Jennybird Alcantara – Charming the Wilds – Artist Profile

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Jennybird Alcantara’s work explores mystery, transformation and the sacred. Existing between a waking and dream state, the archetypal anthropomorphic is nature fable and divinity exemplified. Taking inspiration from the symbol rich mythological and religious works of the Renaissance, as well … 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

Kevin Peterson – Through this Broken World – Artist Profile

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Kevin Peterson was born in 1979 in Elko, Nevada. After a childhood which included stints in Nevada, Michigan and Washington, Kevin arrived in Texas in 1996. He studied art and psychology at Austin College in Sherman, TX. He received degrees … Read More

Sandra Yagi – The Living Dead – Artist Profile

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Sandra Yagi was raised in suburban Denver Colorado, the oldest of a typical suburban middle class family. From an early age, she loved science, especially biology, and drawing. Yagi’s parents instilled in her an ethics of getting a “useful” education … Read More

Frank Gonzales – Glitches of Uncertainty – Artist Profile

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Frank Gonzales is an American contemporary artist who is rapidly gaining recognition from collectors throughout the US and Europe. He explores classical subjects, organic and geometrical shapes, color theory and composition. Gonzales was born in Mesa, Arizona where he received … Read More

Scott G. Brooks – The Carnival Bizarre – Artist Profile

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Scott G. Brooks is an American artist, originally from Mt. Morris, Michigan, a suburb just north of Flint, but he currently lives and works in Washington, DC. His paintings are primarily figurative, and range from simple portraiture to intricate narratives. … Read More

Sandra Yagi – The Thin Veneer of Humanity – Artist Interview

Sandra Yagi’s art reaches far beyond the anatomical precision with which her subject matter is rendered. Driven by an obsessive curiosity and inspired by her deep fascination for the natural sciences, mythology, contemporary culture and the macabre, Yagi explores the … Read More

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