M.J. Lindo is a Bay Area artist. She paints her dreams, nightmares, and fantasies. MJ Lindo was born in Miami, grew up in Oklahoma, Canada, Nicaragua, but mostly California.
Q: Tell me something about your history in the creative arts. Did you have a formal school education or are you self taught?
A: I was a late bloomer when it came to becoming an artist since I didn’t paint my first painting until I was almost 40 years old! I grew up an “only child” so I spent much of my childhood alone. more » “Gail Potocki”
Casey Weldon is an American artist best known for his use of melancholy and humor in conjunction with the iconography of modern pop culture, leading his critics to designate his style as “post-pop surrealism.” His most famous work is a series of paintings known as Four-Eyed Cats. more » “Artist Casey Weldon”
Outside the Antler Gallery a sign reads, “Figurative, Narrative, Illustrative”. This sign announces in no uncertain terms the focus of the gallery and of the curators Neil Perry and Susannah Kelly. In their recently opened show ‘Sin Fronteras’, Antler gallery showcases work from the Neter Collective in Mexico City. In the following interview Miroir magazine correspondent Siolo Thompson, talks to Antler about their mission and the new work they are showing.
more » “Sin Fronteras – Mexico via Portland”
The SS Stavronikita lies at the bottom of the ocean at 13.8 N, 59.38 W, right off the Caribbean island of Barbados. It is the spot Andreas Franke has discovered and chosen to stage a game full of overflowing decadence and exuberance. A traveling salesman, the Stavronikita fell victim to a devastating fire over 20 years ago and with no hope for recovery it was lowered into the silent depths to lie there – fossilized into an artificial reef which one thought would sleep for all eternity. more » “The Sinking World of Andreas Franke”