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Martel Chapman
Martel Chapman
Martel Chapman’s unique paintings of jazz legends must be viewed at Portraits as Jazz or at Fine Art America.

Mónica Lalanda

Monica Lalanda
Mónica is a Spanish Emergency Medicine doctor, writer and illustrator who thinks that there is more than one way of “doing Medicine”. She is convinced that humour and specially medical humour, can go a long way. At one point in her life she took a sabatical in her medical career to complete a cartooning diploma at the London Art College (her doctor colleagues were not impressed) Twitter: @mlalanda

Brandon Smith

Brandon Smith is Faculty at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.  The subject matter of his work varies from Figurative, still life, landscape, and cityscapes.  In a addition to teaching he show his work at Studio Gallery in San Francisco, and has shown in numerous group shows in Santa Barbara and in the Bay Area.  and paints on commission.
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Mark Smith

Mark Smith paints in watercolor or oil. He is influenced by Thiebaud, Hockney, Escher, and Wood. When you’re a kid art is all about fun, the lines and colors in his paintings take you back there. Images that balance between realism and surrealism
set in a realm of playful distortions and unique color combinations. Mark is a National and International award winning artist painting in San Diego.
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Harrison Wheeler
Harrison Wheeler is an author, cartoonist, and speaker from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. His YA humour/dystopian novel, JESTERS INCOGNITO, reboots the jester in our digital age, a mashup of satire and creative inspiration. Harrison’s cartoons and Twitter inspired #cartwoons are found on his site and his blog.

Phil Wong
Click here for Phil’s bio. ‘Tis most excellent.