Jolene Lai – An Emphasis on Ambience – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

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

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

Anthony Hurd – Everything is Energy – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

Anthony Hurd is an American artist currently living in Austin, Texas. For Anthony, the journey through life and what ends up populating the dreamlike occurrences within the psychedelic landscapes that make up his imagery, are utterly inseparable. Navigating life’s trials … Read More

David Stoupakis – Alchemic Manipulations – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

David Stoupakis was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1974. He currently lives and works in New York. His work, inspired by fables, fairy tales and nostalgic allusions to the places and situations of his childhood, has always been focused on … Read More

Lucas Allen Cook – Within the Cosmic Expanse – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

Lucas Allen Cook’s work is inspired by nature and the cosmic, where the terrestrial and the universe meet and blend into psychedelic abstraction. With his recent work Lucas has exposed the viewer to hallucinatory landscapes and themes that explore the … Read More

Michael Page – Everything Can Be Destroyed – Artist Profile

posted in: Artist Profiles | 0

Michael Page’s work offers the viewer an optic alternative to the visual reality of life, as we know it. The artist’s characters and organisms inhabit otherworldly realms that are vaguely familiar in their resemblance to our shared reality, but are … Read More

Robert Steven Connett – Finding Significance – Guest Blog

posted in: Guest Blogs | 5

‘Finding Significance’ by Robert Steven Connett I’d like to tell you a little about my motivation, inspiration, and how my artwork relates to my life. I work hard, and long, and I try to work smart. I always try to … Read More

Nathan Spoor – The Inbetween (Part VI) – Guest Blog

posted in: Guest Blogs | 0

‘The Inbetween (Part VI): Confessions of a Mental Treasure Hunter Thoughts on Harvesting Optic Revelry’ by Nathan Spoor It’s OK to be Original Our travels into and near brushes with the areas of the Inbetween are strange and challenging. We … Read More

1 2