Andrew Spear: The Line Work is Like Sound Waves

Andrew Spear is well-known artist in the Central Florida area. His style is instantly recognizable—a blend of graphic marketability with a very personal tone and intricate line work. His murals mark many public spaces and cover a wide swath of commercial properties. On a contrary Read More …

Video Games and the Art of Empathy

The question as to what defines art remains disputed largely due to the cyclic nature of new creative mediums flourishing. Disregarding established definitions of artistic legitimacy, these outlets find their form and then evolve, pushing through unfamiliar territory. If we must insist on greeting these Read More …

Kieran Castaño: Representation and Satire in the Age of Trump

Kieran Castaño’s illustrations, paintings, and sequential works are humorous, seductively ambiguous, and poignantly vulnerable expressions, drawing form and content from contemporary politics, pop culture, art history, and underground comics. Castaño frequently culls his subject matter from politically-charged, personal experiences, creating representations of queer, androgynous, gender Read More …

In the Eyes of the Hungry: Sponsored by the NEA and Inspired by John Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath

The agricultural history of Florida preserves itself within the art pieces of In the Eyes of the Hungry, an exhibition on display at the Orlando City Hall Terrace Gallery. The show’s title comes from John Steinbeck’s novel The Grapes of Wrath in which farmers face Read More …