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

Nicole Gordon – Dehydrated Rainbow – Guest Blog

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‘Dehydrated Rainbow’ by Nicole Gordon With my newest body of work, ‘Dehydrated Rainbow’, I have been primarily focused on the core concept of creativity when over-programming goes away. These dreamscapes represent the internal worlds that we can create when we aren’t … Read More

Richard J Oliver – The Journey of the Universal Self – Artist Interview

Richard J Oliver’s beautifully rich and profoundly rewarding imagery invokes a lexicon of visceral sentiments within us, which encourage our inevitably deep rooted emotional connections with his subjects. Oliver invites us to accompany him on his unfolding inner journey, through … Read More

So Youn Lee – Mochi & Mango – Artist Profile

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So Youn Lee identifies as a fresh contemporary artist best recognized for her vibrant & youthful original paintings reflecting varying themes surrounding innocence. Influenced by iconic 90’s Asian culture such as comics & animation, Lee hopes to express both an … Read More

Brandi Milne – The Moon and Stars and Everything in Between – Artist Interview

Brandi Milne’s passionately autobiographical paintings explore the intriguing realms of duality and the delicate balance that exists within the intertwining of opposing forces and emotions. Milne’s candy-coated visual aesthetic entices us to delve into narratives which bring together themes of … Read More

Nicoletta Ceccoli – Paradoxical Nightmares – Artist Interview

Nicoletta Ceccoli has an affection for the unusual; a fondness which provides her with endless inspiration for her creative endeavours, whether they be illustrative or of a more personal nature. Ceccoli concocts imagery which initially seems sweetly endearing, although on … Read More

Jana Brike – Mature Innocence – Artist Interview

Jana Brike is a remarkable storyteller. Narrative is the very heart and soul of her work. Much akin to the tribal folklore of Jana’s Latvian heritage, she weaves her encrypted narratives filled with haunting mystery and dramatic intrigue. Brike’s beautifully … Read More

Raúl Guerra – On Mythic Lands – Artist Profile

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Graphic narrator of journeys across the enchanted world of legends and mythology, Raúl Guerra is an artist in possession of an insatiable curiosity, which gives rise to his prolific body of alluring work. Known simply as Raúl Guerra in the … Read More

Kevin Peterson – Through this Broken World – Artist Profile

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Kevin Peterson was born in 1979 in Elko, Nevada. After a childhood which included stints in Nevada, Michigan and Washington, Kevin arrived in Texas in 1996. He studied art and psychology at Austin College in Sherman, TX. He received degrees … Read More