Nathalia Suellen – Trapped in a Bad Dream – Artist Profile

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Nathalia Suellen (born 20 February 1989) is a contemporary fine artist and commercial illustrator based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Entirely self-taught, Suellen’s developed a distinctive visual language from a combination of dark art and pop-surrealism. Her current artworks are … Read More

Jaime Molina – People and Their Habits – Artist Profile

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Working initially with printmaking then moving into painting and in recent years, sculpture, Jaime Molina tells tales of characters that, to varying degrees, represent his family and friends. They also portray people and their habits in general – a loose … 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

Niels de Jong – Stairways Leading to New Galaxies – Guest Blog

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‘Stairways Leading to New Galaxies’ by Niels de Jong From as young as I can remember I didn’t like going to school and learning about things such as math and history. The only things I was interested in were drawing … Read More

Allison Sommers – Toying with the Exegesis – Artist Interview

Allison Sommers creates artwork that is both challenging and ambiguous. Simultaneously engaging on both visceral and cerebral levels, Allison’s work incorporates expressionistic interpretations of oddly familiar creatures, which give rise to thoughts and questions about stimulating themes such as, beauty, … Read More