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

Jessica Roux – Preserving Memories – Artist Interview

The beautifully realised artwork of Jessica Roux will stir up warm emotions and memories in anyone who has had even the briefest relationship with nature. Whether you grew up in the country and spent your childhood exploring a nearby forest, … Read More

Victor LeBlanc – Life (Through the Screen) – Artist Interview

The world that Victor LeBlanc contemplates and shares with us in his masterful paintings, provides an unnerving glimpse into an all too possible future, where humankind has continued down our seemingly inevitable path of shaping both ourselves and our surroundings … 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

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

Michael Kerbow – Portents and Aberrations – Artist Profile

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Michael Kerbow is a San Francisco-based artist who works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, assemblage, and digitally-manipulated photography. He received his MFA from Pratt Institute in New York. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and … Read More

Amy Guidry – What the Future May Hold – Artist Interview

The paintings of vegan artist Amy Guidry come loaded with and abundance of powerful messages woven into their beautifully rendered and skilfully orchestrated compositions. Whether approaching us with subliminal suggestions or hitting us hard with her intentions, Guidry’s imagery never … Read More

Johannah O’Donnell – The Kittening – Guest Blog

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‘The Kittening’ by Johannah O’Donnell I was invited to create a piece for WOW x WOW’s upcoming group show, ‘Room of a Thousand Doors’. The exhibition title made me think of multiple storylines, a series of books or movies, different … Read More

Jolene Lai – Nesting Place – Guest Blog

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‘Nesting Place’ by Jolene Lai I’m going to be totally honest and admit that spiders freak me out. Venomous fangs aside, I think the sensation of eight spiny little scrawny legs running against my skin gives me nothing but frightening … Read More

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