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Contemporary Surrealism

Promoting the best contemporary surrealism, psychedelic, lowbrow, and fantastic figurative art being created today.

Retrospective of the Legendary Wayne Barlowe + New Interview

In collaboration with ArtPage Publishing, Gallery Nucleus presents a retrospective exhibition of select paintings and drawings by world-renowned science fiction and fantasy artist/author Wayne Barlowe. We’ve previously covered some of Barlowe’s visionary concept art here, and we are pleased to share the news of this retrospective and an exclusive interview. November 19, 2022 – December […]

Kristin Kwan

Kristin Kwan is an artist who makes illustrative paintings and drawings, living with her family and crowd of pets in Lincoln, NE. Her artwork uses elements of fantasy and allegory to explore themes of life, death, and rebirth. “When I was growing up my family moved many times, and every new home held mysteries and […]

Serguei Borodouline

Serguei (Serge) Borodouline was born in Russia in 1957 and graduated from the Siberian Art School and holds a Ph.D. in Engineering/Physics. He immigrated to Canada in 1998 where he has resided since in Ottawa. He is presently a member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Borodouline’s work is held in private collections in Canada, […]

Olga Koudi – Spiky Heads

Olga Koudi is an artist working with digital paintings. She lives and creates in Saint Petersburg, Russia. In her artworks, she talks about the body and nudity, introversion, and the Comfort Zone (both in society and in our own homes or minds). Despite the seriousness of these topics, there is always a drop of irony. […]

Min Kyung Kwon

Biography Min Kyung Kwon is an artist based in Adelaide, Australia creating art of otherworldly beings that are beyond physicality and can be only seen through our mind’s eyes. Kwon’s portraits are inspired by mythology, legends, folk storybooks, science through contradicting images of eeriness and cuteness with a glimpse of sensuality & innocence in their […]

Dawn (2019) by Min Kyung Kwon