My work is a combination of new media and traditional media. I create most of my work by digital painting or drawing, which I often combine with other elements I’ve made using traditional mediums such as acrylic paint, watercolor, tempera, papier-mâché, ink, photography, etc. as well as with non-traditional components such as tape, torn paper and coffee stains. I combine these various elements together through digital means to compose a final image.Read More Featured Artist | Andrew Binder
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Andrew Binder | Bronx, NY @abindart I create my work by digital painting, digital collage and/or image editing, which I often combine with other elements I’ve made using traditional mediums such as acrylic paint, watercolor, tempera, papier-mâché, ink, etc. as well as with non-traditional components such as tape, torn paper and coffee stains. I combine […]Read More Featured Artist | Andrew Binder
This work is a study of how nature and power rhyme. It is an exploration of candy-colored sensual puzzles printed on metallic paper on the back side of clear plexiglas. Viewers are drawn in closer to feel comforted yet disturbed, to wonder if it is science fiction or science illustration, mythology or an updated version of Titian’s master paintings. Tensions are created with hints of sensuality but paused at the detachment.Read More Featured Artist | Paul Pinzarrone
Kathy S. Copsey is a self-taught artist & has been a serious artist for over 30 years. Her focus is on pencil & digital drawings & acrylic & oil paintings, but she works with other mediums as well including computer graphics & minor video editing & production, and writing. As an artist, her purpose is to share, convey, & recreate the love & passion she feels, regardless of what the subject matter she is working with. Through the creation of art, one is able to explore one’s passions, perhaps creating inspiration & the drive within others to strive for their own goals.Read More Featured Artist | Kathy Copsey
Stefanie Lynn Hendra was born in Staten Island N.Y. and grew up in Brooklyn and Pennsylvania. Art has always been an influence in her life. Stefanie studied fine art and photography at Pocono Mountain High School, Northampton Community College and Pennsylvania College of Art and Design. In high school, she studied photography, fashion, tailoring, ceramics and drawing. Before entering college Stefanie took summer courses at Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science. Then she attended Pennsylvania College of Art and Design for Fine Art with a focus on photography. Due to her high-risk pregnancy with twins, she took time away from college to take care of her family. She enjoyed homeschooling her children and teaching them how to be creative through multiple forms of art. She recently moved to Japan, the Japanese culture has always been an influence in her life since she was young. Stefanie is a military spouse and currently lives in Japan with her husband and two sets of twins. She will be going back to college in 2020 to finish her art degree.Read More Featured Artist – Stefanie Lynn Hendra
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.