• susanne demane

      Susanne Demane

      Tuesday, 14 August 2012 19:02

      The Women’s figure has always been a central point in my art. Through life she wears my secrets. The painting is my desire! Here and now and then The colour on the palette. The scent of fantasy and dreams The path of the brush on the easel. Movements that never have existed. And yet always there. Existing. […]

    • barbara-pissot

      Barbara Pissot

      Tuesday, 14 August 2012 18:58

        I am a native of Frankfurt/Main, Germany. After years in administrative jobs I moved to Switzerland where my passion for paintings increased rapidly. I develop my images based on spontaneous ideas as well as impressions. I prefer to use wipe metal, acryl structure paste, granit paint and metallic colors. This results in three-dimensional images that express […]

    • Maria Rosina Jaakkola

      Thursday, 2 August 2012 15:52

        “landscape architecture and fine art, are interwoven in the texture of my life.“     Courtesy of the artist. Maria Rosina Jaakkola www.mariarosina.fi My two careers, landscape architecture and fine art, are interwoven in the texture of my life. Landscape architecture has provided me with a way of combining my interest in nature and […]

    • luise_davis

      Luise Davis

      Thursday, 2 August 2012 15:30

      I’m an aquatic ecologist by profession and an artist for the pleasure of it. I’m fascinated by what happens—the blending and run-ins and echoing shapes—when water and pigment are poured an allowed to mix freely on the page.  The patterns that result are akin to the ever-changing patterns that I see in aquatic ecosystems. luisedavis.com

    • Alessandro Di Cola

      Thursday, 2 August 2012 15:26

        “My work presents an image imbued with the nuances of the infinite.“   Courtesy of the artist.   Alessandro Di Cola www.alessandrodicola.com   Like an old picture that has passed through the wallets of several generations, ripped, torn, and rebuilt, it still retains its essence, its aura. In the memory, in the history of […]

    • Tom Erik Andersen

      Tuesday, 24 July 2012 18:35

        “I see everything, I hear everything and it is my curse.“       Courtesy of the artist.   Tom Erik Andersen www.prolog.no   ” what you see is not what you get “ When I close my eyes I can see everything. And with closed eyes I enter into my inner universe, where […]

    • aud-irene-anderson

      Aud-Irene Andersen

      Tuesday, 24 July 2012 18:32

      My art work is contemporary, lively, and expresses faith, hope, and love. galleri-haap.com  

    • vishal_misra

      Vishal Misra

      Tuesday, 24 July 2012 18:01

      My process begins with a faithful realistic image, capturing the idea in form and flesh. Then I represent my internal conflict by attempting to make it abstract within the illusion of the figures. The lines symbolize echoes of the past, the present line of vision or the future desires – which resonate for all.  Figures threatening to […]

    • Lucienne Gürtner

      Tuesday, 24 July 2012 17:57

        Courtesy of the artist.     Lucienne Gürtner www.art-gallery-lucienne.com   My series of paintings with the lyrical title “Hidden Worlds Under Water” exudes amazing movment and sublime qualities. Selected and fixed collage elements on the substrata are alienated, painted over and revealed, like nature itself; always influenced by constant change during the process of […]

    • Gisela Isking

      Tuesday, 24 July 2012 16:18

      Courtesy of the artist.     Gisela Isking www.gisela-isking.com/   Einstein proved that the world has more than three dimensions. Yet even that was only the beginning of further exploration into space, time, energy and higher dimensions. Modern quantum physics now points to an infinitely-dimensional universe. As I have always looked at art as an […]

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