• 8134aa012a78bad5f0f9caffdc175b70dbab816b


      Friday, 14 December 2012 17:07

      I am a professional artist and I found a love of drawing when I was only 6 years old and my love of art continues to this very day! My styles range in many directions, but I have to admit that acrylic painting is my favorite. I enjoy painting flowers and landscapes. One day while […]

    • inge mair

      Inge Mair

      Friday, 14 December 2012 17:03

      I was born in Wiener Neustadt/ Austria on April 19, 1959. Having always had a great interest in art, I started painting early in life. I attended several art classes and travelled a lot around the world; all the while my interest in painting and knowledge about art was increasing over the years. I soon […]

    • Anne Lise Kaaby

      Friday, 14 December 2012 16:58

          Courtesy of the artist. Anne Lise Kaaby annelisekaaby.com I work in layers of paint and collage to create interesting surface textures.  I want to encourage the viewer to pay attention to and to explore several levels of this process.   Courtesy of the artist. I often start my work by drawing everyday objects […]

    • Alessandro_tognin

      Alessandro Tognin

      Tuesday, 11 December 2012 17:32

      My paintings depict a variety of expressions and traits that reflect the wonders of the world around us. They are imbued with a creative sensitivity reminiscent of a budding Spring flower. I use primary colors to convey a pure natural state, and though the colors may be naive they imbibe the canvases with a bold […]

    • Claudia Lüthi

      Friday, 30 November 2012 20:50

      I want to give the paintings and drawings a soul and a life. Most people tell me that the animals on my paintings really look at the people. So my personal goal for my art is that the people not only look at the paintings but they smell the woods, or they hear the hoofs […]

    • joelle kem lika

      Joëlle Kem Lika

      Friday, 30 November 2012 20:46

      Because I hope to convey both speed and precision, I use materials that dry quickly and force me to work fast, such as colored and Indian inks, water colors and acrylics. I surf with the paints like a surfer expresses her talent in an exuberant instant on the face of a wave. Like her, I […]

    • dirk-beckedorf

      Dirk Beckedorf

      Wednesday, 14 November 2012 18:02

      I am thrilled by the elementary forces of nature: streaming water, vast land spaces, majestic mountains, and the passion of fire. Under the microscope I found in our body cells very similar structures like out in nature. While diving in the ocean I found cell-like structures very similar to those in our body. Painting for me […]

    • Luisa_Jacobacci

      Luisa Jacobacci

      Wednesday, 14 November 2012 17:53

      When people see my works they wonder if my works are paintings or sculptures: well they are both. The public loves my art because it is eclectic.  Every time is different.  I take inspiration from everyday life to get at surreal situations, I feel my instinct and I empathize with the moment, that’s why my […]

    • dieter_borst

      Dieter Borst

      Wednesday, 14 November 2012 17:43

      Dieter Borst reduces the seen, the experienced, and the lived to a minimum. All disruptive attachments or decor, which could divert the viewer’s attention from the essential focus, are omitted. Bodies are broken up. Elements, stripped down to their basic forms, are then recompiled so that they can be perceived as an abstracting memory of […]

    • Hye Ja Moon

      Wednesday, 14 November 2012 17:32

      In order to harmonize shapes and colors with narrative drawings on canvas, I paint using my personal techniques such as gap-opening, rainbow pattern, and scratch in reverse order. That is, I paint a color of light first and draw with feeling derived from the music I listen while working. Musical parts (composition and storytelling) are […]

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