Stephanie Brown – The Undercurrent of Survival – Artist Profile

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Stephanie Brown is a multidisciplinary artist, in both traditional mediums and the art of tattooing. Graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she worked with the artist-in-residence at the Field Museum in Chicago – which gave an … Read More

Anna Dittmann – Ethereal Grace – Artist Profile

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Anna Dittmann is a digital illustrator from San Francisco with a passion for portraiture, tea and ice cream. She graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design and now lives and freelances in beautiful Scotland. Her work is inspired … 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

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

Frank Gonzales – Open to Possibility – Artist Interview

The artwork of Frank Gonzales comes from a place of pure honesty. An artist with a steely determination, Gonzales considers resisting the temptation to overthink his imagery a central focus. Responding to external stimuli from his nearby Arizonian surroundings and … Read More

Helice Wen – Life’s Unexpressed Conflicts – Artist Interview

Helice Wen is a fine artist and illustrator currently living and working in San Francisco. Having spent the initial years of her art career illustrating children’s books, Wen is now focusing her attention on exhibiting within the New Contemporary gallery … Read More