Alessia Iannetti – Aurora Consurgens – Guest Blog

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‘Aurora Consurgens’ by Alessia Iannetti ‘Aurora Consurgens’ comes from the Latin and translates in English as ‘Rising Dawn’. It is a title usually given to alchemic essays, such as the manuscript attributed to Tommaso d’Acquino, which focuses on the philosopher’s … Read More

Tiffany Liu – What the Fruit? – Artist Profile

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Painter Tiffany Liu has crafted a compelling and absorbing visual world – a playful and sometimes macabre phantasmagoria filtered through the eyes of an adult artist who demonstrates that her adoption of a ‘childlike’ point-of-view is never a ‘childish’ one. … Read More

Dimitri Drjuchin – Wandering in the Woods – Artist Interview

The imagery of Dimitri Drjuchin is nurtured and coaxed from his memories, experiences, relationships and interactions. His creations are a direct product of a meaningful meditative processing of life events, the everyday bombardment of visual stimuli, the cluttering of mental … Read More

Nathan Durfee – Balance Brings Depth – Artist Interview

The characters and scenarios in evidence within the narratives of Nathan Durfee’s whimsical paintings, although at once familiar, also transmit mysterious frequencies and generate rays of delightful intrigue. In a nutshell, this really lies at the core of the success … Read More

Young Chun – The Melody Within – Artist Interview

Young Chun’s artwork plays out his emotional connections with the world around him, filtering them through his own unique pair of heart-shaped, diamante encrusted sunglasses, much like those worn by one of the glitzy female subjects in his paintings. Taking … Read More

Matt Gordon – The Mushroom Club – Artist Profile

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Matt Gordon is a mixed media artist who was born in 1974 in Detroit, Michigan and is currently living and working out of Plymouth, Michigan. He attended both the College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio and Center of … Read More

Sam Rodriguez – Social, Historic and Cultural Hybridity – Artist Profile

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Sam Rodriguez is based out of San José, California and as seen his work shown in public art spaces, museums, companies, galleries and in editorial publications. For a number of years he was self-taught through the graffiti scene, until he … Read More

Jen Mann – What is the Female Gaze Even? – Guest Blog

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‘What is the Female Gaze Even?’ by Jen Mann I’m unaccustomed to writing about topics and much more familiar with addressing an audience with images, and maybe a one liner. Although I love words, formal writing is unfamiliar to me, … Read More

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