Lady Henze

Lady Henze is a San Francisco artist whose only art requirement is: color. She works in two distinct styles — abstract and geometric — as these processes allow her to be the dichotomous person she is. Henze is inspired by street artists, neon signs, tile work, pop culture, movies, music, the candy aisle, and the bizarre reality show that is

Lady Mags

Lady Mags began her art career as a graffiti writer in 2006, when she started painting tracksides in Chicago while pursuing a degree in education. She has travelled throughout the world, painting street art and large scale murals in many of her destinations. She began exhibiting her fine art in galleries while also practicing her PhD in International Comparative Education at Stanford University. She currently resides in Petaluma CA.

Lee Harvey Roswell

Lee Harvey Roswell is a self-taught artist from Freefall, New York, whose work is noted for its blend of angst and humor. Themes of death and entropy, tribulation and futility run amok in his distinctly surreal, often-slapstick/ often-nightmarish world. The result is at once mocking and melancholic. Lee now lives in San Francisco, and his work is shown, collected and published internationally.

Lela Shields

Lela Shields, who was born and raised in London, attended several fine art institutions before graduating from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1996. She crafts subtle narratives exploring the ultra-fine balance between human, animal and spiritual realms while simultaneously playing with chance, technique and pure

Leon Loucheur

Leon Loucheur is a San Francisco-based artist who specializes in acrylic painting. His compositions are visual allegories of the relationships between the natural and human-made worlds, populated by creatures of the wild in various phases of remix. Without formal training, Leon has nurtured a singular voice from years of exploration and

Lori Nelson

Lori Nelson is a Utahn who has lived in New York for a decade. She is influenced by the spirit of self-sufficiency and the homemaking of her Mormon upbringing. She believes that refuse is relic, and that the human story is written in garbage.

Lucien Shapiro

Lucien Shapiro creates art that dances between life and death. His work is rife with found objects, textures, cast forms, manipulations, raw substances, oddities and multiple personalities. Treating forgotten objects and memories as treasure, he creates a kingdom under which new life is born through sculpture.