EK Interview: Lauren Marx

My oh my do I love the work of Lauren Marx. Violent, brutal, unrestrained, her art makes me feel primal and stirs something ancient and normally restrained within me. Colorful, beautiful, and elegant, her content is a contradiction, carnal yet refined. And as a person she is deep, insightful, and honest. Her interview is touching…

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EK Interview: Joel Rea

The world of Joel Rea‘s art is vast and overwhelming, in both scope and meaning. Where does the dream stop, and the real begin? Who knows, as Joel stitches the two together so seamlessly, ice clad rocks, starry and cloud filled skies alluding to a harsh nature, an untamed world foreign to humans. Tigers, powerful…

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EK Interview: Mario Dilitz

Mario Dilitz works with wood to create touching, meaningful sculpture. His works are a sort of expose on the human condition, bare emotion painted across bare wood. Our vulnerable, withdrawn, most quiet moments are his focus, and damn does he depict them well. Check out his interview:

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EK Interview: Ben Thomas

The photography of Ben Thomas makes our world look like a model set. In the most extreme, this can be an exercise in humility, forcing one to consider how infinitesimal we are as human beings, and how tiny our race is in the scope of our planet, and in the greater context of the universe.…

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EK Podcast: Christine Wu

A truly delightful and insightful interview with the one and only Christine Wu (www.misschristinewu.com) who has a fantastic solo show currently showing at Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles until Feb. 20th! Check it out! The podcast is a bit long but worth every second

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EK Interview: Mary Iverson

Mary Iverson is a painter from Seattle, her works depict a natural world overrun and polluted by consumerism. The nature in her art is beautiful and vibrant in its own right, but to it so marred by shipping containers and their tendrils is a striking image, indeed. Check out her interview:

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EK Interview: Charles Wish

How far down the rabbit hole do you want to go today? Charles Wish will take you deep, deep down. Americana meets South Asian Art to create art soaked in nuance, overflowing with color, and brimming with microcosmic universes. It’s overwhelming in the very, very best of ways. And his thoughts are just as interesting:

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EK Interview: Christina Pettersson

Christina Pettersson‘s black and white drawings portray a world where mystery still rules. Where the old gods and goddesses are alive and strong, without color she draws living, visceral pieces that draw you in, call to you, make you think of the world that might be, not see the world as it is. Her imagination…

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EK Interview: May von Krogh

May von Krogh‘s ceramics have a common thread, they’re soaked in emotion, each a conscious and meaningful meditation on a theme. Besides that, each is an isolated incident, a standalone testament to her ability to create novel and nuanced work. Aesthetically they are deep and penetrating, most of her subjects are children, which makes their…

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EK Interview: Daniel Martin

Daniel Martin seeks to challenge our perception of beauty with his work. Bound in the moment, and to the human condition, Martin’s work asks why we call something beautiful and another thing ugly. What is the seed of that and why does it affect us? Check out his interview to read and see more:

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EK Interview: Paul Kaptein

Wood is alive, and Paul Kaptein‘s work is a living testament to the human personality, warped, flawed, smooth, and beautiful. In his work he means to remove thought, to use wood to explore the space between the meaning, the quiet places, where the most of everything is. Check out his interview:

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