Everything and Everyone Connected
Imaginary landscapes and abstractions with watercolor and India ink.

"In my paintings, everything flows together. Colors, lines and shapes - people places and things are woven into one harmonious, functional system. I want to subtly remind viewers that we humans, in all our diversity, are essentially interconnected, and with thoughtfulness, can function together harmoniously as well."

- Mike Biskup

I'll be in LA and Brooklyn for two editions of The Other Art Fair!
Get complimentary tickets for LA:
http://la.theotherartfair.com/rsvp - Use the code MIKEBISKUP .

Brooklyn Complimentary Tickets:
http://nyc.theotherartfair.com/rsvp (use code MBISKUP)

Email me at mike@mikebiskup.com if you'd like to attend the Private View for collectors for either show.

"Biskup has become a master at spontaneously depicting beautifully colored, and at times, complex paintings of geometric and fluid shapes that inevitably resemble chaotic, but harmoniously interwoven landscapes."

- Alex Khatchadourian, Amadeus Magazine

NOTE - To see my VERY latest work visit my Instagram account. Work there is mostly for sale. Contact me at mike@mikebiskup.com to inquire.

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Hyperbole Exit Strategy - Coloring Book

Now available here...

The Terra Flynn Effect
21" x 14"

Limited edition print available here...

18 x 24"
Watercolor on paper wrapped around panel with cedar frame made by MB.

Spring Sing!
30 x 60"
Watercolor on paper wrapped around panel

Info here...

My Stand at "The Other Art Fair"
Los Angeles 2018
Curated by Saatchiart.com

Never End Before Dawn
18 x 18"
Watercolor and India Ink

24" x 24"

Bright Channel
14.5" x 11"

Captain Zucchini
6" x 15"
India Ink

A framed reproduction of "Queensland"
18 x 24"
Available now via limited.saatchiart.com/mikebiskup

Lena and Alice leafing through some of my work...

Studio Shot - Port Townsend, WA. Taken in preparation for "Windfalls" - Solo Exhibition at Flatcolor Gallery in Seattle.

Photo: Chuck Moses