Somewhere near the intersection of eccentric line drawings and architecture you’ll find the work of Kim Schoenstadt. Speaking with Dirty Laundry, the Los-Angeles-based artist discussed striving to create intellectually stimulating and visually beautiful pieces, along with the merits of relinquishing control and learning to embrace chaos.
Unrestricted by the genre of fine art, Tim Biskup’s pop-inspired paintings and prints represent just one facet of this modern day Renaissance man. Breaking into the art world later in his career, Biskup worked for many years as an animator, and continues to dabble in alternative creative outlets.
High school teacher by day and landscape super artist by night, Gregory Euclide chooses to surround himself with the source of his power – the natural world. His paintings and installations evoke fantastical landscapes absent of figures, but oftentimes their lingering footprint can be felt. The Minnesota man discusses his daily routine for work and play, plus knowing when to trust your intuition.
Occasionally haunting, quietly unassuming and gorgeously eerie, Nate Burbeck’s paintings present a constant conundrum of daily American life. The Minnesota native takes amber waves of grain to a whole new level. In an interview with Dirty Laundry, Burbeck describes the small niche in which he operates, in between rolling landscapes and dejected states of mind.