• Benjamin Vorms

      Sunday, 22 May 2011 02:44

      “Out of fondness for human figure, which is just as vaguely, reminiscent.” Courtesy of the artist Benjamin Vorms www.benjaminvorms.over-blog.com Q: Why figurative paintings? A: Out of fondness for the human figure. Emaciated bodies, bearded, the beard is the excellency of the human condition; vanitases Q: Masculine human figures so? A: Vanitases are girls. Black, red, […]

    • Jean S. Godfrin (Argadol)

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 21:33

          Courtesy of the artist “I also leave a big part to spontaneity and improvisation during the realization of the work, so that I inject my humor and energy of the moment.” Jean S. Godfrin (Argadol) www.artsetter.com/member/argadol Jean S. Godfrin (ARGADOL) is a French contemporary artist and advertising graphic designer who is fascinated by […]

    • Zachary Bako

      Wednesday, 11 May 2011 00:49

      Oujin Zachary Bako www.zacharybako.com I am interested in the creative and mental process that leads to the completion of a finished piece of artwork. In October of 2010, I followed five contemporary Chinese artists in Beijing, documenting a single day out of each of their lives. This exhibition denotes my time spent with Oujin, an […]

    • Tulin Gozurka

      Wednesday, 11 May 2011 00:28

      Yellow Cycle Tülin Gözükara www.tulingozukara.com/ I am trying to focus on what I believe as the “eternity” within me and produce my artwork solely with the inspiration of it. I believe that artwork expresses the intention with visual elements where everything that I cannot put into words, comes back to life in the forms of […]

    • Shigeo Sato

      Wednesday, 11 May 2011 00:13

      Food, Job, Family, Life Shigeo Sato Shigeo Sato Website “Those motifs change into one shape with big undulations though it seemingly looks confusing.” I’m picking up the wastepaper, the sounds, the smells, the words and the landscapes on any street as my motif. Those motifs change into one shape with big undulations though it seemingly […]

    • Nacera Guerin

      Wednesday, 11 May 2011 00:03

      Nacera Guerin http://www.nacera.com/www.nacera.com/Welcome.html Nacera is a French Algerian born professional Artist who also lived in France, Switzerland, Colorado, California and England. She has had many solo exhibitions in the U.S. including Stanford University. She has participated in several group shows internationally. Nacera was selected and participated at the Florence Biennial in 2005 and 2007. She […]

    • Mary Lee Lombard

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 23:40

      Pink Abstract Mary Lee Lombard www.LombardArtGallery.com “In Pink Abstract, Lombard richly executes her subconscious expressions of a real time and space using masterful brushstrokes and texture.” Since age five, Mary Lee Lombard had extensive training in a vast number of styles, ultimately emerging as an American Abstract Expressionist painter. Such paintings exude the artist’s feelings, […]

    • Martin R. Wohlwend

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 23:10

        Divorce, Mixed Media on Canvas,85.6″ x 61.2″ Martin R. Wohlwend www.martinwohlwend.com “My paintings are reflections of human nature, the creation of the universe, our environment, and today’s society.” My paintings are reflections of human nature, the creation of the universe, our environment, and today’s society. Born in 1969 in Liechtenstein, where I currently live […]

    • Duda Penteado

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 19:59

      Artistic Revolution: Duda Penteado Abraham Lubelski        According to the revolutionary Brazilian educator and pedagogical theorist, Paulo Freire, the ideal aim of education is to be the “practice of freedom, the means by which men and women deal critically and creatively with reality and discover how to participate in the transformation of their world.” Continuing […]

    • Maria Eugene Z. Aniar

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 19:40

      Happiness Maria Eugene Z. Aniar Website “I consider the viewers as part of the story that I create and each interpretation adds an interesting twist to every work being presented.” My works are usually narrative by nature. I consider the viewers as part of the story that I create and each interpretation adds an interesting […]

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