Overland Gallery Exhibit

 

Karl Jahnke, Zmiya Mochoruk, and Cheryl Ryan

September 17 - October 28

Karl Jahnke is a painter and sculptor who lives in Crystal Lake and raises ungrateful chickens.

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Karl Janke

 

The artist Zmiya Mochoruk was born in 1987 in Chicago, United States. He began painting at the age of 12, he has shown at several art galleries worldwide over the years and appeared in magazines, album covers, books, news-print, and online for both fine art and horror painting as well as tattooing. He has his own tattoo studio in Illinois and divides his time between his businesses, painting, tattooing, and family.

Zmiya Mochoruk enjoy a classical aesthetic and figurative approach to oil painting, but the main focus is always to explore the magickal or occult formulae from within the frame of the human figure and layer the underlying message in a way that can be understood by everyone, albeit differently. While enjoying limited notoriety from his small but distinguished following, the socially reclusive painter strives mainly to maintain the integrity of the message existing just beyond the canvas veil.

 


 

Cheryl Ryan is a designer specializing in natural and primitive materials. 

“My process embraces the unique aspects, message and energy of the animal’s spirit. I find great joy in creating something beautiful from the remains of what has been lost.”

All materials have been humanely sourced and processed by the artist from beginning to end.