abstract, illustration, painting, Uncategorized

Kiran Patel (Illustrating Rain)

Lives in London, England  //  Etsy Shop  //  www.facebook.com/illustrating.rain

“inspired by the notion of transmutation; the journey of changing one’s mind. It is viewed through the lens of our individual thoughts and the manner in which they evolve and traverse a journey of their own, changing from one set of ideas at one time to another.”

landscape, photography, Uncategorized

Lynann Colligan

Lives in Vancouver, Canada  //  Etsy Shop  //  www.lynanncolligan.com


“Living and working in Vancouver but originally hailing from Scotland, I studied digital imaging at the Glasgow College of Building and Printing.
After completing my studies I ventured to both Iceland and Ireland where I expanded my original fashion and portraiture focused work to include, abstract still life, landscape and travel photography.”

abstract, mixed media, painting, Uncategorized

Gabi Ger

Lives in Tel Aviv, Israel  //  Etsy shopisbl_1680x420.19284714_2y6y7nri.jpg

“When I paint, time and space are disappearing. The only existing reality is the action and interaction between me, the materials, paints, colors, and shapes.”

abstract, painting, Uncategorized

Sarah Giannobile

Lives in St Louis, MO  //  Etsy Shop  //  Instagram


“Some of my paintings and drawings are about the exploration of my dreams. Exploring the unknown helps me appreciate the existence of life. I like to tell stories with my paintings and drawings with symbols.”


Ken Garduno


Lives Los Angeles, California  //  Etsy Shopiusb_760x100.6743565

“I like to get really loose with my work, and tighten it up with lines. I go back and forth between being reckless and controlled. I apply my washes intuitively and work methodically when I’m drawing.”


Busy Life

I have fallen a little behind with the posts the last couple of months.  In 2014, my wife and I moved from NYC to California and bought a bungalow!  It has been an awesome whirlwind and a huge change of pace.  Now my weekends are filled with fighting the constant decay of a home built in 1910…

I am looking forward to getting more involved in the growing Sacramento art scene (aka 2nd Saturdays).  I also have real studio space now! We have really come to love midtown and feel we are at the start of something great!

-Ryan James Townsend