Nathan Durfee – Weaving the Patchwork – Artist Profile

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Nathan Durfee has garnered notoriety for his captivating, pop-surrealist narratives and intriguing use of color. Currently based in Charleston, South Carolina, Durfee has been heralded as the Best Local Visual Artist by Charleston City Paper for four years (2010-2013) and … Read More

Brandi Milne – Once Upon a Quiet Kingdom – Guest Blog

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‘Once Upon a Quiet Kingdom’ by Brandi Milne Hello WOW x WOW!! My name is Brandi Milne, I’m an artist and I have a big exciting show coming up!! ‘Once Upon a Quiet Kingdom’ opens August 19th at the Corey … 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

Sam Octigan – Historical Resonance – Artist Profile

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Sam Octigan is a visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. His practice typically centres with painting on canvas, exploring the intersection of narrative and abstract form. Endlessly fascinated from a young age with the visual image and how we as … Read More

Nicomi Nix Turner – The Dying Thought – Guest Blog

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‘The Dying Thought’ by Nicomi Nix Turner We have been so governed by the idea of flags: our symbol of ownership and dominion of people and land. In ‘The Dying Thought’, archetypes traverse barren dreamscapes, bearing dominion over themselves, their … 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

Johannah O’Donnell – Shifting Cultural Perceptions – Artist Profile

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Influenced by 1980’s pop imagery, super realism, and sci-fi and fantasy art, Johannah O’Donnell’s paintings focus primarily on human and animal subjects. Her paintings use natural and figurative symbolism to comment on our connection with the universe and our shifting … Read More

Edith Waddell – Venturing into Visual Labyrinths – Artist Interview

Edith Waddell’s captivating paintings masterfully expound themes of duality with a strong focus on the exploration of those instances where our internal worlds meet and merge with the external universe. Incorporating a vast and at times deeply personal library of … Read More

Alexandra Levasseur – The Search for Meaning – Artist Profile

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Born in Mauricie, Québec in 1982, Alexandra Levasseur earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and Graphic Design at the University of Costa Rica in 2006. She then moved to Barcelona and completed post-graduate studies in Illustration and Techniques of … Read More

Dan Lydersen – Caravaggio and Hot Dogs – Artist Interview

With a scope that is broad and far-reaching, the paintings of Dan Lydersen incorporate his multi-faceted worldview to tremendous effect and deliver open-ended narratives which create a wealth of opportunity for free interpretation. Lydersen’s imagery is infused with the familiarity … Read More

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