Alessandra Maria was born in 1989 in Seattle Washington, and resides in the Hudson Valley, New York. She graduated from Pratt Institute in 2012, and is represented by Galerie Fledermaus in Chicago.
Masa Zodros is a digital artist who offers portraits of black men and women with a militant pictorial approach. Inspired by Renaissance painting, she uses digital and composite art to create works that illustrate a world that has or could have existed.
Nasim Pachi is an international contemporary painter whose work confronts culture, religion and the restrictions they impose, particularly on women. Her monumental canvases are richly detailed, contrasting the female form with intricate patterns of fabric or mosaics. Their enticing aesthetic draws in the viewer until we are forced to reflect on the importance of choice and individuality amid the complex rules of society.
Kate Van Doren explores human resiliency, connection, and the healing power of nature through realism paintings, drawings, and photography. Having worked as an art therapist in the mental health field for more than two decades, Kate offers a unique lens, cultivating connections with her inspirations to foster their stories about the human condition. She is deeply devoted to creating art that raises healing awareness in the lives of others.
Rocio Villanueva is an Italian-Guatemalan photographer and artist based in Guatemala City. From a very early age artistic expressions have been engraved in her consciousness, through drawing, painting, photography and art appreciation with the help of her great-uncle, who introduced her by chance in this world of art.
Miguel Casco, a dynamic and multifaceted visual artist from Puebla, Mexico, skillfully merges his expertise in cultural management, information design, photography, and museography to craft a distinctive artistic voice. A magna cum laude graduate in Fine Arts from the University of the Americas Puebla, and holding a master's degree in Information Design, Casco has honed his artistic prowess through an array of prestigious seminars and workshops.
TheArtistRobert is the moniker of Robert Walker, a UK-based fine art painter best known for his 'geo-figurative' works that derive their meaning based on the model's body language or expression and perceived cue. He paints in oils enjoying its multiple technique uses and is currently experimenting in mixed media as he further develops his practice.
Amy Salomone of “Forms Most Beautiful” is a mixed media digital collage artist combining her extensive background in science and art to create works that explore man’s place in the natural world. Her educational and professional background in science is evident in her work which communicates concepts such as evolution and natural selection, animal behavior, the limitations of human perception and our story within a larger cosmological and biological story. Each piece is designed to tell a part of that story and to act as a starting point through which we begin to see ourselves from a different vantage point. Amy largely works with digital collage and ephemera, but also incorporates personal illustrations, photography and at times microscope observations into her work.
Theo Polymorphos is a North American painter of imaginative realism, whose art explores the mysterious journey of the soul, exploring themes of ecstasy, initiation and metamorphosis. Taking a deeply personal approach, he builds on these themes with symbols and motifs from his own dreams, spiritual practices and natural environment. After a decade wandering the globe as a consultant, he rekindled his childhood love of drawing and painting and quickly became obsessed. The confidence gained from learning traditional drawing and painting methods unlocked the door to his imagination, catalysing a total reorientation in life. He recently completed a three year course in imaginative realism under Tenaya Sims at the Georgetown Atelier in Seattle, Washington. He currently resides in Central Florida where he continues to develop his portfolio.
Bob Doucette’s whimsical and highly saturated paintings come from the world of dreams. Sometimes bordering on surreal, his imagery is a product of a decade of theater work, puppetry and twenty-five years in the world of animation. As an animation director he was responsible for many well known animated children’s programs for PBS including, Chloe’s Closet, Dive Olly Dive and Clifford’s Puppy Days. He started in animation at Warner Bros. and was involved with many classics like Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs. His independently animated films won him many prestigious awards and honors and his MFA thesis film Pink Triangle, the first animated film to depict the persecution of homosexuals by the Nazis, is in the permanent collection at the New York Public Library.
Janaina Medeiros is a Brazilian artist and illustrator. She creates lush and dreamy images with delicate lines, using traditional, digital and mixed techniques. Her work has been featured in books, comics, magazines, oracles and exhibited in art galleries.
Dave Seeley is a figure painter living in Boston, MA. Making things has been essential to his satisfaction for as long as he can remember. After earning dual degrees in architecture and fine art from Rice University, he embraced an architecture internship in Los Angeles, revelling in the city’s vibrant arts culture.