Jane Bellante is an expert at helping people let go of negative thought patterns to create the art and personal brands they have always wanted with joy, confidence, and ease.
Kyrstin and Bryce Nihill created a conjoined exhibition called Form & Flow that juxtaposes their completely different art styles in a cohesive story.
Tim Fite used to be an artsy rapper. Now he’s just artsy. He doesn’t drink. He doesn’t do drugs. He makes compositionally complex, allegorical drawings that occasionally have a musical or performative component.
Susan Hensel’s new innovative artwork, which blends commercial embroidery processes with sculptural concerns, is gaining attention and awards.
“I am only committed to following my inner visions and imagination, which seeks actualization. There is almost a sacred demand for attention as I work to spontaneously discover the colors, shapes and composition of the piece” – Ingrid Hoffmeister
“All of my movements over the surface of the work by hand, tool, or paintbrush are done whilst having a dialogue with the medium in Real-time” — Cybele Rowe
Masha Kechaeva’s art expression includes costume and set design, photography, performance, filmmaking, and directing – all at the same time!
Annalise Neil, a cyanotypes artist from San Diego, creates incredibly complex surrealistic compositions full of deep philosophical meaning.
Ecuadorian visual anthropologist and artist Tatiana Lopez explores the indigenous culture of the local tribes through multimedia artwork