Ruby Michelle is an American artist that graduated with her BFA from California State University of Sacramento with a concentration in drawing and painting. Her artwork has a childlike quality that is inspired by fairytales, Asian culture, folklore and children’s literature, while the subject matter is often a reflection of everyday life with a twist of fantasy and surrealism.
“I enjoy drawing human expression and the feelings and bonds we have with nature as well as each other. This series of illustrations called “Blankspace” is a collection of snapshots or moments captured in time and representing both an everyday reality as well as a surreal fantasy. “
Painter JoAnn Moy works in oils, acrylic, and collage while simultaneously pursuing her career as an independant graphic designer. Born to young parents in western Pennsylvania, JoAnn’s favorite childhood memory is of fingerpainting with her sister. Her parents split up early and she never knew her father, beside the fact that he was creative.
JoAnn’s mother too, has her own artistic bend and taught her the importance of precision and quality in crafting. She wanted the girls, JoAnn and her sister, to experience more of life than the countryside of Zelinople had to offer and the little family moved to a town just outside of Pittsburgh.
I am an entrepreneur, outsider-artist and freely thinking individual.
In my art I haven`t restricted my doing to anything specific. I act based on interest, intuition and inspiration. In my art you can see strongly my love for visual experiences, mystical world, diversity of life and unlimited joy.
Hi! My name is Chelsea Chase. I consider myself a fairly new artist, at least with this type of medium, I feel that I have finally found my calling in the art world. I have always been creative and have tried my hand at multiple art forms. I actually had a portrait photography business for 10 years but I could never find a groove or style that really made me genuinely excited about my work. I was recently inspired by my best friend who is a 4th grade teacher who did an art project with her class using torn magazine pages. Through that I have found something that makes me truly unique and creates a richness and depth that really makes my heart happy.
The integration of quasi architectural and natural landscapes forms the spine of my social, historical and political commentary. Neoexpressiinism is my sphere of operation. It suits my temperament. This genre also accurately reflects the distorted paradigm in which we live.