• Frederico Domondon

      Thursday, 29 September 2011 22:35

        “Artistically, I am inspired by my daily interaction with nature, places and people.”   Courtesy of the artist. Frederico Domondon www.domondon.com Artistically, I am inspired by my daily interaction with nature, places and people. From there, I transpire my vision onto canvas with bright, beautiful colors and whatever comes to my imagination. I want […]

    • Christine Seghers

      Thursday, 29 September 2011 22:28

        “The vague line between air and earth, water and clouds and the strength they involve, fascinates me.”   Courtesy of the artist. Christine Seghers www.cseghers.com It is my aim to create in works on paper or on canvas, landscapes in which the experience of space and the influence and force of the elements on […]

    • Beau Van Zyl

      Thursday, 29 September 2011 22:08

        “The running zebra was painted on a very textured background.”   Courtesy of the artist. Beau Van Zyl www.beauvzyl.co.za The running zebra was painted on a very textured background. The free application of dark and light colors was used to create the illusion of the zebras.

    • Jorgen Jolo Lovgret

      Thursday, 29 September 2011 21:58

        “It is a story, a view more than a landscape.” Courtesy of the artist. Jorgen Jolo Lovgret www.lovgret.com I have lived and worked with my paintings in the Southern part of France for 10 years. The total painting shows my impression of the landscape where the roads and paths connect the communities. It is […]

    • Bad Brilliance

      Friday, 23 September 2011 18:38

        “Andrew has gone against his own fully realized aesthetic and has developed an extremely graphic exoskeleton.”   Image courtesy of the artist.   Bad Brilliance in MiamiAndrew Strasser Growing up in Brazil, Andrew Strasser witnessed the extreme jealousy of American media and products by the Brazilian people, especially throughout the 1980’s in the midst […]

    • AmbosS

      Thursday, 22 September 2011 17:21

        “I’m not real and yet I exist. I live in my own world.”     Courtesy of the artist. AmbosS www.amboss-artist.ch My name is AmbosS aka Steve Zaugg. In my surreal and symbolist paintings I convey messages, messages that are not easily understood by everyone. Sometimes they are thought-provoking messages, messages that frighten. This […]

    • Shikyba Azizi

      Thursday, 22 September 2011 17:10

        “My work attempts to address issues relating to the tyranny of war and can be seen as a metaphor for eternal conflict and resistance.”   Courtesy of the artist. Shikyba Azizi www.artslant.com/global/artists/show/62592-shikyba-azizi Through my work, I try to reflect events experienced in war torn country of Afghanistan, my homeland. My personal experiences of war […]

    • Rien Olijslagers

      Thursday, 22 September 2011 17:01

        “I have no clue what the story is about, yet I allow myself to give it my own twist.”     Courtesy of the artist. Rien Olijslagers www.rienolijslagers.nl Working mainly with the driftwood that accidentally crosses my way is a bit like beginning to read a book but starting in the middle. I have […]

    • Jane Walker

      Thursday, 22 September 2011 16:53

        “In my work everything is in the line.”   Courtesy of the artist. Jane Walker www.axisweb.org/artists/JaneWalker These drawings are made up of fragments of cities I have visited. They are an experiment with ‘rubbing out’ and using it as a way of finding somewhere new. In my work everything is in the line. My […]

    • Jacqueline Real

      Thursday, 22 September 2011 16:41

        “I am greatly influenced by the unique light and color of the sea at St Ives.”   Courtesy of the artist. Jacqueline Real www.Swissart.ch/Real My pictures are abstractions from nature or expressions of the subconscious. My aim is to show a balance between form and color, static and dynamic forces and at the same […]

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