Eric Shaw’s work is indicative of painting’s continued longevity, even well into the digital age. His paintings begin as drawings, but not in the most traditional sense. Sketching first on an app on his smartphone, he then translates the drawing from the small screen to the canvas in acrylic paint. Shaw’s paintings are energized with his use of punchy color, flat forms, and slick surfaces, making paintings that look like the work of a latter-day Pop artist with a funky digital edge. His application of large fields of paint in decidedly millennial color ways feels like a fresh take on his Pop predecessors like Roy Lichtenstein and John Wesley- bright, bold, and brilliant.