Laurie Hogin – Contemporary Expressions – Artist Profile

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For the past 20 years, the work of Laurie Hogin has consisted primarily of allegorical paintings of mutant plants and animals in languishing, overgrown landscape settings or posed as though for classical still life or portraiture. Her current interests include … Read More

Sam Rodriguez – Social, Historic and Cultural Hybridity – Artist Profile

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Sam Rodriguez is based out of San José, California and as seen his work shown in public art spaces, museums, companies, galleries and in editorial publications. For a number of years he was self-taught through the graffiti scene, until he … Read More

Michael Page – Everything Can Be Destroyed – Artist Profile

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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

Steven Kenny – Surrealism (A Way of Life) – Guest Blog

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‘Surrealism (A Way of Life)’ by Steven Kenny “I believe in deeply ordered chaos.” – Francis Bacon “A linking of two realities that by all appearances have nothing to link them, in a setting that by all appearances does not … Read More

Jeff Christensen – Out in the Woods – Artist Interview

The imagery which spills forth from the mind of Jeff Christensen takes its cues from his discomfort within society, his distrust of people in power, and his unease with the dogma of organised religion and the pervasive credulity of superstition. … Read More

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