Our Guest Artist Series is a non-profit online gallery created to inspire artists and creative audiences. Every month a new video highlights the work and process of a featured Guest Artist.
Those who seek lost tales will find it at the end of the pathway. The concept is a part of a personal project called Cuimhne, which is inspired by Ireland's landscapes and Celtic culture.
High up in the Chinese Mountains is a village whose technological advancements allowed it to flourish and gain wealth. These advances are reflected by the village's architecture, which is full of unique craftmanship and fine woodwork.
Giant birds are the biggest problem for these returning hunters. But on the contrary, those same giant birds yield the biggest harvests of meat.
An astronaut stranded on an alien planet has stumbled upon the remnants of an ancient civilization.
To the Depth! places us in a classic "David vs Goliath" scenario where our "David" is heading bravely into the depth (or is it death?) of an ominous cave. The piece looks to emphasize vertical depth and explores working with an uncommon angle.
A small oasis town nestled above the rocky desert landscape houses the legendary sky gardens. An aqueduct spirals around the town, doubling as a guard wall for this community that seems frozen in time.
Morning Shipment is an environment concept piece inspired by industrial facilities and arctic research stations. In a cold and isolated manufacturing facility, these workers are beginning their day by unloading the shipments that have finally arrived at the site.
There she is, watching us with a playful cat eye. She is half-human, half-Havana Brown cat - the latter of which has blessed her with shiny yellow eyes and soft hair. She also possesses a playful and fickle personality that's typical of her half-feline lineage.
The Master Sword is a piece of Legend of Zelda fan art capturing the moment Link discovers the Master Sword in the Lost Woods, with Navi by his side as rays of sunlight cast down on him.
The Dock draws inspiration from the red houses of Sweden. In most ports one can find them strewn the shoreline, harboring boat tools and fishing equipment. Here, this element of Swedish culture is combined with a fantasy setting.