Steve Chmilar – Feeling the Frequency – Artist Interview

The captivating imagery of artist Steve Chmilar stems from a purely distilled source of inspiration, one which derives from a finely tuned mental state far removed from self- conscious thought and the perilous ego. Combining his love for the innovation … Read More

Laurie Hogin – Contemporary Expressions – Artist Profile

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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

Troy Brooks – The B-Girls – Artist Interview

The enigmatic charm of the somewhat androgynous, yet undeniably glamourous female protagonists who take centre stage within Troy Brooks’s imagery, beckon us into their tales of mystery and peril with a beguiling magnetism. Painted with his signature elongation, the Women … Read More

Danny Malboeuf – On – Off – On – Guest Blog

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‘On – Off – On’ by Danny Malboeuf I know a place in the forest. A secluded and unique place. Deep in the shadow of ancient trees and dew soaked ferns there is a gentle cliff that looks down two-hundred … Read More

Kevin Sloan – The End of the Street – Artist Interview

Kevin Sloan’s ‘allegorical realism’ occupies a fascinating territory where the natural world and humanity’s cultural contributions collide. The deliberately awkward interchanges that occur give rise to relationships which at first may strike us as unbalanced, although on closer inspection display … Read More

Erik Thor Sandberg – Of Vice and Virtue – Artist Profile

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Erik Thor Sandberg approaches each composition as if it were a conversation between the artist and the viewer. The dialogue thus generated by his work always questions and attempts to define human identity (and scraps thereof). Using symbolism both established … Read More

Kevin Sloan – A Deeper Level – Artist Profile

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Appropriating the aesthetic of John James Audubon, Kevin Sloan explores the poetic dimensions of nature using a representational, scientific style. His images of the natural world feature intricately rendered birds that evoke Audubon’s realist approach and taxonomic faithfulness. Yet Sloan, … Read More

Martin Wittfooth – The Expansion of Consciousness – Artist Interview

Through his paintings, Martin Wittfooth presents a world which is dystopian by its very definition. The Earth he depicts is void of human life, and filled with strong symbolic implications that the root cause is of our own making; pricipally … Read More

Josh Keyes – Artefacts from the Dystopian Museum – Artist Interview

Josh Keyes, like so many of us, is deeply concerned by the consequences humanity’s actions are wreaking on our environment and their harmful impact on the Earth and it’s future. Shooting from this standpoint, Keyes composes allegorical dystopian visions which … Read More