Alessia Iannetti – Aurora Consurgens – Guest Blog

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‘Aurora Consurgens’ by Alessia Iannetti ‘Aurora Consurgens’ comes from the Latin and translates in English as ‘Rising Dawn’. It is a title usually given to alchemic essays, such as the manuscript attributed to Tommaso d’Acquino, which focuses on the philosopher’s … Read More

Nathan Durfee – Balance Brings Depth – Artist Interview

The characters and scenarios in evidence within the narratives of Nathan Durfee’s whimsical paintings, although at once familiar, also transmit mysterious frequencies and generate rays of delightful intrigue. In a nutshell, this really lies at the core of the success … Read More

Heidi Taillefer – Ravages of the Human Condition – Artist Interview

Heidi Taillefer’s deeply personal paintings intelligently fuse symbolic and metaphoric references, which come together in a synthesis of perceptions of our past, present and future. Taillefer seeks to explore and provide insights into the human condition, while paying particular attention … 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

JR Slattum – What Feelings and Thoughts Look Like – Artist Profile

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JR Slattum is a self-taught artist, his work entering the surreal world of innerspace. After a near-death experience in 2007, inspired by a personal enlightenment, Slattum fell into a world of paint. Using the point of the paintbrush as a … Read More

Heidi Taillefer – Difficult Relationships – Artist Interview

The artwork of Heidi Taillefer explores age old philosophical questions concerning the human condition and our relationships with technology; concepts which have never been so relevant, given our current scientific advancements. Delivering a truly contemporary spin on classic iconography, Taillefer … Read More

Adrian Cox – Fields of Wonder – Guest Blog

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‘Fields of Wonder: Some Thoughts on Beauty’ by Adrian Cox When Tim first asked me to write something for WOW x WOW, I initially planned to elaborate on some aspect of my process, or perhaps speak about some of the … Read More

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

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‘The Inbetween (Part V): Confessions of a Mental Treasure Hunter Thoughts on Harvesting Optic Revelry’ by Nathan Spoor Detach, Decompress, Distract The best way, in my opinion, to tease an idea into a performance arena is to ignore it. What’s … Read More