Brad Gray – Gravity Versus Humour – Artist Interview

Artist Brad Gray lives life to the fullest. In his forty-seven years, he has lived and worked in over ten countries, plugging himself into the culture and communities of each, searching out opportunities for himself and his family, spiritedly absorbing … Read More

Gianluca ‘Tenia’ Gambino – Fragility and Brevity – Artist Profile

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Born in 1986, in Sicily, exactly in Catania a baroque city par excellence. Tenia’s career starts as an illustrator/digital painter at the age of 25 years. This industrious man, art enthusiast since his childhood, is a self-taught illustrator who translates … Read More

Gerald Brom – Satiating Demons – Artist Profile

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Born in the deep dark south in the mid-sixties, Gerald Brom, an army brat, spent his entire youth on the move and unabashedly blames living in such places as Japan, Hawaii, Germany, and Alabama for all his afflictions. From his … Read More

Brad Gray – The Complexities of the Human Story – Artist Profile

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Born in Germany to English parents in 1971, Brad Gray has travelled widely, living and working in Ireland, England, Saudi Arabia, Borneo, Colorado, Sardinia, Vietnam, South Africa, and China. After two years serving in the Marines, Brad enrolled in Illustration … Read More

Jenna Andersen – Land of Limbo – Artist Interview

The meticulously intricate work of artist and illustrator Jenna Andersen is filled with mysterious uncertainty and often gives rise to auras of tension and disquietude. This comes as no real surprise, as Andersen’s narratives focus heavily on concepts surrounding loneliness, … Read More

P54 – Life Wishes Us Dead – Artist Interview

Italian artist P54 paints about destiny. He paints about the tribulations and struggles we all face in life. He creates narratives about fighting against time and the cards that life deals us. Can we forge our own paths or are … Read More

Hanna Jaeun – Passage – Artist Interview

Hanna Jaeun’s arresting imagery speaks to each one of us on a deeply personal and individual basis, about aspects of our existence which are also profoundly discrete and associated with the realms of solitary contemplation. Such themes as isolation, dreams … Read More

Johannah O’Donnell – Shifting Cultural Perceptions – Artist Profile

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Influenced by 1980’s pop imagery, super realism, and sci-fi and fantasy art, Johannah O’Donnell’s paintings focus primarily on human and animal subjects. Her paintings use natural and figurative symbolism to comment on our connection with the universe and our shifting … Read More

Hikari Shimoda – Is it Happy to Live in this World? – Guest Blog

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‘Is it Happy to Live in this World?’ by Hikari Shimoda It is happy to have a comfortable house, enough food and cloth, in addition get enough education. There are a lot of people whose lives are put in jeopardy … Read More

Patrick Henne – Death and Transience – Artist Profile

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Patrick Henne adopts the motifs of old masters such as Guido Reni, Caravaggio and Jacques-Louis David. Through the expressive and surreal colouring, along with the alteration of some details and titles, which have nothing to do with the original context, … Read More

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