As a trained and educated chemist Andrew Irvine’s work explores the intersection between visual art and material science. Part alchemist and artist he creates beautiful pieces of ceramic wall art using raku, iridescent and lustre glazes.
Inspired by biology, botany and the other sciences Karen Carlo Salinger creates fascinating and unique orgomorphic art and sculptures.
After a 20 year career as a graphic designer at companies like Adobe, Apple and Atari Kim Meuli Brown decided to get back to her first creative passion, textiles.
Michele Guieu is an environmental artist currently focusing on the watershed and the consequences of human activity on the ocean through large scale inhalations.
Jenifer J. Renzel Website Facebook Tell us about your artwork, medium, style, subject matter, etc. I work in two different mediums, acrylic paint and found objects. I switch back and forth between doing colorful mixed-media acrylic paintings and sculptural assemblages. When I feel blocked or uninspired in one medium, I switch […]
Being a full time artist takes hard work, lots of letdowns, feeling vulnerable and sacrifice but the reward far outweighs the bullshit.
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.
I am a figurative sculptor, mostly working in mixed media and ceramics. The fantasy and horror genres are my playground. Maybe my style is dark comic impressionist unrealism, but probably not because I have no idea what I’m talking about.
A couple of months ago we had the pleasure of interviewing artist and art teacher Russell Powell for upcoming issue of Content Magazine. Russell paints on his hand then stamps it onto a piece of paper. That might not sound very impressive until you see his beautifully detailed black and white paintings that are painted on an approximately 4”x4” surface that isn’t flat.