"Conventia II" Mixed media Esra Nesipogullary, 1991. Architect/self-taught multidisciplinary artist. Born & raised in Turkey, currently a resident in Italy. After working two years in several architectural design studios, in London, Istanbul, & Mantua, she moved to the art & curitorial field. Her works often respond to personal stories in the cultural & political contexts. esranesipogullari.com
"I Am You" Acrylic Srin Lahiri is a Dallas-based visual artist who creates art about the trials facing women of color in order to erase harmful stereotypes.
Ella Devi Dabysing
"Woman, Garden VX" Digital print Ella Devi Dabysing, is an abstract practitioner from South London. Her current practice looks into portraying women in an abstract, natural & contemporary light. By reverting away from preconceived conceptions that we have been led to believe throughout art history; her work takes a sincere & revised approach to capturing what is real. Through various life drawing sessions, conversations, drawing studies & readings, she has adapted a style that taps into drawing from these women's interior rather than exterior in an abstract way. Everything about Ella's work goes against the norm & traditional standards, making the viewer question the constructs that women face & why they haven't been able to be seen in a true light such as this. IG: @elladabysing_art
Gwladys Le Roy
"Balancoire" Watercolor on paper Gwladys is a 27 year old artist coming from Paris now living in New York. Inspired by the women of her family she is expressing her creativity in successful, French, feminist projects. Among them perhaps the most renowned one is actually the first one: @Gangduclito's book, "Le Petit Guide de la Masturbation Feminine (English translation: The Little Guide for Feminine Masturbation) which is a great success in the French media & brought a big community together with 80k followers on Instagram & 12k books sold in February. firstname.lastname@example.org IG: @gwladys_le_roy
"Messages on Their Faces" Photography Justin Snyder is a Los Angeles & New York (bicoastal) based documentary photographer. "I love the human condition. I love observing how people interact with other people & I love the conditions I find people in. I love the rain, the fog. I love the harshness of the light in the middle of the day. The small-time periods of sunset & sunrise light. I love the cold & the shivering of my hands on a windy morning. Everything is always working against you while documenting people on the street, so when you do get that one image its kind of like a limited edition. I personally know what went into it. I personally know what the lighting, the weather, my focus, my balance, the compositin & the colors all had to align at just the right moment to capture that image. It's this relentless work to capture just one great image that keeps me intrigued to keep documenting emotions & the human condition" - Justin Snyder Photo Justin2020@JustinSnyderPhoto.com justinsnyderphoto.com IG: @justinsnyderphoto
"Light in the Darkness" Photography Mario Molins was born & grew up in direct contact with Nature. He found something special, transcendent, & mystical in it, a deep love, respect, & feeling of protection towards her. These deep emotions for Nature have made "sprout" sculptures & artworks over paper that have the language of Nature & wood as protagonists. The best artist statement of Mario Molins is the video "My grandfather is an olive tree." email@example.com IG: @mariomolinsescultor
"Lost World" Photography Marcus Connolly is a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio where he earned a degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Photography & a minor in Art History. With ten years of experience behind a lens, he has developed a style that provides a broad sense of scale. Often times his work begs the viewer to peer closer to see the hidden details in the frame. With a focus on adventure & landscape photography, he is always on the hunt for the next big thrill & the next great shot.
Cecilia Mignon Hamlin
"Fleur With No Name" Solvent transpher on frosted duralar Cecilia Mignon is a visual artist based in Oakland, California. Her work in photography & printmaking plays with the ephemeral quality of time through abstract marks & use of iteration, & flowers. firstname.lastname@example.org ceciliamignon.com IG: @ceciliamignon
"Arabella Langford - Death Of A British Icon" Photography, digital composition on photoshop Tuna El-Salihie is a filmaker & photographer, originally from Sweden, currently studying Prints & Time-based Media at Wimbledon collage of Arts UAL in London. "I'm at heart a story teller who works in the medium of film & photography to create filmic pieces, with often a dark or melancholic undertone to process & re-interpret the real & fictional identities I encounter in life & media in combination to the bigger philosophical questions I have about how humans behave & how our expectations of life & how we want others to perceive us. The human is the center of my obsession in my work, I want the viewing of my work to ignite desire in audience to become introspective & ask questions of how they became who they are & not just take it as one of life's mysteries." - Tuna El-salihie
"Rising Hills" Acrylic on wood panel Mekayla Dionne is an emerging Metis artist who recently graduated from OCAD University. Based out of Toronto, Ontario. Mekayla produces abstract paintings in which she explores colour relationships, composition, & layering. Through many-sometimes dozens- of acrylic layers, she creates thick tactile patterns. The landscape of her paintings are often laden in ridges, denoting where each masked layer occured. The smooth acrylic surface alongside the ridged edge of each layer work together to create a unique tactile experience as well as an intricate visual adventure. email@example.com IG: @mekayladionne
"Scattered" Recycled envelope, repurposed paper, watercolor, & ink Based in TX/OR. Most of the artwork composed starts with simple shapes or ideas worked through using a scientific approach. All art is created by practice of bottom-up processing, which allows for many evolutions from start to finish. But really it allows for the practice of patience while also creating depth, emotion, reflection, & ultimately the scattering of light. firstname.lastname@example.org
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