki Sher
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Locus Square (diptych) by Laura Naples
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Windfall II by Anna Beeke
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Spoken by Karina Bania
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Birth of Venus by Senem Oezdogan
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IT'S A DEAL NOW REVEAL by Ruth Freeman
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Stand or Fall by Christian Nguyen
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Jupiter by John Platt
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A Gentle Let Down by Adrian Kay Wong
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billions 1 by Ward Roberts
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Between two endings / I land, just to pick up and / start over again by Nina Stolz Bellucci

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