• 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 […]

    • Martha Greiner

      Wednesday, 7 May 2014 14:32

      As an artist, my artwork comprises multiple dimensions in both aesthetic and educational values.  I try to emphasize the little nuances of what we see in our daily lives by using multiple mediums to accomplish this while educating the viewer. I wish to educate the viewer of my work by taking advantage of the opportunity, […]

    • Doug Simon

      Wednesday, 7 May 2014 14:25

      I am focused and spontaneous when I paint in a way that is very liberating and timeless to my spirit. This mystical quality of the creative process is unlike any other life experience, and is part of the energy that is self nourishing. I use palette knives, expressive kinetic brushstrokes, cotton swabs, and other instruments […]

    • Cecilia Arrospide

      Wednesday, 7 May 2014 14:18

      Painting for me is a need; a way to express myself and at the same time to play and experiment with different colours and forms and in that process communicate what I feel. I like to draw and paint and work in different media, oils, acrylics, ink, and collage. In each media I find different […]

    • Lyn Olsen

      Tuesday, 6 May 2014 14:34

      Inspired by the clear vivid colors of my homeland, Australia, I approach a blank canvas in a state of excitement with no preconceived idea in mind. I splash, spray, drip, and move acrylic paints and ink over the sometimes textured canvas and images appear from within as the painting takes on a mind of it’s […]

    • Pam White

      Thursday, 1 May 2014 15:11

      The field of possibilities seems endless and confusing until I look for a place to put a color, then another. A line might turn into a shape or ask for more color. Once it starts, the balance swings from my hand to the painting. What does it want; equivalence, harmony, or is tension part of […]

    • Nora Velazco

      Thursday, 1 May 2014 15:07

      Versatility summarizes my artistic development and personality. I am experimenting with various techniques, and mixing colors and materials, aiming to convey a mixture of suggestive color and expressionist brush works to generate feelings and emotions. My work is generated by spontaneous gesture-driven brushstrokes, transparencies, and the superposition of layers. The dripped paint technique evokes melancholic […]

    • Adriano Passardi

      Wednesday, 16 April 2014 17:51

      Strong colors play an important role in my pictures in oil and acrylic. They allow me to express my positive view towards life. The owners of my paintings say that they are captivated by my landscapes, flowers or abstactions, and that my art is for the heart. Since 1982 I did over 50 exhibitions in […]

    • Barbara Palka Winek

      Wednesday, 16 April 2014 17:49

      My work is characterized by a searching through and experimentation with the form and matter of painting. It is important for me to expose a painting technique that is improved and enriched by my own experience, which may even lead to the development of my own distinct technique. My painting begins with emotion. That emotion builds form […]