Drømsjel

The fantastically curious illustration and collage of Pierre Schmidt, aka Drømsjel, is featured in the Spring 2015 edition of Fogged Clarity. More

Mary Jane Ansell

Contemporary portrait artist Mary Jane Ansell coaxes out the ineffable by rendering her subjects with uncompromising clarity. More

White Noise

The self-taught german photographer shows the foggy side of his versatility in this series of haunting photos. More

Mike de Lange

The Soul of Damascus – The traveling photographer sets his lens on Damascus More

Dave Kinsey

Kinsey’s work captures the universal essence of the human condition mainly through an energetic portrayal of urban figures. Working spontaneously, and utilizing a range of mediums, he constructs multi-layered, textured environments easily likened to the complexities of contemporary life… More

Anthony Kurtz

Nightscapes – Anthony Kurtz examines darkness in nature and displays his skill with this series of long exposures. More

Alyssa Monks

The first time my eyes fell upon an Alyssa Monks painting, I thought I was looking at a photograph. Monks’ skill with the brush is clearly evident in this series of beautifully rendered flesh, steam, water and glass… More

Jon MacNair

Created primarily with India ink and often on found paper, Jon MacNair’s work is brimming with symbolism. His fantastical scenes, strange creatures, and outlandish characters invite immersion and stimulate the imagination. In taking a look at his work, you might find yourself kicking around inside MacNair’s head… More

Weather

Weather – the artwork of Mona Marshall More

Les Diaboliques

Françoise Nielly’s painting is sexual. Her colors are free, exuberant, surprising and explosive. Her knife incises and her pallet bursts. More

Figurative Visions

A. Andrew Gonzalez achieves a sculptural look by airbrushing acrylics onto gesso panels, then lifting pigment with an abrasive eraser. This is followed by the application of transparent layers of paint. In darker sections, he may repeat these steps many times over. Claybord provides the best surface for this technique, but on rare occasion, the artist will use canvas. More

Order in Chaos

My goal is to create art that reflects the very essence of our ever changing world. I believe that to force creativity is to go against its basic nature, and to constrain it is harmful to individuality. Therefore, creativity must be allowed to flow, dreamlike, expressing the tangible and intangible simultaneously. More

After India

After a month and a half of staying in India, I felt like I lived there. I ventured to the country in order to work with my creative partner on a Polaroid project asking local people what they wanted to do before they die. My own goals for the trip included a spiritual restructuring, getting healthy, and drinking in the surrounding culture… More