Originally from Honduras and one of the founding members of the B-Side Artists, German Lemus’ murals can be seen outside Brink nightclub downtown and throughout Orlando.
He’s exhibited at local events and galleries such as City Arts Factory, Orlando Museum of Art and Artopia.
Chris Parker is a fine artist from Savannah who combines organic and surreal themes into what can be described as “fabulist fight against urbanity.”
Ken Pearce paints colorful creations on found and recycled wood, seen at House of Blues at Downtown Disney. His subjects range
from influential blues artist to furry angels for little folks.
Her earnest fascination with architecture and anatomy mark her as a natural talent. Morgan Wilson finds perverse satisfaction in commanding her audience with skillful strokes used to portray uncomfortable subject matter.
Parker Sketch’s expansive portfolio includes design work for major companies, including Motorola, Disney, The Chicago Bulls and The Ford Motor Company. Active in the local arts community, he regularly exhibiting his work, coordinating art events, volunteering for art programs, and as a member of local art organizations.
Florida artist and printmaker Whitney Broadaway’s creations range from accordion fold books to etchings
and watercolors of woodland creatures.
Shown nationwide and is in private collections in the United States, Europe, Australia, the Middle East and
United Kingdom, Ronda Richly currently produces paintings, collagraphs, copper works and book art.
Illustrator, designer and cardboard artist Patrick O’Connor is creative assistant for Watermark and graphic designer
for Florida Hospital Innovation Lab.
Central Florida artist who specializes in working in pencil, pen & ink, graphic design, acrylic paints, and mixed media.
With a background in digital media and emphasis on graphic design and branding, Jennie Ablanedo has a passion
for fun and funky design, specifically for the creation of products and user interfaces.