Thomas Gieseke – The Idea Pit – Artist Profile

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Thomas Gieseke a Kansas City native brings together his imagined world with nuances of the native Kansas City naturescapes to create intricate illustrations. By weaving the compositions of the Surrealist Masters Gieseke idolizes, like Salvador Dalí, with elements of Kansas … Read More

Michelle Anderst – Unique Microcosms – Artist Profile

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Michelle Anderst is a Seattle-based fine artist and scientific illustrator whose paintings of biological structures serve as both works of art as well as aesthetic statements on ecological consciousness in the modern world. Through her use of sacred geometry, vibrant … Read More

Aeforia – Distorted Perspectives – Artist Profile

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Alexy Prefontaine creates digital art, photography and graphic design under the moniker of Aeforia. His passion for visual arts began in mid-2014 when he realised that he could create artworks by using only iPhone apps. After a few months of … Read More

Zoe Keller – Deeper Understandings – Artist Profile

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Zoe Keller is an illustrator exploring the intersection of art making, activism and the natural sciences. Zoe uses graphite to create highly detailed drawings that blend hints of narrative with images from the natural world. A Woodstock, New York native, … Read More

Bunnie Reiss – Respect for Mother Nature – Artist Profile

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Bunnie Reiss was born in Maryland, but raised mostly with the wide-blue sky’s of Colorado. Having come from a large Polish/Russian family, eating, loud talking and community shaped her life. She was a tiny rebel with a large imagination, knowing … Read More

Phoenix Chan – Cute Little Monsters – Artist Interview

In the whimsical world created by artist and illustrator Phoenix Chan, you can expect to encounter cats… and lots of them! Although not her only muses or choice of subject matter, Chan is the first to admit to a healthy … 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

Kit Mizeres – Deceiving Monsters – Artist Interview

Kit Mizeres has not long graduated from art school, but from viewing her work and being in the presence of the sheer power, sophistication and maturity of her artistic voice, one could be forgiven for thinking she has already benefited … Read More

Alexis Price – Losing Perspective – Artist Profile

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Alexis Price is a self-taught painter from Raleigh, North Carolina currently residing and working in Brooklyn New York. In her most recent work, she has been playing with themes that mimic internet culture such as bright colors, memes, emojis, etc. … Read More

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