Tanya Shatseva – The Mirror of Reason – Artist Profile

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Tanya Shatseva is a traditional artist, born in Russia in 1990. Currently residing in Saint Petersburg, creating acrylic paintings and illustrations in the genre of pop surrealism. As a child, Tanya had been moving all around the country with her … 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

Sara Diesel – Illumination of the Fantastic – Artist Profile

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Sara Diesel is an award winning digital artist working in Pittsburgh, PA. Her work reflects her passion in all things science-fiction, fantasy, and surreal. Using combinations of vivid color, her artwork contains an illuminated quality otherwise lost in traditional mediums. … Read More

Michael Kerbow – Portents and Aberrations – Artist Profile

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Michael Kerbow is a San Francisco-based artist who works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, assemblage, and digitally-manipulated photography. He received his MFA from Pratt Institute in New York. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and … Read More

Amy Guidry – What the Future May Hold – Artist Interview

The paintings of vegan artist Amy Guidry come loaded with and abundance of powerful messages woven into their beautifully rendered and skilfully orchestrated compositions. Whether approaching us with subliminal suggestions or hitting us hard with her intentions, Guidry’s imagery never … Read More

Rodrigo Luff – Ethereal Harmony – Artist Profile

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Rodrigo Luff is an Australian artist based in Sydney. He creates ethereal figurative works of women and nudes in beautiful dreamlike settings, his works are ornate and lush, replete with elaborate references to the natural world. Luff studied traditional life … 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

Boris Pelcer – Reverie – Guest Blog

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‘Reverie’ by Boris Pelcer ‘Reverie’ is a visual experiment involving a voluntary confrontation with the unconscious through willful engagement with my own imagination and fantasy. In essence, each piece is shaped by the rich and symbolic narratives that are brought … Read More

Dulk – The Morphology of Wildlife – Artist Profile

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As a child, Antonio Segura Donat (Dulk) helped his father to feed the birds they reared at their home. He loved watching the fledglings and seeing them grow, as well as the fish, dogs, and horses that lived on the … Read More

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