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  • Elizabeth Mcgrath

    Elizabeth McGrath

    Elizabeth McGrath (United States) has always had an eye for the tortured beauty in the grotesqueries of life; this appreciation is nowhere more evident than in her work.

  • Mahlimae


    Nicole Watt aka Mahlimae’s (Australia) exquisitely simplistic and emotionally driven characters evolve from a world long forgotten; a world hidden in the shadows of imagination.

  • Laurie Hogin

    Laurie Hogin

    Laurie Hogin’s (USA) work consistes primarily of allegorical paintings of mutant plants and animals in languishing, overgrown landscape settings or posed as though for classical still life or portraiture.

  • Michael Reedy

    Michael Reedy

    Michael Reedy’s (United States) highly detailed anatomical works explore themes of life, death, and the human condition.

  • Stuart Amos

    Stuart Amos

    Stuart Amos (Australia) is best known for his realistic style with an underlying sense of the surreal; juxtaposing human life with the natural world.

  • Miso

    Miso’s (United States) art is often stimulated by her interpretation of the known and her experimentation with the unknown. Fascinated with biology, pathology and the science of evolution, Miso has sought to fabricate a world in which strange creatures, born of her making, exist and thrive among us.

  • Amy Sol

    Amy Sol

    Amy Sol (United States) creates intricate work that is influenced by a combination of manga, folk-art, vintage illustration and modern design.

  • Sandra Yagi

    Sandra Yagi

    Sandra Yagi (USA) is interested in the intersection between science and art and is inspired by themes of anatomy, genetic manipulation, evolution and medical oddities.

  • Hannah Yata

    Hannah Yata

    Hannah Yata (United States) seeks to interweave the parallels of the unconscious with the struggle of the natural environment and how it relates to views regarding the body of the woman and that of nature.

  • Tiffany Bozic

    Tiffany Bozic

    Tiffany Bozic (USA) has spent the majority of her life living with and observing the intricacies of nature. Her work has the traditional air of tightly rendered nature illustrations but with a highly emotional range of surreal metaphorical themes.

  • Josh Keyes

    Josh Keyes

    Josh Keyes’ (United States) work is a hybrid of eco-surrealism and dystopian folktales that express a concern for our time and the Earth’s future.

  • Matthew Grabelsky

    Matthew Grabelsky

    Matthew Grabelsky (United States) combines a hyperrealistic painting technique with a surreal penchant for unlikely juxtapositions. Raised in New York City, Grabelsky uses its subway’s underground world as the setting for his unlikely pairings.

  • Heidi Taillefer

    Heidi Taillefer

    Heidi Taillefer’s (Montreal, Quebec) style is strongly influenced by Surrealism, combined with a keen interest in technology and biology.

  • El Gato Chimney

    El Gato Chimney

    El Gato Chimney (Italy), a Milan-born artist, counts among his creative preoccupations subjects ranging from alchemy, magic and occultism to popular folklore and primitive and modern art.

  • Jon Jaylo

    Jon Jaylo

    Jon Jaylo (Philippines) studied fine arts at college in the Philippines before he began his career as a painter in earnest. Jon’s works, though whimsical and full of symbolism, are infused with real stories from his own experiences.

  • Mat Dangler

    Mat Dangler

    Matt Dangler (USA) constructs fantastically inspired and engaging imagery, which contains the power to reveal new and undiscovered aspects of the personalities of each and every one of us, by speaking directly to our subconscious and therefore our inherent inner beings.”

  • Jean Labourdette turf one

    Jean Labourdette AKA Turf One

    Jean Labourdette AKA Turf One (Canada) is somewhat obsessed with Russian icons, dead things, carnival sideshows, seedy theatre stages and Victorian-looking midgets sporting dandy facial hair.

  • Jel Ena

    Jel Ena

    Jel Ena (United States) is a multi-media artist based in Los Angeles, CA. Her darkly erotic visualisations are enchanting, projecting characters with feminine mystique of epic proportions.

  • Jonathan Guthmann

    Jonathan Guthmann

    Jonathan Edward Guthmann (Australia) is a fine artist with academic qualifications in theology, mythology and associated ancient languages.

  • Mike Davis

    Mike Davis

    Mike Davis (United States) is a modern surrealist painter who lives and works in San Francisco. Davis is the owner of the internationally renowned Everlasting Tattoo.

  • Henrik Uldalen

    Henrik Uldalen

    Henrik Uldalen’s (Norway) atmospheric paintings of delicate floating figures are infused with dark themes such as existentialism, nihilism, longing and loneliness.

  • Lukifer Aurelius

    Lukifer Aurelius

    Lukifer Aurelius (Australia) is a New Zealand-born, Brisbane-based painter. Lukifer creates surreal, multi-figure compositions that serve as personal meditations on the plurality of individuality.

  • Brian Viveros

    Brian M. Viveros

    Brian M. Viveros’ (United States) detailed paintings of defiant doe-eyed beauties summon a raw poetic of intractability. Beautiful and yet barbarous, they draw from the power of the feminine and its reconciliation of vulnerability, beauty, and power.

  • Christopher Ulrich

    Christopher Ulrich

    Christopher Ulrich’s (USA) surreal iconographic images have adorned museums and galleries worldwide. He is influenced by the richness of ancient mythology, the mystery of alchemy, and the vastness of cosmic reality.

  • Isabel Peppard

    Isabel Peppard

    Isabel Peppard (Australia) is an award winning stop motion animation director and an accomplished sculptor. Through her diverse practice, she creates rich narrative imagery that explores themes of love and psychological pain, emotional viscera and the monstrous feminine.

  • Scott G. Brooks

    Scott G. Brooks (USA) uses humour and anatomical distortion in his paintings. His work explores social, psychological, and political issues.

  • Kim Evans

    Kim Evans

    Kim Evans (Australia) is an artist based in the Yarra Valley. Her works are associated within the fantastic, visionary and surreal genres.

  • Jason Limon

    Jason Limon

    Jason Limon’s (United States) art follows stories based on mythological creatures and paranormal cryptids portrayed with a hint of humor with a dose of strangeness. You can often see his characters brought to life in dimensional form through his complex sculptures.

  • Marina Dieul

    Marina Dieul

    Marina Dieul (France) has received numerous awards and honors for her miniature paintings.

  • Lisa Ericson

    Lisa Ericson

    Lisa Ericson (United States) tends to focus on hybrids in nature as a key element of her gallery work.

  • Nom Kinnear King

    Nom Kinnear King

    Nom Kinnear King (United Kingdom) creates imaginary portraits of girls who roam from town to town in a patchwork old fashioned never world, where rusty melodies trail their steps, their curious behaviour shadowed by sweet melancholy.

  • Caitlin McCormack

    Caitlin McCormack

    Caitlin McCormack (United States) lives with two cats in South Philly and crochets to forget the world, in the chaos of her slovenly, nest-like studio.

  • Ville Lopponen

    Ville Löppönen

    Ville Löppönen’s (Finland) paintings deal with the healing nature of suffering and the human struggle with the self and its contradictions. He is also concerned with the conflict between religious service and ego-based artistic creation.