Art of the day by Joshua Monuteaux. “Free the Hugs” is about the Covid-19 pandemic, and the background was made with the last published issue of The Stranger. We hope it’s not the last issue The Stranger will publish.
Check out Joshua’s work on his website @ http://www.joshuamonuteaux.com/
Jason Blackburn has created this amazing piece. To see the process of making the beetle go check out his instagram @jasonblackburnstudio
Michelle Geisse has created some political artwork. To see her most recent artwork check out her website www.art-climatechange.com
Renowned for his TRUE FIRE™ airbrush technique, Mike Lavallee traces his roots to sign painting. Graduating with a degree in Sign Painting from Boston’s Butera Art School in 1979. Immersing himself in a decades long trek he would travel the motorcycle circuit as an artist until choosing to settle in the Pacific Northwest. In 1999 he opened his airbrush studio, Killer Paint, in Snohomish, Washington.
For more about him check out his website www.killerpaint.com
Riley Doyle is Seattle based contemporary realism painter. He also does landscape paintings and plein air. Riley was exposed to art very early on since his mother was an artist. By the age of 10 he had taken an interest in drawing and image making. In high school he spent most of his time in a photography dark room or the computer lab working with photoshop and illustrator. Once college came he began to train his hand and eye to gain more independence in his art. His studio work consists of large, multi-figure landscapes compositions, which draws from his outdoor plein air studies. Riley is also an adjunct instructor at at Georgetown Atelier. For more information about Riley visit his website www.rileydoyleart.com