• Anselm Cester González

      Friday, 19 August 2011 18:49

      “I wanted to portray this period of the Parisian social movement with the pure materials of stones.”   Courtesy of the artist. Anselm Cester González www.anselmcester.blogspot.com My work shows an aerial view of the city of Paris. I have created an atmosphere strongly full of emotions and feelings related to the “Bohême” movement in Paris […]

    • Anna Kassel

      Friday, 19 August 2011 18:41

            Courtesy of the artist. Anna Kassel www.annakassel.com My inspiration for this series is the beauty of the African people and all their cultural richness that has been jeopardized for the greed of some countries in their desire to posses gold and diamonds and so many things at the cost of human dignity.

    • Csaba Fürjesi

      Thursday, 11 August 2011 21:31

        “He tries to effectively detach from pure description, in order to always be in a point between here and beyond.” Courtesy of the artist. Csaba Fürjesi www.csabafürjesi.com The pictorial world of Csaba Fürjesi is on the border between real and unreal. It seems a “concrete” scene, the description of a situation, but with fine […]

    • Jean Huh

      Thursday, 11 August 2011 17:16

        “Through my works, I want people to understand that comics and illustrations are connected to each other while containing their own different stories.” Courtesy of the artist. Jean Huh www.karitori.com I am an illustrator who creates their own imaginary world and shows their expressions through manga-style comic books and illustrations. Through my works, I […]

    • Benno Worth

      Thursday, 11 August 2011 17:08

        “Two aspects in his work are of deciding importance: spontaneity and improvisation.” Courtesy of the artist. Benno Worth www.bennowerth.de The sculptor and painter Benno Werth, who lives and works in Aachen, can look back on a more than 60 yearsof creativity. His art work is distinguished by an enormous complexity. His oevure consists of […]

    • Sara Hohloch

      Tuesday, 2 August 2011 21:02

            Courtesy of the artist. Sara Hohloch www.sh-galerie.ch Beauty is famously in the eye of the beholder.

    • Nikolina Simunovic

      Tuesday, 2 August 2011 20:51

        “My paintings recreate the space of their origin and pull their viewer inside.”   Courtesy of the artist. Nikolina Simunovic www.nikolinasimunovic.com The motifs of my work refer to the seaside landscape and everything connected with it, such as fragments of seashore and sea surface, islands, boats, and sailing boats. These universal and imaginary motifs […]

    • Miguel Angel Godoy

      Tuesday, 2 August 2011 20:40

        “Invited by a diabolical entity this became the first revelation:”   Courtesy of the artist.   Miguel Angel Godoy www.miguelangelgodoy.com Pressurized vapors rattled and released like a snake hissing for freedom. This moment was the start of a spiritual journey through a dark path masked by an enticing playfulness. There was a fanciful ambience […]

    • Igor Bogojevic

      Tuesday, 2 August 2011 20:36

        “…they represent a sort of perpetuum mobile, or the idea of the perfect machine, which creates on its own and expends its own energy, without beginning or end.”   Courtesy of the artist. Igor Bogojevic www.wix.com/igorart/arts The figurative attitude has a metaphysical character. In my work, some figures are recognizable, and some are interacting […]

    • Barb Bowlsby

      Tuesday, 2 August 2011 20:26

        Viewers standing before them become part of the scenery itself as their reflections are superimposed. Courtesy of the artist. Barb Bowlsby www.members.shaw.ca/bbowlsby/ This body of work embraces a distinct process utilizing metal leaf. Gilt is applied on flat canvas or Barb’s trademark curved panel. As an integral part of this creative process, she paints the layers of […]