Hi-Fructose x Ello (@hifructosexello)
Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine is always looking to discover emerging artists, and Ello - the Creators Network - endeavors to provide visibility and opportunity for the abundance of talented creators on its platform. Enter the Hi-Fructose x Ello Emerging Artist Showcase - click on the link in our Bio for details.
Be sure to visit @hifructose as well and give them a follow.
Paul Jackson (@pauljacksonlives)
British mixed media artist based in Toronto.
Joshua Roman (@joshuaromanart)
Blue Belly Farms (@bluebellyfarms)
A multi-faceted, Prop 215 compliant organic farm, based in California.
Megan Buccere (@meganbuccere)
art, things, suff, whatnot Pronounced (bus era)
Megan Hudson Buccere (pronounced bus era) is a narrative painter who works primarily in soft pastels and oils. She attended Louisiana State University, holds a BS in Art Education, and has taught advanced and talented high school art for the past 15 years. Buccere's painting style features soft surreal works that blur the line between beauty and fear, creating stunning pieces with an edge. Her use of coincidental, accidental, and unexpected connections, such as her use of strings, multiple hands, and all knowing eyes, often leaves viewers orphaned with a mix of conflicting feelings and thoughts. Megan i
Richard Ahnert (@richardahnert)
Toronto Based Artist
Dean McDowell (@mcdowellartist)
Was born, lives and works in Northern Ireland.
Falco Verholen (@lifemachine)
Freelance illustrator, comic artist & aspiring game dev. I love creating surreal, unexpected, haunting and hopeful stories. Loyal servant of two feline overlords, addicted to Murakami, fueled by music and internet comedy. Open to commissions and collaborations.
Sandra Chevrier (@sandrachevrier)
Sandra Chevrier currently lives in Montreal, Quebec. She is a gaze collector, an idea chaser and a full time single mom.
The series "cages" is about women trying to find freedom from society's twisted preconceptions of what a woman should or shouldn't be. These women encased in these cages of brash imposing paint or comic books that masks their very person symbolizes the struggle that women go through with having these false expectations of beauty and perfection as well as the limitations society places on women, corrupting what truly is beautiful by placing women in these prisons of identity. By doing so, society is asking them to become superheroes.
Edith Lebeau (@edithlebeau)
A hybrid of sorts
21 / toronto / curatorial student / editorial freelancer
Suite Charlie (@suitecharlie)
Pretty Deadly Stylz (@prettydeadlystylz)
Tasha Farrington, a fashion stylist & creative director from Toronto, Canada.
Jason Chalker (@manlyart)
Graeme Luey (@fonebone45)
Owner & Curator at #Hashtag Gallery | Graphic Designer | Artist
Assistant Director of Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco
Online editor of Exhibition-ism.com
Resident of Oakland.
Rob MacDonald (@robmacdonald)
Editor at Sixth Finch / poet / teacher
Carrie Hawks (@tigerpixie)
Fantasy Cat Artist Tigerpixie.com
Loving Human of Anakin The Two Legged Cat