Nicole Gordon – Dehydrated Rainbow – Guest Blog

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‘Dehydrated Rainbow’ by Nicole Gordon With my newest body of work, ‘Dehydrated Rainbow’, I have been primarily focused on the core concept of creativity when over-programming goes away. These dreamscapes represent the internal worlds that we can create when we aren’t … Read More

Michael Kerbow – The Road Ahead – Artist Guest Blog

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‘The Road Ahead’ by Michael Kerbow I used to feel self-conscious if I told someone I was a painter. Compared to professions like teaching or medicine, pursuing art seemed self-indulgent as everything revolved around my interests, or what I wanted … Read More

Julianna Menna – Leap of Faith – Guest Blog

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‘Leap of Faith’ by Julianna Menna Once an artist starts out on a career vector, it usually becomes his or her primary focus of attention. Mastery of any craft takes years of hard work and discipline. When I set out … Read More

Boris Pelcer – Exploring the Unknown – Guest Blog

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‘Exploring the Unknown’ by Boris Pelcer I see myself as a visual explorer that craves to journey into the unknown! I seek to explore that which seems to plague my thoughts: Why am I? Who am I? Why do I … Read More

Lauren Marx – Flesh Blood Bone – Guest Blog

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‘Flesh Blood Bone’ by Lauren Marx On November 5th, I had my largest show in my career so far. The exhibition is titled, Flesh Blood Bone and is currently on view at Corey Helford Gallery. The series is centered around … Read More

Tomasz Alen Kopera – Reaching into the Subconscious – Guest Blog

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‘Reaching into the Subconscious’ by Tomasz Alen Kopera In my work I try to reach to the subconscious. I want to keep the viewer’s attention for a longer moment. I would like the spectator to feel the need for a … Read More

Lara Dann – The Energy Anatomy – Guest Blog

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‘The Energy Anatomy’ by Lara Dann My childhood was one of constant change and disruption. The strongest first impression that I can recall was that of my parents divorcing and my father leaving. That event would be the erupting and … 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

Ana Bagayan – The Land of Abundance – Guest Blog

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‘The Land of Abundance’ by Ana Bagayan Thank you, Tim, for inviting me to contribute to your blog. When I first started writing this article, I was in Kingman, AZ and by the time I finish, I will be somewhere … Read More

Peca – Reflections of a Believer Animal – Guest Blog

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‘Reflections of a Believer Animal’ by Peca Divergent Mind: Gravity fades, objects float, the water rises, beings attract and repel, I fly without control, happy, to discover all, among planets, shooting diamonds and strawberries, my body is crossed painlessly, the … Read More

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