• erwin_wuk

      Erwin Wuk

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:58

      My artwork relies on the realm of vision and I see it as a sacred mission and source of my creative force and imagination. It gives meaning to my life – it is fulfilling and satisfying. I create my paintings as a service to the supernatural presence and as an offering of healing, insight, and […]

    • Christine_Mcdonald

      Christine McDonald

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:54

      The painting is inspired by the music of Lucinda Williams, the American singer. The flow of paint goes with the sound of the lyrics in that both sound and color are intertwined. cmdart.com.au *** This article was published by NY Arts Magazine, 2011. NY Arts Magazine is published by Abraham Lubelski. Sponsored by Broadway Gallery, […]

    • waltraud_kunst

      Waltraud Kunz

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:51

      In my artwork I seek a way to give expression to my subjective experience. All pictures are a wrestle with the essential nature of the human being, both as an individual and as part of the masses. They are an invitation to embark on a journey into the INNER-SELF that can enable the viewer to […]

    • raymond_quenneville

      Raymond Quenneville

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:42

      I use the traditional oil painting techniques, starting with fine layers of diluted paint and ending by brushing on a final application of pure oil. I like to pay attention to values and colours in order to create the impression of a haze in the background, while working intense light effects in the foreground. I […]

    • kristiansbrekte_opt

      Kristians Brekte

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:38

      Painting Time Waits For No One is a symbolic work that shows the human struggle with mortality and never-ending youth. If you choose to live your life in fear of death to come, you may be dead already. This painting displays the scene which is so often shown in television and magazines; stories of perfectly […]

    • joy_moore

      Joy Moore

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:30

      I am primarily a landscape painter. My work is about my response to the colour, space, and light in the landscape. I aim to paint the power and the spirit of the landscape, not the view of it. I am inspired by the dominance of nature over man: found in the drama of my nearby […]

    • john_christie

      John Christie

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:12

      As long as humanity breathes, art grows in new directions. Art is a necessary element for the cultural development of man. I am considered a skilled creator, but being a master means devotion to the origin of spirit and through art, bridge the gap between this world and eternity. That is the reason why painting seems to […]

    • diana_chelaru

      Diana Chelaru

      Tuesday, 16 October 2012 05:00

      In my work, I always emphasize the color as a significant and unifying element. I try to find a delicate balance between reality and ideas, combining elements of the real world with new, imagined techniques. dianachelaru.com *** This article was published by NY Arts Magazine, 2011. NY Arts Magazine is published by Abraham Lubelski. Sponsored […]

    • Tusif Ahmad

      Tuesday, 11 September 2012 19:40

        “Each delicately hand-cut artwork is from a single sheet of paper, some time I use more than one piece.”   Courtesy of the artist.   Courtesy of the artist. Tusif Ahmad   www.tusifahmad.com   My unique style presents classic art rendered in the traditional folk-art of paper-cutting or ‘psaligraphy’ which evolved in China 2000 […]

    • peggy_zehring

      Peggy Zehring

      Tuesday, 11 September 2012 19:37

      For years, I have traveled many continents in search of universal visual truths from which to formulate a global unity of forms and symbols. As a result of my search, I use the ratios of irrational numbers such as the Golden Mean Proportion as an underlying architecture to my work.  I use simple shapes and […]

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