Featured Artist Terry Romero Paul

In my most current work, my paintings are a mix of fact and fantasy. It is the irrational juxtaposition of images that intrigues me and my imagination is not limited to my reality.

Featured Artist Richard Rosebery

My lyricism of line and often-intense colour are intended to accentuate the otherness and beauty of the Australian bush. I paint and draw on canvas, board or paper using oils, acrylics, pastels, ink and charcoal.

Featured Artist Kathy Ferguson

My current body of work illustrates the beauty of people working together on global issues to create positive change. It addresses ideas about community, collaboration, interconnection, building bridges and uniting together for a brighter future.

Featured Artist Eduardo Vilchez

Art and painting give the soul it’s wings to be free and soar.

Featured Artist Renee St. Peter

Learning the medium has been a life lesson in letting things happen as they will–the magic of watercolor is not what it does in the first five minutes, but what occurs as the paint has time to react with other colors around it to create new shades and tones.

Featured Artist John Carlson

Artist John Carlson’s mixed media paintings depict humans in a simple, pure form with an amazing depth of emotion and expression. Visit his website to see more of his work.     My work is every emotion and the absence of emotion—images of vulnerability, endurance, desperation and sorrow, relief and joy. It is what you […]

Featured Artist Christina Michalopoulou

Space and body embrace each other in seriousness or fun, in cartoonism or quotidian tragedy, in concreteness and abstraction. I love putting together the hyperreality of my bodies with the surrealism of my spaces.

Call for Artists, Spring 2019

Call for Artists! Artsy Shark needs 48 artists to feature and promote in the coming months.

Featured Artist Dominick Conde

I create my pop art by taking a photo, adding digital effects to it and then transferring the image onto fabric, canvas or glass with mod podge.

Featured Artist Leonardo Montoya

For me, becoming an artist was something very organic. From a very young age, I developed a fascination for the human form, superheroes, and Greek mythology. I was always a dreamer.

Featured Artist Rose Hohenberger

Fortunately, years of plein air painting taught me to see the range of colors in the landscape’s light and shadow and to infuse that into photo-referenced work.

Featured Artist Ellen (Ellie) Fuller

I feel gratitude for the creative expression that has flowed through me. Expressing my creativity is living my passion. As an artist I understand the crucial role of surrendering to the work—to its possibilities.

Featured Artist Jo Frederiks

My art is created to shine a spotlight on the deliberately well-hidden plight of the helpless victims we needlessly use and abuse for food, clothing, entertainment and in vivisection.

Featured Artist Anita McComas

Eventually, I started on a series of bears that were quite abstracted, wherein I tried to paint extreme color contrast and less realism. This completely hooked me, and today I find that while I still focus on landscapes, I paint as many or more wildlife pieces.