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

Nicoletta Ceccoli – Hide and Seek – Guest Blog

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‘Hide and Seek’ by Nicoletta Ceccoli With this series, I play with the idea of identity, hidden self, what we show, what we are, and the different meanings that the words ‘Hide’ and ‘Seek’ evoke to me. In my mind, … 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

Mateo Dineen – The Disciplined Slacker – Guest Blog

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‘The Disciplined Slacker’ by Mateo Dineen Dear reader…I paint monsters for a living. It’s my job, and my passion, and it’s remarkable to me that I ever ended up doing this with my life. I often get asked how I … 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

Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak – Animals and Us: Kinds Alike – Guest Blog

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‘Animals and Us: Kinds Alike’ by Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak Our early experiences, discoveries and emotions play an important role in who we become as adults. Certain stories from our childhood have a major impact on our future life and choices. Childhood … Read More

Boris Pelcer – Reverie – Guest Blog

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‘Reverie’ by Boris Pelcer ‘Reverie’ is a visual experiment involving a voluntary confrontation with the unconscious through willful engagement with my own imagination and fantasy. In essence, each piece is shaped by the rich and symbolic narratives that are brought … Read More

Ana Bagayan – Into the Void – Guest Blog

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‘Into the Void’ by Ana Bagayan (Discussing her latest solo show at Hidari Zingaro Gallery, Tokyo, 23rd June – 11 July 2017) The artwork for this show was created during my travels around the perimeter of the United States in … Read More

Hikari Shimoda – Is it Happy to Live in this World? – Guest Blog

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‘Is it Happy to Live in this World?’ by Hikari Shimoda It is happy to have a comfortable house, enough food and cloth, in addition get enough education. There are a lot of people whose lives are put in jeopardy … Read More

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