• Fedor Alexeev: Abstracting St. Petersburg’s Landscape

      Wednesday, 22 February 2012 19:46

      urban geometrics “Only after this aesthetic decision-making is complete can Alexeev embark on the culmination of his process: a finished composition filled with space and color, its geometric tendencies subtly corresponding to those of St. Petersburg.”   Courtesy of the artist.   Fedor Alexeev: Abstracting St. Petersburg’s Landscape By: Jill Smith Fedor Alexeev is an […]

    • Davor Vukovic’s Captivating Color

      Wednesday, 22 February 2012 19:24

      essence of life “They are not objective, but emotional. They are reflections, memories and dreams combined with his reality. Like in his poems, he is seeking for the essence of life.” Courtesy of the artist.   DAVOR VUKOVIC’S CAPTIVATING COLOR BY ABRAHAM LUBELSKI Davor Vukovic’s paintings, like his personality are provocative, full of vigor and […]

    • Ahira Misa: Provocation of Color

      Wednesday, 22 February 2012 19:04

      vivacious abstractions “She leaves her abstractions up to the viewer’s eye and relies solely on the buzzing colors to communicate a narrative.”   Courtesy of the artist.   Ahira Misa: Provocation of Color Aihara Misa, born in Ibaraki-ken, a prefecture of Japan, after exhibiting all over Europe and Japan since the early 1970’s, has made […]

    • Beau Van Zyl: Under The African Sun

      Wednesday, 25 January 2012 18:26

      impressive landscapes “The way in which she takes on a modern interpretation of the country is something that has rarely been seen before.”   Courtesy of the artist.   BEAU VAN ZYL: UNDER THE AFRICAN SUN Under the heat of a gleaming sun animal’s fly, forage and charge in magnificent colors.  This is the visual […]

    • The Paper Collagist, George Sakkal

      Wednesday, 25 January 2012 17:16

      cognitive unconscious visualism “CUVISM is not simply another art movement. Sakkal defines it as a state of mind that we as humans have always possessed, a state of mind whose development has been refined by millions of years of evolution.”   George Sakkal, Syrian Massacre: Like Father Like Son, 1984, Paper Collage, 13′ H x […]

    • Erica Fromme: New Paintings

      Monday, 28 November 2011 17:35

      Thick, hot, and passionate. Erica Fromme, Happy Dolphin, 2011. 0.80 x 100 m. Acrylic on Canvas. Courtesy of the artist.   Erica Fromme:  New Paintings Rose Hobart Thick, hot, and passionate.  These are the words that come to mind when viewing Erica Fromme’s new paintings.  Painting in an abstract, yet semi-figurative manner, her works are […]

    • Loft in The Red Zone Review

      Tuesday, 20 September 2011 18:04

      What one notices though, is the way in which memory can contour even the most tragic events  “The theme is brought to the fore some 10 years later, when the dust has proverbially settled. What one notices though, is the way in which memory can contour even the most tragic events and transform them into […]

    • Kristina Stretkova, World of Light, Artist in Installation

      Kristina Sretkova: World of Light Review

      Tuesday, 20 September 2011 17:19

      By Rose Hobart As the New York art scene gears up for another season, international artist Kristina Sretkova prepares to grace the walls of Broadway Gallery, NYC in Soho with a new set of dazzling paintings. The show entitled, World of Light, showcases Sretkova’s most ambitious works to date. Each painting is wonderfully infused with […]

    • Personal Symbols, Universal Meaning

      Friday, 2 September 2011 21:15

      “the postmodern moment…”  “The most compelling aspect of Hans Andre’s work is his effective harnessing of the psychology of the postmodern moment and probing of what lurks underneath, concealed from the surface.” Hans Andre, Board of Directors, 2010. Acrylic and oil on canvas, 77x55cm. Courtesy of the artist. The loss of innocence is a common […]

    • Social Commentary: The Paintings of Marta Czok

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 17:30

      Each one of her paintings conveys a compelling story “Each one of her paintings conveys a compelling story that highlights singular moments of perception in a visually stunning fashion.” Marta Czok, Tank, 2010. Acrylic, graphite, India ink on canvas, 100cm x 200cm. Courtesy of the artist   Jill Smith Timelessness can be translated as the […]

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