Boris Pelcer – Reverie – Guest Blog

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‘Reverie’ by Boris Pelcer ‘Reverie’ is a visual experiment involving a voluntary confrontation with the unconscious through willful engagement with my own imagination and fantasy. In essence, each piece is shaped by the rich and symbolic narratives that are brought … Read More

Juan Travieso – The Beauty We Are Losing – Artist Profile

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Juan Travieso (born Havana, Cuba 1987), is an artist based in Miami and New York.  His work explores notions of impermanence and decay through a combined language of pop, realism, and abstraction. Figures, be them humans or animals, are broken … Read More

Kit Mizeres – The Importance of Striving to Live a Life of Inspiration as Opposed to Experiencing it Second Hand – Guest Blog

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‘The Importance of Striving to Live a Life of Inspiration as Opposed to Experiencing it Second Hand’ by Kit Mizeres I wanted to talk about some recent revelations I experienced over these past couple of months and have the chance … Read More

Anna Dittmann – Ethereal Grace – Artist Profile

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Anna Dittmann is a digital illustrator from San Francisco with a passion for portraiture, tea and ice cream. She graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design and now lives and freelances in beautiful Scotland. Her work is inspired … Read More

Nicole Gordon – Dehydrated Rainbow – Guest Blog

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‘Dehydrated Rainbow’ by Nicole Gordon With my newest body of work, ‘Dehydrated Rainbow’, I have been primarily focused on the core concept of creativity when over-programming goes away. These dreamscapes represent the internal worlds that we can create when we aren’t … Read More

Sam Octigan – Historical Resonance – Artist Profile

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Sam Octigan is a visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. His practice typically centres with painting on canvas, exploring the intersection of narrative and abstract form. Endlessly fascinated from a young age with the visual image and how we as … Read More

Nicomi Nix Turner – The Dying Thought – Guest Blog

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‘The Dying Thought’ by Nicomi Nix Turner We have been so governed by the idea of flags: our symbol of ownership and dominion of people and land. In ‘The Dying Thought’, archetypes traverse barren dreamscapes, bearing dominion over themselves, their … Read More

Sally Deng – Connecting Past and Present – Artist Profile

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Sally Deng grew up in a dual existence between living for months in China and traveling back to Los Angeles where her family owned a diner in downtown Los Angeles. This presence of opposites coming together is a recurring theme … Read More

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