• Hans Rudolf Weber

      Wednesday, 5 March 2014 20:03

      I work in the media of painting, sculpture, and light installation. Originally trained as a lawyer, I have been exploring the area between the figurative and abstract since 1982. My latest works question the construction of reality in the context of a media saturated world’s ubiquitous production of images. Painting to me is an act […]

    • Isolt

      Wednesday, 5 March 2014 19:45

      Each individual is an ecosystem. Tending to the apparition of mind and soul are practices which art can have a most profound effect on in ones life. Creating works of art is a ritual, a habit for ones spirit to dwell on, toil over, and eventually let go of self-centered temporal states of being that […]

    • Gisela Zimmermann

      Wednesday, 5 March 2014 19:26

      I try to present my longings, dreams, and memories of a distant world in my paintings. I hope that these aspects are revealed to the viewer, and that he can use my images to dream. gisela-zimmermann.com

    • Ivabelle Bernabe

      Tuesday, 25 February 2014 21:09

      Creating acrylic abstract and semi-abstract artworks allows me freedom of expression. It has no rules, no boundaries, and no limits. I paint from an inner impulsion, free from any worry of what the critic may think or feel. Satisfaction, to me, comes from knowing that I have expressed my thoughts, desires, and uncertainty in my […]

    • Danilo Joanovic da Rudna

      Tuesday, 25 February 2014 21:00

      A girl is left alone sleeping in an unlocked rental car at the parking lot where lot of criminal activities often take place. The person at right is a car hiker coming to note the mileage and gasoline level. Finding her he gets horrified. With my work, that is always autobiographical, I try to slightly […]

    • Nabil Ghandi

      Tuesday, 25 February 2014 20:41

      When we off-load our certainties and drop our conditionings, when looking at things as if they had never been contemplated before, free of any definitions, interpretations, or value judgements; then the reality appears as it really is—enlarged and filled with beauty. That’s what I am trying to convey with my artworks; throughout anthropologic, fine art, […]

    • Dominique Belvedere

      Wednesday, 19 February 2014 09:00

      I am painting. When we have become friends, my painting and I, when our intimate and intense interaction has proved successful, when we have found ourselves to be soul mates—then my work is done. dominique-belvedere.ch

    • Eric Ranveau

      Monday, 17 February 2014 21:31

      I look for the common language between figurative and abstract art. Where does the first end and where does the second begin? For 24 years, I have heard both, “You are abstract!” and, “You are figurative!” In fact, I am very interested by both and with the natural mix created my own style. So, why […]

    • Alma Sheik

      Monday, 10 February 2014 20:56

      My works are mostly oils on canvas, but I also work in acrylics and pastels. A sincere and passionate painting celebrates life in all its different incarnations. My subjects are typically abstracted natural forms, landscapes, human figures, and still lifes that have their foundation in a perception of reality. I find that I am attracted […]

    • Lonitsa Chichinadze

      Monday, 10 February 2014 20:54

      Colors are my emotions that guide me through the real world. The real world is complex and full of pain. What I seek in color and space is the beauty which is hidden behind human sentiment. As a result of my quest for sensation, the world becomes much simpler, a lot more energetic, and beautiful. […]