Christian Boehmer is an autodidact artist and started his first artistic steps in the graffiti scene of the late 1990s. In the process, he very quickly began to focus exclusively on figurative picture elements. The principle of colorful and very dynamic image design, borrowed from the graffiti context, can still be found in many of his works.
Sarah Lee was born in San Francisco, and currently lives and works in the Bay Area. She is a self-taught sculptor, and most of the skills – welding, bondo, resin, fiberglass, and auto body painting - were learned from mechanics and body men working at her father’s auto body shop. She occupies a small room on the first floor of the auto body shop, which was originally a storage space and eventually became her studio.
Ebony Russell is an artist living and working in Sydney, Australia. She completed a Bachelor of Applied Arts (Honours) at Monash University in 2003 and in 2019 graduated from The National Art School Sydney with a Master of Fine Art and now a sessional lecturer in the Ceramics Department. Ebony is interested in exploring decorative practices traditionally performed by women as the main construction method for her practice.
Born in Mexico and now residing in Canada, Tassy creates surreal animal paintings that capture the complexity of human emotions. Their art invites viewers to explore their own emotions and the depths of their imaginations. Tassy's work is a celebration of the fantastical and the imaginary, each piece is a snapshot of a dream with its own set of rules and a unique universe.
Mary MacGregor-Reid is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. Her life-long interest in Western Esotericism and ontology of the otherworldly inform her work, whether through moving image installation, photography or sculpture. She creates the costumes and props for her lens-based works as well as 3D sculpting her miniature objects. Mary explores symbolic expression in her work, particularly the occulted visual language of alchemy, which she has reimagined in her figurative artwork for the past 7 years.
Adrian Cox is a painter living and working in Los Angeles, California. He's studio practice involves crafting an intricate and epic mythology with his paintings. In his work, he explores questions of identity, spirituality, and our relationship with the natural world. In creating his work, he draws inspiration from art history, science fiction, mythic archetypes, and his own experience of growing up in a closeted queer family. He obtained his Master of Fine Arts degree from Washington University in Saint Louis in 2012. Cox has exhibited his work nationally and abroad, including at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum Saint Louis, and the Oceanside Museum of Art.
Berk Günay is a visual artist currently living in Istanbul. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University. Berk is an artist who combines figurative realism with abstract elements and creates his own atmosphere. He expresses his inner world with surrealist and symbolist values in his works. He is using occult and spiritual issues for his art to create a reality beyond the reality we are in.
Sharon Covert is a conceptual self-portrait artist and photography teacher/mentor. She teaches photographers to explore and process their emotions and life experiences through self-portraiture and self-expression. Sharon's goal is for artists to have a creative healing outlet and voice through art and self-exploration. She creates art inspired by Fairytales, Mythology, the Tarot, nature, and all things in the magical realm. You will find hints of these elements threaded throughout her artwork.
Italian painter and illustrator Rossella Paolini was born in Trieste, a city of sea and woods, and lives in the historic heart of the city between a medieval castle and a Roman forum. She draws from a very young age, loving the illustrations of storybooks and animated films by Walt Disney. Each of Rossella Paolini's works embodies a meaning and a story. Inspired by the fantastic, occult and mysterious world, she tries to infuse through her works the knowledge learned from studies, books, travels and cinema.
Erik Mark Sandberg is an artist residing in Los Angeles, California. His compositions delve into the complexities of modern consumer culture and love, drawing inspiration from the everyday. Utilizing a diverse range of mediums, including painting, printmaking, digital processes, and sculpture, Sandberg's hirsute figures and allegorical narratives come to life in a crafted fusion of painting techniques. His work creates a painterly space of psychological dimensions between the natural world and the artificial reality of the digital sphere, making his art a thought-provoking exploration of our present condition.
Chiyoko Kana is a self-taught artist who loves cats and dogs. Since her parents were not really wealthy when she was a little girl, nobody really gave her any toys to play with. She chose a pencil and scrap papers to draw anything she wanted to see. The princess, fairies, big house, castle or gorgeous meal, and much much more. Chiyoko's imagination brought her anywhere she wanted, and anything she want to be. At 16, a Japanese publisher offered her the first illustration work.
Barrett Biggers finds therapy in creation. It is the only effective way for him to truly express his desires, dreams and emotions. He have been drawing and painting for fun as a hobby for most of his life but never seriously. Barrett's love of design, art and digital came from his father who worked in graphic design and publishing while his love of wildlife, ecology and plants stem came from his mother who was a Biology teacher. After college he began his career as a Wildlife Biologist but various circumstances led Barrett to really reflect on what he ‘‘loved” to do. That turned out to be a graphic artist.