• Dieter Borst

      Wednesday, 14 November 2012 17:43

      Dieter Borst reduces the seen, the experienced, and the lived to a minimum. All disruptive attachments or decor, which could divert the viewer’s attention from the essential focus, are omitted. Bodies are broken up. Elements, stripped down to their basic forms, are then recompiled so that they can be perceived as an abstracting memory of […]

    • Hye Ja Moon

      Wednesday, 14 November 2012 17:32

      In order to harmonize shapes and colors with narrative drawings on canvas, I paint using my personal techniques such as gap-opening, rainbow pattern, and scratch in reverse order. That is, I paint a color of light first and draw with feeling derived from the music I listen while working. Musical parts (composition and storytelling) are […]

    • Susan Karkoutly

      Thursday, 25 October 2012 15:41

      My style of painting borrows from the Impressionists. Most of my work depicts stories of quaint places with added Architectural dimensions and color. I like to use oil paint and I love the effect of rich contrasting colors. My passion is to create images that impress, delight, and evoke emotions from the viewer. As a […]

    • Mara Algethi

      Thursday, 25 October 2012 15:23

      My first love was drawing and painting. I was proud to visit the “Hochschule für bildende Künste am Steinplatz” in Berlin for painting and photography. First I preferred the figurative painting in Aquarell, later I developed a great love for painting in oil. The impressionists and later the expressionists, Cézanne and van Gogh were my […]

    • Douglas Lyell

      Thursday, 25 October 2012 15:18

      My paintings are about time, movement, and change. The sea is highly symbolic and bring an awareness of the environmental debates surrounding melting polar ice caps and rising sea levels to my paintings. The Cornish people have good reason to both love the sea as a source of income, and fear the sea as a […]

    • Claudia Unterleitner

      Tuesday, 23 October 2012 20:33

      My paintings are inspired by nature, the little things like pansies. The enlarged depiction of little beauties, highlighting their uniqueness, the splendid chromaticity of each blossom–that is my passion. I also love to capture impressions, for example when I see the sun brushing over the moss, creating beautiful shades of light and color, just like in my […]

    • Carolyn Heer

      Tuesday, 23 October 2012 19:53

      Born 1960 in Nigeria, Carolyn Heer’s  formative years were marked by numerous moves  within West Africa, Switzerland and Canada. A richness of cultural impressions formed the young mind: languages ranging from English to French and High German along with various tribal dialects were part of her training and exposure. They left their mark along with […]

    • Benno Sökeland

      Tuesday, 23 October 2012 19:50

      “The world is beautiful” is the artist’s leitmotif. Her pieces display this point of view through both figuration as well as abstraction, especially the decorative pieces that display positive energy and good vibrations. You can see the main statement also in an ironic way, some paintings pick up topics of obvious abuses in society. Sometimes […]

    • Ulli Obrecht

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 16:14

      Abstraction and reality: two poles that meet in my paintings and produce a firework of emotions. Which pole is more dominant? Do the poles want to find a balance with each other? These questions may have different and numerous points of view as there are art-interested people. My colors, mainly blue, represent a certain kind […]

    • Masakazu Tatebayashi

      Thursday, 18 October 2012 16:10

      Through my work, I try to connect one person to many. In these difficult times, it is often easy to lose sight of one another in our global community. I believe that we can all stand beside one another and come together. papirahifuyo.com *** This article was published by NY Arts Magazine, 2011. NY Arts […]