Beau Stanton – A Fine Balance of Accessiblity and Esotericism – Artist Profile

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A multi-disciplinary artist, Beau Stanton’s work takes the form of paintings, murals, large scale installations, stained glass, and multimedia animations. Focusing on meticulous technique and craft, Stanton’s work is heavily informed by historic ornamentation, religious iconography, and classical painting. A … Read More

Steven Kenny – The Power of the Unconscious – Artist Interview

Steven Kenny opens portals into a surrealistic world brimming with beautifully mysterious occurrences and relationships. Loaded with a sophisticated and versatile symbolism, which draws heavily upon Kenny’s profound connection to nature and the animal kingdom, his paintings are captivating explorations … 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

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