Edgar Alejandro Gamez Sosa is an abstract painter from Phoenix, Arizona. Edgar’s love for art came at a very young age. His family are all artists! He remembers always being surrounded by works from Diego, Frida, and Picasso in his childhood home.
He learned a lot of his methods through different forms of art. As a child, he used papier-mâché and balloons to make superhero masks. As he got older he watched another student in art class graffiti his name. Edgar asked him to tag his name, which immediately changed his love for art! He couldn’t stop thinking about letters! During his high school years, he visited the Phoenix Art Museum where he had another life-changing experience realizing at that point he wanted to paint canvas.
Using acrylic paint, ink, graphite, and mark-making media, she layers gestural marks -until they build into a coherent visual dialogue.
With color and motion as her tools, Julie strives to capture the magic of the world that she felt as a child. When she steps into the studio, she welcomes back her child-like wonderment and freedom that allows her to reveal intriguing connections, hidden meanings, and universal truths. She’s continually inspired by the bold, rich beauty of the Sonoran desert.
Bryson Bost is a maximalist painter who is dedicated to the immersive nature of details. He aims to provide an optimal viewing point from every distance through patterns and hatchwork.
Through this viewing point, Bost hopes that all those who choose to explore his paintings are rewarded with whimsical moments no matter how far they may be from the painting.
Piu’s Italian background and New York advertising firm experience are reflected in his art. His unique illustrative and Machiavellian point of view has been featured in newspapers and magazines. His Tribute to Native Americans collection was awarded the Ribbon of Excellence at the Festival of Fine Arts in Anthem, Arizona, and has been displayed three times at the Mayo Clinic Art Collection at the Mayo Clinic Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona, and at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.
Piu died peacefully in his home in Phoenix, AZ on May 15, 2020
Contemporary abstract artist Holly Anderson specializes in both organic and textural canvas works, as well as customized large-scale art installations brightening many high-rise office buildings and hotels. Her art is also in Private Collections, Worldwide.
Holly is known as a real, natural artist. She has an intuitive mind and eye when it comes to materials, color, and form that borders on the spiritual. In each of her pieces, you will find composition, abstraction, organic movement, emotion, fluency, texture and light. Most of her paintings and ideas are inspired by Internal Arts, human emotion, water and astrophysics.