• Francisca Correa

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 18:42

      My work covers all aspects of collage, as it allows me to use a wide range of techniques, giving me full freedom for experimentation. The textures, colors, and different materialities join in a process of collecting, sorting, and re-use, resulting in unexpected encounters between these various elements. In my work, the lack of a constant […]

    • Jeannette Canale

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 18:11

      In my work, I use noble materials such as semi-precious stones that absorb, preserve, focus, and issue energy. I use stones such as amethyst, citrine, lapis lazuli, agate, quartz, onyx, jade, and hematite. I also use Swarovski Elements that serve as perfect and glamorous light enhancers, highlighting details with their extraordinary reflection. By means of […]

    • Ugo Mainetti

      Monday, 16 June 2014 15:39

      My name is Ugo Mainetti. I am an autodidact painter, I’m from Valtellina and I am the father of four children, two daughters and two sons. I came into the world without whimpering on May 5th, 1945 in a little district called Valle in the commune of Tartano. I was born into a peasant family […]

    • Mara Alves

      Monday, 16 June 2014 15:22

      Early on discovered the art in my life and this passion grew with me. Figurative, passionate—by nature I am colorist and experimentalist, carrying for my works, small experiences in my day-to-day, trying to represent everything that exists around me and inside me. I am always in love with art, always wanting more, looking for new horizons and […]

    • Karin Galler

      Tuesday, 3 June 2014 20:23

      Through my work I try to convey my emotional reality without figures or figurative association, and to portray the barriers between the visible and invisible worlds, as well as the nature of the struggle between light and darkness. The realization of my innermost self succeeds by means of compositional aspects with primary colors. Ranging from […]

    • Ebru Uygun

      Tuesday, 3 June 2014 20:12

      Ebru, also known as paper marbling, is one of the most important Turkish arts. This consists of spattering ochre using brushes made of horsetail on the surface of a viscous mucilage, in order to obtain marvelous patterns carefully transferred onto paper. Ebru Uygun stands out with her modern vision of this traditional turkish art by […]

    • Larissa Romanova

      Tuesday, 3 June 2014 20:02

      I was born in Russia but I live in Sweden. My art is the story of my life, it is my feelings that choose the colors. The main source of my inspiration is nature, where color plays the lead role. larissaromanova.com

    • Morten Abild Christensen

      Tuesday, 3 June 2014 19:10

      To paint does not have to be a cleansing process where your negativity and regret is brushed away with every stroke of a brush. To paint can easily be an expression of the opposite; an expression of faith, hope, and love. This is what characterizes my approach to painting. My paintings are in many ways […]

    • Nadine De Meester

      Wednesday, 7 May 2014 14:59

      My work draws upon the century-long tradition of handmade sculpture. I would describe my pieces as visceral; the sculpting technique I use when working with clay reveals a flesh-like quality. As such, my work has everything to do with the materiality of life. My sculptures wear the heaviness of being; their surfaces reveal every sign […]

    • David Adickes

      Wednesday, 7 May 2014 14:39

      Although I was born in Texas, my art education came from France; my influences are European art and architecture. I studied two years at the Atelier Fernand Leger in Paris (1948 -1950) and I traveled extensively, including a two year tour around the world settling at Antibes on the Cote d’Azur. My art is collected by several museums and […]