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Jason Edmiston kept talking about this N.C Winters guy the last time we were chatting, so I knew I had to check him out.

I’m glad that I did.

I think there may be a new renaissance of illustrative traditional art on the rise.

You be the judge.

©N.C. Winters

©N.C. Winters


 
 
©N.C. Winters

©N.C. Winters


 
 
©N.C. Winters

©N.C. Winters


 
 
Pen, acrylic and acrylic ink on paper. *sigh* So good.
 
 
©N.C. Winters

©N.C. Winters

 
 
These just motivate the shit out of me to paint. Am I right?
 
 

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Honestly, I feel like I’ve wasted most of my life not knowing that this guy’s art existed. This guy, is Eyvind Earle. I’ve never encountered an artist who’s work makes me want so much. I just want all of it.     MINE. GIMME.     Disney Eyvind Earle was a long-time Disney concept & […]

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I have the whole set of Strangers in Paradise tpb collection. It was a good story, sure… but I also kept coming back for Terry Moore’s drawing and clean, dynamic line style. I’ve had more than a couple people say that my comics remind them of Terry Moore. I don’t agree… but it still gives […]

Cynthia Liu ~ Feature Friday Artist

Today’s Feature Friday artist is the unbeatable Kelly McKernan. Portraits and hair and emo and love it colour. Meowr.

Stephanie is a photographer, videographer and storyteller, capturing and sharing conversation starters about the more difficult topics that need to be had today around the intersections of race, gender and class.

We first “met” a couple years ago when she hired me for biz coaching for her fine art business. She loved me and my vibe and thought I was awesome. (Thanks Kim!)

She contacted me a month ago to partner as her retail agent.

Kim wanted to expand into more products and an online retail platform, but she absolutely wasn’t interested in setting up any of that stuff herself. She thought of me as the perfect person to manage and market that part of the business. (Totally true.)