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Fiercely Curious is an online art & design collective based in Brooklyn.

We believe in connecting directly with the artists and designers.

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Ai Campbell

Born in Osaka, Japan, Ai trained in oil painting at the Kyoto College of Art and Design. In 2013 you may have seen Ai’s work at “Select Fair Miami” at the Rush Arts Gallery in Florida, SPARKBOOM’s “Post No Bills”... Read More >>


Alexa Williams

Alexa Williams is a native New Yorker whose focus has largely been on abstract landscape painting over the last dozen years. Currently however, she is exploring more abstract territory with the use of construction materials such as cement, chalk and... Read More >>


Cecelia Rembert

Cecelia Rembert is a visual artist who's work explores the human act of painting as sign, story and metaphor.

Her work is featured in several recent shows, including the Brucennial in 2014, and Life on Mars Gallery... Read More >>


Dael Oates

Coming from Sydney, Australia, Dael Oates is a photographer and film maker. Dael travels the world for his projects and constantly explores the varied landscapes of the world around him. His photography channels an abstract view of the urban and... Read More >>


Dan Wonderly

Born in Bogota and raised in Indiana, DUMBO- based artist Dan Wonderly has been living and working in Brooklyn for nearly eight years, specializing in fine art portrait and still photography. Finding the unnoticed, the overlooked, the easily missed minutia... Read More >>


Dana James

Dana James, born and raised in Manhattan is a Bushwick based artist who's current body of work references Americana - subtle suggestions of swimming pools, hammocks and television sets from suburbia. This serves as an interpretation of a life that... Read More >>


Edward Granger

Native to Louisiana, Edward Granger has covered the streets and walls of New York with his vibrant vision.

Leaning on his background in architecture, Edward applies a fluid and spontaneous energy in his structural works. Thinking in... Read More >>


Emily Church

Whether working with vibrant inks on paper or rich oils on rabbit skin glue covered linen, Emily Church's modern vision resonates through her classic tools and techniques. Originally from Kentucky, Emily received her Master's Degree from the New York Studio... Read More >>


Glitch Textiles

Brooklyn based artist and designer, Phillip David Stearns is founder and creator the stunning weaves behind Glitch Textiles. These woven throws are not only cozy (we own one!), but they create subtle structures of our digital reality into intimate, tactile... Read More >>


Ian Trask

Ian’s visual art has been displayed in the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Recession Art, the Wassaic Project, Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, Bushwick Open Studios and DUMBO Arts Festival to name a few. In 2007 he took a temporary job as a hospital... Read More >>


Jake Wallace

Jake Wallace is a New York-based artist and printmaker. Born in Queens and a Brooklyn resident for the past 14 years, Jake has witnessed many changes to the city landscape, including new development, the destruction of neighborhood landmarks, and the... Read More >>


Jeremy Willis

Born in New Orleans, Jeremy’s academy style training led him to create his very first oil painting at the age of 12. At age 16, Jeremy was obsessed with Manet and Caravaggio. He received his MFA at The University of... Read More >>


Lucas Moran

Lucas was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and started his career covering the city in graffiti. At the age of 18, he started working with oils in his father's studio in Gowanus in the 90s when crack and hookers... Read More >>


Natale Adgnot

Natale has a background in fashion design and graphic design and brings a mixed media eye to her work. Her series Drawings in 3D and Minerals both play with repetition, form, shape and have a sculptural point of view. She... Read More >>


Sara Lynn Sterling

Sara Lynn Sterling is a Brooklyn-based artist. She grew up outside of Kansas City where she developed a passion for photography through art classes early on. Sara Lynn captures the subtle beauty in life’s everyday patterns and light’s ability to enhance... Read More >>


Sarah E. Brook

Sarah's arid sculptures and installations often combine mixed media textures such as sand paper, which fearlessly emerge from slashed canvases. Juxtaposed with subtle gradient washes, Sarah's relief sculptures explore the relationship between identity and the physicality of place. Her work... Read More >>


Spencer Merolla

Having a Bachelor of Arts in Religion, Spencer focuses her practice on the exploration of objects and materials that hold strong personal significance often connected to grief. By repurposing these materials, she transforms these items along with the meaning they... Read More >>


Susan Weinthaler

Susan makes “Bits”, which are small unique objects outfitted with a magnet on the back. They can exist as their own independent work of art, for they are really quite lovely all by themselves, but Bits are intended to be... Read More >>


TJ Volonis

We first met TJ at Gowanus Open Studios - showing his copper furniture and artwork. Intricately designed and with a geometric eye TJ creates bold functional art.

But don't be fooled by the strong geometric angular nature... Read More >>


William Suran

William Suran was born in Chicago in 1974. He lived there until attending the Kansas City Art Institute at age 18 where he studied painting, drawing and printmaking. Bill returned to Chicago and later moved to Brooklyn in 2003 where... Read More >>