• 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 […]

    • Milagros Melendez

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 15:20

        “It’s the uncertainties that allow for limitless potential of growth and understanding.“   Courtesy of the artist.   MILAGROS MELENDEZ www.milagrosart.com   My aim is to project the respect and wonder that each subject impresses on me. It’s the uncertainties that allow for limitless potential of growth and understanding.  And by accepting that this […]

    • Larisa Golubeva

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 15:13

        “I want my paintings to convey the anxiety of the modern world and eternal tenderness.“   Courtesy of the artist.   LARISA GOLUBEVA www.larisa-golubeva.com My work includes a special, original style indicating my strong, private inner world. I want my paintings to convey the anxiety of the modern world and eternal tenderness. Vibrations of […]

    • Konnie Laumer

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 15:06

        “ Like chocolate is to some, I crave working with metallic paint.“   Courtesy of the artist.   KONNIE LAUMER www.artbykonnie.com You can’t place my work into any one category as I love to mix it up to keep it fresh and diverse.  When I paint abstract paintings I tend to incorporate bold, bright, […]

    • Francesco Siclari

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 14:57

        “As a child I had an innate facility for painting“   Courtesy of the artist.   FRANCESCO SICLARI www.siclarifrancesco.com I was born in Campo Calabro (RC) July 2, 1940.  In 1952, my family moved to Piedmont, on the outskirts of Torino. As a child I had an innate facility for painting. I have always […]

    • Anne Darby Parker

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 14:46

        “It is my passion to capture and express the beauty and depth of the human spirit”   Courtesy of the artist.   ANNE DARBY PARKER HTTP://ANNEDARBYPARKER.BLOGSPOT.COM I am an award winning photographer and painter.  It is my passion to capture and express the beauty and depth of the human spirit, and I try to […]

    • Peter A. Cerutti

      Thursday, 10 May 2012 15:17

        “His vision reflects the complexities and promise of contemporary life“   Courtesy of the artist.   Peter A. Ceruttiwww.artnet.ch/cerutti Peter Cerutti is a physician-scientist of world renown. For his contributions to the molecular genetics of cancer and aging, he has received several international awards. Cutting short his scientific career, he received his second vocation […]

    • Monika Kiviniemi

      Thursday, 10 May 2012 15:11

        “In my painting, one of my main goals is to try to produce paintings that are simplified“   Courtesy of the artist.   Monika Kiviniemiwww.kiviniemi.se I am a contemporary painter and I often work in large-format abstract painting. I paint layer upon layer, working over, adding, reducing and removing. In my painting, one of […]

    • Lee Claremont

      Thursday, 10 May 2012 15:06

      Rhythm of The Woodland People Color speaks to me in an intimate language and we become one in the telling of my story. There is no doubt that my indigenous world view plays a large part in the explosive bursts of color within the world of my painting. It is my way of formulating the […]

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