James Jean – Observation. Memory. Imagination. – Artist Profile

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James Jean is a Taiwanese-American visual artist, who was born in Taiwan and raised in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey. He received his education at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, from which he graduated in 2001. Jean … Read More

Peca – Reflections of a Believer Animal – Guest Blog

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‘Reflections of a Believer Animal’ by Peca Divergent Mind: Gravity fades, objects float, the water rises, beings attract and repel, I fly without control, happy, to discover all, among planets, shooting diamonds and strawberries, my body is crossed painlessly, the … Read More

Veronica Jaeger – A Sense of Being – Guest Blog

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‘A Sense of Being’ by Veronica Jaeger Making something out of nothing, along with the feeling of disconnecting from the reality of the everyday life to my own invented one, is what keeps me delving into the process of creating. … Read More

Mark Bryan – The Predicaments We Place Ourselves In – Artist Interview

For artist Mark Bryan, humour and satire provide the possibilities of maintaining, and more often than not, amplifying the interest and intrigue of his audience, even when the messages he presents are somewhat unpalatable or disturbing. A veteran of the … Read More

Alice Lin – A Wonderland of Possible Realities – Guest Blog

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‘A Wonderland of Possible Realities’ by Alice Lin My name is Alice Lin, (aka Xu Linlin) and I live in Beijing. I’m a freelance artist with a passion for new Chinese meticulous painting and 3D projection art. I first fell … Read More

Yoko d’Holbachie – Visual Alchemy – Artist Profile

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Inspired by popular culture in her native Japan and beyond, Yoko d’Holbachie’s paintings are at once vividly inviting and disturbingly dark. Candy colored creatures with wormlike tentacles travel through fantasy landscapes. Elements of Kawaii, Anime, Pop Art and Surrealism blend … 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

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

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‘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

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