• Luigi Mapelli

      Monday, 27 January 2014 22:05

        My name is Luigi Mapelli (Mapo). I’ve attended the architecture school of Brera and then the Graphic Design School. I combine both my passions: photography and painting, and by walking along a difficult path, finally I can use art in a interdisciplinary way. In my works, real shapes in photo shoots acquire a dreamlike […]

    • Sharon T. Ross

      Friday, 24 January 2014 22:12

      I am an expressive artist, and my work tends to be in two mediums: oil, or pen and ink. I use my art to portray my feelings and emotions. My pen and ink works are a form of Zen Meditation and Zentangle, using the circle in a repetitive manner as a means of shading and […]

    • Anissa Berkani Rohmer

      Friday, 17 January 2014 21:54

      As an artist, I perceive reality in its purity: forms, colors, sounds, and the subtle nuances of emotions and dreams. My art explores themes such as exile, which is central for me. Exile means living outside one’s original homeland, being outside. It signifies absence, or rather non-presence; isolation, separation, distance. We are all exiles: each […]

    • Vladimer Asatiani

      Friday, 17 January 2014 21:35

      My art works is a plastic effort of a colorist representation of the space-time continuum. I try not to copy the reality of the object, but the rather objectification of its live appearance; it’s artistically-embodied formalization. This is related to the thing as well as to the space around it, which is apprehended by me objectively […]

    • Sally Schaedler

      Wednesday, 8 January 2014 22:43

      Art is not a choice; it has always been an obsession for me.  I have always had to find an outlet by painting in some form or another, whether large scale abstractions , portraits or a combination of the two.  I turned to portraiture when my children were small, realizing I could not meet commercial […]

    • Jeff Tallon

      Wednesday, 8 January 2014 22:34

      In the early 2000’s, after receiving a BFA in Drawing from ACAD, Jeff Tallon lived throughout Canada, Europe and Asia. These experiences inform the global yet local nature of his work and question nationalism, truth, identity, commerce, consumerism and communication. Since 2009, Tallon has been synthesizing painting and technology. Some of his paintings include QR […]

    • Ana A. Zgonjanin

      Wednesday, 8 January 2014 22:26

      In life, when you do art it’s hard to feel what it starts. Art becomes an inseparable part of my life. Sometimes it seems as if the brush has become part of the body. Inspiration is a giant compared to anything else, and somehow what it boils down to is that I’m looking for that […]

    • Vittorio Carradore

      Sunday, 5 January 2014 22:45

      I am looking for the essence of nature, stripping the landscape of all the descriptive details that distract, communicating without words, my view of the universe.  

    • Kara Asilanis

      Thursday, 19 December 2013 19:08

      All art is collaboration, whether I am collaborating with myself, or with the subject, or doing a home portrait for someone—it’s one of the things I love best about painting. Then the painting is shared and it becomes a collaboration between the viewer and the piece. blacklionart.com

    • Sylva Kanderal

      Thursday, 19 December 2013 18:58

      The abstract and figurative painting are more often in the center of my work. Often-but not always- I use photos as very loose templates. I like to improvise, let my imagination run free. I quickly edit trivial areas and focus on parts that require extra attention. Delicate, transparetnt oil colors are my favorites, but I often […]