Gianluca ‘Tenia’ Gambino – Fragility and Brevity – Artist Profile

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Born in 1986, in Sicily, exactly in Catania a baroque city par excellence. Tenia’s career starts as an illustrator/digital painter at the age of 25 years. This industrious man, art enthusiast since his childhood, is a self-taught illustrator who translates … Read More

Eevien Tan – Energetic Moments – Artist Interview

The ethereal elegance and natural flowing lines of Eevien Tan’s figurative creations tap into the essence and gracefully channel the spirit of those wonderfully decorative designs of the Art Nouveau movement. Approaching both her storytelling and visual aesthetic with a … Read More

Jenna Andersen – Land of Limbo – Artist Interview

The meticulously intricate work of artist and illustrator Jenna Andersen is filled with mysterious uncertainty and often gives rise to auras of tension and disquietude. This comes as no real surprise, as Andersen’s narratives focus heavily on concepts surrounding loneliness, … Read More

Hanna Jaeun – The Other Side – Artist Profile

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Hanna Jaeun is a Brooklyn-based painter. She received a BFA in Apparel Design at the Rhode Island School of Design. After some soul-searching, she finally decided to pursue her dreams of becoming a painter. She now works with acrylics on … Read More

Lauren Marx – Flesh Blood Bone – Guest Blog

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‘Flesh Blood Bone’ by Lauren Marx On November 5th, I had my largest show in my career so far. The exhibition is titled, Flesh Blood Bone and is currently on view at Corey Helford Gallery. The series is centered around … Read More

Nychos – Urban Anatomy – Artist Profile

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Nychos was born in Austria in 1982 and is currently based in Vienna. He is an integral part of the international street art scene and has created hundreds of murals. His work has also been exhibited in galleries located in … Read More

Graham Yarrington – A Glimmering Light in the Darkness – Artist Interview

Graham Yarrington invites us into a world that is uniquely his own, and while it is shrouded in a tangible gloom and provides a home to a myriad of mysterious supernatural oddities, it still offers us light and hope. 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