• Rafael Megall

      Friday, 2 September 2011 19:41

        “While finishing his work on board, his gaze sites the side of his home with anguish and melancholy.     Courtesy of the artist. Rafael Megall www.rafaelmegall.com The wind and sea waves drifted a boat to the harbor. A tired sailor collects the sails and ropes on the board. Far away in the open […]

    • Peter Binz

      Friday, 2 September 2011 19:28

        “Photoshop, Illustrator and Streamline are my tools.”     Courtesy of the artist. Peter Binz www.binzart.ch I start by drawing the outlines, then I create different layers for colors, then the background is all that I need to finish the picture. Photoshop, Illustrator and Streamline are my tools.

    • Natalie Collette Wood

      Friday, 2 September 2011 18:48

      In an age of rapidly growing technology, war, and natural disasters our environment has begun to change before our eyes. I am interested in the sublime moment when things start to fall apart and structure and chaos dance. Influenced by the relationship between sound and abstraction, the sounds of explosions, natural disasters, and car crashes […]

    • Michael Clyde Johnson

      Friday, 2 September 2011 18:39

        “Recently, he was awarded a residency fellowship at Sculpture Space in Utica, New York.”   Courtesy of the artist. Michael Clyde Johnson www.michaelclydejohnson.com Michael Clyde Johnson (b. 1981, western Nebraska) currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In 2009, he received his MFA from Hunter College, New York. His work has been exhibited […]

    • Marja Blomster

      Friday, 2 September 2011 18:28

      “My earliest exhibitions were based on poetry by A.S. Pushkin and F. Pessoa.” Courtesy of the artist. Marja Blomster www.blomster.fi I studied at Free Art School in Helsinki (1981-1984). My art consists of experimental forms of art such as installation and conceptual art; I create these by drawing, painting and photography. My earliest exhibitions were […]

    • Marc Pietri

      Friday, 2 September 2011 18:18

      Courtesy of the artist. Marc Pietri www.marc-pietri.com Starting from a drawing made with Word Art, it was one of my first attempts to modify the original drawing and the colors.

    • Jean Hall

      Friday, 2 September 2011 18:08

        “The garden is not intended to reflect a real space; the perspective is deliberately flattened and the color, which is vibrant and richly patterned, reflects a dream-like quality.”   Courtesy of the artist. Jean Hall www.jeanhallpainting.wordpress.com This is a depiction of a fantasy garden. The garden is not intended to reflect a real space; […]

    • Jacqueline Politis-Jobin

      Friday, 2 September 2011 17:55

        “Beauty, I never try to play with it. I respect it infinitely, and I always try to let nature speak for itself.”   Courtesy of the artist.   Courtesy of the artist. Jacqueline Politis-Jobin www.jpolitis-jobin.com   The produce of nature: they are to be respected; one must bow with humility to their beauty. In […]

    • Ivy Coradini

      Friday, 2 September 2011 17:45

        “If I do not enjoy the whole process, painting has no sense for me.”   Courtesy of the artist. Ivy Coradini www.ivycoradini.com.ar I´ve been painting for years mainly for my own personal enjoyment. Years ago I started selling my pictures because some people insisted on that, not because I wanted to do it… I […]

    • Goran Grofelnik

      Friday, 2 September 2011 17:22

          “Black and white contrasts were produced using matrices and using a traditional painting brush.” Courtesy of the artist. Goran Grofelnik www.goran-grofelnik.com The works “Spirals, Rollers, Pegs” (# 0007) and “Space Rip” (# 0013) were made using a combined technique: acrylic and spray on canvas. They were created simultaneously in the year 2004, and […]

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