Alex Gross – Antisocial Network – Artist Interview

Within the emotionally charged and powerfully discerning art of Alex Gross, we are treated to scenes of both dreamlike surreality and slabs of hard hitting reality, which dish up copious disturbing home truths, while asking us to confront our modern … Read More

Jamie Adams – Subterranean Narratives – Artist Interview

By assembling a melange of nostalgically inspired melodrama, artist Jamie Adams beckons to our subconscious, urging it to follow his own into the rabbit hole on a quest for the ever vital artistic holy grail; a glimpse into the human … Read More

Sam Rodriguez – Social, Historic and Cultural Hybridity – Artist Profile

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Sam Rodriguez is based out of San José, California and as seen his work shown in public art spaces, museums, companies, galleries and in editorial publications. For a number of years he was self-taught through the graffiti scene, until he … Read More

Craww – Elegance, Balance and Disciplined Chaos – Artist Profile

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Self taught artist and habitual doodler, Craww, lives and works in Sheffield, UK drawing inspiration from daydreams, music, comics, nature, gin and an overactive imagination. His work is a stream of consciousness ramble through the woods, uncovering secret stories and … Read More

Jen Mann – What is the Female Gaze Even? – Guest Blog

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‘What is the Female Gaze Even?’ by Jen Mann I’m unaccustomed to writing about topics and much more familiar with addressing an audience with images, and maybe a one liner. Although I love words, formal writing is unfamiliar to me, … Read More

Andrew Hem – Dreams Towards Reality – Artist Profile

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Andrew Hem was born during his parents’ flight from Cambodia in the wake of the Khmer Rouge genocide and his upbringing was influenced by the rural heritage of his ancestors and the urban sensibility of Los Angeles, where his family … Read More

Jean Labourdette – Light Through Darkness – Artist Interview

The appearance of Jean Labourdette’s art studio is the quintessence of what most people will bring to mind if asked to imagine a fine artist’s work space. A collector of mysterious antiques and object d’art from times gone by, Jean … Read More

Scott Listfield – Living in the Future – Artist Profile

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Scott Listfield is known for his paintings featuring a lone exploratory astronaut lost in a landscape cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Scott grew up in Boston, MA and studied art at Dartmouth College. … Read More

Winnie Truong – A Subliminal Space – Artist Profile

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Winnie Truong’s drawing practice is centered around her interest in exploring the status of coloured pencil as a nostalgic and seemingly juvenile tool unbridled by the complications of art history and adult life. Her large-scale drawings are an equal balance … Read More

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