Pop Shaman, ManWoman is Canada's spiritual gift to the Pop Art Movement. Defender of the sacred symbol the swastika he has dedicated his life and practice to recounting his spiritual awakenings through paintings, prints, poetry and even the creation of musical instruments. His work is owned in multip
Richard Rossetto has trained in the arts since he was a boy. He has been trained in theater, dance ,music and visual art. For the past fifteen years he has concentrated on visual arts, really though he is interested in pushing humanity Furthur, in any way shape or form.
After being classically tra
"I grew up in the New Jersey suburbs of New York City, a daughter of Iranian immigrants. Through my art, I selectively choose the aspects of each culture I want to inherit, on my own terms. The negotiation of cultures in my work reflects the first-generation American experience. The Persian-Islami
Originally named Betrand-Jean Redon, Odilon was given this nickname by his mother, Odile. In his native Bordeaux, Redon began as a sculptor, learning etching and lithography from Rodolphe Bresdin. After serving in the Franco-Prussian War, he moved to Paris. He worked mostly with charcoal and litho