Airworks Studio (@geo-mela)
We make stuff. Things like burning houses, flying things, floating objects, big things, small things, gardens, public art, things that get blown. We use wind, air, water, light, bright and dark, camera, brush, saw and computer.
Intersection of two constantly changing state in its each equilibria,
Moment of serenity regardless of time with irretentive anxiety on premise.
Through my language, I hope to share this beautiful point with many people.
Pedro Mainman (@pedromainman)
Mainman uses the human figure as a means to criticize contemporary ideas about racial, sexual and social identity, emphasizing both the physical reality of the human body and its psychological value.
He is a researcher of the human nature. His inspiration is human emotions, his palette the stories that these suggest.
Each of the characters portrayed in this "Galerie Pathétique" serie of mixed media on canvas paintings has something of the painters most intimate and vulnerable part which he opens up and shares with the spectator in an exercise of courage, stripping his interior through the psychology of the portrayed. “It´s amazing how the deep and core o
Dianne Gall (@diannegall)
Visual Artist-Painter-Contemporary Realism based in Australia
Fine artist, teacher.
Painter based in Detroit, Michigan.
My body of work is a visual journal, some accounts are pivotal others are simple. I work to present this personal subject matter with economy of action and integrity of personal expression. I enjoy searching for the moment in a painting when the least amount of detail meets the truth of my subject. It’s this truth and simplicity that allow the viewer to connect, ultimately relating my work with their own experiences.
Podcasts: Savvy Painter & Easy Does It, John Dalton
For my full bio see my website.
Vasya Kolotusha (@kolotusha)
Merel Ellen (@merelellen)
Merel is an artist from Amsterdam with a background in neuropsychology.
She makes paintings, drawings, photo’s and combinations of the three. Her subject-matter is the human interior landscape. In her work-process the starting point is often where she finds herself in her own emotional development. From there on she takes a broader perspective researching psychology, literature and spiritual theories from different cultures.
About Merel’s work:
"The artist Merel Ellen shows us her own mirror in an enchanting way. She realizes that to be human at this time, one must embrace the mirror. She does so with an all-consuming courage.
Her work shows us what she fi
Ron van der Ende (@ronvanderende)
Bas relief sculptures constructed in salvaged wood.
Matt Wagner (@helliongallery)
Owner and curator at Hellion Gallery - Author of the "Tall Trees of" Tokyo, Portland and Paris books - Organizer of the Forest For the Trees mural festival - Art guy at Gigantic Brewing.
Andy Dass (@andydass)
Andrew Da Silva is a Urban artist from Montreal, inspired by 90’s cartoons, comics and graffiti. With a penchant for clean bold lines, and vibrant colour palettes, Andrew paints monsters, and characters with a distinctive edge. His paintings are often humorous, satirical, cute and sometimes creepy.
Grew up among of inks, papers, pens and many scribbles on the wall on his House.
Fan of a minimalist lifestyle, the artist carries more than 10 years of experience in research and artistic development.
"My paintings look unfinished because that’s what people are, they are unfinished. Your Face, your behavior”
Paul Smedberg (@paulsmedberg)
I mix, shred, distill, and compose parts of a number of original photographs into a new whole — defamiliarizing what is known. I call them photo remixes.
Angela Oliver (@angela_oliver_art)
Former creative director, now painter.
Painter, mischief maker.
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