• Abba (Adalbjorg Thordardottir)

      Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:38

      I’m from Iceland, a land of extremes, long and dark winters and short summers where the sun never sets. Here in this vast land lives a small nation with strong tradition of believing in folklore and adventures. Swans have always fascinated me. Their light and beauty has earned them a symbolic and mythical status throughout […]

    • Hans Andre: Unfortunately, Most People are Blind

      Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:38

      Rarely do I willingly speak of my paintings. What I see is not necessarily the same as you see. The paintings should only be seen in the viewer’s own eyes. However, in my last solo exhibition during the fall in Milan, organized by Camaver Kunsthaus, an Italian asked why the people in the paintings are always […]

    • Eugenia Ortiz

      Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:37

      Everything is energy, vibrating frequencies. I am simply a vessel, a conduit, a channel for Divine Universal Energy to flow, express, and communicate through me information and healing frequencies to raise the vibration and energy of the viewer and the space in which this work is displayed. This artwork is Spiritually based and for the […]

    • Florian Hirzinger

      Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:36

      My work is visualizing emotions by means of photography which takes its form in the eye of the viewer. That’s the goal of my work. I strongly believe that it’s the photographer’s job to capture unique moments. However it is up to the viewer to interpret the emotions of that moment and make the artwork […]

    • Grigor Malinov

      Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:35

      In my art I combine the classical and modern principles and methods of oil painting. I think that all of the techniques (the more, the better) are a path toward creating good art. I don’t look for another way of expression than the stretched white canvas. In this way, I could be called conservative, but […]

    • Nikoloz (KOKA) Tskhvediani

      Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:34

      It’s basically impossible for me to define my art. All I can say, is that it carries strong spontaneous energy featuring Abstract Expressionism. My artistic career started in 1990s—the crisis times of Post-Soviet Georgia. Total disorientation of this complicated space greatly inspired me. Through observing the environment I lived in, I used to experiment with different […]

    • Linda S. Nedilsky

      Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:32

      Nature is art and I love how it flows full of color, lines, and shapes.  My own technique has evolved to encompass varying styles combining measured realism with free color and hidden images. I would describe myself as an Abstract Realist. Acrylic paints have been my medium of choice for many years. They present the […]

    • Kathryn Gastelum

      Thursday, 13 March 2014 18:46

      Abstract, colorful, and dynamic in composition, my paintings are created in the richness of oils, the spontaneity of acrylics, and fluidity of encaustic layers. They are an improvisation in color as paint covers the canvas in harmonious tones & colors creating a spontaneous “visual jazz.” I’m driven by color every day and listening to jazz […]

    • Roset

      Thursday, 13 March 2014 18:35

      Since modern physics and cosmology  give answers to todays philosophical questions, they simultaneously pose new ones. I think that these sciences should be spread more into fine arts, and I do this by painting. My work consists of different concepts. Over the years, did I work exclusively of acrylic on canvas in order to concentrate on […]

    • Sinikka Elfving

      Thursday, 13 March 2014 18:23

      I call myself an artist for humanity.  I paint about life, and the human being in the center of it as a part of the creation. The colors  and themes in  my  works  tell  a story in such a way as we color our lives with different paint and make different choices.  I want to […]