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Emily Klima is a visual artist based in New York City. She earned her BFA from Boston University, majoring in graphic design and spent her early years as an art director for various fashion publications. At heart a painter, Emily returned to her passion for creating original works of art. Inspired by the power of color, her provocative and stimulating body of work makes use of a variety of mediums; oilstick, acrylic, collage and mixed media on canvas, board and paper. Her experience as a graphic designer is evident in her current collection of abstract paintings which are often grounded by the use of text, the printed word and a symmetry of positive and negative space. Vivid and spontaneous yet balanced her art is recognizable by her particular flurry of color and energy, alive with drips and splatters, layers and texture. Emily presently exhibits her work in New York City.
Hello! My name is Katrina, and I love to draw pictures and write words. One day I hope to clutter the internet with so many pictures of penguins, monkeys, and pugs, that there will be no room left for the disheartening stuff.
Currently doing my BFA in a little art and design program. I am often inspired by focal points of emotion in human expression and simplicity-especially in street art.
I do illustrations and paintings and fuse sci-fi, fantasy, hotrod art, hot babes, humour, adventure, the ancient past, the 80s and the unknown future.
darkness, fire, intense colours, dramatic black and whites are common aesthetics. I like Salvador Dali, Edgar Degas, Gary Larson, old Manga, the (old and new) Romantics, Opera, Electro-Pop, Robert Crumb, Bladerunner, Mad-Max, Italy
It all goes in a giant blender processed through my head and out my drawing hand.
I’m a 30-something graphic designer, who’s always dreamed of working in comics and animation. A brush with the fine arts world, I went back to school at 30 to get my BA in Graphic Design. I’ve had brushes in animation and comics, but I’ve found my place in game design (both pen/paper RPGs and indie Video Games).
I’m a Singapore-based freelance digital illustrator. I’m mostly inspired by the sublime images in my dreams and reveries and the little people that populate my inner world.
I’m a young Graphic Design student in Toronto, and I happen to draw, paint, and photograph things I like.
MY WORK INVESTIGATES ISSUES OF IDENTITY IN THE WORLD AND OF THE SELF.
CO-MORBIDITY, ISSUES OF DEPRESSION, FEMINISM, BODY DYSMORPHIA AND SELF-HARM ARE SOME TOPICS OF INTEREST THAT I PURSUE.
I OFTEN USE SYSTEMS OF GAMING AND POP CULTURE REFERENCES TO CREATE AN IDENTIFIABLE, OFTEN SPONTANEOUS, VISUAL VOCABULARY THAT EMBODIES THE SENSATIONS OF THE DAY/WEEK/ MONTH/ YEAR,/LIFE.
I AM AN OPEN BOOK. THESE ARE MY PAGES.
I am a young artist working towards building a portfolio and making a name for myself. I have had one solo exhibition and been involved in a few group shows to date.
I generally work in ink and watercolour or photography as my chosen medium, which I use to explore different aspects of myself and my surroundings such as identity, anatomy, magic, and more.