In the spirit of farming, Eric E. Anderson describes himself as ‘corn-fed’. Originally a Midwesterner, Eric was born and raised in the suburbs of Kansas City, Missouri. After time spent canvassing the Arizona desert and beaches of California, he settled in Brooklyn, New York and began collaborating with FBFA in 2008.

Always with his camera, Eric doesn’t miss a moment on the streets of NYC. From architecture and street scenes to candid portraits of fashionable and city-worn New Yorkers, nobody escapes Eric’s gaze. His photography has a spacious and breathable quality, as though he might be subtly recreating the vast, pastoral landscapes of his childhood state or time in the desert. There is chaos and clutter, but there is also structure and expanse. Mark Twain once said “Make your mark in New York and you are a made man”; our team thinks Eric has done just that.

"Make your mark in New York and you are a made man" - Mark Twain
"Make your mark in New York and you are a made man" - Mark Twain

At Farmboy Fine Arts, Daniel Henrik Hogal is known as the artist who keeps us on our toes. The Hungarian-born artist signed on to FBFA as a novice photographer; while working as a skilled acrobat, Daniel used photography to document his travels across Europe. This multidisciplinary mindset suits Daniel’s vibrant personality and provides him with different outlets to explore his creativity. Daniel’s creative evolution has seen him relocate to London, where he now works with well-known brands as a Graphic Designer.

Daniel’s most recent submission to FBFA is a collection of digital illustrations. Expecting to see photography, we are pleasantly surprised to find Daniel’s latest experiments in drawing. Our team is constantly drawn to his vibrant and whimsical approach to object and pattern, and think you will be, too.

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"It was great to realize that there was a whole lot more out there in the world and also within myself" - Daniel Henrik Hogal
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"It was great to realize that there was a whole lot more out there in the world and also within myself" - Daniel Henrik Hogal

Lukia Costello is a photographer with a natural inclination toward the arts and an interest in the humanities. Born and based in Buffalo, NY, Lukia dabbled in photography as a teenager but didn’t pursue it until later in life. As a university graduate with a BA in International Studies, she purchased her first professional camera. Since then, she has been able to bring both disciplines together in personal and client projects, finding success in the non-profit, film, theater, and fine art markets.

Lukia began her relationship with FBFA back in 2005. Our curator was drawn to her pragmatic yet experimental portfolio. With an honest approach to her subjects, Lukia shoots the world as is. Her strength exists in being present in the moment, and this collection shows some of our favorite moments.

"There is no limit to the beauty of this world if you are able to move through it with your eyes and heart open." - Lukia Costello
"There is no limit to the beauty of this world if you are able to move through it with your eyes and heart open." - Lukia Costello