How to be an Artist: Michel Dumont

Michel Dumont is a queer Metis two spirited artist. He currently resides in Thunder Bay. He  enjoys breathing new life into discarded vintage tile by making mosaic faux taxidermy. He also works in wearable art, using packing tape, mylar, cellophane and LED lights....

How to Be an Artist: Le’Ana Asher

Le’Ana is an artist, mother of two, and an entrepreneur. She received her BFA in drawing, photography, and painting from Eastern Michigan University in 1999. She spent the next five years attracting collectors, entering shows and building a budding business. In 2004...

How to Be an Artist: The Art History Babes

  The Art History Babes are four women (Corrie Hendricks, Natalie De La Torre, Virginia Van Dine, and Jennifer Gutierrez) that received their Master’s in Art History from the University of California, Davis in 2017. They became close friends during their experience in...

How to Be an Artist: Clare Galloway

Clare is an artist, writer and visionary, with a colorful career in various countries with her paintings, books, projects and pop-up events. She’s now based in a magical arthouse in an Italian hilltown, from where she inspires others to reach their immense creative...

How to Be an Artist: Gracie Pekrul

🧡 #marchforourlives #gracieleeart #neveragain #enough #marchforourlivesla #parkland17 #honor17 #msdstrong #stonemandouglas A post shared by Gracie Lee Pekrul (@gracieleeart) on Mar 24, 2018 at 5:47pm PDT //www.instagram.com/embed.js Gracie Pekrul is a 16 year old,...

How to be an Artist: Jennifer Mercede

  Originally from the East Coast, and now living in Portland, OR, Jennifer Mercede’s primarily abstract paintings consist of free flow text, bright color fields, and energetic doodling. She is inspired by funky color combinations, children’s art, graffiti and abstract...