For the past three months, we have interviewed six artists who we feel will be leaving their mark on the art world in due time. This recap gives you access to those interviews for those who have missed it in the past!
Olivia Nguyen (aka FiyaB0mb) was our first artist to chat with for the website. We trekked all the way to Connecticut to meet her in person to support one of her events. She is self-proclaimed to be a shy person but contains a dream beyond your wildest imaginations. It all starts with a drawing of Big Sean and the rest is history!
Monty Draper is a hidden gem within NJ. If you had told me a laid back guy would be so creative with the pen, pencil, and marker…I probably would not have believed you. I can easily see Monty hosting his own gallery in major cities across the country and I am proud to see his talent evolve from the sidelines!
Saera is someone I was beyond honored to interview because she was my first international interviewee. Very open and honest of her experience with the art world. I have to say it was a nifty challenge to get things right for this interview to happen but was worth it.
Timothy Archer has artwork that hits me in a way I haven’t felt in a while. It is amazing how art can translate in numerous countries. Timothy’s art has been in galleries in Paris and NYC (one I was lucky enough to attend). I am impressed with his work and look forward to his journey in the art realm!
Curtia Wright is an artist straight from the six boy *Drake voice*. I feel the colors she uses often give me a “lifting” sensation (far out sort of vibe). I feel as she moves outside of her comfort zone, she will mix herself into deeper parts of the art world to get her work out there.
Vincent Nappi is a man of many talents in connection with his art background. He is connected to drawing for graphic novels and for fashion. His style reminds you of the 90s with the gritty feel to it. An artist you should keep on your radar for sure!