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Ben O'Neil

“Ben O'Neil is a Toronto-based illustrator, artist and screenwriter. He completed an undergraduate degree in Art Criticism and Curatorial Practice from OCAD University in 2016. Since then he has worked as a freelance designer and illustrator, self-publishing zines and comics, and working with brands and business including Sweet Jesus, Left Field Brewery, Rise Kombucha and Ryerson University. Ben's first full-length graphic novel, APOLOGETICA, was published by Popnoir Editions in Spring 2019.”

Theme: Panorama

Nuria Meseguer

“Artist from Canary Islands (Spain, 1973) grows in his father's art studio which conditioned her to study Bachelor of Fine Arts (1991-1996). Since 2000 she has been professionally dedicated to exhibitions, and private orders with her paintings specialized in the underwater world. After the ABYSAL exhibition (February 2017), her work is between the blue sea surface, and the dark depths of the complexity of the human psyche and its relationship through the portrait and the human body.”

Theme: Foray

McCalla Hill

“McCalla Hill received her BFA in Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009. During her time in Atlanta, she has exhibited in 7 exhibitions, including SCAD-Atlanta’s juried open studio night, Young Blood Gallery, and Mint Gallery. While at SCAD-Atlanta she was awarded the Educator’s Scholarship for her previous work in public education and the Glenda Knight Keyes Scholarship for excellence in painting. Before coming to SCAD-Atlanta, McCalla exhibited in the 2003 Birmingham-Southe”

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Alfa Gallery

“Alfa is an artist-run contemporary art space. Since its establishment more than a decade ago, Alfa has identified and cultivated the careers of an international roster of visionary and emerging artists. Our mission is to support artists by providing a platform to showcase their work and dedicate to creativity and experimentation, as well as collaborate with venues on the national and international levels, presenting museum-quality group exhibitions. ”

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Beth Rhodes

“Beth Rhodes spent her life in the coastal town of Biloxi, Mississippi until she moved to Starkville to earn her BFA at Mississippi State. In 2012, she set off on a journey to explore how painting and design fit into modern life. After starting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, then meandering through Alabama, she has ended up in Miami, Florida. Her body of work is centered around exploring the connections, or lack of connection, that we have with each other and the world around us.”

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Updated on July 25, 2019 | By Steph Davidson

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  3. Upload your artwork. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
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