Fine artists sometimes dabble in digital art, and digital artists sometimes dabble in fine art. Unfortunately for those crossover artists, however, most of them are either only good on one or the other. It's quite difficult to excel in both the paintbrush and the mouse,...

Jane Hammond -- her brand of collage and brightly colored illustration work is easily polarizing. My personal opinion is that while some of her collages are intriguing, a lot of her works seem to be rather unexpectional. The works here are some of my favorite...

For this group show, all of the pieces will depict each artist's view on the ecological state of the world. Thanks to Aaron Kraten for these photos. On display not at the Go Rilla! Gallery in Santa Ana. Artwork by good ol' musician / artist Susie Gheremani. Awaiting...

Go to the Roq La Rue. NOW! Their current body of art might not be all that colorful, but it is technically amazing and has incredible framing. *** Femke Hiemstra of the Netherlands can pretty much make anything look good. Shown above is a graphite drawing. Reflections...

The Happily Ever After? 2 show is a group show exploring what seems somewhat like fairy tale themes. Sohaila Adela, formerly known as Soso, is a Seattle artist whose new works explore heartache. Neon colors and an unconventional color palette make these pieces the standouts of...

Robert Hardgrave is a Seattle artist who is in the latest issue of Redefine. I stopped by his studio in Ballard one day to check out some of his new work and to drop off a copy of the magazine to him. While I was...

"That’s the thing I like the most ­ -- structuring something that normally wouldn’t have very much structure to it, carving something out of nothing, and making it better as a template for the next artist to use." -- Michiko Stehrenberger...