Mark Ryden came to preeminence in the 1990’s during a time when many artists, critics and collectors were quietly championing a return to the art of painting. With his masterful technique and disquieting content, Ryden quickly became one of the leaders of this movement on the West Coast.
Bio from her website:
I’m an illustrator and print maker with a love for nature and folklore. I’m half Finnish and half English. I spent many summers throughout my childhood in Paltaniemi, a village in Finland, swimming and fishing in Oulujarvi and exploring the forests. I also travelled to La
An Art Foundation Student, who's interested in Graphic Design, Animation and Visual Arts. Also known as 'Gwena', (another artist name), which means 'smile' or 'to smile'.
Inspired by the likes of Hayao Miyazaki, Titi Freak, Banksy, Miss Van, amongst many others, Lowri/Gwena's interests in all thing