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dorris vooijs (@dorrisvooijs)
K. Natale (@thecrvft)
Manifestation of creation and imagination.
Eric Jones (@teragram1)
Once streamed through the Liberal Arts and Landscape Architecture, now a de-streamed (!) artist with a spaniel named Pepper. Try blogspot URL (below) for context of recent works (and review). For line drawings (some amusing, some odd), visit @teragram2 or hit the circle below
Dr. Zhou (@yi_zhou)
Founder of BodyMemory Clinic
John Felix Arnold (@johnfelixarnold)
Artist, Traveler, Human. Sf Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Durham, Tokyo
Gershon Kreimer (@gershonkreimer)
In my search for visual forms, I consolidate the exchange between my personal gaze as an artist, and the narrative contained within the subject. What I look for in this narrative is the representation of not only a catharsis, but also the revelation of a hidden identity. It is not the pose, product of training or repetition.
My method is simple: to stimulate irrationality in gestures, in pauses, and in poses. It is almost the same process as with a performance, but above all, it is the final result of automatism. The pauses in my latest installments of Void reflect the absence of control or its natural opposite; control in
Artist, surfer, snowboarder, shaper,designer,nature enthusiast, born in Athens Greece 1970!
Daniel B (@dbo1984)
My work is concerned with how the internet and technology has changed the way we perceive the everyday. I start out my work by creating imagined spaces in 2D or 3D modelling programs using found images, personal photographs and 3d models; These imagined landscapes are 3D virtual reality collages that build on the Duchampian legacy of the ready-made and the collage. This process allows me to create a truly unique reality that can then be drawn upon as source material for oil and tablet paintings.
Tracy Lewis (@tracylewisart)
Posting here randomly.
If you would like to view more work,
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No. No. No. No. No. (@fivetimesno)
Beauty or GTFO
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
aleks (they) • twentysomething • queer • vegan
Brinson McGowan (@brinsonmcgowan)
stuck somewhere between light & dark
jon steen (@therightjon)
Madeline Tolle (@madelinejean)
Stylist. Photographer. Adventurer
Beto Ruiz Alonso (@betoruizalonso)
Hilarious and ice cold.