Dan Quintana (United States) paints eerie, goddess-like figures immersed in figurative and ethereal worlds. The extensive time spent on each figure is apparent, as their staggering precision grips one’s attention in an instant.
Alex Garant (Canada) decided to truly commit to her passion for Arts after suffering from a heart attack in 2012, changing forever how she would see the world. Garant uses patterns, duplication of elements, symmetry and image superposition as key elements of her imagery.
Adipocere (Australia) uses embroidery to create his own visuals inspired by a fascination with the macabre. He combines themes of innocence with an unsettling and sinister melancholy, referring to many of his works as ‘emotional self-portraiture’.
Jana Brike’s (Latvia) paintings are inspired by folklore, fairy tales, children’s book illustrations, imaginative Soviet animated films, classical paintings and most of all, life. In her work, she explores the internal space and state of a human soul – dreams, longing, love, pain, growing up and self-discovery.
Rodrigo Luff’s (Australia) palette is vibrant and his sense of light luminous. He explores a feeling of the otherworldly by capturing his subjects in trance-like dream states, suspended in mysterious atmospheres.
Tim Molloy (New Zealand) makes weird art, mostly in the form of comics and watercolour paintings. He is inspired by the occult, religion, horror, science fiction, psychedelia and a lifetime of bizarre dreams.
Pamela Wilson (USA) has built a reputation for works of art that transcend the commonplace to enter the realm of the otherworldly. She develops haunting images which create a remarkably compelling narrative.