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Idris Mootee

“Idris sees his work as a movement to reflect the technolization of our lives and to manipulate a sense of reality while re-contextualizing what is considered “normal.” They are mash-ups sometimes accented with post-impressionist explosions of colors and textures. Many of his works question and blur the boundaries and intersections between the real, unreal, and the semi-real; they are a profound artistic interpretation and an edgy reflection of our modern-day life”

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Dana Gilchrist

“Dana creates in a variety of styles exploring various mediums, tools and techniques for mark-making. Inspired by a love of music and rhythm, she creates in a spontaneous fashion, layering materials and then scraping, scratching, rubbing or sanding to reveal elements below. Details exposed through a worn surface honour the idea of beauty rediscovered through the endurance of time or circumstance. She often incorporates sentimental, found or discarded materials into her mixed media collage work.”

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Johann Krammer

“Johann Krammer is a illustrator and painter from the Chiemgau (South Germany). His main motifs are people from his surroundings. People with something extraordinary in their faces, which is perhaps only visible through a painted picture. Mostly Johann Krammer draws with pencil or charcoal or paints with oil paint in a larger format. In addition to his portraits, he also paints astronomical objects that can otherwise only be observed through large telescopes.”

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Katherine Strause

“Katherine is a painter living in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is Professor of Painting and Chair of the Art Department at Henderson State University. In college, Katherine learned good design, color, and the spirit of being an artist. Katherine has been at HSU since 2007, where she continues to impact young art students and directs a successful studio program. She has been nominated for a Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant and her paintings have been featured in over 60 exhibitions. ”

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Toby Pikelin

“Toby Pikelin is a multi-disciplinary visual artist based out of Toronto. She graduated from McGill University in 2006 with a BA/BSc from McGill University and in 2018 received her MFA from Concordia University. She has been part of group shows in Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto, Buenos Aires, and Mexico City and was an active stencil street artist for many years. During her MFA, Toby developed a practice in miniature dioramas and stop motion animation and is now exhibiting a solo show.”

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Andrea Krull

“Andrea Krull is a Copenhagen based artist studying at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She is working with both illustration, graphic art and photography. Her art is usually characterized by bold colors & dreamy motives. She is forever driven by her playful curiosity.”

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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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Lauren Vaile

“Lauren is a Canadian born multi-disciplinary artist practicing in Toronto, Ontario and attended OCAD University. Lauren creates unique multi-media art works and design pieces focusing primarily on experiential site-specific installations. Working with ideas around the fluidity of memory and how people move within the experience. Lauren's work allows for viewers to participate within the art piece through adding their own experiences and interpretations.”

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Glory Samjolly

“Glory is a British feminist and an accomplished figurative painter studying in UAL Wimbledon. She explores historical/colonial art and identity through her narrative paintings of Black women, particularly in 18th century aristocratic costumes. She uses wallpaper to create a unique relief which blends into her oil portraiture paintings. Glory is keen on shedding her perspective of culture and representation of Black women in historical paintings.”

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Sidney Cherie Hilley

“Sidney Cherie Hilley is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. Her work encompasses poetry, video, performance and wearable art. Her jewelry collection is inspired by sound wave patterns and natural celestial bodies. ”

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Updated on July 25, 2019 | By Steph Davidson

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