We hope you’ll have a great time scrolling through our selections for this month; the range in techniques, mediums, and subjects evident among these five talented artists is more than impressive. Be sure to click on the images below to explore each artist’s portfolio.
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Alesia Nava is an Illustrator and graphic designer with a concentration in animated and design publication. She has previously created prints that were showcased at New York Fashion week. As a freelance Illustrator, Alesia has worked on animated fashion illustrations, logo creations, and graphic content for social media, with some of her clients including The Skimm, Brandon Maxwell, A.A Antonio Azzuolo, and others.
Rob Hefferan is an established and reputable British artist, who has been working in the creative industry since 1993. Through his career, he has garnered a reputation as one of Britain’s foremost realistic, figurative artists. Rob’s favored medium is acrylic and or oil on canvas, and he has worked for companies such as Tesco, Nestle, and BMW.
Alan Witschonke is an American illustrator that is based in Massachusetts, and has been a professional illustrator for over 30 years. He has been in numerous art exhibitions around the country, and his clients have included U.S. News & World Report, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, and National Geographic.
Karen Lorena Parker possesses a poignant, romantic way of expressing today’s culture, and she creates insightful, emotionally engaging work that only experience can create. With a retro vintage style in contemporary times or loose artistic brushwork, her style can shift from impressionistic digital illustration to expressive traditional fine art media.
Juan Travieso is a graduate of New World School of the Arts in Miami Florida, and most recently he received a Masters of Fine Arts from The Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston. Travieso, currently based out of New Jersey and New York, creates visually complex worlds suspended in a state of fracture by combining a realist painting technique with surreal juxtapositions, spatial splicing, and geometric abstraction.