Information about our artists is coming soon!
Justin Roberts has been a staple in the Ohio art scene for a long time now, and his work continues to evolve.
Bex is a versatile artist from Cleveland Ohio who has worked in a wide variety of both digital, and traditional mediums. Her professional work includes digital and traditional illustration, portrait illustration, 2d and 3d animation, apparel design, logo design, album illustration, branding and marketing, live painting, voice over, audio engineering, and musical composition. Operating under the name “GirLilly Productions LLC”, she offers these services, specializing in pet portraits. Her art and designs reflect her passion for nature and love of animals. With big dreams to contribute to the humane society, she recently launched her own clothing line called Feral Antics. View her portfolio at www.girlilly.com and check out her clothing line at www.feralantics.com.
Vince Krivda, from Columbus Ohio, is a seasoned live painter driven to support live music. Applying his philosophical background and signature performance style, Vince employs a naturalist aesthetic in the vein of John Dewey’s “Art as Experience.” His art is described as embodying the music while engaging with the musicians and the audience. With hundreds of performances under his belt, since 2013, he routinely supports bands including Love Alive, Jones for Revival, MojoFlo, the Andy Shaw Band, Vibe & Direct, LethalFX, Conscious Pilot, Electric Orange Peel and many more. Currently, Vince is supporting galleries and presenting art philosophy workshops at music festivals.
Introducing Matthew Mayle, recently relocated from Canton, OH to the Mile High in September 2015. He brings his recycled, reused, repurposed art style with him wherever he goes. Art has always been a part of his life. He studied fine arts at Kent State University, performs live art at festivals and creates installations for cities around the U.S. His goal is to capture his audience through the use of unwanted materials manipulated in an artistically pleasing way. From bottle caps, to discarded crayons, surplus building materials, spent lighters, to kids’ toys, and everything he finds laying around, he hopes to beautify the world by up-cycling the unwanted into art. He is currently working on large installations for Dallas, TX and Golden, CO. And in August 2017 he will create a live piece of up-cycled work for the Freakstomp Festival in Medina, OH.