Robert Bowen – Overstepping Our Boundaries – Artist Interview

Robert Bowen lives and works in San Francisco where he creates his incredibly unique brand of bold, iconographic images. Having initially been involved in street art and graffiti, Bowen became particularly interested in the more unusual and figurative styles of … Read More

Robert MacKenzie – Delicious Ambiguity – Artist Interview

Robert Mackenzie is a San Francisco native, who currently lives and works in New York City. His artistic skills know no bounds, as MacKenzie is constantly challenging himself within multiple disciplines. Having trained as an animator, Robert now works as … Read More

Dan May – What Lies Within – Artist Interview

Dan May is a master of visual narrative and his work is steeped in emotion and mystery. Stemming from personal life experiences, the characters and scenarios that flow from May’s brushes have their origins in his own joy and sadness. … Read More

Kelly Vivanco – Investigating Lands of Wonder – Artist Interview

Kelly Vivanco taps into the well of exuberant imagination and wonder we all share in our childhood and which has the habit of diminishing as we grow older. Fueled by her subconscious and the magical scenarios from her dreams, Kelly … Read More

Erlend Tait – A Glorious Struggle – Artist Interview

Erlend Tait is a fine artist and also an accomplished stained glass artist from the Black Isle in the Highlands of Scotland. Drawing inspiration from the history and mythology of his Orcadian and wider Scottish heritage, Erlend has developed a … Read More

Helice Wen – Life’s Unexpressed Conflicts – Artist Interview

Helice Wen is a fine artist and illustrator currently living and working in San Francisco. Having spent the initial years of her art career illustrating children’s books, Wen is now focusing her attention on exhibiting within the New Contemporary gallery … Read More

Hannah Faith Yata – A Matter of Respect – Artist Interview

Hannah Faith Yata’s art addresses the objectification of women and the exploitation of nature, and she draws a parallel between these transgressions within her work. Inspired by psychology, feminist literature and her own experiences as a woman, Hannah calls upon … Read More

Peca – The Great Enigma – Artist Interview

Peca’s art transports us to a cosmos inhabited by mystical beings who act as our guides and mentors through it’s enigmatic existential terrain. The peaceful anthropomorphic residents of Peca’s universe carry great wisdom and impart their knowledge, when we are … Read More

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