Gregory Ferrand – Authentic Moments – Artist Profile

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Gregory Ferrand received a degree in film from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1997 and promptly headed off to Buenos Aires, Argentina to teach English to business people. While living there he kept an illustrated journal in which he experimented with … 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

Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak – Animals and Us: Kinds Alike – Guest Blog

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‘Animals and Us: Kinds Alike’ by Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak Our early experiences, discoveries and emotions play an important role in who we become as adults. Certain stories from our childhood have a major impact on our future life and choices. Childhood … 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

Scott Listfield – Living in the Future – Artist Profile

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Scott Listfield is known for his paintings featuring a lone exploratory astronaut lost in a landscape cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Scott grew up in Boston, MA and studied art at Dartmouth College. … Read More

Moki – Shelter – Artist Book Review

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In her latest monograph entitled ‘Shelter’, German artist Moki collects together a stunning selection of intriguing images from a series which, at its core, has us questioning our personal definitions and instinctive notions of security, safety, refuge and retreat. The … Read More

Moki – A World Entwined – Artist Interview

Moki’s otherworldly imaginings display her remarkable empathy with the beauty of earth’s natural landscape and the urges we have all experienced to escape the confines of our everyday reality. Through the course of Moki’s career, she has confronted the boundaries … Read More

Ana Bagayan – Futurealism – Artist Profile

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Ana Bagayan’s work is inspired by the metaphysical – E.T.s, aliens, spirits, ghosts, intergalactic space creatures, ethereal beings, anything that hints at the idea that we are just a small part of the unimaginably vast Universe. Ana defines her work … Read More

Jaime Brett Treadwell – Unfamiliar Mystery – Artist Interview

Jaime Brett Treadwell revels in the mystery of creation. He doesn’t need to know all the answers. The ‘whys’ and ‘hows’ related to his artistic practice may or may not reveal themselves to him in time, but he doesn’t mind … Read More