Surreal and Feminine Paintings by Jennifer Nehrbass

Jennifer Nehrbass
Jennifer Nehrbass is a 47-year-old painter and contemporary artist who was born in West Bend, Wisconsin and currently lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jennifer received her Bachelor’s Degree in both Art and Textile Design from the University of Wisconsin, an MA in Painting from New York University, and an MFA from the University of New Mexico. Nehrbass creates collages and paintings in figurative and surreal style.

Whimsical Paintings of Disney and Looney Tunes by Jason Walker

Jason Walker
Jason Walker is a talented painter, designer, animator and artist, who was born in Nairn, Scotland and currently lives and works in Montreal. Walker moved to Canada in 1990, where he set up studio as a professional portrait painter. Since that time he has painted the portraits of various celebrities and individuals including the portrait of Wayne Gretzky for his induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame and won an American Society of Portrait Artist's award in 1998.

Abstract Oil on Linen Paintings by Andrew Fish

Andrew Fish
Andrew Fish is a talented painter and artist, who was born in 1972 in Burlington, VT and currently based in Boston, MA. Andrew exhibits in Boston, Washington, DC, and New York, he creates abstractions of his own photographs on canvas with oil paints and a variety of textural tools. He studied at the School of Visual Arts, New York and Middlebury College, Art History, Middlebury, VT.

Whimsical and Narrative Acrylic Paintings by Kirsten Sims

Kirsten Sims
Kirsten Sims is a talented painter, visual artist, designer and illustrator who currently lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa. Kirsten received her BA in Applied Design (Specialising in Illustration) from the Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography in 2011.  In 2014 she went back to being a student and completed an Honours degree in Illustration at the Stellenbosch University. Sims defines her style as theatrical and exaggerated, she uses a variety of techniques; acrylic, gouache and ink. “There is more than enough pain and darkness in the world, I feel it deeply. Sometimes humor is the only way to deal with big, scary, horrible things,” she explains.