Stanton, a painter and a muralist, created these, images of the human head that look almost like traditional stained glass (they were back-lit). They are enamel on leaded stained glass back-lit in an LED light frame. Find out more about the artist HERE. Some of Stanton's images (not these) call to mind drawings of "futuristic" flying machines from the 1890s, the kind of thing they used to use in old Monty Pythom animation.
Vergara is an Argentine-born artist now living in Spain whose small pieces depict pastorals scenes of people--except the people are not there. Their clothing, their animals and their habitat all remain clear but they are left to our imagination. They beg us to ask ourselves a variety of questions; think of yourself from years ago. Where is that person? Are you the same?