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

Victor LeBlanc – Life (Through the Screen) – Artist Interview

The world that Victor LeBlanc contemplates and shares with us in his masterful paintings, provides an unnerving glimpse into an all too possible future, where humankind has continued down our seemingly inevitable path of shaping both ourselves and our surroundings … Read More

Danny Malboeuf – In a Cursed World – Artist Interview

When viewing the poignant and evocative surrealistic imagery of artist Danny Malboeuf, we are encouraged to leave rational thought outside the frame and immerse ourselves fully in the mysterious beauty that unfolds within it. Siting music and literature as his … Read More

Lori Nelson – Find My Friends: How to Internet and Also Art – Guest Blog

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‘Find My Friends: How to Internet and Also Art’ by Lori Nelson Squirrels. They’re everywhere in Brooklyn, but especially chattering away in my brain, the little devils. I call the not-unique inability to focus for very long, Squirrely Brain or … Read More

Alex Gross – Antisocial Network – Artist Interview

Within the emotionally charged and powerfully discerning art of Alex Gross, we are treated to scenes of both dreamlike surreality and slabs of hard hitting reality, which dish up copious disturbing home truths, while asking us to confront our modern … Read More

Heidi Taillefer – Difficult Relationships – Artist Interview

The artwork of Heidi Taillefer explores age old philosophical questions concerning the human condition and our relationships with technology; concepts which have never been so relevant, given our current scientific advancements. Delivering a truly contemporary spin on classic iconography, Taillefer … Read More

Kevin Sloan – The End of the Street – Artist Interview

Kevin Sloan’s ‘allegorical realism’ occupies a fascinating territory where the natural world and humanity’s cultural contributions collide. The deliberately awkward interchanges that occur give rise to relationships which at first may strike us as unbalanced, although on closer inspection display … Read More

Alex Gross – An Attitude About Life – Artist Profile

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Alex Gross was born in 1968 in Roslyn Heights, New York and is currently based in Los Angeles, California. In 1990, he received a BFA with honors from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. In 2007, Gross’ work … Read More

Laurie Lipton – Pushing to the Limit – Artist Interview

Laurie Lipton has been drawing for over fifty years. During this time she has honed her drafting skills to the point of distinction. If she can imagine it, she can realize it with immense clarity and finesse. When this expertise … Read More

Shawn Huckins – The American _tier – Artist Interview

Shawn Huckins’ paintings explore concepts surrounding the impact that contemporary technology is having on changing the way in which we communicate. Focusing on era’s of American history for which he has a distinct nostalgia, Huckins recreates classic images from the … Read More

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