Bob Doucette – Message Through Metaphor – Artist Interview

The surreal paintings of Bob Doucette capture our imaginations with their rich narratives and whimsical delights. They beckon us into their lusciously opulent worlds through fantastical symbolism, all the while whispering the language of dreams into our subconscious. Building metaphors, … Read More

Jolene Lai – An Emphasis on Ambience – Artist Profile

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Jolene Lai is a Los Angeles-based artist and illustrator born and raised in Singapore. After studying painting at Lasalle-SIA College of the Arts in Singapore, Jolene studied graphic design at UCLA and spent a year working at movie-poster design house, … 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

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

Jon MacNair – The Quiet Observer – Artist Interview

The phantasmagoric imaginings of Jon MacNair make their mysterious way from within, onto his page via the monochromatic medium of black Indian ink. Inside the black lines and subtle inky washes, lie tales of supernatural intrigue occurring in what could … 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

Alice Lin – Between Inside and Outside – Artist Interview

On the surface, the artwork of Alice Lin titillates with its whimsical playfulness and can be greatly appreciated in this regard alone. If we take the time to delve a little deeper however, the returns are infinitely rewarding, as Lin … Read More

Chrystal Chan – Spiritual Dimensions – Artist Profile

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Chrystal Chan was born and raised in Northern California. Being fascinated by the spiritual world since the age of seventeen, the majority of her works present subjects in metaphorical situations that are derived from visions, supernatural experiences, and beings. Each … Read More

Hikari Shimoda – Is it Happy to Live in this World? – Guest Blog

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‘Is it Happy to Live in this World?’ by Hikari Shimoda It is happy to have a comfortable house, enough food and cloth, in addition get enough education. There are a lot of people whose lives are put in jeopardy … Read More

Richard A. Kirk – Finding Magic in the Everyday – Artist Interview

Richard A. Kirk is a modern maestro of the fantastic. Between the morphing forms and extraordinary creatures sprawling onto paper from his vivid imagination, blooms a magical world like no other, and it is truly something breathtaking to behold. Kirk’s … Read More

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