My favorite living artist is Howard Hodgkin. He makes me see the world differently, especially when I am drawn into one of his large pictures in a gallery.
In particular I like the way he draws attention to the way we frame how we see reality. Once we notice our frames, we realize that ‘we see the world as we are not as it is’ as the Torah puts it. And this is an invaluable insight for all conflict work: there is my frame of the conflict reality and the other side’s frame and we need to understand both. Here is an example of his work: