Alec Huxley, Felicia Ann and Paul Lewin
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Alec Huxley is a painter based in San Francisco. His work, primarily representational, is filled with contrast. Simultaneously stark and colorful, it focuses on landscapes of the American West Coast. Cinematic scenes serve as imperfect records of place, time and architecture for space travellers and wild animals. A self taught artist, his background includes studies in business, graphic design, photography, as well as a career in printing before committing to fine art full-time.
Felicia Ann is an artist and designer based in Oakland CA. She blends her Southeast-Asian heritage, love of lore and mythology, together with her enthusiasm for astronomy, science and technology. Her art is expressed in ethereal portraits, celestial objects and graphic shapes that represent an exploration of human identity and our place and time in the universe.
Paul Lewin has found joy in the process of creating art since he was a child in Kingston, Jamaica. His paintings, which he likens to the ancient art of storytelling, are inspired by nature, science, ancestors, and dreams. The resulting visions include trees, animals, insects and foliage intertwining with human figures to represent the transfer of energy and interconnectedness to the Earth. The figures symbolize Lewin’s ancient, future, and inter-dimensional ancestors from Africa, the Caribbean, and the diaspora. He is currently based in Miami, Florida.