• Laura Moore

      Monday, 28 March 2011 01:11

      Laura Moore creates work with an intimate understanding of the materiality.     Laura Moore creates work with an intimate understanding of the materiality.  Using stone, wood, and drawing she pushes the boundary between sculpture and environment.  Her thoughtful pieces cause us to reflect on our physical embodiment of the space around us.  Collectively, her […]

    • Claire Phipps

      Monday, 28 March 2011 01:01

      Bold colors and graphic black line-work cascade across the canvas Bonnie Gloris Bold colors and graphic black line-work cascade across the canvas, defining forms at once supple and sculptural. Figures breathe life and movement as they create startlingly emphatic compositons. With sinuous lines, animals and people are frozen within moments of sublime intensity and spirit. […]

    • Yolanda Sousa

      Thursday, 3 March 2011 09:01

      I don’t paint pretty pictures. I paint what makes me feel pretty within.   Yolanda  Sousa Kammermeier The canvas to me is a friend, with whom I am totally free, with whom I am “me”. With my canvas I share my very special moments, feelings, desires; moments of sadness and despair, of longing, of needing, […]

    • Claire Szalay Phipps

      Thursday, 3 March 2011 08:37

      Each painting is a venture into a new territory; a surrender to a creative process that springs from an instinctual source. Claire Phipps,  Face Off, 2010. Acrylic on canvas mounted on board. Courtesy of the artist.  Claire Szalay Phipps Having received most of her artistic training from her father, a master of pen and ink, […]

    • Kristina Garon

      Wednesday, 2 March 2011 09:52

      I never looked for my style. It came to me.     I never looked for my style. It came to me. I believe that the only one way to develop a style is to continue to work. Thinking about style instead of being engaged in the creative process is artificial.   My paintings have […]

    • Juan C. Lopez

      Monday, 28 February 2011 23:06

      “The stories of my subjects are often interchangeable with my own story.” The purpose of my ongoing project of work is to bring the inspiration I get from great art masters into my studio in a meaningful way, providing a deeper experience of my humanity, as well as the humanity of others. The current focus […]

    • Alexander Dimitrov

      Friday, 25 February 2011 18:15

      Alexander Dimitrov was born in Rousse, Bulgaria. Alexander Dimitrov was born in Rousse, Bulgaria. By the age of 15, he had completed his studies with the famous Bulgarian artists Kiril Stanchev. He is a graduate from the Institute for Aesthetical Design in Bulgaria. Alexander paints in oil on canvas and mural of any sizes and […]

    • Mariana Cornea

      Thursday, 10 February 2011 19:12

      Mariana Cornea’s body of work covers a broad breath of avenues exploring an expressive, emotional motive. Producing a wide range of approaches compositionally, Mariana Cornea’s body of work covers a broad breath of avenues exploring an expressive, emotional motive. Incorporating actual objects and a representational perspective in some of her pieces, Cornea depicts moments of […]

    • Francisco García Burgos

      Thursday, 27 January 2011 21:29

      Francisco García Burgos is a painter native of Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico. Francisco García Burgos is a painter native of Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico.  He received his Master’s of Arts at the Catholic University of Puerto Rico.  His works are found in innumerable private and public collections in Puerto Rico and other countries. He has […]

    • Noreen Larinde

      Tuesday, 4 January 2011 21:38

      My images employ a woman, a particular setting, and a flower, elements deriving from the Japanese aesthetic of Yugen My images employ a woman, a particular setting, and a flower, elements deriving from the Japanese aesthetic of Yugen, which forms the basis of the Zen drama called Noh, a highly symbolic and religious drama. According to this […]

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