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Alaric Hobbs

“Alaric's sculpture and illustration is primarily influenced by world interests, such as; semiotics, fables, architecture, natural phenomena and politics. His illustrative style is inspired from nature and urban environments. In his Detritus series, Alaric manipulates found objects, and sculpts them into readymades with a purpose and function. Initially drawn to something for its original form, he questions the manipulation and history of flotsam with the same principle as 'Grandfather's Axe'.”

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Carla Fache

“Carla Fache is a chilean born, Miami-based visual artist who explores through her paintings the frontiers of color, space, balance and matter. Her work unfolds the juncture of different scenarios occurring simultaneously in parallel realities, providing interconnected timelines through her canvas, as portals to new dimensions. ”

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Isabel Wedekind

“Isabel Wedekind is an aspiring artist attending OCAD University to pursue her dream of becoming an art therapist. Wedekind’s practise consists of drawings and oil paintings, figurative work mostly, which convey a certain truth that one may find telling or emotional. Wedekind’s work has been featured in local newspapers and has taken part in art festivals such as Hamilton’s annual Supercrawl. After completing her bachelors in Fine Arts Isabel plans find a placement in a correctional facility.”

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Kais, Nataly

“Nataly Kais is a Toronto based creative interested in sustainability, human connection and mindfulness. Her practice includes painting, 2D work, 3D work as well as animation. ”

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Zoey Lin

“Lin is a contemporary artist who mainly works in oil paint with the theme of anthropomorphism. She is interested in exploring the relationships between human and animal, her work attributes human characteristics and behaviors to animate wildlife, with a particular focus on the details and textures found in nature. ”

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Abdo Hassan

“Abdo Hassan is a Junior Art Director, based in Cairo, Egypt. Specialized in digital visual arts, digital collages, and mixed media, joined international exhibitions, and got featured in various books and mags. ”

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Annie Forrest

“Inspired by interesting and outlandish characters, Annie is a lens based artist recognized for her playful style and interest in the absurdity of humanity. Alumni of the Creative Practice program at the International Center of Photography, she previously earned a BA in Communication at SFU. Critical studies of politics, gender and media laid a foundation which informs how she views the world and approaches projects. Annie has photographed musicians including A$AP Rocky, Orville Peck and Arca. ”

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Sarah Zanchetta

“ Sarah Zanchetta is a multidisciplinary artist. Her practice emerges from growing up in a male-dominated society. Zanchetta investigates the male role within heteronormative relationships. utilizes the historical affair between feminism and textiles. She manipulates found hypermasculine imagery into opulent patterns. These digital designs become printed physical textiles and transform into immersive sculptures. Her forms unveil the intimate rituals within the female domain.”

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Alexandra Diez de Rivera

“Alexandra Diez de Rivera is a visual artist based in London working with photography. Her portrait work has been included in publications such as Vanity Fair, FT Magazine, Shanghai Daily, and Le Point and she is represented in private and public collections in the UK, China, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, Greece and Dubai. Diez de Rivera has been pushing the boundaries of digital photography with her theatrical tableaux and staged portraits.”

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Kiah Zellner-Smith

“Kiah Grace is a multimedia artist who’s current obsession is eating pizza and promptly painting portraits of dreamy eyed women on the boxes. She is constantly looking for ways to engage the “divine” in common objects and is drawn to the inherent histories of recycled materials. She continues to expand on ways to reinvigorate recycled and discarded objects with color, soul, and meaning.”

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Updated on October 30, 2019 | By Steph Davidson

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How to create an artist art portfolio website.

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  1. Sign up for a free trial with Format. No credit card required.
  2. Choose an artist art template. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch templates.
  3. Upload your artwork. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
  4. Edit your site. Customize your site menu to include exactly what you want.
  5. Personalize your design. Make it yours and change options like the template preset, fonts, and colors.
  6. Ready to go further? Set up your store, add SEO or social media integration, and more—whenever you want.

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