Joshua Levine holds a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a MFA in sculpture from the University of Miami. He has had solo shows in LA at The Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825, Tarryn Teresa Gallery, Koplin Del Rio, ShoeboxLA Gallery, Manhattan’s Luxe Gallery, the Mid-Manhattan Library and Irvine Contemporary, in Washington D.C. He inaugurated a new exhibition program, INSIGHT, at Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, PA. Joshua has been included in many group shows nationally and internationally, most notably at the following venues: The Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science, Tallahassee, FL, Palazzo della Ragione, Milan, Italy, The Yard@CasaLin, Miami, FL, Fairchild’s Tropical Garden, Miami, FL and multiple international art fairs. Most recently, Joshua has been featured in art ltd., Artillery Magazine and two Italian publications, ARTE and INSIDE, Chrome Hearts’ Magazine, MetroBox (Hong Kong), Artnews and in the Huffington Post multiple times.
From a young age Lucia started expressing herself creatively. Her work has gone through various transformations and transitions and can be very client specific and personalized according to each clients’ story. Lucia sees herself as a visual storyteller and adapts her work to the environment an art piece might be used for, incorporating cultural aspects of the surroundings and people into her art. She has been practising art in New Zealand for the past five years, having moved here with her family in 2017. Growing up in South Africa provided unique opportunities to give expression to her passions and after becoming a mother she practised professional photography specializing in family, maternity and new-born portraits. Once in New Zealand she started returning to her first love – painting – and did so painting a mural for her daughters’ school library. From there she has continued to receive regular inquiries from clients for large scale murals to tell their stories or simply to beautify their spaces. In 2020 she submitted an artwork to Auckland Transport and was chosen to have her art displayed on one of their trains in their “Heads up, Ears out, Trains about” project, promoting railway safety. Lucia uses mostly acrylics to paint her large-scale projects, as well as using spray-paint and airbrush. She creates digital artwork as well as occasionally working in oils when time allows. She draws inspiration from the world around her, nature and the people who commission her work. She listens to the stories of the people she meets and incorporates their message and themes into her artwork.
Terrell Lozada is an American visual artist living in Paris. She uses imagery and language to create works that explore the metaphysics of gender and power in contemporary society. Born 1962, Ft. Rucker, Alabama. She moved from Seattle to France in 2018. A painter and sculptor, she works in a wide variety of mediums. Her aesthetic fulcrum is the late 18th century, particularly French architecture and interiors. The spatial relationship between the body and architecture informs her work. Her fascination with physical and perceptive spaces began when playing in the trompe-l'oeil theater set of Teatro Olimpico de Palladio during her childhood in Vicenza, Italy. Her work is included in permanent civic collections and has been shown in galleries and cultural centers including the Seattle Art Museum Gallery, Spokane Arts Commission Gallery, Port Angeles Fine Art Center, the American Institute of Architects, Center on Contemporary Art and Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, Washington. She received grants from WESTAF and Artist Trust’s Seattle EDGE program. She was commissioned to create a public art sculpture by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Seattle, Washington.
I was creating and exhibiting hand painted paper historical dresses sewn on my sewing machine. Now I am using historical dress patterns to cut up my oil paintings from past solo and group exhibitions. I sew them on a machine and by hand. I used to document the migrant workers, and labor and child labor. Some of my dresses are made from those paintings. I think the austere concept of beautiful ancient dress shapes, made with not so pleasant victimization of minorities worldwide is a strange beauty in itself. Now I am making a peace train, with the different paper and oil on canvas dresses standing inside each car. The old carts are grain farm carts, coalmine carts, and ice fishing carts. I have been painting for 50 years and I still can't stop. I am represented by All Art Works Gallery in Grand Rapids, Studio 23 in Bay City, and C.A.T. Gallery in Bay City. I have shown my work in Rome, Ireland,( where I lived and painted for 8 years) Chicago, NYC, Newport, RI, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Michigan. I have a painting in the Newport Irish History Museum collection, exhibited in The Newport Art Museum and The Gerald Ford Presidential Museum, The Puck Building at NYU, and more some.
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