pieter w postma (@pieterwpostma)
Sculptor, Artist. based in Amsterdam.
love arts and crafts and love life.
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Idee Monterrey (@ideemonterrey)
Father, photographer, designer, teacher, gardener, amateur chef, journalist...
35mm lens. Available light only.
poetry - dreams - their wicked juxtapose
H.J. Cross Poetry (@hjcross_poetry)
My poetry is often the unraveling of my deepest thoughts. I find ordering them into poetry can give me clarity. I might also include the occasional short story. Sometimes, it is raw and transparent. Other times, it may be a way for me to release some destructive thinking with sarcasm and ultimately act better. However, all of it is me.
Emily McLaughlin (@emilycleo)
Painting through, over, and beyond multimedia collage is how Emily combines avenues of perceptions. Connections are built up across paint strokes and the cut edges of paper- tactile physical combinations and those of meaning. Her work has been shown in Seattle, New York, Art Basel Miami, and in curatedonline international shows.
Gabriel Marquez (@gabrielmarquezart)
As an artist Gabriel has been drawing for most of his life. He explores art of all mediums but focuses specifically on murals, drawings and paintings. His artwork explores themes of an illusory motion trapped in frames of stillness. His characters are fixed in a surreal motionless state, as if frozen in time. The aesthetic of his imagery makes the eyes drift and flutter through the use of continuous lines. The progression of linear contours in his characters keep the attention of the viewer. His collaged charcoal illustrations float above a blank white creamy surface, separating the composition from the background. This makes his work feel as though each cha
Zacaffeine is best known for her expressive oil paintings of boats and urban landscapes in abstract forms that capture feelings of the environment. Her work is not as much about the boats, but what the surrounding landscape is trying to communicate to the viewer. The boats are as figures captured by the artist in gestures with the environment capturing the place and mood. Companionship, isolation, anger and serenity are common themes in her work. The artist’s personal technique with oil uses only palette knives and various other tools, but no brushes. Largely influenced by artist Kim Cogan and teacher/mentor Mark Kang O’Higgins from Gage Academy in Seatt
Digital Film Academy, also known in the industry as DFA, is a New York state-licensed school that specializes in Digital Filmmaking and Media education.
Lolos Bri (@lolosbri)
Creative Photographer, Art and Science Teacher
Laura Trueman (@lauratrueman)
Native American Cherokee Poetess
Michael Nguyen (@nguyensminiaturen)
At his core, Michael Nguyen is an artist, not a photographer but more a photographic poet or something he himself could not define. He moves away from the mainstream, at the same time blurs genres. Most of the time, he focuses on small, ordinary things but through the subjective lens, give them new perspectives, a new soul. „Michael Nguyen’s photography is the art of showing more than you can see. Making visible – worshipping the invisible, he walks with the third eye of a wanderer through the visual adventure of life.“
Ashley Barrett (@theashleybarrett)
Jurica Gotal (@juricagotal)
Installation Art Sculpting - Digital Art - Conceptual Art
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António MV (@antoniomv)
I make art + stuff
Based in Lisboa 🇵🇹
Visual Artist / Digital Painter
Painter of Futuristic abstract worlds
Self-taught queer illustrator that lives in the realm of tongue-and-cheek campy pop art
Mark Gould (@abstractmarks)