Artists

 
 At the center of Jones' work is spirituality and altered states of consciousness. Describing his work as Electro-Mineralism, Jones attributes his ability to create to the wonders of technology, crediting the planet's resources for advancements in art production. Manipulating light and energy, Android Jones captures complex concepts while utilizing his formal background in the arts. Described as a digital alchemist, he is determined to alter the viewer's perception, pushing the boundaries of the imagination through the use of innovative media forms.
 
 Chris Dyer is a Peruvian artist living in Montreal, Canada. He has been creating art since his childhood and has developed a unique style that blends the different cultures and lifestyles he is a part of, including skateboarding, traveling, graffiti and spirituality. He is known for his rich detail and colorful soul expressions that have been used as skateboard graphics, printed on clothing lines, and featured in books, movies and magazines.
 
 Dima raised in NYC, inspired by street art and rock posters. These days, he lives in Kentucky, working as a graphic designer, traveling to music festivals to share his visionary art and running his own brand, Mind Cradle.
 
 Hakan Hısım's art is deeply influenced by non-ordinary states of being. Esoteric imagery is a constant recurring pattern throughout his work. His art shows an awe of the natural world, and its beautiful contrast with the alien, transpersonal nature of mystical experiences. His often use of bold color schemes are used to accentuate this intrinsic contrast of micro and macro, of the familiar and the alien.
Striving to best express themes of Enlightenment, transcendence and similar mystical states, he has adopted the digital medium to create his art.
He believes that digital creation; the act of painting with light and electricity is the purest form of painting that is currently possible.  Removing oneself from the limitations of physical matter; the paint, pigment and canvas, catalyzes experimental creative freedom and propels the artist into unique realms of creativity. Without being confined to the static image, he also creates Moving Paintings'. These are animated works of art, moving versions of his digital paintings that instill them with a dynamic 'lifelike' quality.
  
 ""I try to put as much detail into every painting as possible"
Jonathan Solter is an artist living and working in the Bay Area. he dedicates his time to art, life, and love. Illustration, stage design, live painting and murals are his main artistic focuses. He loves the creative community in the Bay Area and is busy co-creating his dreams with other like-minded artists. His art has been created and shown internationally as well as across the west coast. 
 
 Justin Totemical continues to grow in the northcoast of North America in Vancouver, BC. Utilizing digital tools since the age of 12, Justin has found himself blurring the lines between the material and the virtual as well as the scientific and the spiritual. His precision offers viewers of his work insight into the depth and complexity of nature, but his vision carries us beyond known realms. 
   
 
 My paintings are manifestations derived from dreams, visions, and spontaneous flow. After spending time studying and traveling to understand philosophical thoughts, religions, and cultures of the world, I have been inspired to visually explore our connection as human beings. Mandalas are graphic representations of the universe - the multiplicity, and the singularity; the macrocosm, and microcosm. By re-interpreting and merging archetypes and symbols from multi-cultural backgrounds, I hope to help visualize our inherent connections to each other and Source. If we can see ourselves in each other, we can hopefully understand the importance of peace. 
        
 

 Mugwort (Isaac Mills) is a digital artist and designer embarking on unique explorations into the realms of creativity. Using artistic expression as a vehicle for spiritual exploration, he believes that though art and imagination we can deepen our understanding of ourselves, our interconnectedness with all things, and inspire social change. The name 'Mugwort' derives from the plant Mugwort Artemisia, a herb used since ancient times to enhance lucid dreaming and astral projection. He explores a multitude of artistic approaches and mediums; from digital painting, illustration, large-scale installations and live audio-visual performance, he increasingly taps into the dynamic potential of digital media. Much of his gallery work is thematically centred on transformation, archetypal forces, shifting paradigms, animals, and shamanic symbolism. Hailing from the east coast of Canada, Mugwort migrated to the forested shores of the west coast where he currently resides. His art has been displayed at galleries and festivals all across Canada, the US, Europe and Australia.

 Mark Munson is a self taught graphic artist out of Denver, Colorado. His art displays a blend of all the styles he is influenced and inspired by. From graphic design, to illustration, and digital painting, he manipulates the realms of pixels and shapes to manifest his spiritual imagery. His profound passion for his artwork is clearly visible in all his pieces.

 

 "My name's Randal, and I am an artist." 
In 2004, around the time I turned 30, I started introducing myself with that. I'd met and been deeply inspired by the great visionary artist Alex Grey, quit the factory job, and began a nearly year-long road trip exploring life and the country where I was born in an old pick-up truck named Suzie-Q.
Life appears to be made up of a truly overwhelming grid of gifts, and each one increases in elegance and detail the closer we look. Upon reflection, the only appropriate repto these gifts seems to be gratitude. I try to make art about that