FEATURING 80 ARTISTS INCLUDING:
This Asian-American artist shown nationally (and locally at Tako Cheena) sold out his first solo show at Redefine Gallery at CityArts Factory in three hours. His popular three-dimensional works of acrylic, glue and hand-cut wooden boards blend vivid colors, icons from popular culture and macabre fantasy elements.
Unladylike (Megan Stewart and Kelly Berry)
A collaborative project that fuses Megan Stewart’s dream-world reptiles with Kelly Berry’s femmes fatales in colorful compilations intertwining varying painting mediums.
Feldman is a digital artist who mixes fine art and photography to weave explosions of shape, color and texture into bold images of intricate detail.
Ferguson is an artist and art teacher who specializes in handmade pottery that can be found in Gallery on the Edge in College Park.
Orlando Visual Artist and Photographer Jon Gardner uses various found or recycled media, including cans and glass, which he cuts and paints into tantalizing mixed-media creations.
Inspired by the quote “Art is the only way of running away without leaving home,” Guerrier’s ever changing style employs traditional fine art technique fused with the urban flair of jazz and “bleeding emotions from an animalistic perspective.”
A self-taught artist, he has won multiple awards including Best in Show, Best Black & White, and Best Horror at Dragon*Con. In addition to exhibitions, his detailed gothic work can be seen on apparel and marketing for Fox Films, Harley Davidson and Warner Brothers.
Capturing body builders on film, transforming theatrical stages and working in the many areas of graphics, illustration, oil painting and public art are some of the many talents of Bonnie Sprung. Aside from designing sets and art exhibitions, Bonnie creates and sells wearable art.
Inspired by the people and places she visits, from San Francisco to Austin, New England to New Orleans, Kincaid creates earth-friendly and cruelty-free natural jewelry that reflects her positivity.
SKIP (Justin) Skipper
Making waves in the international art world with his latest installation, “Franchise: The Ideal Woman,” the self-described miscreant, artist, musician, emcee, graphic designer, in-training photographer and stencilist extraordinaire fuses his craft in collaboration with photographer and fiancée Tasha Copley in an innovative interactive exhibit.
Vickie Wilson is an amazing abstract painter who has had her work shown in New York City and internationally, as well as at OMA 1st Thursdays events.