Janet Morgan

Janet Morgan

  My artwork is grounded in the body, the kinesthetic: movement, music, and dance — and in the body’s subtle forces — emotional, spiritual and healing energies. The quest for the underlying energy source runs through all of my work — like the Sufis I find no...
Kimi-Tea Tsukada

Kimi-Tea Tsukada

A web designer by trade, Kimi was sent by her office to Los Angeles in 2014 and was diagnosed with cancer shortly thereafter. Faced with this challenge, she decided in March 2016 to begin something she had always wanted to pursue: painting. Her newfound passion became...
Yoshihiro Youkee Nishida

Yoshihiro Youkee Nishida

Artist Statment: “Art de Genki” is the name I have given to my art. It means Art through Vital Energy. My approach to art changed after moving to New York City and working full time as a gardener. Previously I was a full time artist working inside a studio. Now I am a...
Philippe Halaburda

Philippe Halaburda

Philippe Halaburda is a multidisciplinary artist who engages with the urban surroundings environment and emotions, feelings or memories from his direct experiences mainly though colors. His work delves into the complex undercurrents of intimate and collective...
Deanna Lee

Deanna Lee

Artist Statement My work stems from patterns and traces of growth and decay in the natural world and the built environment. At an early age I saw electron micrographs and lab specimens, and I am still engrossed by abstracted images of nature. I am invested in the...
Tomoko Iki

Tomoko Iki

ARTIST STATEMENT I started doing photography and dance when I was a university student. Inspiration from dance influences my photography. Above all, I am interested in femininity and the modern human’s relationship with nature. I have been taking woman’s portraits and...