Monika Nowak: An Exclusive Interview with A.I.M.O.

Your artwork is so colorful and certainly identifies with the genre of Pop Art. Have you always had a passion for Pop Art? If so, what drew you to your subject matter of superimposing the mixed medias? The Art that most impressed me is the Egyptian art. It's like a cartoon with characters who live scenes, running around on the walls of temples or tombs. The bright colors , fine lines crisp , beautiful bodies and faces , a form of naive and touching purity, here is my first shot of artistic heart! What is your favorite subject matter and why? Joy! I love pictures that makes me smile like a face beaming with joy. I strongly believe in the power of intention and image. I have no message to conv

Natalia Fabia: An Exclusive Interview with A.I.M.O.

How do you choose your subject matter and do you find the beauty in all that surrounds you? Most of the subjects for my paintings are my friends. Sometimes a stranger will spark intrigue for a painting. I’m drawn to creative, strong, stylish females with a DIY approach to life. I find the beauty within my friends and loved ones. I am also obsessed with light and colorful environments and landscapes draw me in. Is your preferred medium Winsor & Newton? What does being their Brand Ambassador mean to you as an artist? I've used Winsor & Newton ever since I started painting and it's a dream come true to be a Brand Ambassador for Winsor & Newton. My medium of choice is their oil paints. It

Jessica Kaplan: An Exclusive Interview with A.I.M.O.

I have been following you on Instagram @jessicakaplanart1 for some time now and was curious as to what led you to painting? Ever since I was a small child, I loved doing anything that was creative like painting, drawing, performing , making jewelry, etc. I graduated college with a theater major. I moved to LA where I pursued an acting and voiceover career. After being there for a few years, I started my own airbrush tanning business where I blended colors to try and create the perfect tan for each client's skin. When I left LA and moved back to Chicago, I happened to see a painting someone posted online and it triggered an urge inside of me to want to create. I bought canvas and paints and I

Samantha French: An Exclusive Interview with A.I.M.O.

Your underwater painting is so intriguing to me. You capture the moment in time as if it were frozen. What drew you to your current subject matter? I’ve always loved painting the figure, and the first water “themed” piece was a painting from an old photograph of my mother and aunt at the lake when I was a baby. This was my second or third year in college. With this element of nostalgia and these beautiful abstracted qualities of green reflections in the water, I knew I had found something that deeply resonated with me. I had been doing a lot of plein aire work at marinas and lakes painting sailboats and open water so the figurative element felt really good when it happened. My early work was

Kym Roc: An Exclusive Interview with A.I.M.O.

Getting the June Glam Bag from Ipsy blew my mind as you designed the bag! Please tell us how this collaboration came about? The creative and production department at IPSY contacted me as they liked my work. They wanted to do a female empowerment and embracing the whole graffiti street art scene glam bag. They did their own research and my name kept coming up. A few big names in the scene dropped my name and referred me. Pretty cool...they were inspired by my work. I created the wall for their #IpsyRebelRebel photoshoot backdrop. I also painted graffiti on both the wardrobe and mailer bags for their BTS youtube video (June 2016 "Rebel Rebel" Glam Bag BTS + Sneak Peek). You do it all- paint, p

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