Gregory Ferrand – Authentic Moments – Artist Profile

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Gregory Ferrand received a degree in film from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1997 and promptly headed off to Buenos Aires, Argentina to teach English to business people. While living there he kept an illustrated journal in which he experimented with … 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

Kit Mizeres – The Importance of Striving to Live a Life of Inspiration as Opposed to Experiencing it Second Hand – Guest Blog

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‘The Importance of Striving to Live a Life of Inspiration as Opposed to Experiencing it Second Hand’ by Kit Mizeres I wanted to talk about some recent revelations I experienced over these past couple of months and have the chance … Read More

Niels de Jong – Translating Experiences – Artist Interview

The heterogeneous geometric creations of Niels de Jong open portals into exciting new lands of adventure, full of boundless possibilities and the potential for self-discovery. Whether we follow staircases upward toward celestial realms, wander through mazes of jagged urban construction, … Read More

Laurie Hogin – Contemporary Expressions – Artist Profile

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For the past 20 years, the work of Laurie Hogin has consisted primarily of allegorical paintings of mutant plants and animals in languishing, overgrown landscape settings or posed as though for classical still life or portraiture. Her current interests include … Read More