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Category: Painters

  • Sarena Johnson: The Psychological Expressionist

    Sarena Johnson: The Psychological Expressionist

    I went to high school with Sarena Johnson. She’s always been a talented painter. And it seems that college has only made her even more talented. Her work can be described as many things – whimsical, twisted, colorful, dark – the list goes on. But a sense of real life and real emotion shine through […]

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  • Lustfullisha and The Fluidity of Her Art

    Lustfullisha and The Fluidity of Her Art

    Olisha Reynolds, who goes by the pseudonym Lustfullisha, is a 23-year old Phoenix-based multimedia artist. She began taking art seriously when she realized it could be a real job, not just “a hobby or a dream.” We talked to her about the fluidity of her art styles, her desires as an artist, and her inspirations. […]

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  • Anothony Sims’ Manufactured Expressionism

    Anothony Sims’ Manufactured Expressionism

    Robert Sims is a 19-year-old visual artist that lives in Mississippi, but is an active participant in the Memphis art scene. He plans to have his first official show this year and is excited about doing so. We talked to Robert about why he calls his style “Manufactured Expressionism,” his inspirations and his aspirations. Check […]

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  • Chinaza Agbor’s Paintings Inspired by Love and Sexuality

    Chinaza Agbor’s Paintings Inspired by Love and Sexuality

    Chinaza Agbor is a 19 year old fine artist from Dallas, Texas. She often paints colorful portraits with a grotesque twist, some of which you can see below. Taking inspiration from past relationships, her art looks to tell stories of the sexuality of women. She cites finishing a work of art as one of the […]

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  • Charlie Alright and His Therapeutic Art

    Charlie Alright and His Therapeutic Art

    After some emotional events in occured in the life of Turner McElroy, the artist within him emerged. He now goes by Charlie Alright. Charlie is a 17 year old painter from Oswego, New York, who also dabbles in fashion design. His paintings feature colorful characters, often contrasting dull backgrounds, that capture pure human emotions and […]

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  • The Many Faces of Meg McConn

    The Many Faces of Meg McConn

    Meg McConn likes to paint faces. Repeating, distorted, many-faced faces – and she’s brilliant at it. She paints eyes atop eyes, noses connecting to noses, mouths next to one another, all to create warped faces with far too many features for the normal human. And it works extremely well. These paintings all have a similar, […]

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  • Bryant Giles: Modern Mastermind of Art

    Bryant Giles: Modern Mastermind of Art

    Above photo courtesy of Nike Chicago. Bryant Giles is a man of many artistic talents. As one of the most prominent names in the modern art world, Giles has a distinct painting style. His work often features repeating and overlapping characters – detailed sketches of faces and bodies – along with a number of other random […]

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  • Reality, Warped: The World of Zach Thompson

    Reality, Warped: The World of Zach Thompson

    Zach Thompson lives in a reality of his own. We’re just on the outside looking in, catching glimpses of the people who roam his world through his abstract artwork. His collection of half-painting, half-collage works often feature a variety of abstract characters made up of disproportionate body parts, accompanied by a slew of different words, creating […]

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