Growing up in Detroit, I remember always doing something creative with clay (or Play-Doh), paint, pencils and crayons. I’d spend hours drawing cartoon’s of my dog Spike or practicing character styles referencing my “How to Draw” books. During Jr. and high school, I took all available art classes and was accepted into a commercial art [...]
Whitney Kitty is a California based artist currently living in Santa Cruz. Themes within her work include ideas of identity, relationships, personal spaces, and line work. Some of Whitney’s recent projects include a collection of illustrations about self care, and a series of mini succulent sculptures in effort to raise money for Planned Parenthood. She [...]
Bighead Greeting Cards makes sarcastic, word-play based greeting cards for all occasions. The artwork is created in a small studio in Santa Cruz, CA, printed with soy-based inks and 50% post-consumer recycled paper.
The digital image’s that you are now going to peruse, or stare at intently, are the product that began in fiction that made me dream in fantasy to give birth to it’s reality. In May of 2010, I was in a truck accident that changed my whole reality. After miraculously surviving and given another chance to [...]
I am a self taught artist from San Diego, California. Drawing, painting, and art projects of all sorts have always been my primary passion in life. Graffiti, comic book, and tattoo art are the art styles I dig the most. But I enjoy all other styles of art and consider myself a versatile artist; adapting [...]
STEPHANIE SCHRIVER, PAINTER AND SCULPTOR, IN GALLERY/STUDIO 122 at the TANNERY ARTS CENTER 1050 River Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Currently I’m creating large clay sculptures ranging from humorous figures to interpretive free forms. I feature my painting collections and sculptures during First Friday [...]
I was raised in the Carolinas and deeply influenced by folk art, textiles, and Southern Gothic literature. I work in series and my paintings are narratives, filled with metaphor and allegory, drawn from observing the collective experience of “life on Earth”.