• Barrese Franco

      Wednesday, 18 September 2013 21:02

      There’s a sigh of poetry in the painting of Franco Barrese with unmistakable symbols of his soul. in Barrese’s pictures, John Lennon and his symbolic song “Imagine” become emotions to explore, to contemplate utopia and cultivate hope. His colors have a way of going  straight to the heart, where everything is clear and nothing is […]

    • Bastide d’Izard Armelle

      Wednesday, 18 September 2013 20:53

      A painter in love with light, beauty, good and just, Armelle Bastide D’Izard paints life. From her ladies in hats, to her farmers market scenes and landscapes of South of France, all her paintings vibrate. In her abstractions, she paints the world from within, bringing an initiatory journey to a hedonistic and positive spirituality. It […]

    • Marie-Anne Grandmont

      Wednesday, 18 September 2013 20:47

      Oscillating between techniques in the past has led me to combine traditional art with more modern techniques, creating the mixed media found today in my artwork. Art being the freedom of expression of the soul, I hope to express my profound and intense nature by the contrasts and intensity of my colors. I wish to […]

    • Christel Schmidt

      Wednesday, 18 September 2013 20:41

      I like to work with a brush, spatula, and my fingers. All the three paintings are made in this way. The base is of acrylic, above that I have worked with oil. I wanted to show my feelings in the art works, to mediate the danger and beauty of the mountains, and the love of […]

    • Thomas Koch

      Tuesday, 3 September 2013 14:46

      See the world through my eyes… People always had a basic need to create things for several motivations and reasons. Things that still exist today communicate the past – messages about nations, special places, events or relationships. They are signs from the past that tell us stories, whether real, fictional, or even of spiritual encounters. […]

    • Angela Keller

      Friday, 23 August 2013 15:07

      I was born in Switzerland and have lived in Italy since 1984. In 1999 I started to show my paintings in exhibitions held in Italian cities such as Turin, Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice, and several others. According to art critics my works have a strong evocative power, sometimes recalling detached frescos, maybe due to my […]

    • András Mengyán

      Tuesday, 20 August 2013 18:31

      The presented work displays an example of “Visual Space Polyphony” I’m working with.  The basic question to consider in this respect is how something like a form changes when it is placed from one reference system into another, and what are the resulting visual interactions connected to the change itself. When, say, a form moves […]

    • Jack Jasper

      Tuesday, 20 August 2013 18:18

      My art is relational. I have always been fascinated by creation myths and I perceive the universe as having evolved from one catastrophic event. From one point, everything emerges, with the best scenarios trying to rush to completion. I’m drawn to experimenting with combinations of elements, sometimes alluding to air, earth, fire, and water. I […]

    • Sabine Schulz

      Friday, 16 August 2013 22:02

      My abstract works arise powerful and expressive in thoughtless painting. The perspective of my mosaic-type arrangement of shapes imparts depth to the paintings and draws the eye to the very center of the picture. These windows seem to keep gloomy secrets. kunstmalerei-schulz.de          

    • Andreas Kuhn

      Thursday, 15 August 2013 18:23

      They surround everyone of us everyday yet still we are rarely perceptive. Visual jewels, usually devoid of humans, a mixture of pattern, color and material. Fluke acts a certain part, things appear or are swallowed by light, a different angle brings to light surprises. Harmony as well as dysphoria exist utterly equitable, and every so […]

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