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. ”

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We have had another exceptional month at EDO with lots of new members on our mailing list and lots of new collectors picking up great pieces. Here are some more of our favorite pieces from the past few weeks, three pieces that are definitely worth a second look! First, be sure to check out a new oil painting from Ryan Pancoast, which is a portrait study with video and process footage as well. Next up is a beautiful mixed media painting, by the ever experimental Scott Fischer. And last but not least, we have a mixed media drawing by Daria Theodora entitled “Magnolia”.

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Summer Meadow

by Ryan Pancoast

A small oil study for a future book project. Watch Summer Meadow being painted here.

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Curator’s Picks

Did You Miss These?

We have had another exceptional month at EDO with lots of new members on our mailing list and lots of new collectors picking up great pieces. Here are some more of our favorite pieces from the past few weeks, three pieces that are definitely worth a second look! First, be sure to check out Jeremy Wilson’s oil painting, Queen of Bialya, with its gorgeous orange color palette and interplay of painterly and graphic brush strokes. Next up we a compelling and haunting graphite drawing from Travis Lewis, entitled “Put Your Demons Behind You”. And last but not least, we have the continuation of David Palumbo’s “Monochrome Woman on Red” series.

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Curator’s Picks

Did You Miss These?

We have had another exceptional month at EDO with lots of new members on our mailing list and lots of new collectors picking up great pieces. Here are some more of our favorite pieces from the past few weeks, three pieces that are definitely worth a second look! First, be sure to check out Kristina Carroll’s blue and golden goddess, Nyx. Next up we a compelling and romantic piece from Jennifer Hrabota-Lesser, entitled “Kiss”. And last but not least, an Elven color pastel portrait, “Evangeline” from the one and only Ashly Lovett.

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Nyx

by Kristina Carroll

5 x 7

Oil and Gold Leaf on illustration board

$375

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Kiss

by Jennifer Hrabota-Lesser

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Evangeline

by Ashly Lovett

“This is the forest primeval.”

 

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April Curators Picks

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We have had another exceptional month at EDO with lots of new members on our mailing list and lots of new collectors picking up great pieces.

Here are some more of our favorite pieces from the past few weeks, three pieces that are definitely worth a second look! First, we are delighted to have new work from staff member, Odera Igbokwe. Check out their exploration of Nigerian mythology with “Obatala”. Next we have “Furiosa” by Bud Cook, which is a bold and stunning acrylic portrait inspired by Charlize Theron as Furiosa. And last but not least is “Cloudbursting” by Jenna Kass, which features a gorgeous oil painting inspired by Kate Bush.

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Obatala (Dance of the Summoner II)

by Odera Igbokwe

“Obatala the grandfather of peace and creation,  

fans his breath and wisdom into humankind

/Obatalá obá layé ela iwo alara aché/

Obatala (Dance of the Summoner II)

Acrylic on board.

8 x 10  (12 x 15 with frame)


This portrait is part of my fantasy RPG world exploration.

I’ve been reimagining classic RPG archetypes (Knight, Mage, Archer, etc), which has lead to envisioning the Summons (or Final Fantasy-esque Espers/Eidolons/Aeons) of this world.

Next in the series we have a portrait inspired by Obatala, the Nigerian (Yoruba) Orisha of Peace, Creation, and the universe’s collective consciousness.

Super excited to continue exploring the pantheon of nigerian-diasporic mythologies and how they can be transformed and alchemized into my own personal grimoire~!

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Furiosa

by Bud Cook

Charlize Theron ruled the screen as Imperator Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road – this is my tribute to that magnificent film and character.

Acrylic and Prismacolor on paper.
Image size 6″ x 9″, frame size 12.5″ x 19″.
Double matted with anti-glare glass, handmade oak frame, black.

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Cloudbusting

by Jenna Kass

You’re making rain, and you’re just in reach.

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