• Grégoire Devin: Street To Canvas

      Tuesday, 23 October 2012 19:43

      innovative experimentation   Grégoire Devin, Go Play a Video Game, 2012.  120 x 150 cm, Mixed media. Grégoire Devin: Street To Canvas By Paul Gost Grégoire Devin, an up and coming 34 year old French artist, brilliantly evokes mental, urban ideas through his paintings.  While using street art as a base, Devin integrates concepts and […]

    • Maria Jaakkola: Captivating Watercolors

      Tuesday, 23 October 2012 18:26

      By Jill Smith   Neo-Impressionistic art is something that is very difficult to master; as opposed to painting something the way that you see it, the way it appears in nature. The artist, instead of simply rendering a representational image, imbues personal feelings in relation to a given subject. This becomes more complex as one […]

    • Jean-Marc Schwaller: Evoking The Nature Around And Within

      Tuesday, 23 October 2012 18:03

      By Allison A Van Spankeren While not a figurative painter in the traditional sense, Swiss artist Jean-Marc Schwaller gives attention and emphasis to the tangible world, as his work often focuses on the abstraction of nature.  Schwaller brilliantly transforms realistic subjects, such as water gardens and landscapes, into visceral compilations of light and color. Schwaller […]

    • Alessandro Di Cola

      Tuesday, 23 October 2012 16:17

      sutured images   courtesy of the artist Alessandro Di Cola: Sutured Images By Paul Gost Alessandro Di Cola is an artist whose work captures memory, color and imagination and stitches it into a sublime moment for all eternity.  Since his graduation from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, the Italian painter and sculptor has […]

    • Layered Language: The Paintings of Mark Moffett

      Wednesday, 17 October 2012 17:44

      By Rose Hobart Layered, transparent, mesmerizing—these are the qualities that are most present in Mark Moffett’s new encaustic paintings. Recently showing at Broadway Gallery, NYC, Moffett’s paintings are some of the most challenging pieces on view as they navigate the line between figuration and abstraction. The three pieces being exhibited are built up, glaze upon […]

    • Michael Rossiter’s Surreal Vision

      Monday, 27 August 2012 16:36

      surreal vision “By paying close attention to delineated space and common images placed in extreme settings, Rossiter creates a new symbolic language of intimate relationships.” Michael Rossiter, Pathways, 2012. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist.   Michael Rossiter’s Surreal Vision By Rose Hobart Michael Rossiter’s painting style is wholly original and unique.  Painting landscapes, […]

    • Inger Dillan Antonsen: Tonal Range

      Tuesday, 7 August 2012 17:43

      mixed media artist “There is much freedom in her brushstrokes, allowing the paint to roam, as if it has a mind of its own.” Inger Dillan Antonsen, Reaching Out. Courtesy of the artist.   Inger Dillan Antonsen: Tonal Range By Jill Smith Inger Dillan Antonsen’s works are abstract impressionist pieces, with a focus on lyrical […]

    • Margaretha Gubernale’s Narrative

      Tuesday, 7 August 2012 17:26

      romantic inspired “The work, permeated by a dark royal blue, evokes an uneasy serenity; like the way one might feel in an empty field or expanse of water in the middle of the night.” Margaretha Gubernale, The Siren. Courtesy of the artist.   The Siren Together with my sisterI played on a rocksurrounded by water.We […]

    • Fresh Blood at Mason Murer

      Monday, 23 July 2012 18:49

      The Mason Murer Gallery showcases the work of Atlanta’s upcoming talent. “ Inevitably some works stand out more than others in such an immense show, but a unique level of maturity and engagement with the audience is visible throughout—qualities often lacking in graduate work ” Courtesy of the artist Julie Sharpe. Fresh Blood at the […]

    • Manuella Muerner Marioni: Challenging The Viewer To Confront Himself

      Wednesday, 27 June 2012 16:42

        “This stunning, bedazzled work conjures up references to the body and the celestial sphere, prompting us to consider transcendent states of mind” Manuella Muerner Marioni, Torso Gold, 2010. Mixed media sculpture, 20 x 8 x 12 in. Courtesy of the artist.   MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI: CHALLENGING THE VIEWER TO CONFRONT HIMSELF By Rose Hobart […]

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