Julianna Menna – Leap of Faith – Guest Blog

posted in: Guest Blogs | 0

‘Leap of Faith’ by Julianna Menna Once an artist starts out on a career vector, it usually becomes his or her primary focus of attention. Mastery of any craft takes years of hard work and discipline. When I set out … Read More

Teagan White – Macabre Poetry – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

Teagan White is a freelance illustrator specializing in intricate drawings of flora and fauna, playful watercolors of animal characters, and illustrated typography. She is very interested in nature’s subtle, gentle reciprocity and wild, tragic discord, and combines this inspiration with … Read More

Alex Gross – Antisocial Network – Artist Interview

Within the emotionally charged and powerfully discerning art of Alex Gross, we are treated to scenes of both dreamlike surreality and slabs of hard hitting reality, which dish up copious disturbing home truths, while asking us to confront our modern … Read More

Ryan Heshka – Displaced Retro – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

Ryan Heshka was born in Manitoba, Canada, and grew up in Winnipeg. Fueled by long prairie winters, he spent a lot of his childhood drawing, building cardboard cities and making super 8 films. Early influences that persist to this day … Read More

Laurie Hogin – Contemporary Expressions – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

For the past 20 years, the work of Laurie Hogin has consisted primarily of allegorical paintings of mutant plants and animals in languishing, overgrown landscape settings or posed as though for classical still life or portraiture. Her current interests include … Read More

Jamie Adams – Subterranean Narratives – Artist Interview

By assembling a melange of nostalgically inspired melodrama, artist Jamie Adams beckons to our subconscious, urging it to follow his own into the rabbit hole on a quest for the ever vital artistic holy grail; a glimpse into the human … Read More

Samuli Heimonen – Footprints of a Wolf – Guest Blog

posted in: Guest Blogs | 2

‘Footprints of a Wolf’ by Samuli Heimonen I’ve been painting pictures of animals for quite some time now. Everything I do has a surreal undercurrent. My paintings are not typical animal paintings, because they don’t focus primarily on animals, but … Read More

Sam Rodriguez – Social, Historic and Cultural Hybridity – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

Sam Rodriguez is based out of San José, California and as seen his work shown in public art spaces, museums, companies, galleries and in editorial publications. For a number of years he was self-taught through the graffiti scene, until he … Read More