Ken Keirns – Bad Puns and Femme Fatales – Artist Profile

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Ken Keirns is a Midwestern oil painter. After spending the last decade living in Chicago and California, he recently settled in Colorado where he paints full time and looks forward to the winter. While his primary medium is oil, he … Read More

Robert Deutsch – Laugh About Yourself – Artist Profile

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Robert Deutsch is a German illustrator who creates fanciful, pop, colorful and fantastic universes in spaces composed of ill-defined plans, between those of Francis Bacon and Giorgio De Chirico. As with Motohiro Hayakawa we find in Deutsch these slightly wobbly … 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

Kristen Liu-Wong – Pick Your Poison – Artist Profile

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Born and raised in San Francisco, Kristen Liu-Wong left home at the tender age of 17 for Brooklyn, to attend Pratt Institute where she would major in illustration. Since graduating in 2013, she has shown extensively in numerous galleries on … Read More

Patrick Henne – Death and Transience – Artist Profile

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Patrick Henne adopts the motifs of old masters such as Guido Reni, Caravaggio and Jacques-Louis David. Through the expressive and surreal colouring, along with the alteration of some details and titles, which have nothing to do with the original context, … Read More

Bob Dob – Life Isn’t Always Good Times – Artist Interview

Artist and illustrator, Bob Dob, is a master at nurturing and cultivating the memories of his youth, and these lie at the very heart of the narratives and characters he loves to develop and explore in his art. While tapping … 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

Wayne White – Symbols of the World – Artist Profile

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Wayne White is an American artist, art director, illustrator, puppeteer, and much, much more. Born and raised in Chattanooga, Wayne has used his memories of the South to create inspired works for film, television, and the fine art world. After … Read More

Jeff Christensen – Out in the Woods – Artist Interview

The imagery which spills forth from the mind of Jeff Christensen takes its cues from his discomfort within society, his distrust of people in power, and his unease with the dogma of organised religion and the pervasive credulity of superstition. … Read More

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