Oil on canvas panel
Monica Edwards—Orange County, California
Monica Edwards spent most of her life as an infographic artist. For the last 20 years, she has found her joy in plein air and scene paintings. She most recently had a show of her works at the Hilbert Museum in Orange, CA. Monica’s work can also be found in large retail stores and at the Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach, CA, in the summer.
Lakshmi Venkatesh—Santa Clara, California
"Every step on the Earth felt like a step off it, closer to Mars, or something fantastic..."The artwork is a part of a series dedicated to a few prestigious U.S. parks, based on the emotion that each place evokes. Souvenirs and photographs may remind the viewer of the beauty, but I want to transport the viewer to the magical journey that one experiences in these captivating places.
Cutting Washi (traditional Japanese paper), acrylic paint, watercolor paint, pastel, canvas
Yasuka Fukuoka—Fukuoka, Japan
I am the artist who draws with my soul and five senses without being bound by common sense. The world of my artwork is "輪廻転生 / samsara" which is reincarnation around the lives of living things. The main artwork is paintings, video animations, installation works, and picture book creation. While I am creating, I wish that the power of expression and art will change the world and spread smiles in the world.
Brian Frank—The Hague, Netherlands
My family just moved to the Netherlands from the U.S. I am a photographer, retoucher, and educator.
Loni Thompson—Sydney, Australia
I am a Sydney-based illustrator, artist, and graphic designer, working in a combination of traditional and contemporary mediums. I aim to create a connection to the natural world through a sense of curiosity and wonder. My work is shaped and inspired by the nuances in every subject in both the built and natural world and explores the hidden details that are often overlooked.