Mary Fashbaugh: An Artist Of The Senses

  The artwork Mary Fashbaugh explores expectations and limitations of the senses in regard to human interaction. As Western culture grows more and more touch-averse, we rely on visual representation to navigate a majority of our communication. Loss of a more physical engagement with others and the world around us provokes her to explore personal…

Andrea Monroe: An Artist Of The Universe

  We are all ambassadors of the Universe here to express something larger than ourselves. Andrea Monroe is a very talented self-taught artist and writer who has worked in creative fields all her life. Born and raised in Chicago, IL, her only viable art lesson that she received was as a child for one semester at…

Daniele Bongiovanni: An Artist Of The Extraordinary

  Daniele Bongiovanni was born in Palermo, on 11 April, 1986. He is an international academic-style painter, historian, poet and illustrator. He obtained his degree in Art Education at the prestigious Accademia di Belle Arti di Palermo, the educational goal focused on and followed the method of the Poetics/Training of the Austrian playwright and painter…

Karen Fiorito: An Artists Of The Sacred

  Karen Fiorito strives to make the viewer feel as she does. Which is that all beings are sacred and magical. She combines traditional and modern techniques to produce unique prints and murals with considerable detail. Each work represents a sacred being and is a meditation or prayer for that being. Karen Fiorito combines aspects…

Lisa Rae: An Artist Guided By Her Passion

  Lisa Rae’s mantra is #artislife. Lisa Rae loves the way creative expression allows her to connect to others through her work. Nature and works of art inspire her to be a better artist, but the true inspiration lies within herself. Lisa Rae does her best to express that through her paintings and pictures. She…

Salma Arastu: A Sculptor of the Spirit

  Salma Arastu was born into the Hindu tradition in her native India, and embracing Islam later on, she has enjoyed the beauty of these two distinctive traditions first hand. At birth, Salma Arastu was given the life-defining challenge of a left hand without fingers. Through her belief in the unity of an all-encompassing God,…

My Story

By: Monteque Pope-Le Beau So many people have said that I should write a biography or tell my story. Well that’s just not me. I am a very private person. No! that is not right, I am a solitary person. So I don’t talk about myself very often. I talk about my family and the…