Aunia Kahn is a figurative artist, gallery director/curator, photographer, author, web/graphic designer, a creative entrepreneur and inspirational speaker. Project driven with community interest prompted Aunia to pursue curating several exhibitions and book projects, which later inspired the launch of Alexi Era Gallery which exhibits spirited international, national and local artists focusing on art in every style and medium and the Museum of Rescued (MORA) which was established in an effort to rescue discarded and dispossessed art due to a variety of circumstances in which one may never truly know.
M. de Vena is an autodidactic illustrator and designer with his focus being on traditional pen and ink illustration. The drawings are infused with mythology, divination, cultural anthropology, gender identity, and nature. Marrying a layered symbolism aesthetic with the line work and storytelling of nineteenth century book illustration, M. de Vena weaves allegories from personal and current social climates that will continuously delve into the spiritual, emotional, and psychological sides of love and loss, life and death.
Deborah Jackson is an artist who creates quirky characters who, in these oft dark times, remind us of the magic, curiosity and beauty in our lives. A world where the hero is victorious and harmony reigns over the whole land. Their big eyes and big hearts capture happy memories and fuzzy familiar feelings of times when we were children. She is also shown and collected nationally and internationally. As the Gallery Assistant for Alexi Era Gallery, she uses her skills in various aspects of the galleries day-today operations.