W. Shane Logan

W. Shane Logan is a mixed media artist, illustrator, and graphic designer with a passion for creating elegant, impactful pieces capturing female beauty and iconic figures from history. With resin techniques learned while training under an Italian artist along with his own self taught graphic design capabilities both help to create his deep, multi-layered design… Continue reading W. Shane Logan

Fran DiGiacomo

Vicki Renfro

Coming from a family whose entertainment was sketching in the countryside, it’s no surprise that art school was in Vicki Renfro future. She spent her childhood drawing everything from landscapes to boxcars, animals and family members. Growing up in the Flint Hills of Kansas among arrowheads and Native American history, Vicki’s love of the human… Continue reading Vicki Renfro

Seek One

Seek One, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, began writing graffiti at the age of 15 under the name Seek One. After being raised in the graffiti and the skateboard scene, with years of experimenting in different mediums, along with a business and fine art degree, Seek One was born. He rediscovered his love for street… Continue reading Seek One

J. Scott Nicol

I love books. My personal collection probably exceeds 1,000 books. I read novels from the classic to the obscure. I buy coffee table books to look at the photos and art books just to look at the art. I am fascinated with books on quantum physics which sit next to my metaphysical books. I have… Continue reading J. Scott Nicol

Robert Cardinal

Robert Cardinal, originally from Montreal, has been living on Cape Cod for most of the past fifty years. In the late 1950’s, he left Canada and moved to Greenwich Village. From there, he followed fellow artists on their spring pilgrimage to Provincetown. He attended La Grande Chaumiere Art School in Paris. Cardinal has always been… Continue reading Robert Cardinal


From 1974 – 1979, Ferjo trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts – an institution long-recognized for its tradition in realist painting and sculpture. During this five year period, he began painting cubist-style landscapes in the tradition of the early Georges Braques, eventually moving to realist portraiture. This is perhaps best exemplified in a… Continue reading Ferjo

Jimmy Law

I was born in Bloemfontein in the Orange Free State on 26 September 1970. I matriculated in 1989. In 1990 I enrolled to study a three year Graphic Design Diploma course at the Technicon of the Orange Free State. After my studies I was conscripted for National Service in the South African National Defence Force… Continue reading Jimmy Law

Fabian Perez

Fabian Perez was born on November 2, 1967, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As a teenager, Fabian was fascinated with material arts and fine arts. Therefore, he dedicated himself to studying both disciplines, Karate helped influence his character giving him great discipline as well as opening him up to other forms of art. Much of what… Continue reading Fabian Perez

Kate McCavitt

A New York native, Kate McCavitt currently lives and works in Oceanside. She began painting in 1985 after switching coasts, starting what would become ten years of training in Sumie (Asian Brush) with a contemporary Zen style master. Discontent within the confines of ink and subdued color, she began exploring experimental watermedia as the new… Continue reading Kate McCavitt