This work is a series of new versions of The Penitent Magdalene, Callisto and a portrait of Isabella D Este. It is a depiction of shame, detachment and sorrowful sensuality. Thses are other-worldly and religious but with fractal tattoos of a goddess, vixens and a patron of the Renaissance. These are all digital, built with digital photography, fractal, flame and painting software, printed on metallic paper on plexiglas or high gloss aluminum. Each of these is inspired by the works of Titian, LaTour, Perugino and Caravaggio.Read More Featured Artist – Paul Pinzarrone
The images created under my name are collaborative and are fulfilled by the care and concerns I have for those I serve – and for those who have come before me. Although I have an M.A. from Pittsburg State University, my work develops from the “muscle mem …Read More Featured Artist – Catharine Deever
Ashleigh is currently a Junior at Ringling College of Art and Design living in Sarasota. As a Florida native she has never grown out of her Disney phase and enjoys anything remotely cute or pink. Her goal is to continue to make art while always tapping into her childish side. She wants to inspire and entertain children from all over the world.Read More Featured Artist – Ashleigh Crawford
Featured Artist Richard Miller – Arlington, TX Instagram From his days growing up in Maryland, Richard Miller has had two passions. First, a love for making art, and second, a love of music. These two interests would run parallel throughout his life, ultimately coinciding in Miller’s unique music based paintings. In his early years, Richard […]Read More Featured Artist – Richard Miller
Haimeng Cao is a freelance artist in Los Angeles. He graduated in ArtCenter College of Design, illustration major. His skills focus on concept design and visual development. The medium of the work is digital painting, rendering and modeling. He was influenced by several dystopian novels, especially 1984 and Brave New World, and the artists such as Mobius and Katsuhiro Otomo. The theme of his work is mainly about future city landscape design, the atmosphere and mood of the works otherwise indicate the totalitarian and formalized future societies. Every piece of work has unique camera angle and displays spectacular panorama of the city. Each city has different architecture styles and atmospheres. The story is established within those techniques.Read More Featured Artist – Haimeng Cao
I create “photos from different worlds” as I call them, and animated films. In my works I use photos, textures and paint a lot of fur and hair. Characters in my works don’t have names, and they are not animals, nor are they humans. They are what they are – different type of species from faraway. Every “photo” is provided with a very short story, sometimes just few words. It’s like as if you are walking down the street and some people are passing by, and for a brief moment you heard scraps of conversations and thoughts… the next moment they are gone. I love this feel of mystery and that something is left untold. I think there is a lot of freedom in open endings.
Sometimes when everyhting in life becomes overwhelming, I seek retreat, I seek shelter within myself. It is then, when it opens – a door, or a window… and I can catch a glimpse of something not connected to daily troubles. Some light, some shadows, something otherworldly. And if in that moment I am sensitive enough, these light and shadows can leave traces, they can transform, like in photography, into visual form, into images, into frozen moments of someone’s live and untold stories.
I am an artist, a lifelong student of the sciences, an inventor, a ponderer, builder, and tinkerer. I am a high functioning father and husband with Asperger Syndrome. I am also color blind, which people seem to find interesting. These are things that make me unique and I appreciate who I have become. I currently live in the beautiful State of Maine with my wonderful soulmate and our five children.Read More Featured Artist – Michai Morin
Featured Artist Michai Morin – Brunswick, ME Instagram SUBSCRIBE TO ARTIST PORTFOLIO MAGAZINE “I am an artist, a lifelong student of the sciences, an inventor, a ponderer, builder, and tinkerer. I am a high functioning father and husband with Asperger Syndrome. I am also color blind, which people seem to find interesting. These are things […]Read More Featured Artist – Michai Morin
Artist Portfolio Magazine’s 20 Art Competition Aerick Newman – Los Angeles, CA Hi, my name is Aerick and I am 24 years old. The artwork I have submitted is the result of a recent and different way of approaching my artist career. I have decided to dig deep into my past of personal issues that […]Read More Aerick Newman – Featured Artist
Artist Portfolio Magazine’s 20 Art Competition Susanne Jensen – Ithaca, NY This technicalzilla wards off any crashes to the hard drive by repelling computer hackers, in search of a gateway. She thrives on a diet of Linux and when she isn’t busy chomping on commands and syntax; it’s pretty awe inspiring. Drawing and painting, since […]Read More Susanne Jensen – Featured Artist
Artist Portfolio Magazine’s 20 Art Competition Jay Brown – Chicago, IL Being trained by a colleague with two BFA’s, makes me a product of her brilliance. After a decade of learning, a hobby is now a transferable skill. Using electronic brushes to relay hand motions and enhance visual messaging is nothing short of dramatic verse. […]Read More Jay Brown – Featured Artist
Artist Portfolio Magazine’s 20 Art Competition Paul Pinzarrone – Machesney Park, IL Instagram This work is a study of how nature and power rhyme. It is an exploration of candy-colored sensual puzzles printed on high gloss aluminum. Viewers are drawn in closer to feel comforted yet disturbed, to wonder if it is science fiction or […]Read More Paul Pinzarrone – Featured Artist