Camille Rose Garcia – The Ballrooms of Mars – Artist Interview

The multi-layered socio-political narratives found within the kaleidoscopic psychedelia of Camille Rose Garcia’s paintings, arrive as subtle and effective triggers to our subconscious minds, initiating our unconscious processing of issues and events concerning these most troubling of contemporary times. Through … Read More

Adrian Cox – Terra Incognita – Guest Blog

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‘Terra Incognita’ by Adrian Cox My current solo exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery, Terra Incognita, continues the mythic narrative of the Border Creatures, a race of hybrid beings that populate my work. I’ve long considered my artistic practice to be … Read More

Lauren Marx – Witnesses – Artist Interview

The potent emotional charge imbedded within an artwork by Lauren Marx comes from her wonderful ability and willingness to tap into her personal fount of vulnerability. Having always had a profound connection with animals and the natural world, Marx has … Read More

Gabi de la Merced – Diminishments and Sacrifices – Artist Interview

With a background in animation and illustration, it is not surprising that Spanish artist, Gabi de la Merced’s imagery is built on a strong foundation of narrative and storytelling. This fact, along with the incredibly powerful impact that American popular … Read More

Miho Hirano – Beauties of Nature – Artist Interview

The exquisite subtleties of colour, line and tone found in Miho Hirano’s ethereal oil paintings infuse her dream women with a myriad of delicately emotive layers and create nuances of intrigue and intricate depth. Through a sophisticated combining of facets … Read More

Ron English – TOYBOX: America in the Visuals – Artist Interview

The visual imagery of pioneering Pop Art iconoclast, Mr. Ron English, is recognisable to most (whether everyone knows the artist’s name or not), such is the sagacity of the creative mind behind some of the most strikingly pervasive images of … Read More

Nathan Reidt – Unique Programming – Artist Interview

The recent artwork of Nathan Reidt asks us some very direct questions about how we view beauty and challenges any societal conditioning or innate repulsions we may be harbouring. Reidt’s figurative works, sometimes depicting the forms of what are still … Read More

Phoenix Chan – Cute Little Monsters – Artist Interview

In the whimsical world created by artist and illustrator Phoenix Chan, you can expect to encounter cats… and lots of them! Although not her only muses or choice of subject matter, Chan is the first to admit to a healthy … 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

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