Zoe Keller – Deeper Understandings – Artist Profile

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Zoe Keller is an illustrator exploring the intersection of art making, activism and the natural sciences. Zoe uses graphite to create highly detailed drawings that blend hints of narrative with images from the natural world. A Woodstock, New York native, … Read More

Kit Mizeres – Deceiving Monsters – Artist Interview

Kit Mizeres has not long graduated from art school, but from viewing her work and being in the presence of the sheer power, sophistication and maturity of her artistic voice, one could be forgiven for thinking she has already benefited … Read More

Stephanie Brown – The Undercurrent of Survival – Artist Profile

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Stephanie Brown is a multidisciplinary artist, in both traditional mediums and the art of tattooing. Graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she worked with the artist-in-residence at the Field Museum in Chicago – which gave an … Read More

Juan Travieso – The Beauty We Are Losing – Artist Profile

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Juan Travieso (born Havana, Cuba 1987), is an artist based in Miami and New York.  His work explores notions of impermanence and decay through a combined language of pop, realism, and abstraction. Figures, be them humans or animals, are broken … 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

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

Heidi Taillefer – Difficult Relationships – Artist Interview

The artwork of Heidi Taillefer explores age old philosophical questions concerning the human condition and our relationships with technology; concepts which have never been so relevant, given our current scientific advancements. Delivering a truly contemporary spin on classic iconography, Taillefer … Read More

Kevin Sloan – The End of the Street – Artist Interview

Kevin Sloan’s ‘allegorical realism’ occupies a fascinating territory where the natural world and humanity’s cultural contributions collide. The deliberately awkward interchanges that occur give rise to relationships which at first may strike us as unbalanced, although on closer inspection display … Read More

Moki – A World Entwined – Artist Interview

Moki’s otherworldly imaginings display her remarkable empathy with the beauty of earth’s natural landscape and the urges we have all experienced to escape the confines of our everyday reality. Through the course of Moki’s career, she has confronted the boundaries … Read More