Sara Larner lives in New York City where she writes, paints, manages this art gallery, and attends Barnard College of Columbia University, earning a Bachelors in English with a Double Concentration in Creative Writing and Film and a Minor in Classical Studies—which after repeating several hundred times she has decided is, in fact, a mouthful. She recently finished her fourth novel (the first for which she's seeking publication), her second feature length screenplay, and is hard at work on a third original tv pilot while negotiating the option contract for the pilot and show bible she wrote over the summer. She spends her free time filling painting commissions, dancing, and—whenever there is a breath of time—reading. (Okay, often reading when there is no time and she should really be doing Actual Work.)
Commission your own custom painting through her website, or if you want some art but don't have quite enough money, go check out her patreon! With a subscription of as low as $2 a month you can enter to win one of her monthly bonus paintings, vote on which fandom the monthly painting is of, and also get access to all her cool behind the scenes and in progress photos.
A freshman majoring in visual arts at Columbia University, Anton started painting at age 7 and has made it his passion ever since. Growing up in Houston, he began participating in local competitions such as the Rodeo School Art Program and just recently broke a school art auction record with his painting "Southern Palate". Anton has earned recognition as a Texas Young Master from the Texas Commission on the Arts and has won national awards, including a National Silver Medal in Painting for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Aside from creating art, Anton enjoys teaching art, organizing philanthropic activities and playing basketball. After traveling as a youth ambassador to Ecuador two years ago, he has made it his goal to advocate for the arts through community initiatives. Anton considers his style a synthesis of impressionism and contemporary fine art and hopes to become an established artist here in NYC.
For commissions or questions about artwork, you can contact him through his website.
Michelle began painting in Houston when she was seven years old. She specializes in oil painting with recent experiments in mixed media. The drive to pursue her own visions has always burned brightly. To her, art supersedes passion, expression, and joy even. It’s all-consuming. Right now, she is figuring out how to both grip tradition and seek fresh definitions.
She currently studies Art History at Columbia University and spends many nights watching the sun rise from the studio. She spends a little more time rock climbing than painting now, with as much of a desire to climb big walls as to paint big (brick) walls one day. A constant stream of painting ideas mostly end up on illegible sticky notes next to her bed and in class readings.
John lives in New York City where he attends Columbia University, working towards a Bachelors degree in Environmental Biology. Originally from Nebraska, he has found a home in the city and its exciting pace of life. Origami has been a passion of his for over seven years, and his models are inspired greatly by the works of master origami artists. One of his goals is to find new ways to combine origami with other mediums to create unique displays of art. He uses much of his free time folding new origami, building 3D models and various gadgets, and recently furbishing custom Halloween costumes. Besides art, he enjoys walking park trails in search of interesting plants, running, and writing movie reviews. He is currently working on creating a map of tree species for Columbia and Barnard campuses.
He is working on making an online gallery, but easily gets overwhelmed with trying to photograph everything. All his works are for sale, which you can find on his Instagram, @houseofhao. Commissions and inquires can be made to his email, email@example.com.