Wednesday, 23 November 2011 18:33

        “For me, the process of communication is essential since communication is the keystone of all artwork!”     Courtesy of the artist. ELLEN JUELL ellen.juell.dinstudio.no          My works owes much to both the Impressionists and the Expressionists.Behind my work lies the basic thought to express the search for harmony and fulfillment in a […]

    • Hasan Thaqi

      Friday, 18 November 2011 17:44

      In this picture we see a closed environment with a lot of elements established. The female figure is alone, sitting down. Behind her, from the right shoulder, is a natural sharpened light. Great gloss. Her position in this way, her right hand stretched on the table creates a another view where we see a woman […]

    • Zofia Turlik

      Friday, 18 November 2011 17:16

        “My works cannot be attributed to one trend.”     Courtesy of the artist.   ZOFIA TURLIK aka “ZOJKA” http://www.zofiaturlik.com/index.php/en/ I was born in Poland but for many years I have been living and working in London. My painting is a reflection of my soul, emotions, energy and moods. My works cannot be attributed […]

    • Lasse Kempas

      Thursday, 10 November 2011 22:43

        “Nature asks us to listen again.” Courtesy of the artist. LASSE KEMPAShttp://www.kempas.fi/index_fi.html The beginning of the century struck the arts through a new direction: functionalism. The basic idea of functionalism, is the glorification of technology. Today, we need technology; it is an integral part of everyday life. Nature asks us to listen again. The […]

    • Lucio Diodati

      Thursday, 10 November 2011 21:36

       “You can see whatever you want in my works.” Courtesy of the artist. LUCIO DIODATI   www.luciodiodati.com Protagonists are the colors performed by nameless women.  Everything is surrounded by a space-less and timeless light, which doesn’t ‘t belong to a real place, but somehow still familiar. The one who observes, from the lion tamer to the […]

    • Eduardo Rosado

      Thursday, 10 November 2011 20:59

      “My work is about the human condition: violence, loneliness, fear, sex, death, fertility.” Courtesy of the artist. EDUARDO ROSADO www.eduardorosado.net My work is about the human condition: violence, loneliness, fear, sex, death, fertility. My interior reality determines my painting, placing it close to expressionism and aside to surrealism. I usually use dark humor to dismiss […]

    • Noris Dias

      Sunday, 30 October 2011 23:15

        “I use strong colors, sometimes almost pure-ones.” Courtesy of the artist. Noris Maria Dias www.noris.no Searching for simplicity; I want to express emotions, opinions combined with a vibrating mixture of colors and figurative symbolism. I want to tell a story from the beginning, initiate a discussion, make people think and let them dream. The […]

    • Kathy Clavette

      Sunday, 30 October 2011 22:04

        “When I am painting, music is omnipresent.” Courtesy of the artist. Kathy Clavettewww.kathyclavette.com As a former drafter, I prefer flowers and ponds as subjects. They allow me to paint other things than straight lines, making room for gesture. Flowers need water, which is the reason it is almost always present in my painting. I […]

    • Nora Garcia

      Friday, 28 October 2011 20:35

        “Each work celebrates life”         Courtesy of the artist. Nora Garciagabeaar@yahoo.com.ar   My work is self-referential. The objects comprise a reunion between chance and my own experience in life. Each work celebrates life, rescuing elements that memory had relegated and deep affections of my own existence. Combining lost and recuperated memories; […]

    • Ravi Paranjape

      Monday, 24 October 2011 17:18

          “I believe that the charm in my realism is accomplished by my constant efforts to make my creations beautiful”   Courtesy of the artist. Ravi Paranjapewww.raviparanjape.com My natural endearment for Indian classical music, traditional Indian miniature paintings and ethnic crafts and folk arts, set me on the righteous path of ‘making the beautiful […]