• Ossur Mohr

      Monday, 10 February 2014 20:54

      I come from the Faroe Islands, but I live in Denmark now. My inspiration comes from the Faroese light and colors. My art represents an eternal search and longing to recreate fleeting moments and the changing glimmer of light, but I must continuously remind myself that it can only be done in glimpses. ossurmohr.dk

    • Judith Stahl Schidlowsky

      Monday, 10 February 2014 20:53

      A creation is not separated from the creator, until it leaves him. When I create, it is the representation of all parts and forces in me. Sometimes I will be under the influence of my inner and sometimes my inner will be in dialogue with something exterior, which has touched me and stayed engraved as […]

    • Pamela Hardy-Dills

      Monday, 10 February 2014 20:42

      After earning my BFA, my career took the path of graphic design; however, my body of work encompasses a variety of styles including realism, portraiture, and charcoal drawings. Abstractions are my favorite creative release. I’ve always been interested in color, texture, and patina, and they pave the way for each of my abstracts to evolve. […]

    • Giada Paolini

      Monday, 10 February 2014 20:41

      My shots come from the instinct of the soul. My main distinctive works are self-portraits, which have a strong emotional impact. Through the image of my body, my hands, and my face, I want to stimulate deep inner reflection and introspection and to communicate freely without barriers. I create the images using touch-ups to a […]

    • Julie Buffet

      Monday, 27 January 2014 22:11

      I have studied architecture several years before becoming an autodidact painter. Colors, people, and buildings combined in my oil paintings are created to be shared with you. I get inspired with very different themes: harbors and people on beaches from the French western coast where I live, tango and pubs’ friendly ambiance, the circus of […]

    • Alexander Tsalikhin

      Monday, 27 January 2014 22:10

      In my work I follow the traditional form of sculpture but also include some modern elements. A human in a calm, contemplative state, deep in dream or meditation is the most interesting theme for me. I strive to transfer into my sculptures the human world inside its own mind, when one is calm inside his […]

    • Isabelle Habegger

      Monday, 27 January 2014 22:08

      My work aims to take a fresh view on what you see, far away from conformity. It is not that I take on a distant or distinguishing view: it is rather through my very personal and individual perspective and power of expression that the work speaks to the spectator. Living today in a world with […]

    • Mary Sewell Cooper

      Monday, 27 January 2014 22:06

      My background in art and anthropology, along with Kandinsky-inspired abstract art training at The La Veta School of the Arts in Southern Colorado have both informed my work. My paintings represent the energy essence of animals, landscapes, and images from cultures around the world. My technique can include layering of charcoal drawings, textures, pastels, and […]

    • Luigi Mapelli

      Monday, 27 January 2014 22:05

        My name is Luigi Mapelli (Mapo). I’ve attended the architecture school of Brera and then the Graphic Design School. I combine both my passions: photography and painting, and by walking along a difficult path, finally I can use art in a interdisciplinary way. In my works, real shapes in photo shoots acquire a dreamlike […]

    • Sharon T. Ross

      Friday, 24 January 2014 22:12

      I am an expressive artist, and my work tends to be in two mediums: oil, or pen and ink. I use my art to portray my feelings and emotions. My pen and ink works are a form of Zen Meditation and Zentangle, using the circle in a repetitive manner as a means of shading and […]

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