As a Seattle native I started going to see live music regularly in my early teenage years and shortly thereafter picked up a camera and started photographing the rock shows. I have never stopped.
My paintings and drawings are mixtures of images from hand lettering, digital art and collage. I use pencil, acrylic, digital printing, computer projections and collage to create these works. The figure, hand lettering and typography are the major themes of my work.
Doug Parent works with an array of media on his drawings using pen and ink, charcoal, colored pencil, graphite, and pastels.
kelly rae cunningham
My paintings began with slabs of clay, ceramic glazes, and the same tools that I use today to apply, layer, and scrape away paint. I fell in love with mixing colors and the smell of oil paint and turpentine, so I turned from clay to wood and canvas. I now work in many mediums as they all lend different qualities to the process: oil for the saturation of color and patience, acrylic paint for speed, collage and layering for depth, and encaustics (oil and wax): tactile, three dimensional and most like working with clay.
As a Seattle native I started going to see live music regularly in my early teenage years and shortly thereafter picked up a camera and started photographing the rock shows. I have never stopped. These are a few of my favorites.