Four Beans (@fourbeans)
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Courtney Knight (@courtneyknight)
freelance Illustrator living in Portland, OR
obsessively drawing /
on keeping /
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Natalia Lvova (@lvovapro)
Natalia Lvova is a Russian artist living in California. She loves order, and she finds it in making art. Her style, which she calls “twiddle art,” is denoted by tight, swirling brushstrokes that together create colorful shapes. Natalia uses brushes that are hard and flat to achieve this precision. Each brushstroke is placed carefully next to the last, and Natalia is careful not to create any overlap. The result is colorful, contemporary compositions that will delight any viewer who appreciates the exactitude of fine detail.
Lindsey Carr (@lindseycarr77)
Artist & Illustrator
Eric Michael (@ericmichaelart)
Eric Michael is a contemporary artist exploring the use of various materials and iconography as he creates thought-provoking images that address an array of issues affecting humanity. Nearsighted and color blind, he examines pre-existing canons through a distinct lens as he seeks to bring a new perspective to social-economic and political paradoxes.
Follow me on Instagram: @ericmichael_art
Ron van der Ende (@ronvanderende)
Bas relief sculptures constructed in salvaged wood.
Cary Castro (@carycastro)
Into landscapes, abstract and minimalist art.
The Art of Chase (@theartofchase)
The Art of Chase is known for his quirky and humorous paintings that create disruption in our day to day lives. After moving to Los Angeles from Belgium in the 1990s he began his foray into the street art world on a large scale, seeing a raw city open to creation, offering a new mode of communication through imagery and quirky text. His determination, fueled by his mantra “where there’s a wall, there’s a way,” has given rise to international opportunities and over 350 murals worldwide. The psychedelic, graphic, and positive aesthetic of his work add to the urban landscape, but also seek to create a dialogue between city inhabitants and within ourselves.
Keith J. Hampton (@amazeme3)
Keith J. Hampton has four decades of agency and studio experience in illustration and design and fine art. He started in '77, illustrating for the Saturday Evening Post company and later as a cover artist for ICP Publishing, creating 20 covers a year. He moved into design in 1982 at advertising agencies as art director and creative director. He opened it'sALLart in 1995. He focused on work in acrylic painting and block printing in the 90s and later added sculpture. After a 1-year venture owning a gallery, in 2004, he moved his studio home and concentrated his showing efforts with regional galleries. He shows new works in group and solo shows when time permit
Carter Kustera (@carterkustera)
Artist/Writer one with everyone.
Arnab Biswas (@reacharnab)
My work borrows insights from the current cultural cataclysm, metaphysical teachings or sometimes just the banality of existence. It can be utterly ludicrous or acerbic to some. Its Influenced by both traditional insights and modern dialogues.
Ever since I was a child I have been fascinated by the drama of life torn between yoni and the Linga. It started out as a thirst for knowledge that soon became a cacophony of desire to express through art.
I am a product of both the east and the west a true citizen of the world. Born near the India-Bhutan border, grew up in Kolkata, post graduated in Delhi and currently living and working in Germany.
Charles Parker Boggs (@charlesparkerboggs)
I compulsively litter empty spaces with marks and gestures that greet the absurd headlong. I remain hidden among the pines in the mountains creating a world where nonsense doesn't exist.
Megan Murphy (@megancmurphy)
Nonude Libre (@nonude-libre)
Atelier d'expérimentation scénique, corporelle, visuelle et musicale mené par Sarah Cassenti depuis 2012 destinés aux danseurs, aux performeurs, aux dessinateurs, aux artistes et aux personnes se sentant concernées par leur corps, la finesse et la perception de leurs ressentis. J'installe un entre-deux, espace de création doux entre moi et la personne qui pose, et les personnes qui participe, j'y fait entrer le corps, qui se met en mouvement, qui se saisit d'un objet et en même temps il est dessiné, nous notons, il se note, sans vraiment regarder notre feuille, certaines lignes se dessinent, un muscle, un cil, sa main, un regard se pose, sa texture, un objet
Jesse Narens (@jessenarens)
art&nature ↟ ↠ ↟ oregon
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