MAIL.BOX.ART | No.4 – 2019

MAIL.BOX.ART | NO. 1 – 2018

Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” – Pablo Picasso


We’d like to share our love for art with you, so we decided to start a project we’re calling MAIL.BOX.ART. Throughout the year we’ll be commissioning a piece of art from a Portland based artist that we’ll be mailing to our friends and clients. We are so excited to support local artists and we hope you enjoy, savor and save each piece. If you’re interested in receiving awesome art – Sign Up Here!

MEET THE ARTIST
RYAN BUBNIS is a multidisciplinary artist, illustrator, and educator based in Portland, Oregon.
Bold, graphic and deceptively simple, Bubnis’ imagery lives in the space between the abstract and representational. Equally influenced by DIY culture, art history, illustration, and design, he explores themes of memory, nostalgia, good vibes, and the human condition.
Bubnis has collaborated with a number of commercial clients and agencies and his work has been exhibited across the U.S. and abroad. He is currently an Assistant Professor at The Pacific Northwest College of Art and is usually covered in cat hair.
Ryan’s work can be found online at: RyanBubnis.com | IG: @RyanBubnis


Posted on December 17, 2019 at 9:23 pm
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MAIL.BOX.ART | No.1 – 2018

MAIL.BOX.ART | NO. 1 – 2018

Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” – Pablo Picasso


We’d like to share our love for art with you, so this year we decided to start a project we’re calling MAIL.BOX.ART. Throughout the year we’ll be commissioning a piece of art from a Portland based artist that we’ll be mailing to our friends and clients. We are so excited to support local artists and we hope you enjoy, savor and save each piece. If you’re interested in receiving awesome art – Sign Up Here!

 

MEET THE ARTIST
Megan Krzmarzick is a visual artist living and working in Portland, Ore. She specializes in painting abstracts on paper and canvas. Instagram: @messengerbird
“We are constantly challenged in our everyday lives to find meaning and direction, often defining ourselves through creativity and connection. It’s important for me to invite the viewer into an ongoing conversation with my work to help them better understand this dynamic. That’s why I paint with process in mind rather than the actual finished product. I believe that when I refrain from dictating explanation it encourages someone to imbue the art with their own story and imagination, to play into the process of meaning-seeking. Dramatic color, movement, and texture in brushstrokes visualize emotions and narrative in the moment while leaving space for the viewer to interpret the work based on their own experience.”

Artist Photo Credit: @Art.Fare

 


Posted on March 1, 2018 at 10:30 am
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