Owning Original Art

Owning Original Art It’s fascinating how my tattoo clients readily invest thousands of euros in extensive tattoo projects, spanning years and numerous sessions. Yet, when it comes to purchasing original artwork, many struggle to justify the expense. I empathize;...

Fauves Wild Cats and Felines in my Paintings

The allure of Fauves and Felines has always been a prominent theme in my work, but recently, it has evolved into a consuming obsession. From depictions of cat women engaged in fierce battles, to hybrid creatures blending kittens or tigers with butterfly wings, my...
Transhumanism

Transhumanism

I am working on a new manifesto. I am moving into new territory with my artwork and I want to make a statement about how I intend to go forward with it all. I’ve been thinking a lot about being nostalgic of the past and how this keeps me protected from fears of the...
Spiritual Grand-Daughter of Henri Rousseau

Spiritual Grand-Daughter of Henri Rousseau

Henri Rousseau I am the spiritual grand-daughter of Henri Rousseau. Henri Rousseau was a painter living in the last half of the 19th century, naïve, perhaps delusional and yet powerful, compelling, dynamic, forceful and therefore thoroughly modern. He was made legend...
Jean Carroll: Tattooed Lady

Jean Carroll: Tattooed Lady

Jean Carroll Jean Carroll, like many tattooed ladies before her, adopted a fabricated name and a fictional narrative to captivate the public’s interest in her tattoos. Crafted stories were essential for selling acts to the audience, and she ingeniously wove one around...
Why I Love Performance Art

Why I Love Performance Art

This blog article first appeared on the website of:     Why I Love Performance Art by Sunny Buick I studied performance art in college in the early 1990’s. I was already curious. My first performance was at age 15, when I was invited to assist in a...