Ryan Sullivan was once on Forbes list of 30 under 30 in Art and Design. I wasn't familiar with him so I went to learn more.
His large paintings consist of oil paint, latex, wax, enamel, and polymer paints. He keeps his concept simple stating: “There’s something closely linked between the image that you see, the process of making it and the material. There’s nothing else. There’s no subject matter tacked on top of that, it’s much more about how closely those things can be bound together.”
They remind me of an oil slick or satellite view of a planet. I bet they look amazing in person!