• Hans Bertschi

      Friday, 14 June 2013 17:47

      “My name is John Ford and I make Westerns”. Many western and thriller movies of his era are important sources of inspiration for me. Most of my portraits are “narrative” and are referring to cinematographic projections, close-up shots. I never ask people to pose but rather observe from a distance, waiting for the right “take”. […]

    • Jean-Philippe Roy

      Friday, 14 June 2013 17:34

      The aesthetic of industrial use of metal has always fascinated me. I like the idea of blending the destructive, strong, resistant, powerful, sides of industrial pieces and machinery with the more emotional and aesthetic purpose of art. It is like absurd creations of robust and indestructible (even destructive) objects in contrast with the cheaper ones we […]

    • Douglas Lyell

      Friday, 14 June 2013 17:24

        The sea is a mirror of the human unconscious. When I paint the sea, I channel the spirits that come to me from the Ocean, and from Atlantis. I am irresistibly drawn to the sea, and on stormy nights I hear “an mordros”, the sound of the sea from my bedroom window. I believe […]

    • Ewa Banas

      Friday, 14 June 2013 17:08

      In my art I would like to depict the best that I can the beauty of the world wonderfully made for us by our Creator. I can see this beauty everywhere—in a smile of a small child, in a bouquet of the wild flowers, in the shady forests and peaceful waters of the lakes, on […]

    • Yuria Okamura

      Wednesday, 29 May 2013 20:21

      Through my work, I explore the duality and the unity of physical and metaphysical worlds. I make an inquiry into the meaning of our existence from different perspectives including animist beliefs, religion, spirituality, and science. I incorporate images inspired by religious architecture, animal totems, landscapes, scientific illustrations, and geometric shapes; through which I aim to […]

    • Martin Pawera

      Wednesday, 29 May 2013 19:43

      I think that from the very beginning of my painting I was interested in people, in all of them milling around. I liked looking into their faces, trying to read them like in the books I’ve always loved. It’s just like one poet and journalist wrote about me and my work – I’m a painter […]

    • Bente Helmersen

      Wednesday, 29 May 2013 19:00

      My watercolor paintings are a combination of floating pigments and strict, more solid elements. The light atmosphere this creates exposes my mindset of the changing light in the landscape of the Lofoten Islands in Norway, where I was born and grew up. In wintertime there is almost no daylight, But the light that is left […]

    • Dariusz Mlącki

      Monday, 20 May 2013 16:20

      My art is clearly contemplative in nature. I paint on canvas, timber boards, and cork sheets. I make sculpted objects using string, or make spatial and  illusive painting objects. The array of colors is quite limited to various shades of white, grey, black, or brown. As an artist, I oscillate on the border between a […]

    • Jenny Gravestam

      Wednesday, 24 April 2013 09:45

        Street Fusion came to life in 2010. A colorful explosion with an urban street feeling, this piece was inspired by old school funk music and street art. My aim is to make people feel happy while enjoying my art. Enjoy color, enjoy life! www.gravestam.com 

    • Simon Jones

      Thursday, 18 April 2013 20:58

      My painting is about conjuring up layered views. Painting is one of the most complex and expressive visual forms.   The method of application itself demands revision through contemplation – colours being mixed, loaded onto brushes and marks being made. I use colour as a celebration and for accessing something beyond the rational.  It is the […]

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