• Mae Jeon

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 19:24

      Preserved Beauty, Mae Jeon Mae Jeon website “Surreal and stylish, Jeon’s images incorporate the sensuality of the flower into fantastical abstractions within synthetic environments.” With heightened color, dramatic compositions and a multiplicity of visual textures, Mae Jeon creates Digital Art whose subject matter is an icon of organic beauty, the flower. Surreal and stylish, Jeon’s […]

    • Jenni Lombardi

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 19:06

      Jenni Lombardi www.jennilombardi.com Through artistic endeavor, I have found that I enjoy working in a varied array of mediums. I have long regarded myself as a painter; however, as the years have progressed, my technical abilities have evolved, and I’ve become more suited to work outside of the 2-dimensional realm. Although working with vivid color […]

    • Fabricio Suarez

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 18:47

      Bayou, Fabricio Suarez Fabricio Suarez www.fabriciosuarez.com “Each one of my paintings is a continuation of observed shapes, formed by washes of color.” My on-going practice of Plein-Air painting takes a turn to the abstract and surreal. In studio, the immediacy of the landscape disappears, as memory and old photographs take on a dominant role. The […]

    • Donna Butnik

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 18:31

      Forest Flowers at Dusk Donna Butnik www.artpaintings4decor.com My inspiration is drawn from the natural world and dreamtime. My best creations happen when the painting paints itself and I get out of the way.

    • Dimitri Drjuchin

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 17:46

      Dimitri Drjuchin, Fear Mongering, January 2010, Acrylic On Canvas, 20X20, Courtesy of Dimitri Drjuchin Dimitri Drjuchin, I’ve Returned To Reclaim My Dignity, January 2010, Acrylic On Canvas, 20X20, Courtesy of Dimitri Drjuchin Dimitri Drjuchin My work channels different points of reference from my Russian background, to pop culture, to comic books, to fine art, to […]

    • Borislav Varadinov

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 17:29

        Abstract Nature Borislav Varadinov www.guddah.com “My art stems from my dreams. I constantly dream of a garden where all the colors, sounds, smells and invisible spirits are changing constantly. Someone is stirring up impressions of this garden while I’m trying to steal a picture of it.”    

    • Amy Cohen Banker

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 17:12

      Leda Amy Cohen Banker www.amycohenbanker.com “Process, time, lyrical movements, sumi-e, and palimpsests are all revealed and articulated.”          Amy Cohen Banker has a “painterly,” colorful/colorless style that carves out shapes and forms (synthetic realism). Life is reconstructed as reality and imagination is processed to become a portrait and landscape as layers upon layers of meaning […]

    • Airco Caravan

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 16:58

        Sunny Fukushima, Airco Caravan Airco Caravan www.aircocaravan.com Cuddly or cruel? Nice or nasty? Airco Caravan is always looking for the thin line. Exploring the edge between sweet and sadistic. Power and freedom. Religion and emancipation. Free choice and oppression. Peace and war. Life and death. Juxtapose worlds of kindness and truth, and explore the […]

    • Dafne Nesti

      Tuesday, 10 May 2011 16:01

            Dafne Nesti, Paulina gets Married, 1998. Tempera on wood, 11 x 31 inches. Courtesy of the artist.   Dafne Nesti: A Narrative of Hope Jill Smith “In a time in history, where beauty is under threat, Nesti’s work retains a sense of elegance and deep respect for humanity.” Dafne Nesti creates vibrant, […]

    • Tomiko Kato

      Friday, 29 April 2011 14:28

      “She was eager to promote Japanese painting overseas, and so she eventually came to the United States.” International Appeal Tomiko Kato Ms. Kato majored in Japanese Painting at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and studied with Seison Maeda during her college days. After graduating, she continuously presented her works as an independent […]

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