Developing a unique (and marketable) style of art with Veronica Wong

Developing a unique (and marketable) style of art with Veronica Wong

D Emptyspace Gallery by Veronica Wong

Veronica Wong is a Texas-based artist who’s unique, award winning painting style is striking to the eye.

This week we caught up with her to get to know her story. She shares some valuable tips on how to market your art, staying financially viable when everything isn’t going to plan, and be prolific on social media.

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Finding Freedom in Paint With Ricky Joyce

Finding Freedom in Paint With Ricky Joyce

The White Snake and His Golden Apple by Ricky Joyce

This week we chat with self-made artist Ricky Joyce who’s been hard at work adding his paint strokes to the local Leicester art scene in the UK. His abundant love for freedom and streamlined system for creating and marketing his art has enabled him to “beat the 9–5” and make a living doing what he loves.

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What It Means To Be Broken With Artist Kurt Caddy

What It Means To Be Broken With Artist Kurt Caddy

Kurt Caddy’s photomanipulation gallery in D Emptyspace

Kurt Caddy is a visual artist, a trained theologian, and a dreamer. When the team at D Emptyspace stumbled upon his artwork, we were immediately struck by his incredible use of color.

“Caddy photographs ordinary and even mundane images of places that feel worn, broken, or unresolved. He then uses layers of color to transform these small scenes into abstract pictures of beauty, wonder, and metaphor.”

Sarah Bernhardt, curator

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Cande Aguilar Creates Art at a Cultural Crossroads

Cande Aguilar Creates Art at a Cultural Crossroads

Carving out artworks that explore the juxtaposition of Mexican and American culture in a unique BarrioPop style

Madre Y Mickey by Cande Aguilar (2019)

When we first launched D Emptyspace, we didn’t know what to expect. How would artists interact with the app? Would they use it as we expected or find new ways to share their art?

When we saw what Texan artist Cande Aguilar was doing with his gallery space, we knew right away that we’d found our next interviewee. By layering photos behind his artworks to customize the gallery walls behind his artwork, he really made the gallery space his own.

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The Science of Abstract Art with Daniel Stuelpnagel

The Science of Abstract Art with Daniel Stuelpnagel

If Thou And Nature Can So Gently Part by Daniel Stuelpnagel (2019)

One of the most incredible things about art is how it connects people.

This week we’re talking to Baltimore-based artist Daniel Stuelpnagel. Working abstractly with acrylics, he’s created over 850 pieces and participated in more than 100 exhibitions.

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Bringing Life to a Level of Fiction with Street Photographer Daniel Huete

Bringing Life to a Level of Fiction with Street Photographer Daniel Huete

Self portrait by Daniel Huete in Hong Kong (https://www.instagram.com/p/Bwb8foyFPqE/)

What does your photography say about you? This may not be a big concern for most of us, as we upload our most impactful shot(s of the day) to Instagram, but some artists take this question very seriously.

I recently spoke with Daniel Huete, a Spanish born photographer currently based in Bangkok and Seoul, and who is known for highly technical, multi-layered street photography. But as I learned during our interview, Daniel sees photographic style as a “constant search”, rather than something he’s arrived at.

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