Dulk – The Morphology of Wildlife – Artist Profile

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As a child, Antonio Segura Donat (Dulk) helped his father to feed the birds they reared at their home. He loved watching the fledglings and seeing them grow, as well as the fish, dogs, and horses that lived on the … Read More

Robert Steven Connett – The Sea Was My Teacher – Artist Interview

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Robert Steven Connett’s beautifully realised visions of an unseen world teeming with vibrant and complex lifeforms, open windows into a universe that we rarely contemplate and most often simply forget exists. Microscopic biological phenomena of the natural world, within both … Read More

Stella Im Hultberg – Melancholic Elegance – Artist Profile

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Born in South Korea and now based in Portland, OR, Stella Im Hultberg’s career began in industrial design. A self-taught painter, she has also worked in sculpture, creating objects based on motifs explored in her two-dimensional works. Hultberg’s mixed-media practice … Read More

Robert Steven Connett – Finding Significance – Guest Blog

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‘Finding Significance’ by Robert Steven Connett I’d like to tell you a little about my motivation, inspiration, and how my artwork relates to my life. I work hard, and long, and I try to work smart. I always try to … Read More

Jennybird Alcantara – The Unfolding Story – Artist Interview

Jennybird Alcantara delves into the subterranean wonders of the unconscious and unearths an abundance of mysterious treasure which provides her with unlimited inspiration for the anthropomorphic beings who fill her imagery. Befitting the language of the subconscious, Alcantara’s work is … Read More

Edith Lebeau – A True Expression – Artist Interview

Edith Lebeau is a Canadian artist whose figurative works are predominantly centred around the strength of her female subjects. Through her intelligent and symbolic use of flora and fauna motifs, Lebeau’s works transcend being straighforward portraits and alternatively lead us … Read More