Kasia Domanska (born 15 February 1972 in Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish painter. She studied in the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where she graduated in 1995. She has participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions. Domanska’ paintings have been the subject of numerous solo and group exhibitions including the National Museum in Warsaw, she was selected for acceptance into the Biennales in Florence, The National Festival “The Supermarket of Art” two times and she has been a finalist the Art & Business competition “Painting of the Year” two times. Her work has been published in many media publications such as ELLE, Artinfo, Sztuka, Warsaw Business Journal, Rzeczpospolita, Twoj Styl Magazine, Wp.pl, Wprost and were featured in the major television news programs.
American photographer/illustrator Sarah Rosado has been working on Dirty Little Secrets, a poetic and meaningful project that makes us ponder on the fragile beauty of our surroundings and the positive aspect of life. Using dirt as a medium, Sarah Rosado shapes this raw material into ephemeral illustrations that speak for themselves. With a goal of creating 100 illustrations (she has done 43 so far) before ending this series and moving on to another project, Sarah Rosado isn’t done amazing us with her natural, beautiful work.
Maria Anwander (born Bregenz, Austria, 1980) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (2008). Her work has been featured in a number of solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States since 2009 and she will have her first solo exhibition at Steve Turner Contemporary in February 2014. She lives and works in Berlin.
James Gobel creates paintings made of felt, yarn and other fabrics that refer to a range of artistic movements–Renaissance and Baroque portraiture; German Neue Sachlichkeit painting; Japonism, Pop Art and most recently abstraction. Whether depicting large men or abstracting nautical flags, Gobel uses textiles to create complicated compositions which are as tight as old master paintings or as loose as drawings from his sketch book. Born in 1972 in Portland, Oregon, James Gobel received his BFA at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (1996) and his MFA at the University of California, Santa Barbara (1999).
Anneke Eussen is a contemporary artist in fields of drawing, sculpture and photography and installation. Eussen was born in Netherlands 1978 and currently lives and works in Berlin.
Nicola Samori was born in Forlì on 13th May 1977. After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, the artist has exhibited since 1998 both in Italy and abroad.
Lisa Hanawalt grew up in Palo Alto, California, and graduated from UCLA in 2006. Lisa has won Ignatz awards for Outstanding Minicomic (Stay Away From Other People, 2009), Outstanding Comic (I Want You #1, 2010), and a Stumptown Award for Best Small Press (I Want You #2, 2011). In 2013, her comic “The Secret Lives of Chefs” received a James Beard Award nomination for humor in journalism. She has worked on illustrations, book covers, character designs for animation, and she exhibits her art in galleries.
Canadian by birth, Anita Kunz has lived in London, NewYork andToronto, and has been widely published in Germany, Japan, Sweden, Norway, Canada, South Africa, Holland, Portugal, France and England. Her work has been featured in Time magazine, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, GQ, The New York Times, Sony Music, Random House Publishing and many others. Her work has also been published on many magazine covers including Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, Sports Illustrated, Time Magazine, Newsweek Magazine, the Atlantic Monthly and The New York Times Magazine, and on more than fifty book jacket covers.