Each month Equilibrium is excited to host a different local artist in our waiting room gallery.
November 2019 Julia
Julia is 18, a recent high school graduate, and has been creating art as long as she can remember. This past year she took an AP Studio Art Class that challenged her beyond what she thought was possible and that is where most of the pieces she is showing came from She is still experimenting with different media and subject matter just trying to find her style. She hopes you enjoy her pieces and remember to never stop creating.
October 2019 Anna Pieruccini
Anna Pieruccini is a local mixed media artist who takes inspiration from the fantastical realms of steampunk, fairy tales, and folk lore. Her ornately detailed work features images such as anthropomorphic animals, skulls, and mythological creatures. You can find her work at http://www.facebook.com/eyeofsphinx or follow her on Instagram/forgottenmoon9 She also sells at her wears at various local conventions and festivals, see her Facebook page for details on where she will be next!
September 2019 M.D. Lee AND Autumn Johnson
M. D. Lee
M.D. Lee is a Loveland based multimedia fine artist. Her work varies from realistic to surreal. She enjoys utilizing multiple elements, such as stones, mirrors and multiple painting techniques at once in her works. She is a September birthday and is excited to share her work in the Waiting Room Gallery to celebrate. Find her work here: https://mariannadundas.wixsite.com/mdlee-artdesign/artwork She will be at the Bizarre Bazaar on November 30th in Loveland if you wish to purchase items in person.
Autumn is a Loveland middle school student who takes inspiration for her art from folklore, the furry fandom, steampunk, popular anime such as Pokemon and the natural world. Her work evokes a sense of wonder and magic, that translates to all ages. This is Autumn’s 1st showing in a gallery. Her work is not available online at this time.
August 2019- Fort Collins Comic Con
Fort Collins Comic Con is A fun, locally-organized, affordable Con experience in Northern Colorado to encourage children’s literacy and increase access to art, culture, and local creators in our community. It has been going on for five years strong and Fort Collins Comic Con has donated $95,000 over the last four years for the Poudre River Public Library District by bringing together thousands of geeks, pop-culture enthusiasts, gamers, fans, artists, writers, creators, cosplayers, and more into the Northside Aztlan Community Center.
Tickets for this year’s convention are available https://www.fococomiccon.com/get/fc3-badges-2019/
July 2019- Kai Frawg
Kai is a conceptual fine art photographer who creates work with a painted quality. She is strongly influenced by the works of Brooke Shaden and Jennifer Thoreson. Kai is currently working on over 20 new pieces for her followers. Most of her work has a dream-like fantasy feel. She wants her viewers to be engaged in each scene, to be drawn into each moment. She is originally from the Oregon coast, but currently lives in Loveland, Colorado with her special needs son and her fiancé.