Jacqueline Gallagher – Zombies and the Disturbed – Artist Profile

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Born in 1984 and raised on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, Jacqueline Gallagher received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2009. Since then, she’s exhibited nationally numerous times with 3 solo and many … Read More

Gianluca ‘Tenia’ Gambino – Fragility and Brevity – Artist Profile

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Born in 1986, in Sicily, exactly in Catania a baroque city par excellence. Tenia’s career starts as an illustrator/digital painter at the age of 25 years. This industrious man, art enthusiast since his childhood, is a self-taught illustrator who translates … Read More

Camilla d’Errico – Sky – Guest Blog

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‘Sky’ by Camilla d’Errico When I was in Rome, I kept hearing this phrase: “We all live under the same sky.” There, they celebrate just being human. It doesn’t matter what color you are, what your background is. They understand … Read More

Felicia Chiao – There Are Wonderful Things Everywhere – Artist Profile

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Felicia Chiao is an industrial designer, illustrator, and toy maker who is now also designing for the food industry. Originally from Sugar Land, TX, Chiao is a recent graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and has a background … Read More

Camille Rose Garcia – The Ballrooms of Mars – Artist Interview

The multi-layered socio-political narratives found within the kaleidoscopic psychedelia of Camille Rose Garcia’s paintings, arrive as subtle and effective triggers to our subconscious minds, initiating our unconscious processing of issues and events concerning these most troubling of contemporary times. Through … Read More

Tiffany Liu – What the Fruit? – Artist Profile

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Painter Tiffany Liu has crafted a compelling and absorbing visual world – a playful and sometimes macabre phantasmagoria filtered through the eyes of an adult artist who demonstrates that her adoption of a ‘childlike’ point-of-view is never a ‘childish’ one. … Read More

Paolo Pibi – Going Beyond – Artist Interview

Paolo Pibi taps into the vein of an artistic manifesto which, since its inception during the early part of the 20th century, has forever changed the landscape of creative exploration: namely, that of the Surrealist movement. Pibi’s thoroughly engaging imagery … Read More

Adrian Cox – Terra Incognita – Guest Blog

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‘Terra Incognita’ by Adrian Cox My current solo exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery, Terra Incognita, continues the mythic narrative of the Border Creatures, a race of hybrid beings that populate my work. I’ve long considered my artistic practice to be … Read More

Ethan Murrow – Grandiose Narratives – Artist Profile

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Ethan Murrow is an artist working out of Boston, MA. His drawing, video, sculpture and installation projects delve into the idealized and uncomfortable ways in which histories are told, retold and molded into grandiose narratives. Ethan received his B.A. from … Read More

Alessandra Maria – Icons of Humanity – Artist Interview

Upon viewing the powerful iconographically informed artwork of Alessandra Maria, it quickly becomes apparent that there exists a distinct connection with the past, along with an incredibly potent relationship with the present. Maria’s personal experiences as a youngster in a … Read More

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