Lee Jeffries

Nobility and raw beauty are present in each human that walks the Earth, and the homeless are no exception. Jeffries reminds us of this truth every time he releases the shutter on his camera.

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Dino Valls

Building on a childhood passion for drawing, Valls taught himself to paint in oils beginning in 1975. After completing his degree in Medicine…

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Rene Magritte

A surrealist painter from Belgium, Rene Magritte created his first painting, The Lost Jockey, in 1926 and held his first exhibition in 1927. Dejected…

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Michael Hussar

I love art that tweaks me. If it makes my brain want to squirm or challenges my sense of the normal and the safe, sign me up. And Hussar…

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William Russell Walker

Walker is a contemporary artist, currently living and painting in Georgia. Born in Biloxi, Mississippi, Walker received a BFA in…

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Antoni Gaudi

How many times have you used the word ‘gaudy’ to describe something tacky, over-the-top, or reminiscent of Tammy Fay Baker and Liberace?

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Perhaps one of the most prolific and influential cofounders of the Pre Raphaelite movement, Dante Rossetti not only painted, but…

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Alphonse Mucha

“Find yourself another profession where you’ll be more useful”. -The recommendation given to Mucha by the Prague Academy of Fine Arts…

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Hans Bellmer

Perhaps most well known for his doll series, Hans Bellmer produced sculptures, photographs, books and etchings in addition to theoretical and…

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Tamara de Lempicka

“I live life in the margins of society, and the rules of normal society don’t apply to those who live on the fringe.”

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Audrey Kawasaki

“I’m not a good talker or explainer or story teller. I’m really not. I’m a bit of a social weirdo too and get really nervous and anxious … “

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Otto Dix

Otto Dix was one of the most influential artists of the New Objectivity movement. Dix was profoundly affected by the sights of …

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Christian Schad

Christian Schad was a German painter associated with both the Dada and the New Objectivity movements. Many do not know that he was a…

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Stanislaw Szukalski

Unfortunately, the Nazi siege of Warsaw in 1939 resulted in the destruction of the museum and his life’s work. Today, original sculptures by…

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Lithium Picnic

The photographical works of Phillip Warner are some of the most beautiful and tastefully executed fetish imagery I have seen.

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Ray Caesar

Ray Caesar is putting the kink back in kinky. Pouty porcelain-faced child dolls in provocative poses and upskirt shots, with the occasional peek…

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Joel Peter Witkin

By far one of the most inventive and disturbing modern photographers I have yet to discover, Joel Peter Witkin’s work both attracts and repels…

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Egon Schiele

Egon was an Austrian painter, a protege of Gustav Klimt, and a major figurative painter of the early 20th century. Due to the highly-charged nature…

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