Nathan Durfee – Balance Brings Depth – Artist Interview

The characters and scenarios in evidence within the narratives of Nathan Durfee’s whimsical paintings, although at once familiar, also transmit mysterious frequencies and generate rays of delightful intrigue. In a nutshell, this really lies at the core of the success … Read More

Richard Salcido – The Marks We Feel – Artist Profile

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Richard Salcido was born 1976 in San Diego, California and describes himself as a full-time artist and stay-at-home father. He is best known for his scratched, scraped and sanded portraits, both real and imagined. The little things in day to … Read More

Caroline Jamhour – The Shadows Within – Artist Profile

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Caroline Jamhour is a visual artist, born and living in Curitiba, Brazil. With a lifelong interest in nature, myths, myticism and the dreamworld, her artworks depict symbolic themes and fantastical characters that inhabit her inner universe. Self-taught, in art she … Read More

Heidi Taillefer – Ravages of the Human Condition – Artist Interview

Heidi Taillefer’s deeply personal paintings intelligently fuse symbolic and metaphoric references, which come together in a synthesis of perceptions of our past, present and future. Taillefer seeks to explore and provide insights into the human condition, while paying particular attention … Read More

Yuka Sakuma – Miniature Garden – Guest Blog

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‘Miniature Garden’ by Yuka Sakuma My artworks belong to a genre named ‘Nihonga’ (Japanese-style painting). Artists of Nihonga use colored pigments made from powdered ores and seashells. Those pigments are solidified with glue and colored hemp paper. Compared to tubed … Read More

Syd Bee – Where Words Fail – Artist Interview

The paintings of Syd Bee possess the power of immediately tugging at our emotional core, before we even begin to interpret and unravel the narratives within. This power emanates from Bee’s masterful understanding of colour as a way of conveying … Read More

Nathan Durfee – Weaving the Patchwork – Artist Profile

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Nathan Durfee has garnered notoriety for his captivating, pop-surrealist narratives and intriguing use of color. Currently based in Charleston, South Carolina, Durfee has been heralded as the Best Local Visual Artist by Charleston City Paper for four years (2010-2013) and … Read More

Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak – Animals and Us: Kinds Alike – Guest Blog

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‘Animals and Us: Kinds Alike’ by Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak Our early experiences, discoveries and emotions play an important role in who we become as adults. Certain stories from our childhood have a major impact on our future life and choices. Childhood … Read More

Jolene Lai – An Emphasis on Ambience – Artist Profile

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Jolene Lai is a Los Angeles-based artist and illustrator born and raised in Singapore. After studying painting at Lasalle-SIA College of the Arts in Singapore, Jolene studied graphic design at UCLA and spent a year working at movie-poster design house, … Read More

Edith Waddell – Venturing into Visual Labyrinths – Artist Interview

Edith Waddell’s captivating paintings masterfully expound themes of duality with a strong focus on the exploration of those instances where our internal worlds meet and merge with the external universe. Incorporating a vast and at times deeply personal library of … Read More

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