Artist Spotlight: Yin Lu

Yin Lu is a 22-year-old Brisbane-based Chinese Australian artist, who graduated from QUT in 2018 with a Bachelor degree of Fine Arts, majoring in Visual Arts, and is currently a postgraduate student at UQ studying Master of Primary Teaching. Yin is also an art advisor, muralist, fashion illustrator, DIY hobbyist, event host, creator and director of The Window of Yin Arts and Cultural Communication Pty. Ltd. In 2018, she was the first Chinese Australian mural artist and guest speaker as a representative of Australia to participate in the “International Graffiti Art Festival” in Hunan, China. Additionally, she was chosen to be one of the 15 other artists for BIGSOUND Music Festival 2018.

For more information on Yin Lu and to view more of her work, please visit

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Artist Spotlight: Christy Lee Rogers 

Christy Lee Rogers is a visual artist from Kailua, Hawaii. Her obsession with water as a medium for breaking the conventions of contemporary photography has led to her work being compared to Baroque painting masters like Caravaggio. Boisterous in color and complexity, Rogers applies her cunning technique to a barrage of bodies submerged in water during the night, and creates her effects naturally in-camera using the refraction of light. Through a fragile process of experimentation, she builds elaborate scenes of coalesced colors and entangled bodies that exalt the human character as one of vigor and warmth, while also capturing the beauty and vulnerability of the tragic experience that is the human condition. 

For more information about Rogers and to view more of her work, please visit





Artist Spotlght: Andy Rines

Andy Rines was born in Springfield, MA where he, from an early age would constantly create. In 2013, he moved across the country where he was introduced to the color palette of the West coast. Andy's body of work is constantly evolving and he is constantly learning and exploring new ideas.

For more information about Andy Rines and to see more of his work,please visit .

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South West, 36"x 36" acrylic on canvas

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Untitled, 16"x 20" acrylic on canvas

Artist Spotlight: Jui Hsieh

Jui Hsieh is a Los Angeles based illustrator / designer from Taiwan, graduated from ArtCenter College of Design in December 2016 with a B.F.A in Illustration. She loves driving on a rainy day especially in winter. Nature is always something she's curious about and it's where her inspirations coming from. In her artworks, she loves using watercolor, gouache, color pencil and collage to create her imaginative world.

For more information on Hsieh, and to see more examples of her work please visit .


Artist Spotlight: Valeria Feliú

Valeria Feliú was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and from an early age, she developed interest in the creative and artistic fields, attending various workshops and pursuing personal projects within ceramics, drawing, painting, and photography.

While studying a Visual Communication degree, she attends the workshop of a renowned Argentine painter - Adolfo Nigro-, under Torres García´s “universal constructivism” art movement.

At early 90´ she moved to Sydney, Australia. Studied interior design and worked in the architectural and design field. In parallel, developed her artistic career, mainly abstract style, participating in various individual and group shows, art fairs and competitions.

Back in Argentina, Valeria establishes in Salta in 1998. Currently dedicated full-time painter, focusing her interest in realism – not to say reality – and the human condition with its vast invitation to explore and represent.

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Artist Spotlight: Orly Cogan

Cogan has been included in a number of notable national and international museum and university exhibitions, including The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Arts & Design, NY, which holds her work in its permanent collection in addition to The MIT collection;  Riverside Museum, Riverside, California, The Hudson River Museum, NY; The Textile Museum of Toronto, Canada, with Judy Chicago, The Brattleboro Museum San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI, Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno among others. She has also been featured in The Musee International Des Arts Modeste, Sete, France and at The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Oslo. Cogan’s work is found in various public and private collections internationally.

Cogan’s work has been published in several books and museum catalogues. Her reviews are included in: The New York Times, the Chicago Sun Times, the Los Angeles TimesThe ReaderNY PressArt Press MagazineW MagazineElleFiber ArtsTextile Plus, Surface DesignArt In AmericaTema CelesteInterior DesignArt PressArt NewsTime Out ChicagoTime Out New YorkThe American Art Collector, and Art Forum, to name a few.

For more information about Orly Cogan and to view more work, please visit .

The Feast - Hand stitched embroidery,appliquet and paint on vintage linen 68x32 inches

The Feast - Hand stitched embroidery,appliquet and paint on vintage linen 68x32 inches

Artist Spotlight: Jhonattan Arango

Hopefully you are following our Facebook page and Instagram feed, if so then you saw the focus on TAPE ART today. What is tape art you ask? Well it’s art…with tape, and it can get pretty intense! We were fortunate to find this gem in our submissions- some fun BEE THEMED tape art right here in our own backyard.

And are we biased to the bee theme? Of course we are, especially when it is an intricate bee tape mural by artist Jhonattan Arango. In the words of Nicole Belmonte, Co-Founder & Agent for Culture Climax - A Creative Agency;

‘Jhonattan Arango, known as Anon communicates his purpose and artistry through narrating stories of interconnectedness & unity using shapes and art forms.

In murals, this experience comes to life as he empowers the community to pick up a paintbrush and contribute to the creation of a collective masterpiece creating a colorful, cohesive union of contrasting triangles. Jhonattan’s curation of community murals invites participants to find their inner creative, let their guard down and relax into the artistic expression they thought they left back in school. Once dry, the tape is peeled off to reveal a co-created mural symbolizing a boost of culture and camaraderie within that community, business or building.’

To view more of his work visit,

Jhonattan Arango  taping off his design in the conference room at Bee Access Products  in West Palm Beach.

Jhonattan Arango taping off his design in the conference room at Bee Access Products in West Palm Beach.

The finished mural- painted by the Bee Access Products staff.  What a great team building activity!

The finished mural- painted by the Bee Access Products staff. What a great team building activity!

Artist Spotlight: Darius V. Daughtry


‘An accomplished poet, playwright, director, and educator with over a decade worth of experience in South Florida and beyond, Darius has committed himself to using that arts as a vehicle for change. He is the Founder and Artistic Director of Art Prevails Project, a performing arts organization dedicated to expanding cultural conversation through theatrical performance, arts education, and community engagement. Darius has spearheaded literacy initiatives with NFL Hall-of-Famer Jason Taylor and with poet and actor, Omari Hardwick.

Darius has been commissioned to write, perform, and conduct workshops for various organizations: The Poetry Foundation, O, Miami, City of Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade Schools, Broward Schools, and more.

He has written and directed performances for numerous groups and organizations – ArtServe (RedEye), Broward Cultural Division (Sistrunk Market Place, State of Black Broward), Old Dillard Museum (Juneteenth, Kwanzaa), The World Aids Museum (Saving Grace), and more. Mr. Daughtry is currently a member of the Sistrunk Artists in Residence cohort.’

There is an ongoing call for poets, dancers, musicians, visual artists, storytellers and singers to join the creative collective that Darius founded. To find out more visit


CONTINUUM WPB Arts VIP Black Tie Fundraiser Gala

Art Hive is proud to a sponsor for CONTINUUM WPB Arts, now in its sixth year.  We have had a chance to witness their growth and development every year and each year the event gets better and better- and they sure know how to throw party!

 We hope that you will join us Thursday at the VIP opening reception.  The Black Tie Fundraiser Gala is the grand opening of CONTINUUM WPB Arts and a charitable fundraising event for the No More Starving Artists Foundation.  Don’t miss live entertainment courtesy of JM & the Sweets and delicious food provided by SubCulture Group Restaurants. The event is Thursday, January 10, 2019 7:30pm- 10:00pm at 426-428 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL.

Wondering what to wear? Attire is formal/cocktail with optional sneakers, the more artistic the better!

 For more information please visit the CONTINUUM WPB web site,

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