Suminagashi: Under the Microscope with Eric Lee

“I am the furthest thing from a systematic thinker,” says Bicycle Fine Art artist Eric Lee, introducing his new series of elegant and enigmatic black and white paint works on paper. The series, so far intentionally left untitled, embraces a new level of conscious uncertainty […]

Bird Sketches: A Holiday Tradition Revealed

  With the holiday season upon us, Bicycle Fine Art caught up with artist Chad Fonfara, to discuss his Condemnation print series, depicting groups of deceased birds. At times shown huddled together in a vague mass of bird bodies, or laid out in a row, the prints are inspired by […]

David Donovan Jensen: The Recordings of an Artist

Bicycle Fine Art artist, David Donovan Jensen is a painter, but he may be more accurately described as a sculptor of space. His environment seeps into the canvas, reflecting sounds, songs, moods, and the physicality of the outside world – diffused smoothly and soothingly within […]

The Art of Art Selection for Interior Design

Bicycle Fine Art artist, Danielle Voight, is a nocturnal painter. This practice may lend a hand in her painting style – which, although light and warm, focuses on a kind of quiet calm, as though you were standing at night in an open field and […]

Exploring Eric Lee’s World of Miniatures

Bicycle Fine Art artist, Eric Lee, has always been predictably unpredictable. While his creative passion is for sculptural paintings, his day job consists of building wooden snare drums for musicians around the Eau Claire, Wisconsin area. Given the intricate designs and detailed solid wood inlays […]