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Acrylic on canvas
22 x 32 in., 2022
Jessica Aul is a senior at Pennsylvania Western University's Edinboro Campus. In the future, she hopes to work in a public school, teaching art while continuing to make her own.
Cherry Branch 1
Encaustic & oil on canvas
30 x 30 in., 2022
Ann-Marie Brown is a Canadian artist working in oil and wax. She is currently painting out of a studio on the British Columbia coastline in the company of rain and bears.
18 x 24 in., 2022
Sylvia Sykes is a portrait artist from Akron, OH. Her work spans across acrylic, oil and digital mediums in both caricature and realistic styles. Sykes obtained a B.A. in psychology and a minor in sociology from the University of Akron.
Shadows on a Kobra Mural
Oil on panel
40 x 30 in., 2022
Allan Gorman's artwork has been exhibited in numerous museums and commercial galleries throughout the USA and Europe. Selected as one of the 100 Grandmasters of Realist Art by Salon Des Beaux Arts, he has several fellowships and awards to his credit.
Damien Jackson tells the stories of Black and Brown people in America and worldwide. A graduate of Fisk University, an HBCU in Nashville, TN, Damien's work embodies a deep respect for culture and history with an intent to uplift the spirits of those he photographs.
#368 Tropical Camo IX
Metallic and fluorescent acrylics on canvas
36 x .75 x 48 in., 2022
Josh Stein is a creative artist, musician, writer, and professor with multiple advanced degrees from the University of California and the University of Liverpool. He is currently an MFA candidate at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
End of the Circus
Oil on panel
60 x 60 in., 2022
Gary Ruddell is an American figurative artist whose work is displayed across the globe at various galleries and private collections. Known for his representational fine art paintings and early illustrations, Ruddell is a BFA graduate from California College of Arts & Crafts.
Erica Catherine Matthews is an emerging photographer based in Kingston, NY. Her work has been published by Fatal Flaw Literary Magazine and Defunkt Magazine.
Charles B. Bowers
Ink on watercolor paper
22 x 30 in., 2022
Charles Bowers is a Virginia-based painter and illustrator whose work is focused on nature and the blessing of life.
White Dress at Sunset
16 x 20 in., 1988
Roger Camp has taught photography and English at the University of Iowa, Columbus College of Art & Design, Eastern Illinois University, Golden West College, and the city Internationale de Universitaire de Paris. His work has appeared in numerous journals including The New England Review, Pank, and New York Quarterly.
Olena Donichenko is a Ukrainian painter and engraver. A graduate from National School of Architecture of Grenoble, Donichenko's work have been exhibited in Paris and elsewhere. Donichenko is one of many Ukrainian artists whose life and work has suffered irrevocably since Russia-Ukraine war started in 2022. She continues to express her support and solidarity with suffering Ukrainians through her art.
Fool Me Twice
Acrylic paint on canvas
18 x 24 in., 2020
Surelle Schewe's paintings are often inspired by fairy tales, folklore, bible stories, and mythology. She uses deep and complex female characters to create visual story boards.
Valley of the Trolls
Acrylic on mulberry paper
20 x 16 in., 2022
Jane Zich is a San Francisco Bay Area artist whose paintings use imagery from the unconscious to explore human relationships with nature and with each other. Her award-winning paintings and drawings have been juried into numerous national exhibitions and published in literary, art, and psychology books and periodicals.
13 x 17 in., 2022
Ashley Miller works in photography, found objects, and installations. Born in Syria and raised in Guam, she studied art at The Evergreen State College and The University of New Mexico.
8 x 12 in., 2020
Joony Ly is an Asian American artist based in Boston. He uses film photography to explore the concept of memory, time, and relationships. He hopes to find common ground between artist and viewer through his works.
11.66 x 11.66 in., 2022
Marlene Jorge is a neurodivergent, autodidact pop surrealist artist who addresses the true nature of unconsciousness. Her work is currently in several private, public, and corporate collections throughout the Caribbean, the U.S., and Europe. Jorge lives in Texas, U.S.
10 x 7 in., 2022
Jennifer Frederick's work has appeared in Coffee People Zine, Beyond Words Literary Magazine, and 1807: An Art and Literary Journal. An interdisciplinary artist, they have recently received their law degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.