Peca – The Great Enigma – Artist Interview

Peca’s art transports us to a cosmos inhabited by mystical beings who act as our guides and mentors through it’s enigmatic existential terrain. The peaceful anthropomorphic residents of Peca’s universe carry great wisdom and impart their knowledge, when we are … Read More

Scott G. Brooks – The Carnival Bizarre – Artist Profile

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Scott G. Brooks is an American artist, originally from Mt. Morris, Michigan, a suburb just north of Flint, but he currently lives and works in Washington, DC. His paintings are primarily figurative, and range from simple portraiture to intricate narratives. … Read More

Sandra Yagi – The Thin Veneer of Humanity – Artist Interview

Sandra Yagi’s art reaches far beyond the anatomical precision with which her subject matter is rendered. Driven by an obsessive curiosity and inspired by her deep fascination for the natural sciences, mythology, contemporary culture and the macabre, Yagi explores the … Read More

Seamus Conley – The Story Asker – Artist Interview

Seamus Conley creates hauntingly beautiful paintings which simultaneously appear both familiar and otherworldly. By combining the fantastical imagery from his own internal realm with that of the realities of living in an external world, Conley constructs scenes which conjure up … Read More

Victor Castillo – A Reflection of Who We Are – Artist Profile

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Victor Castillo is a Chilean painter currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He was born in Santiago, Chile in 1973. He began drawing obsessively at the age of five, inspired by the animations he saw on television, science fiction movies, … Read More

Heather Watts – Notes in the Most Beautiful Chord – Artist Profile

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Suffused with pessimistic shadows and redemptive illumination, Canadian pop-surrealist painter Heather Watts’ intricate paintings harness the pageantry of anthropomorphic heroes and martyrs to tell the story of individuals grappling with forces larger than themselves. Watts has exhibited her symbolic narrative … Read More

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