• Margret Zitterbayer

      Tuesday, 16 July 2013 18:21

      When I paint, I am so close to my core, so close to my true self, that I almost loose myself. I am entering a space that isn’t mine anymore. A small space, yet without limitation. This is where everything connects. Should I call it fantasy, or simply bliss, or joy? I don’t know. But […]

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      Anna Paola Pizzocaro

      Monday, 15 July 2013 20:38

      My work is a tale of a dream-like journey through reality and fantasy. In this parallel universe a man and a woman are involved in a “Journey-flood” where sea lions, flamingos, monkeys, pandas, polar bears and many other species are afraid to look around, immersed in a real world that is increasingly flooded by a […]

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      Peter Grundtner

      Monday, 15 July 2013 20:13

      I’m Peter Grundtner and I live in Austria. I paint in modern impressionism, colour expressionism and surrealism combined with my special inventions, mainly paintings with statue compositions and ‘picture-in-picture’ paintings. I’m a multimedia artist who also draw, write, photograph, and sculpt. The Dancing Shiva is a symbol for destroying and renewing the world in the wheel of time. In my work I try […]

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      Chris Harrison

      Monday, 15 July 2013 19:55

      My name is Chris Harrison I am an Australian woman who loves to travel around Australia and the world . I love to study and research, so my yearning for knowing the world has led me to many international art residencies including Nigeria, Turkey, I tally, and China, to name a few. I’ve obtained four […]

    • Yorgos Kypris

      Friday, 5 July 2013 21:54

      The largest group of my works, to which I have devoted myself exclusively for four years, is entitled “Fish”. It is constantly being enriched with newer pieces which parallel the other bodies of work. At first sight, these new bodies of work may seem totally different from one another as well as from the fish […]

    • Päivi Lappalainen

      Friday, 5 July 2013 21:04

      Although I am a ceramic artist, glass is an essential part of my sculptures. What fascinates me about glass is the way light penetrates the glass, how the rays travelling through the work make the colours shine and glow, and how the ever-changing light transforms the work. In my sculptures, ceramic forms the frame and […]

    • Herman Čater

      Friday, 5 July 2013 20:15

      I am  a landscape and portrait photographer. The collection showing an old man attracted the most attention in the world. With landscape photos I try to warn  people not to destry our beautiful planet. The story about the man tells about his last days. He was living alone in the mountains in a 200 year […]

    • Anna Carin Stein

      Friday, 5 July 2013 17:04

      I use Japanese paper and acrylic paints with various nice paper insert. A special tool for the acrylic paints. Also, a little black stretch-figure in all my artworks above my signature. All artworks are original. My paintings are influenced by travelling and different cultures. www.artacstein.com

    • Svetlana Dragojevic

      Wednesday, 3 July 2013 18:49

      For me as an artist, the city is a symbol where all reflections, experiences, and presumptions can be placed. As well as strong emotions, experienced identifications with cities control ways that the past affects the present or directly influences the future. Therefore, I create imaginary maps of different cities based upon precise places, focusing on the phenomenon […]

    • Christine McDonald

      Saturday, 29 June 2013 20:36

      Some of my work is inspired by the beautiful New Zealand where I grew up. The freedom to explore the great outdoors as a child gave me lots of creativity.I started in slip cast ceramics, teaching myself and using my visual spirit to take inspiration from the colours of the landscape of my native country. […]

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