• claudia_salguero

      Claudia Salguero

      Wednesday, 17 April 2013 19:37

      Painting stroke by stroke over my photographs I add by hand what the camera can’t capture: sounds, emotions and vibrations. My work is a magical combination of photography, digital and traditional art. claudiasalguero.com

    • Anna Lukasik-Fisch

      Anna Lukasik-Fisch

      Wednesday, 17 April 2013 19:34

      It’s a bit of a strange feeling to call my ironic themes “art.” I always feel my drawings are the opposite of the common ideas about what art should be. Opposite to the kind of serious art that is performed on a large format with expectations of what it has to express attached to it. […]

    • Alika-Kumar

      Alika Kumar

      Wednesday, 17 April 2013 19:28

      Freedom to express my creativity in a variety of ways has led to the creation of several series of abstract paintings. What unites my work is my unbridled passion for color. I work mostly with acrylics, as is efficient, yet flexible and challenging. Recent works have incorporated oil pastels. My style is unstructured, spontaneous and […]

    • Gabriela_culic_opt

      Gabriela Culic

      Tuesday, 26 February 2013 21:37

      The concept that underlies my paintings is related to the border between past and present. The gesture is essential. My approach creates a bridge over the gap between conceptual and gestural painting. If I should define the present, I would rather focus on its nonappearance. The present is the very negation of time, an abstract […]

    • Francis Sniffen

      Frances Sniffen

      Tuesday, 26 February 2013 21:15

      My work is conceived as an idea. I render the idea as an artistic tangible form.  My first step is to select a medium and format that best expresses it. Occasionally, I do research and time consuming experimentation before I proceed with a project.  All of my work is intuitive and abstract. local-artists.org

    • regina_miele

      Regina Miele

      Tuesday, 26 February 2013 21:05

      My artwork is rendered using traditional materials and techniques and visualizes landscapes and cityscapes on the cusp of change, either through gentrification and environmental changes.  They are all, in a sense, autobiographical.  Visualizations which are omnipresent in my day to day life and travels. reginamiele.com

    • Atle Berner

      Atle Berner

      Tuesday, 12 February 2013 16:41

      My name is Atle Berner Andersen and I have been painting since elementary school. When I turned 60 in 2009, after nearly 40 years as an art director and graphic designer, I decided it was time to do something else.  That is why I have opened a web gallery at galleriberner.no. The different themes in […]

    • Angelika Kahl

      Angelika Kahl

      Friday, 1 February 2013 20:00

      Painting is my inner home, my place for pondering fundamental questions, my opportunity to retreat into a place of silence and rest, where I regain vitality and energy. Through my art I hope and aim to inspire people to follow their own inner journeys. At an early age I dedicated herself to the art of […]

    • Maria Elvira Briatore

      Friday, 1 February 2013 19:47

      Maria Elvira Briatore was born in Mar del Plata, Argentina, in 1972. She studied painting in the workshops of Sara Garcia and Daniel Vidal Uriburu in Buenos Aires and at the Workshop del Prado, Madrid, Spain (1997 – 2000), and sculpture in the workshop of Antonio Oriana. mariaelvirabriatore.com.ar Image: Courtesy of the artist.

    • Sean-Conlon_opt

      Sean Conlon

      Wednesday, 2 January 2013 19:37

      A native of Kildare, Ireland, Seán began making art at a very early age. He was encouraged to draw and paint by his father who showed him the many great museums and galleries throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. In 1985 Seán travelled to the South of France to paint in Collioure, a famous artists colony.  […]

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