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

Leonardo Santamaria – Percolating Ideas – Artist Interview

The figurative fine art and illustrative works of Filipino American artist Leonardo Santamaria, envelop us with their palpable atmospheres and entwine enough tendrils of intrigue through our minds to immediately draw us into their captivating narratives. A master of colour, … Read More

Lioba Brückner – Die Froschkönigin – Artist Interview

Lioba Brückner’s strong female protagonists coalesce with the enchanting flora and fauna of her darkly mysterious world, and beckon us into narratives overflowing with magical delights. The confluence of inspirations Brückner has derived from the lasting impressions of a youthful … Read More

‘WOW²’ Exhibition – WOW x WOW Gallery – Announcement

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We’re extremely excited to announce details of what will be our final group exhibit for this year (don’t worry, we’ll be back with loads of great shows in 2018!). The show is entitled ‘WOW²’, and as always, our priority is … Read More

Mark Rogers – Crystal Mountian Invaders – Artist Profile

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Mark Rogers is a self-taught artist currently living in Portland, Oregon. Stylistically his work has been described as a blending of folk art, medieval renaissance, and fairy tale illustration. Taking inspiration from everyday occurrences and personal experiences, Rogers crafts narratives … Read More

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

Jessica Roux – Preserving Memories – Artist Interview

The beautifully realised artwork of Jessica Roux will stir up warm emotions and memories in anyone who has had even the briefest relationship with nature. Whether you grew up in the country and spent your childhood exploring a nearby forest, … Read More

Loretta Lizzio – Freedom, Love and Adventure – Artist Profile

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Melbourne based artist Loretta Lizzio channels the uninhabited wilderness in her works. Animals, from the mildest to the barbaric are the vessel Loretta uses to burrow into and reveal her own deeply layered self. Through her obsessive line work, Loretta … Read More

Victor LeBlanc – Life (Through the Screen) – Artist Interview

The world that Victor LeBlanc contemplates and shares with us in his masterful paintings, provides an unnerving glimpse into an all too possible future, where humankind has continued down our seemingly inevitable path of shaping both ourselves and our surroundings … Read More

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