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Artists Profiles

Frank Hyder is blowing up the art world one head at a time

Hyder has participated in more than 200 group shows and over 100 solo exhibitions.

Gators, hearts and rainbow dragons: Lloyd Goradesky’s nature-inspired art

As an artist, Lloyd Goradesky thinks big, not just in scale.

Nature in a cage: Robert Coon’s figurative abstractions

As a painter turned sculptor, Robert Coon came up the old school way.

The colorful homeland of Laelanie Larach infuses her work

Tropics of Honduras inspire the vibrant art of Laelanie Larach whose style depends on her mood and inspiration.

Nate Dee: Spirit Animals and Bearded Dragons

He has made dozens of murals in cities all over the US, been featured in magazines, and listed as one of the top 10 Miami artists.

Art So Good It’s Criminal: Shirley Henderson’s Courtroom Illustrations

Henderson is a painter, courtroom illustrator, and arts educator.

Miami artist Didi Rok rolls with femme street art

Her style is decidedly feminine – exotic fairy-like women with flowing hair and flowers.

Talin Lyman’s Art of Lush Landscape, Wine Included

She travels to exotic places and takes photos as inspiration for her large scale landscape paintings.

Brian Cattelle: Traveling the Country to Capture Images

A photographer who has always been attracted to old things, who likes places that are off limits, and has a fascination with that feel.

Here’s Your Sign: Chalk & Brush Brings Artistry to the Craft

The tradition of hand-made signs has mostly been lost. Chalk & Brush in Miami aims to change that.
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