• Lars Kesseler

      Monday, 12 August 2013 21:43

      For more than 25 years, my life has been filled with graffiti and street-art, which should brighten up the public areas and beautify grey walls. To follow my passion, I need some spray-cans and a piece of wall or canvas. My work connects figurative characters with detailed graphic elements in the background. The longer you look at one […]

    • Banu Inanc Uyan Dur

      Friday, 9 August 2013 17:48

      In my designs, I mostly inspired with the cultural environment that I have been. The geography I live has a rich historical past, which has been host to many different cultures for centuries. Legends, laments, tales, belief systems, and tragedies are still part of our lives. Endless fights and political games are normal for the […]

    • Shawn Morrel

      Thursday, 8 August 2013 19:08

      My work is inspired by the aesthetics of the Art Deco and Cubism movements, and pays close attention to shape. The “Urban Moment” collection focuses on people in everyday urban settings around the world. Celebrating the beauty of multiculturalism has led to a diverse following of the series. shawnmorrel.com

    • Sophia Rein

      Monday, 29 July 2013 18:28

      My work reflects emotion and passion for life and for different cultures. I was born in Paris grew up between Munich and the south of France. I now live in Luxembourg and I’m fascinated by New York and Singapore. My Italian heritage loves to express itself with a balance between the effect of strong painting knife […]

    • Luc Reichert

      Wednesday, 24 July 2013 18:07

      My first steps are applying watercolor paints and pastel, then I use an abstract style in oil and acrylic. After living a few years in the abstract world, I began to be disgusted by huge global abstract productions. My style now is very much trivial or primitive.  I adore letting off steam and creating a […]

    • Julie Ann Stevens

      Wednesday, 24 July 2013 17:46

      I write poetry with watercolor, mixing the presence of light and shadows with unpredictable patterns and layers of vivid colors. The definition of a sacrament—an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace—describes my artwork, why I make it and what I hope it stirs in others. julieannstevens.com

    • Soli Madsen

      Tuesday, 23 July 2013 18:59

      I am a painter and a gallery owner. I used to live in Paris, but now I have a gallery in Denmark. My works have a poetic beauty, sensitivity, imagination, spirituality, and energy. I am one of a kind, my paintings are very much in movement, but also contain soft but powerful lines that meet […]

    • Rosy Lofer

      Tuesday, 23 July 2013 18:42

      Creating each painting brings to me an incredible feeling of peace, tranquility, and positive energy. I believe these are the emotions others feel when they look at my paintings. rosylofer.com

    • Image courtesy of the artist.

      Commission Free: The work of Ewa Banas

      Friday, 19 July 2013 21:12

      Ewa Banas, Irises, 2013. Pastel on paper, 37 x 24.5 in. Minimum bid: $3500  For a limited time only! Two of Long Island artist Ewa Banas‘ works are available for purchase through Broadway Gallery. Ewa is a self taught artist whose dedication to her craft has been delicately cultivated through countless hours spent painting and drawing […]

    • Maria Bech Jensen

      Friday, 19 July 2013 18:01

      My work is a series of relations, between the day-by-day life, my own memories, history, and irony. In the works, the audience is brought through a world where obscene and the impure are put on display,arranged in a paradoxical and surreal make-believe world. Usually everything is installed together, combining different medias, such as painting, graphic printing, and […]

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