Artist Kerith Lisi is drawn to everyday materials (vintage books, ephemera, found objects, etc.) that would usually go unnoticed, but upon closer inspection reveal a beauty created through everyday wear and tear. Working with discarded materials invites exploration of ideas universal to the human experience: nostalgia, second chances, the beauty of imperfection.
Max DeHart is a San Jose artist who does not limit himself to one medium. Most of his paintings are nature inspired or themed consisting of some sort of landscape and/or an inhabitant(animal) of that environment.
Art can be a powerful, productive force and instrumental in sparking change or critical thinking. Through their curatorial practice, Gutfreund Cornett Art is committed to promoting and supporting local, national, and global art activism. Art can produce a visceral response and can provoke, inspire, or disturb, and opens one’s eyes to worlds other than your own.
Michele Guieu is an environmental artist currently focusing on the watershed and the consequences of human activity on the ocean through large scale inhalations.
Nothing is more precious to an artist than their artwork and art supplies. That’s why they can oftentimes dread a big move, as the simple act of getting all of this from point A to point B can be a bit dangerous. If you want to make sure you make the move without damage to […]
Being a full time artist takes hard work, lots of letdowns, feeling vulnerable and sacrifice but the reward far outweighs the bullshit.
SignStorm is an art installation intended as a peaceful act of resistance, a silent rally with signs instead of people.The purpose of this project was to provide an opportunity for everyone, regardless of their physical limits, to publicly express feelings about our president, our concerns about his chosen cabinet and administration, and fears for the resulting future of this country and our world.
I am an award winning artist residing in the Bay Area, California. I create mixed media paintings working primarily with acrylic and collage.
I see my work as sort of a parallel world, where bits and pieces of this one recombine into scenes that are both familiar and strange. My work combines still life, landscape and figure painting into these surreal narrative vignettes. I pull my subject matter from my neighborhood walks and my hikes, from found objects and from the people around me.
Explore the art of Genevieve Santos, and what do you see? You may see a swelling of cuteness, the chubby cheeks of childhood limned fondly and funnily by her watercolors, her go-to medium.