Tag: mixed media

Art from Michelle Montague (@FullMontague) / Toronto, Ontario, Canada

From Michelle Montague: Michelle Montague is a Canadian mixed media artist based in Toronto. Drawing and painting for nearly 20 years, Michelle spent her formative years in Edmonton and Windsor before returning to Toronto in 1996. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Ontario College of Arts and Design (now OCADU). Michelle has exhibited in the Greater Toronto… Read more →

Art from Cheryl Gross and Marta Wapiennik (@cherylgross) / Jersey City, US and Krakow, Poland

From Cheryl Gross: Illustrator, writer, fine art and motion-graphic artist, living and working in the New York/Jersey City area. She is a professor at Pratt Institute and Bloomfield College. http://www.martawapiennik.com From Cheryl Gross and Marta Wapiennik: Born in Cracow, 1988. Graduated from the Graphic Department at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow in 2013. http://www.cmgross.com https://www.facebook.com/marta.wapiennik Read more →

Art from Antonio Páramo (@toni_pg) / Spain & Germany

From Antonio Páramo: My work talks about the beauty and bodies of the unconventional people that love who they are and don’t care about what others say about them. That’s the kind of people I love to draw and photograph. I’m specially in love with plus size women and that’s why I like to draw them so much. I believe that… Read more →

Art from Dave Petraglia (@DavePetraglia) / Florida, US

A Best Small Fictions 2015 Winner, Dave Petraglia‘s writing and photography have appeared in Agave, Chicago Literati, Crack the Spine, Foliate Oak, Gravel, Jersey Devil Press, Necessary Fiction, Pithead Chapel, Popular Science, Prairie Schooner, Stoneboat, theNewerYork, Vine Leaves, and elsewhere. He is a Contributing Editor at Arcadia Magazine. http://drowningbook.com/ – @DavePetraglia – facebook.com/dave.petraglia Read more →

Art from Jonathan Phillips (@wshldbstrngrs)

Jonathan Phillips (aka weshouldbestrangers) is a self taught mixed media artist from Amarillo, Texas. He explores the human figure and condition with an always evolving mix of color, texture and line work. Twitter – Tumblr – Instagram                 Read more →