At first glance you might think "Swoon" when you look at Iurato's work--and there are clear similarities. Look closer however and you see more differences than similarities. These pieces are more refined (and "refined" here doesn't mean better or worse, just different). Swoon's expressive, almost wild, style contrasts with these sharper lines and pieces of wood that look like they came from Home Depot instead of a dumpster. Again, this isn't a value judgment. I love stuff painted on stuff acquired via dumpster diving or purchase from Home Depot.
Cyrcle's two pieces are acrylic and of very different subject; one is a sort of pop art message piece and the other a landscape that seems familiar and unreal at the same time. The landscape reminds me, oddly, of some thing almost Native American. A Zuni bear might not be out of place in it.