• Elinor Carleton-Smith

      Tuesday, 24 July 2012 16:16

      Courtesy of the artist.     www.elinor.co.za   My interest is in color and tone and I paint still life and landscapes in oil-using brushes and palette knife.  I studied for four years at the Heatherley School of Art in London during the 1960’s; since then, I’ve had solo and mixed exhibitions in London and […]

    • Inger Dillan Antonsen

      Tuesday, 10 July 2012 18:24

        Courtesy of the artist. www.ingerdillan.net My art is, for the most part, about music and dance as abstract ideas, in the form of colored compositions. Instead of figurative representations, I choose a more personal approach.  

    • Marissa Calbet

      Tuesday, 10 July 2012 18:19

        Courtesy of the artist. Marissa Calbet www.marissacalbet.com In my work we can perceive personal experiences and landscapes, transformed by the influence of my emotions, into a personal perception of colors and textures. With a special focus on oil, either with a brush or spatula, my pictures discover sailboats captured in the fog, boats that […]

    • Jean Luc Mauger

      Thursday, 5 July 2012 15:47

        I have been enticed by landscape paintings for over 30 years. My palette is vibrant and unique and my pieces are imbued with life and passion. Very close to nature, I seek to do better than to paint a simple landscape, I want to evoke the winding of a grove or the wave of […]

    • Bruno Maximus

      Bruno Maximus

      Thursday, 21 June 2012 16:09

      I’ve been working as a full-time artist for over 20 years.  I’ve exhibited around the world in over 90 exhibitions, with many works in various publications. brunomaximus.net *** This article was published by NY Arts Magazine, 2011. NY Arts Magazine is published by Abraham Lubelski. Sponsored by Broadway Gallery, NYC and World Art Media.

    • Ola Öhlin

      Thursday, 21 June 2012 15:39

        “ the picture comes to me almost like magic“   Courtesy of the artist.   Ola Öhlin www.olaohlin.se Ola Öhlin’s working process is filled with drudgery, pain and permanent loss before the painting reaches through. He has to denounce the virtuoso and there is no mercy and no short cuts. In fortunate moments of […]

    • Blandine De La Motte

      Monday, 11 June 2012 20:37

          “ between the human being and the savageness.”   Courtesy of the artist.   Blandine De La Mottewww.blandinedelamotte.com I was born in 1977 and graduated from the National Fine Arts Academy (iParis).  Afterward, I worked for the Faculty of Medicine in the department of anatomy and dissection, as well as for the Museum of […]

    • Bruce Edelstein

      Thursday, 7 June 2012 20:33

        “Just as life creates meaning out of mishaps, so these sculptures relate to the accidental quality of life“   Courtesy of the artist. BRUCE EDELSTEIN The ceramic sculptures in my current collection of work are composed of structural elements that appear dissonant in style and yet unified in function.  Just as life creates meaning […]

    • Stephane Lejeune

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 15:35

        “I’m always in search of the ideal boundary“   Courtesy of the artist.   STEPHANE LEJEUNE www.stephane-lejeune.be As for style, I have a personal signature, which in my work, finds its power halfway between realism and pure abstraction. I’m always in search of the ideal boundary, in my judgment, that boundary can pass as […]

    • Shelley Hall

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 15:28

        “my aim is to not only capture the feeling and mood of the landscape, but to interpret it“   Courtesy of the artist.   SHELLEY HALL www.shelleymaree.com My latest artwork is a direct response to the Australian landscape.  Inspired by the spirit of the Australian bush, my aim is to not only capture the […]

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