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Bellta Shotlersuk

Oh boy! This artwork by Bellta Shotlersuk is like staring at the deepest, darkest reaches of your inner-soul and having the damn thing scream right back at you.

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Janay Everett

Janay Everett attended the School of Visual Arts in New York before moving to Atlanta where she earned a bachelors degree in fine arts from the Atlanta College of Art. … Read more

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Shen Plum

There is a lot to enjoy about the work of artist Shen Plum. It’s a lot like looking through the kaleidoscope into a lovely nuanced wonderland, the one through the … Read more

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Polina Zioga

Polina Zioga’s piece Under the Surface interrupted my Wednesday afternoon doldrums, consisting of mind-numbing admin duties that creep up on you after weeks of neglect, and swept me off to … Read more

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Liisa Kruusmägi

The work of Estonian artist Liisa Kruusmägi blows my mind. It hits me like the first blast of sunshine after a long and chilly winter.

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Andrew Brandou

California-based artist Andrew Brandou draws from the children’s books, as well as the tripped-out, cult obsessed, disillusioned zeitgeist of the 70s when his early consciousness took shape. The storybook-ish quality of his … Read more

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Michael Dotson

The work of Washington DC-artist Michael Dotson goes a ways to satisfying my insatiable colour sweet tooth. His work makes my eyes light up. Colour aside, Dotson’s cleanly simplified, geometric … Read more

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Fawad Khan

Though his colourful murals, installations, and drawings look playful and whimsical, at the heart of Fawad Khan’s work is a dark and complex political struggle with violence and identity that … Read more

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