Jacqueline Gallagher – Zombies and the Disturbed – Artist Profile

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Born in 1984 and raised on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, Jacqueline Gallagher received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2009. Since then, she’s exhibited nationally numerous times with 3 solo and many … Read More

Gerald Brom – Satiating Demons – Artist Profile

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Born in the deep dark south in the mid-sixties, Gerald Brom, an army brat, spent his entire youth on the move and unabashedly blames living in such places as Japan, Hawaii, Germany, and Alabama for all his afflictions. From his … Read More

Brendon Flynn – Dark Reflections – Artist Interview

Artist and illustrator, Brendon Flynn taps into the dark recesses of the human psyche, paying particular attention to those regions that have the potential to terrify and unnerve. Flynn draws upon captivating facets of human history and discovery, such as … 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

Danny Malboeuf – In a Cursed World – Artist Interview

When viewing the poignant and evocative surrealistic imagery of artist Danny Malboeuf, we are encouraged to leave rational thought outside the frame and immerse ourselves fully in the mysterious beauty that unfolds within it. Siting music and literature as his … Read More

Charlie Immer – Where Does the Slime Go? – Artist Interview

Charlie Immer’s spectacular and surprisingly inviting world of candy-coloured-gross-out-flavoured mayhem offers truly wondrous visual feasts for those of us who are unperturbed by oodles of goo, slime, blood and the occasional severed head. Due to the jubilant carnage occurring between … Read More

Tim Lee – Getting a Splinter or Two – Artist Interview

In Tim Lee’s artwork, it is not unusual for the dead to rise from their graves, emerging from their coffins clutching folk guitars, or pistols, or copious quantities of moonshine… or all of the above. These curious characters appear to … Read More

Mark Bryan – The Predicaments We Place Ourselves In – Artist Interview

For artist Mark Bryan, humour and satire provide the possibilities of maintaining, and more often than not, amplifying the interest and intrigue of his audience, even when the messages he presents are somewhat unpalatable or disturbing. A veteran of the … Read More

Allison Sommers – Toying with the Exegesis – Artist Interview

Allison Sommers creates artwork that is both challenging and ambiguous. Simultaneously engaging on both visceral and cerebral levels, Allison’s work incorporates expressionistic interpretations of oddly familiar creatures, which give rise to thoughts and questions about stimulating themes such as, beauty, … Read More

Sam Wolfe Connelly – Chanting Bloody Mary – Artist Interview

Sam Wolfe Connelly has a profound fascination with the unknown. Having carefully held onto and nurtured the memories and fears he initially had as a child, Sam judiciously stokes the flames of his creativity with the feelings these recollections stir … Read More

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