• Jirina Nazzani

      Friday, 28 June 2013 19:02

      Unfortunately, the high-quality photograph can’t display the distinguishing feature in my work. The circles which filled all the works are holes in the canvas. This can disadvantage the viewer’s first impression when looking the works. The sense of the “BEYOND THE APPEARANCE” collection means the gaze has to cross the craters and it is forced […]

    • Solange Nourry

      Friday, 28 June 2013 16:55

      I have painted in watercolor for over 10 years. My greatest achievements are born with spots of color (pigment) deposited into wet paper. The quantities of water and pigments used, along with my inclinations and my emotions all affect the results. I challenge myself to imagine or see what I will do with this fusion of colors before […]

    • Gigi Rigamonti

      Thursday, 27 June 2013 16:36

      It has been said that every work of art has an autobiographical feature. Somehow–more or less obvious–the artwork reflects the character of its creator. My three-dimensional works are polyhedral: expression of a free agreement between geometric severity and creative freedom. There are unknown virtues that contribute to recognizing an alchemy between two far and at […]

    • Vanessa Aves

      Thursday, 27 June 2013 14:48

      Merging literature and visual art act as the catalyst for creating my autobiography, Pendulum.  The story journeys through irrational thoughts of self-inflicted pain as each segment explores the different abnormalities inherent in the rampant stages of what is to be bi-polar.  Each self-portrait and abstraction carries facets that create entirely different tones.  The fluctuation in […]

    • Claudia Luthi’s Travel Report from NYC

      Tuesday, 25 June 2013 18:10

      On June 13, 2013 at 10 AM, I started my journey on an American Airlines flight to New York. I had a seat by the window, and the place next to mine was free so it made for a very comfortable trip. I flew right over the Nordkapp. It was a comfortable flight and there […]

    • Astrid Jacobs

      Thursday, 20 June 2013 18:43

      I studied at the Art Academy in Hamburg, Germany. I’ve always loved art, music and, dance. When I capture joyful and moving moments of life in my pictures I mix the shining colors of my art according to these moments. For me there is a parallel between the harmony of colors and harmony of musical […]

    • Young-Ae Yi

      Wednesday, 19 June 2013 20:54

      My artistic inspiration comes from Hermes, the Greek mythical god who plays the role of messenger. My work features diverse symbols. Among these, horses symbolize a messenger who conveys a message. I want to engender power and energy inside modern people through these horses. Vivid, luscious colors, tones, and images are the symbolized messages which the artist […]

    • Ajay Narayan

      Monday, 17 June 2013 16:56

      My photos are my world as I see it. They are the moments which I capture as my own expressions. They are full of forms, colors and depth. My photos are inspired by the fascination of nature enriching our lives in all its forms. I am happy to catch these moments to marvel and share […]

    • Mamuka Mikeladze

      Monday, 17 June 2013 14:26

      My art is based on good will and harmony. The concern about disharmony and inhumanity in the world is a source of constant inspiration in my work. The information I receive from mythology, the Bible and everyday reality become the spiritual instruments in my mind, the material for mental observation. MY rhythmical fantasies and discoveries […]

    • Ursi Spaltenstein

      Friday, 14 June 2013 18:05

      Every time when I start to create a painting, I already have a concrete idea in my mind. What is going to happen? I am not making the painting, the painting is creating me! The result is – without surprise – definitely different. All the paintings, which were done this way, became my favorites. It […]

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