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Dark Myth and folklore: An Interview with Grady Gordon

Posted by J Meyers on

This month Dark Art & Craft talked to Oakland based monotype Artist Grady Gordon. Gordon's raw ink monotypes are filled with textured figures, landscapes and ominous skulls on stark backgrounds. 

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Between the Sacred and the Profane: An Interview with Artist Felipe Froeder

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

Online you might have seen the fantastical and horrifying collages of digital artist Arcano XV, or Felipe Froeder. His evocative work melds the realms of familiar imagery with a deeply sinister macabre that permeates your deepest nightmares. 

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Cancelled Work & COVID19 Responses: Virtual Art Shows During the Pandemic

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

It's certain that the way we interact with art shows for the remainder of the year is going to be significantly different. Gone are mortar shows for the foreseeable future. Quarantine has spurred a lot of motion into the digital space for the creative realms - ranging from a rise of virtual exhibits through galleries and independent creators.   One of the people who has stepped up to create more opportunities for artists in the upcoming months is New Orleans based painter Lillian Aguinaga. Over the last few weeks she has curated two art shows, one of which, Part One: Cancelled...

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