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Salann Art Magazine publishes first issue and I’m in it!

Salann Magazine

The art world has a brand new publication, Salann Magazine, whose mission is  “giving artists a voice.”  I am excited to have several of my paintings included in their very first edition of the magazine which should be hitting the newsstands this month. 

They display the artworks in this issue in two unique ways.  First by color theme, and second, alphabetically by artists’ first names.  And I thought the Dewey decimal classification system was creative! 😉

Have you ever wanted to be on the cover of a magazine?

Wild Apple Wall Decor

Honestly? No.

However, I was thrilled to have my artwork featured on the cover of Wild Apple’s Art Decor February 2019 Issue.  Wild Apple Graphics is a B2B art publisher and art licensor working with manufacturers, retailers, and designers of decorative home products and wall decor.

It’s so fun to see my artwork in a home setting. These two original paintings are still available if you’re interested. See them in detail on my website.

Who knew I had so much to say? 22 pages worth!

Art Habens magazine

I was thrilled to be selected for a 22-page article in the international contemporary art review magazine Art Habens.  Picked to be featured in their Biennial Anniversary edition (10 years and going strong), I was given one of their longest spreads ever!

In the magazine interview, we touch on the way my artistic inquiry explores the elusive connection between reality and the dream-like. We touch how I became an artist and the people who influenced me. And finally, we discuss whether it’s important for the viewer to understand my artwork’s meaning when viewing it or if they should determine the meaning for themselves.

Click here to read the full article and see all seventeen full-color reproductions of my artwork.

Exploring themes linked to social issues

June 2017 Issue of Not Random Art

My artwork is featured this month in the June 2017 issue of Not Random Art, an international online magazine.

This contemporary art review was created to present the artwork of contemporary emerging artists to an international audience.

The artwork explores themes inextricably linked to modern society’s most significant issues. The June issue focuses on the problems with communication and identity.

If you’ve ever wanted a deeper look into my motivations, inspirations, and intentions, click HERE to read the 8-page article about my work (pages 2-9). Flip through to see the other featured artists. Some of their work is way out there!

 

A couple pages from the magazine feature
A couple pages from the magazine feature