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Brooke Holm

For the Fall 2019 Affordable Art Fair, Uprise Art shares new works from Brooke Holm, Laura Naples, Chloe Fields, and Kayla Plosz Antiel.



  • Kayla Plosz AntielRaleigh, NC

    Kayla Plosz Antiel (b. 1987) is a Candian-born artist living and working in Raleigh, North Carolina. Kayla approaches her work as an exploration of color, focusing on subtle shifts within monochromatic, analogous, and complementary schemes. Her extensive visual vocabulary incorporates folk and craft-inspired motifs with organic and geometric forms.

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  • Chloe FieldsPortland, OR

    Chloe Fields (b. 1987) is an artist and designer living in Portland, Oregon. Working primarily with soft pastel pencils on textured paper, she explores forms that feel unique yet familiar, simple but thought-provoking. She is interested in the representation of juxtapositions in her work, such as humor and restraint, minimalism and maximalism, color space and vacant space. Her experience in writing, letterpress printing, and design all inform her approach to process and composition. Her work has been noted by Sight Unseen and Man Repeller.

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  • Laura NaplesCleveland, OH

    Laura Naples (b. 1979) is an artist based in Hudson, Ohio. Laura's work explores the energy of wonder she perceives in the natural world and objects shaped by human hands. A former graphic designer, dancer, and calligraphy artist, Laura senses the subtleties of form, rhythm, and line. She applies diluted acrylic washes to canvas and paper, allowing water to diffuse pigments into gradient textures. Contrasts unfold across stances of surrender and intention as she layers gestural marks; then, accents alignments with linework. Laura cultivates rituals of meditation, movement, and self-inquiry that are fostered, infused, and embodied in her work.

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  • Brooke HolmBrooklyn, NY

    Brooke Holm (b. 1987) is an Australian/American photographer working across editorial, commercial and fine art projects. Brooke’s aesthetic and photographic sensibility has sparked interest from many corners of the world. This, combined with her instinctual love for nature, travel and the desire to question the way things are, has largely contributed to her fine art practice and its constant evolution. While not shooting landscapes around the world, Brooke lives and works in New York City where she continues to collaborate with likeminded creative on still life, architectural, and design projects.

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Booth B2 at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, New York

New York, NY


Sep 26, 2019-Sep 29, 2019