Darren John (@darrenjohn)
Artist whose primary concern is the value of the creative imagination and it's suppression in everyday life.
Craig Robb (@craiger3d)
I graduated with honors from the University of Colorado at Denver in 1994. Since then, my sculptures have been shown and collected across the country. The sculptures can also be found in many corporate collections throughout Denver.
The work utilizes found objects by themselves or in combination with other materials. They are meant to be metaphorical in nature but can be appreciated as simply as an object of beauty.
Art for me has always been about the passion of creation. I am an idealist in as I still believe that through my sculptures I can affect a person.
Petra Eriksson (@petraerikssonstudio)
® Universal artist / art direct /
/ COLOUR LOVER /
/ freelance dancer & graphic designer /
(Warsaw, PL) ®
New York based designer / illustrator from Madrid
Michael Kravagna (@kravagna)
Arthur Huang (@lifeasaconsumer)
Michael Craik (@michaelcraik)
Scottish artist, reductive painter, living in Fife, working in Kinghorn, looking at the sea.
G. Michael Novak (@gmichaelnovak)
In the beginning, I painted. Oils and acrylics. On canvas, paper, board . . . anything I could find. It was a wonderful time, and then it wasn't. I stopped painting for a very long time. I did other things. I was an actor, a writer, a cowboy, a businessman. I worked on the railway in Australia, raised chickens in Israel and was an interior designer in Mexico. Eventually, I found my way back. But now it is different. A computer screen is my canvas and pixels are my paint. It is work unlike anything I have ever done before.
Robin Antar (@robinantar)
American Pop art sculptor Robin Antar has been called “Brooklyn’s answer to Andy Warhol.” She brings Pop art to stone, carving iconic American food and designer clothing with her distinct brand of hyperrealism.
Robin Antar began sculpting in 1974 and had already paid her dues in sweat and stone dust before receiving a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 1981. Her artistic path parallels the American art world’s evolution from Abstract Expressionism to Pop art: she began creating abstract works that were deeply rooted in her emotions before turning to realism in 1998. Her
Joyce Pommer (@pommerart)
Paul Scott Malone (@paulscottmalone)
Born in Houston. Degrees from U of Houston, The U of Arizona (MFA). Writer/author, journalism/fiction (three books). NEA fellow. Abstract oil painter (other stuff too), in numerous shows, galleries, books. Adjunct at several universities/colleges over the years. Fisherperson. Dog dude.
Joep Egmond (@joepegmond)
Dutch contemporary painter
Tijs Rooijakkers (@foretijs)
Bruce Hari (@newyorkbookfest)
Allan Gorman (@brandspaman)
Alberto Oliveira (@albertooliveira89)
Alberto Oliveira, artist from Brazil, lives and works and São Paulo
Stephanie Chefas Projects (@stephaniechefasprojects)
Tim Sheaffer (@sheafferdesign)
Mark Pol (@markpol)
Artistique Life of Mark Pol Amsterdam, May 25, 2017.
I was born in The Hague. Now I live in Amsterdam.
I had no artistic influence. My parents were poor and could not pay a formal academic study in the Arts. At that time I knew nothing about art. I have just my own fantasy. I am a dreamer who never wants to wake up, but I did when I grew up.
I learned on the Free Academy of Art during evening studies to work with Oil on canvas. Drawing with charcoal on paper. Why? Because I was formally trained in those techniques at that time. I speak about half way the Sixties.
I received formal training on the Free Academy of Art in the evening in The Hague.