We are really excited to speak to Tara Leaver, artist, teacher and creative encourager who draws on her life experience to create free-flowing paintings and wall hangings, as well as courses and books that help artists tap into their true creative potential.
When we came across Nadia Nizamudin’s Instagram feed, we were immediately taken with the vibrant colour combos and the mash-up of mediums.
Amanda Michele is a Brooklyn-based artist and graphic designer who creates cool, colourful abstract pieces using mainly watercolours and pens. She also has a kick-ass blog where she gives herself monthly art challenges and posts interesting articles about her artwork, inspiration and life. We recently caught up with her and asked her to spill the beans about her processes and artistic path.
Los Angeles-based artist Hayley Quentin uses watercolours and oils to create portraits and figurative paintings of male subjects that are both ethereal and edgy. Both her subject matter and her techniques challenge the way men are typically represented in contemporary art. We had a chat with Hayley to find out more about her life, her vision, and her career as an artist.
Hong Kong-based artist Helen Boyd studied art in Christchurch, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia before moving to Hong Kong in 2002 and creating H Studio Gallery, a creative hub offering art classes, workshops and exhibitions.
We love meeting creative entrepreneurs who have their hands in a ton of creative ventures, and Hayley of Paper + Ink is one those gals. She’s a freelance illustrator who does cool paintings and drawings, plus she designs skateboard and longboard decks and created The Skateboard Collective for riders who want their own custom deck. Oh—and she also has her own online vintage clothing shop. Haley recently took the time to sit down with us and give us some insight into her process and progress as a creative entrepreneur.
London-based artist Eve De Haan has worn many creative hats from writer to illustrator, interior designer and multimedia artist. Her current works feature quirky sayings and single words lit up in colourful neon lights, and they make statements about contemporary society. We sat down with her to learn more about her message and methods, as well as her artistic career.
Hong Kong based French visual artist Ophelia Jacarini’s work aims to explore all aspects of humanity from the physical body to the inner workings of the mind and soul. Ophelia recently took the time to chat with us about her artistic journey.