Keith Negley – Emotional Connections – Artist Profile

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Keith Negley is an nationally recognized illustrator with over fifteen years experience working for major newspapers and national magazines. His work has appeared on book covers, children’s books, t-shirts, album covers, posters, skateboard decks, watches and he is a frequent … Read More

Dorian Vallejo – A Beautiful Dance – Artist Profile

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Born into an artistic family, Dorian Vallejo began drawing before he could walk and his first commissions were at the age of eleven. Vallejo’s career began formally in his late teens when he began receiving commissions from publishing houses in … Read More

Steven Kenny – The Power of the Unconscious – Artist Interview

Steven Kenny opens portals into a surrealistic world brimming with beautifully mysterious occurrences and relationships. Loaded with a sophisticated and versatile symbolism, which draws heavily upon Kenny’s profound connection to nature and the animal kingdom, his paintings are captivating explorations … Read More

Rebecca Green – The Infinite and Unanswerable – Artist Interview

Rebecca Green finds wonder and inspiration in the every day. No moment or experience is either too trivial or too grandiose to make an impression on her and work its way into her imagery. Through astute observation and a warm … Read More

Madeline von Foerster – Power Over Nature – Artist Profile

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To create her unusual paintings, Madeline von Foerster uses a five century-old mixed technique of oil and egg tempera, developed by the Flemish Renaissance Masters. Although linked stylistically to the past, her paintings are passionately relevant to the present, as … Read More

Martin Wittfooth – The Expansion of Consciousness – Artist Interview

Through his paintings, Martin Wittfooth presents a world which is dystopian by its very definition. The Earth he depicts is void of human life, and filled with strong symbolic implications that the root cause is of our own making; pricipally … Read More