• Martin Due

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 17:47

      “… we need to be aware of that she might not be so peaceful, patient and forgiving for all of time.”     Courtesy of the artist. Martin Due www.martindue.no Mother Nature; based on impressions from sailing through the area around the volcanic islands and rocks south of Iceland. Mother Nature is the romantic idea […]

    • Maria Rosina Jaakkola

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 17:37

        Maria Rosina Jaakkola   www.mariarosina.fi My two careers as an artist and landscape architect are interwoven in my life’s texture and have taken me around the world in search for beauty. These impressions in drawing and painting are my travel diaries always made on the spot, outdoors, or –like in this case from a […]

    • Loes de Haan

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 17:20

        “The art speaks for itself. I love and look at people.”   Courtesy of the artist. Loes de Haan www.loesdehaan.nl The art speaks for itself. I love and look at people.

    • Juergen Zumbrunnen

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 16:54

        “Zumbrunnen’s themes are centered around his deeper insights into the human condition … “   Courtesy of the artist. Juergen Zumbrunnen www.juergenzumbrunnen.ch Juergen Zumbrunnen’s work is founded on the grounds of classical precision and stringency. His form of painting is very expressive and thought-provoking, with the world’s ambivalence and ambiguity being omnipresent. In his […]

    • Dr. Bedriska Znojemska

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 16:33

          “My desire is to inspire people by communicating in my work the beauty of personal responsibility for oneself, for humankind, for nature, for the world.”   Courtesy of the artist. Dr. Bedriska Znojemska www.artaddiction.net/members/znojemska/znojemska.htm The earliest works I produced expressed my resistance and rejection of the totalitarian regime under which we lived. Later […]

    • Benno Werth

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 16:22

        “Two aspects in his work are of deciding importance: spontaneity and improvisation.” Courtesy of the artist. Benno Werth www.bennowerth.de The sculptor and painter Benno Werth, who lives and works in Aachen, can look back on a more than 60 year period of creativity. His immense art work is distinguished by an enormous complexity: there […]

    • Juan Carlos Gayoso

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 16:16

        “… the laws governing supersensible nature have been, are, and will be a central part of the artist …”   Gayoso, Juan Carlos, Sunset in Los Roques, 2011. Oil on canvas, 40 x 70 cm. Courtesy of the artist. Juan Gayoso www.inverarts.com.ve/IAVEN/Juan_Carlos_Gayoso.html My work seeks to figure the connection between spirituality and truth. My […]

    • Daniel McKinley

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 15:43

        “… if things do not go as planned, it does not mean that it is a failure.”   Courtesy of the artist. Daniel McKinley www.danielmckinleypaintings.com My work reflects the dreamer in me, whereupon I always wish to be in another place. The mind travels where the body cannot go. A normal way of thinking […]

    • Charlotte Wensley

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 15:32

        “My abstract works reference the intangible concept of human sentiment and formative emotional experience.”     Courtesy of Charlotte Wensley Charlotte Wensley www.charlottewensley.com.au/ I am fascinated by the abstract nature of emotion. In an attempt to explore, capture, and understand its existence I encourage each of my paintings to tell a story about the […]

    • Charlotte Hedberg

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 15:05

        “The forest gave me comfort and peace, while the river became a symbol for hope and changes.” Courtesy of the Artist CHARLOTTE HEDBERG www.charlottehedberg.se I was born in the north of Sweden, where I had a close relation to the beauty of the nature. The forest gave me comfort and peace, while the river […]

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