Curator’s Picks

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Here are some of our favorite pieces for this edition of “Curator’s Picks”. All three of these images are gorgeously done with a floral theme just in time for spring. They are definitely worth a second look! First up, is “The Empress” by Kevin Jay Stanton. It’s a beautiful ink and acrylic piece that part of the artist’ Botanica series (which reimagines The Tarot as plants and herbs). Then be sure to check out “Study 37” by Tran Nguyen. Tran paints with a delicate touch to create emotive and textured experimental portraits. And our third Curator’s Pick is by Ashly Lovett. Her recent drawing “Peony” is a spectacular use of chalk pastel that is developing a spectacular color palette and style that is all her own.
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The Empress

by Kevin Jay Stanton

An Ancient Flower

The Empress embodies Mother Nature. It is a card of powerful creativity and fertility, and of the magic in the world we live in. The Magnolia is one of the Earth’s oldest flowers and as a result of continental drift it is spread across almost every corner of the world. Its glamorous blooms and sweet fragrance have inspired many cultures for centuries.

(From Botanica, my series of paintings for an upcoming tarot deck featuring magical herbs and plants)

6x8x.5″ on wood

ink, acrylic

$200 $200

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Odera Igbokwe is an illustrator and painter located in Vancouver, BC by way of Brooklyn, NY. Odera loves to explore storytelling through afro-diasporic mythologies, black resilience, and magical girl transformation sequences. Their work alchemizes color, movement, and queer magic to weave together ancient narratives with afrofuturist visions. You can also find Odera as manager of Every Day Original, curating and collaborating on zines, or combo-breaking the internet.








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Peony

by Ashly Lovett

Chapter 2: The Garden of Live Flowers – Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

“Alice was so astonished that she could not speak for a minute: it quite seemed to take her breath away. ”

Read morePeony

$350 $350

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No interest for 6 months.
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Out of stock

www.odera.net
www.patreon.com/odera
www.etsy.com/shop/OderaIllustration
www.inprnt.com/gallery/odera/

Odera Igbokwe is an illustrator and painter located in Vancouver, BC by way of Brooklyn, NY. Odera loves to explore storytelling through afro-diasporic mythologies, black resilience, and magical girl transformation sequences. Their work alchemizes color, movement, and queer magic to weave together ancient narratives with afrofuturist visions. You can also find Odera as manager of Every Day Original, curating and collaborating on zines, or combo-breaking the internet.