JR Slattum – What Feelings and Thoughts Look Like – Artist Profile

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JR Slattum is a self-taught artist, his work entering the surreal world of innerspace. After a near-death experience in 2007, inspired by a personal enlightenment, Slattum fell into a world of paint. Using the point of the paintbrush as a … Read More

Tim Lee – Getting a Splinter or Two – Artist Interview

In Tim Lee’s artwork, it is not unusual for the dead to rise from their graves, emerging from their coffins clutching folk guitars, or pistols, or copious quantities of moonshine… or all of the above. These curious characters appear to … Read More

Scott Listfield – Living in the Future – Artist Profile

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Scott Listfield is known for his paintings featuring a lone exploratory astronaut lost in a landscape cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Scott grew up in Boston, MA and studied art at Dartmouth College. … Read More

Boris Pelcer – Exploring the Unknown – Guest Blog

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‘Exploring the Unknown’ by Boris Pelcer I see myself as a visual explorer that craves to journey into the unknown! I seek to explore that which seems to plague my thoughts: Why am I? Who am I? Why do I … Read More

Winnie Truong – A Subliminal Space – Artist Profile

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Winnie Truong’s drawing practice is centered around her interest in exploring the status of coloured pencil as a nostalgic and seemingly juvenile tool unbridled by the complications of art history and adult life. Her large-scale drawings are an equal balance … Read More

Bob Dob – Life Isn’t Always Good Times – Artist Interview

Artist and illustrator, Bob Dob, is a master at nurturing and cultivating the memories of his youth, and these lie at the very heart of the narratives and characters he loves to develop and explore in his art. While tapping … Read More