Born April 1, 1976 as a Rochester New York Native, Phillip Scott Sinclair also known as P.Scott takes art and entrepreneurship to another level. A man constantly seeking a canvas for his artistic expression, with multi talents in the arts such as visual art, graphic, fashion, and sculptural design, Scott considers himself a Visual Art Designer. Influenced by artist such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Salvador Dali and his mothers love and desire for fashion, and interior design. With his art which he likes to call urban contemporary expressionism, Scott plans to stay on the forefront of the art scene by always pushing the envelope, always finding a unique canvas, and by being creative with mind-blowing concepts that make you think beyond the surface.
Micaeh is a seasoned Communications Strategist and digital storyteller with graceful leadership style and superior work ethic. After several years of successful practicing in the communications field, Micaeh found herself creatively frustrated, so she decided to integrate her knowledge of public relations with her passion for photography; seeing the art practice as a natural extension of a person’s voice and story. Now using photography to elevate her own voice as well as the voice of her clients, she showed her work for the first time to the public at an exhibition in July (2014) at NYCH Art Gallery in the historical Pilsen Art District. This will be the second time Micaeh has showed her work to the public.
A native of Chicago, Jeff Zimmermann has achieved national and international recognition for his large scale murals featuring painted images of contemporary pop culture and sensitively rendered portraits. Zimmermann’s pop-culture references range from innocuous consumer products such as beer cans, hard candy rings, and high healed shoes, to more symbolically charged images like pistols and portraits of political figures. The images are discrete and floating, knitted together by geometric areas of flat color. The overall aesthetic is smooth and sensual: shiny metal and glossy surfaces, rendered in saturated colors. Zimmermann’s paintings have the sex appeal of commercial art, and any irony surrounding that connection is light and playful. The artist’s background as a graphic designer explains his shrewd use of flashy and graphic forms which also permeate the mass media (Zimmermann’s self-proclaimed competition), operating on the theory that we all deeply love flashy stuff.
Originally from Cincinnati, OH and currently residing in Chicago, IL, Jason draws on his life experiences to tell a visual story, sometimes unseen at first glance, within his work. Using subjects like race, heartache, single motherhood and music, Jason creates mixed media art that incorporate paper, acrylic paint, magazines, gels as well as acrylic and oil pens in order to translate each pieces specific story.