Brandi Milne – Once Upon a Quiet Kingdom – Guest Blog

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‘Once Upon a Quiet Kingdom’ by Brandi Milne Hello WOW x WOW!! My name is Brandi Milne, I’m an artist and I have a big exciting show coming up!! ‘Once Upon a Quiet Kingdom’ opens August 19th at the Corey … Read More

Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak – Animals and Us: Kinds Alike – Guest Blog

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‘Animals and Us: Kinds Alike’ by Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak Our early experiences, discoveries and emotions play an important role in who we become as adults. Certain stories from our childhood have a major impact on our future life and choices. Childhood … Read More

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

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

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

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

Ana Bagayan – Into the Void – Guest Blog

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‘Into the Void’ by Ana Bagayan (Discussing her latest solo show at Hidari Zingaro Gallery, Tokyo, 23rd June – 11 July 2017) The artwork for this show was created during my travels around the perimeter of the United States in … Read More

Lori Nelson – Find My Friends: How to Internet and Also Art – Guest Blog

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‘Find My Friends: How to Internet and Also Art’ by Lori Nelson Squirrels. They’re everywhere in Brooklyn, but especially chattering away in my brain, the little devils. I call the not-unique inability to focus for very long, Squirrely Brain or … Read More

Hikari Shimoda – Is it Happy to Live in this World? – Guest Blog

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‘Is it Happy to Live in this World?’ by Hikari Shimoda It is happy to have a comfortable house, enough food and cloth, in addition get enough education. There are a lot of people whose lives are put in jeopardy … Read More

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