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Artist of the month
August 2020
 

Artists : Yuliya Yasenetska, Marina Rayzuki, Minju Kim, Nissan Leviathan, Barbara Krupp

 

uk
london
“Drawing on personal experience and inspired by human anatomy and psychoanalytic theory, I explore desire as my main subject matter, alongside the concept of life and death. In my theory, all things stem from desire, and it varies depending on how the person’s desire appears. The human figure is...
United States
New York
Yuliya Yasenetska enjoys experimenting with different mediums. She feels that painting, drawing, digital art, printmaking and the combination of these techniques is the representation of variation of things that happens in our life. Humans constantly change, and as an artist, Yuliya continuously see...
Germany
Berlin
Marina is a Japanese born painter and illustrator based in Berlin. Marina' work can best be described as a prolific and instinctive outpouring of twisted, technically graceful, humanoid shapes and organic free flowing forms, culminating in complex, challenging and alive compositions. Marina' art is...
Israel
Givataiym
Nissan Leviathan works in front of his computers’ screens, employing a variety of digital graphics programs as his brushes, his palettes of paints as well as his cameras, with which he creates his artworks. These colorful artworks are usually about Fantastic Reality, as if to follow Valerio Adami’s...
United States
Vero Beach
Barbara Krupp’s new series is titled “Interconnection.” The interconnectedness of people and events is one of history’s most fascinating topics and is becoming more evident daily. As information, trade, travel, and communication become stronger, faster and more ubiquitous, it has a growing impact wo...

 

Special Award
August 2020
 

Artists : Miriam Kruishoop, Peter Homan, Ommery De Zutter, Silvia Perramon Rubio, Stephen Glassman

 

Italy
Milan
My embroidery and drawing practice focusses in real figures and situations that we all unconsciously create to describe our personality. Analyzing our surrounding, objects and actions is the best way to know who we are. I can find myself very close to figurative commercial art, but on...
United States
Los Angeles
First and foremost, I’m a story teller. I use different mediums to express my narratives. Sometimes that’s a feature film, other times a photograph or a light installation. Thematically I focus on people and their personal stories and experiences, using their narrative to amplify the conversation ab...
Belgium
Ghent
The artworks unravel the possibilities provided by digital space and researches new aesthetics within these digital tools. Condensing all this energy society creates into art as an endpoint, Ommery decided to create a new starting point in the process. This is done through commissioned real-estate...
Ireland
Dublin
Peter finds solace and respite in his art where he can create a world without the chronic pain condition he lives with. By using fire and setting his paintings alight he can channel his energy into painting abstract images of this pain. Peters recent work is purely concentrated o...
United States
Venice
This new series of chandelier works are an amalgam of bamboo, brass, enamel, feathers and light.  At the onset of this pandemic wherein we were all thrust into varying states of confinement, I experienced a sparked state of enforced privacy and productive contemplation. Triggered first as studi...

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Artist of the month
July 2020
 

Artists : Leslie Edwards, Anne Moses, Marta Mazzanti, Laura Peretti, Lena Krashevka

 

Italy
Milano
Three years ago I started this series of oil paintings called “inner landscape”. They are photorealistic paintings of landscapes that resonate deeply with my feelings. When I paint them it’s like an opportunity for me to analyze, understand and release my emotions. Currently there are two of th...
Germany
Cologne
A human with his feelings and emotions is in the center of the artist's works. The core of Krashevka's works is to capture and reflect the psycho-emotional state from the inside of a person onto the canvas. The artist to achieve both expressive psychological images, and a convincing saturation of t...
United States of America
New York City
My work is based on the atmosphere of a moment and its intimacy…the secrets behind it. I have always believed that stories have a life of their own. I like to silently intrude into different private scenes of ongoing stories, inviting you to come along with me as a silent spectator, no matter which...
United Kingdom
Poulton Le Fylde
I enjoy bringing subjects to life with a bold use of colour and have developed my own distinctive style using acrylic paint on board, painting landscapes, wildlife, world events and occasionally including humour with a social commentary. I especially enjoy producing work which provokes a response fr...
United Kingdom
Whitby
I am a British practising artist living and working in the UK.  I emerged approx  7 years ago and have since exhibited both nationally and internationally. My main area of interest has always been the human face and form, encompassing universal recognition of emotion and sensuality s...

 

Special Award
July 2020
 

Artists : Stella Kapezanou, Leah Oates, Danielle Haley Ebenholtz, Navot Miller, Alice Miller

 

Germany
Berlin
I like to work with topics such as religion, architecture and identity, presenting my ideas through drawing, filming and painting. My images depict landscapes and social scenarios in locations I visit through my traveling. As my main mediums are video and painting, the works I create are envisione...
uk
london
‘A Sip From My Caribbean Cup’
 I am Cuban, but I don’t know Cuba. I know everything about the U.S. Virgin Islands but I’m not a native. My journey from St. Thomas to Philadelphia, Philadelphia to London, London to New York and back has shown me many new environments and cultures, but somehow brou...
Canada
TORONTO
The world thus appears to be a complicated tissue of events in which connections of different kinds alternate, overlap or combine and thereby determine the texture of the whole. All phenomena are processes, connections, all is in flux, and at moments this flux is visible. - Peter Mattiessen from The...
Greece
Athens
Stella Kapezanou is upfront from the start: even though her drawings are in harmony with the figurative practice, her main body of work does not focus on what one would call “pure” realism. Admittedly, her artworks are defined by their accuracy in the depiction of the composition - in fact, at first...
United Kingdom
Poole
My paintings explore our ambivalent relationship with darkness in modernity. Through darkness and touch, framed within the context of nocturnal social scenes, I rework everyday reliance on light and vision in Western culture. Observing moving bodies within nightclubs provided initial inspiration — t...

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Artist of the month
June 2020
 

Artists : Charlotte B, Sandra Madelane, Facundo Kostelak, Yar Kirsanov, Katie Mongoven

 

Spain
Barcelona
It is interesting to think of art as a constant in life, not as an ephemeral and naked movement of coherence, but rather as a card to be played in everyday life and as an anchor to the impossible-possible, since I believe that logic plays a trick to those who daydream. I call a conclave the momen...
Australia
Melbourne
Much of my practice is rooted in the philosophy of freedom of emotional expression. The aesthetic is melancholy and contrasted with most works exuding both obvious and subtle human emotions. I am fascinated with the complexities of human expressions, distinctly the face of the elderly, as life...
Russia
Saratov
Working in digital and mixed media, I refer to the archetypal images of the Unconscious. I love the idea that human culture is woven from eternal symbols, and our mind is the tower of ancient gods and heroes: this adds poetry to our existence. The strikingly powerful imagery lives inside us, so my t...
uk
london
After graduating from my fashion photography degree years ago I boxed my own camera away, in the meantime silently slipping into the world of e-commerce as my job. With the global pandemic making the world stop running, suddenly there was more free time than I could ever remember having, which helpe...
United States
Cleveland
My work examines relativity and relationships. I use the traditional craft medium of hand embroidery to create large-scale, iridescent, abstract pieces. Themes of shadow, loneliness, inadequacy, and doubt are juxtaposed with light, support, love, and faith while being framed within the context...

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Special Award
June 2020
 

Artists : Viktoria Nygren, Aodan, Anne Gant, Teyé, Lauren Matsumoto

 

USA
Chicago
As an artist working mainly with porcelain and embroidery, I strive to explore, redefine and externalize femininity and “femaleness”. With highly detailed and intricate techniques, I endeavor to show the complicated tableaux with aggressiveness, gentleness, fragility, softness, toughness, struggles,...
Spain
A Coruña
Having married to a Galician woman, Spain has been a second home to me for the last decade. Photography has been my medium of understanding and connecting with this forever-foreign yet second motherland. Perhaps it’s in this gaze of half foot between the cultures, is what makes me to be obsessed wit...
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Hi everyone, I make drawings on paper, using hot glass. I have invented my own process for making these drawings, it's very fast and dramatic! First, I make forms using traditional glassblowing techniques. Then, while the glass is still flexible and hot, I press it into wet, high quality p...
United States
Brooklyn
In my work, I assemble a retrospective of vintage sources such as photography, wallpaper clippings, documents, film posters and other ephemera, reframing them in a tactile, physical context. Small collages serve as sketches that are then translated into oil paintings on canvas that appear to be coll...
Sweden
Stockholm
I find symbols fascinating, somehow new and old at the same time, they connect directly to deep personal references at the same time as they contains the whole world and it’s history. Symbols speak to humans in a language of their own, at the same time shared over cultures and yet different in a...

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Artist of the month
May 2020
 

Artists : Vicky Talwar, Lacey Kim, Alessandra Sequeira, Ellen Gilbert, Nomi Hirshman-Rave

 

Canada
Stouffville
As an artist, I use my intersecting social identities as South-Asian, female, post-colonial, diasporic and Canadian to engage with themes including cultural disruption, movement, and memory. Flower garlands, a staple in Indian tradition, evoke memories of my time living in India. Surrounded by the b...
United States
New York City
I always loved the feeling of applying paint with a brush. The texture created when paint is combined with liquid solvent, and the changes observed when colors are mixed with one another provide a constant, intimate thrill. My painting reflects a line-based language, defined by layers and color comb...
Costa Rica
San Jose
Since a long time ago and particularly in the postmodern world, human consciousness is conditioned by the forms of thought, the censorship of emotions and the material world, where they assume the main role and are the primary focus of people. In this way the true identity is disrupted and the adapt...
United Kingdom
Petworth
Multidisciplinary artist exploring through photographic performance and a hybridisation of painterly materials and redundant hardware my internal feelings of being forced to navigate digitally in our habitat. I use my body to physically communicate my perceptions of the digital environment, creating...
United States
New York
"I enjoy photographing flowers and create visual pleasing images. for the past 2 months I've been working in my Woodstock studio photographing flowers from my neighbors and my backyard and some from local and long distance farms. I usually spend 5-8 hours a day in the studio working on new images. T...

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Artist of the month
April 2020
 

Artists : Peter Scaturro, Erin Derby, Karen Lechelt, Anna Kryukova, Maria Letsiou

 

United States
Napa
I am spiritually empowered to paint. This intimately personal experience passionately inspires me from within to create. It is an inner need. Directions of what to paint surface from an inner quiet and aide me in executing the work. I share in the lineage of abstract artists such as Kandinsky, Mondr...
United States
Brooklyn
In this project, Reimagining Nature, I am once again working with botanicals. Photographing digitally and with unique mindfulness for lighting and detail, I am building wholly new imagery using objects from nature. I play with the relationships between the natural forms, in all of their stages and i...
Greece
SYKIES
The art project is titled "Who is the hero?". It is my recent studio-based project.  Since the last years, I ve investigated water-based materials on paper. The aesthetic of vintage botanical illustration and the delicate appearance of water-based materials have attracted and inspired me. Th...
Netherlands
Amsterdam
One day I had a couple of people in my studio (aka the living room). While one rummaged through my things, the other asked me what the end goal of my painting was? I answered simply “I don’t know.”  “I don’t know” is something I say a lot. Often it’s a true statement. Sometimes it...
Russia
Moscow
Travelling is my way to create. There are labyrinths of still unfamiliar streets, fragments of posters and phrases which are overheard so accidentally; graffiti, contrast of color, textures, buildings and walls, and a great quantity of languages with it’s own shapes of letters and characters... All...

 

Special Award
April 2020
 

Artists : Ruhkia, Guido Pierandrei, akshay mali, Sheila Nicolin, Carole Jury

 

Italy
Santa teresa di Gallura
I truly believe colors have the power to guide feelings and lead to moments of  now - here and nowhere, this is the urge that it's moving me, of how to visualize the perception of reality in that state of a new watching, more than the one perceived by senses, in a steady on going need for repre...
United States
Redford
Sheila Nicolin is a painter based between Detroit and NYC, who explores the very human struggle to find intimate connection. Narrated from a naive and voyeuristic perspective, Sheila’s paintings create surrealist glimpses into authentic and vulnerable experiences surrounding loneliness, mental illne...
india
pune
As a photographer, I am interested in how the nature and the bare human body exist together. My fascination lies in framing the bare body in nature and in showing how humans can be visualised in their natural state. I aim to encourage people to see their own body in a way in which they have nev...
USA
Princeton
“A painting needs to be made one’s own. It’s a kind of secret space where everyone can find one’s own personal refuge. Through painting, I feel anything is possible…The viewer can imagine anything and everything he wants. My reliefs and colors allow for countless interpretations.Then, the viewer wil...
United Kingdom
Greater London
Personally this piece represents the harmony that is brought about when humans simply respect the nature quietly residing beside us. Whilst painting, I realised that I wanted to portray the embracing of culture that can sometimes be forgotten. The gold leaf in my painting symbolises a sense of royal...

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Artist of the month
March 2020
 

Artists : Eunmi Mimi Kim, Elisa Filomena, Rachel Cassandra Gibbons, Dimitra Bouritsa, ilayda tenim

 

Italy
Grugliasco (Torino)
The persistent quest focuses on the human figure and nature, both experienced as everlasting and tender forces in contrast and harmony with the transience of existence.The artworks are often made up of unnatural images that form dreams and tales of that which is hidden. The outcome originates f...
Ελλάδα
Athens
Strongly influenced by Paula Rego ,her work combines elements of fairy tales, animals and fantastic creatures with common images and established archetypes of the west culture. Through that paradox scene she attemps to make a statement about contemporary society ,its values, and the position of wome...
United States
New York City
As a Floridian transplant, living in New York City has deeply impacted not only the way my work is made but also the way that I see myself. Throughout my life as a young black woman and artist, I have often been othered and made invisible within the spaces I frequent. I believe my work is a direct r...
Japan
tokyo
“FEELS LIKE HOME” by İlayda Tenim In Japan, public space has a lot of rules that create a huge difference between how a person acts at home, in his/her personal space and out in public; stripping the daily life from its magic and turning it into more of a staged play. The series ‘Feels Like Home’...
United Kingdom
london
/ I’m Eunmi Mimi Kim(b.1988, KR) who was born in Korea and been London-based artist after finished MA Experimental Design at Royal College of Art, London. I define myself as an experimental-media-practitioner in a contemporary art context. I work at the intersections of visual arts performance, r...

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Artist of the month
February 2020
 

Artists : Ant Pearce, Lulu Rocka, Vincent Dupont-Blackshaw, Egle Saka, Matthew Johnston

 

United Kingdom
london
I strongly believe that a visual accident is the best thing that can happen to an artist, therefore I see it as a positive artistic outcome. I immerse myself in spontaneous decisions in the process of printing and creating my visuals, as I feel the need to turn away from precision and perfection and...
England
Manchester
Exploring human form and our relationship with the body and narrative. When observing the body of another we instinctively analyse for information, any visual details that provide us with some more understanding of their identity and therefore their intentions in their gaze upon me, the viewer....
uk
london
Ant Pearce’s practice focuses on the concept that 'man is condemned to exist imprisoned'. He explores the fragility of life, drawing on human psychology. Influenced by Freud’s theories and the writings of Dostoyevsky, Kafka, Camus and most recently Schopenhauer, his wor...
France
Paris
Focused on the opportunity the window provides to the viewer and the source of light they give, this series explores how the light becomes an opening to the outside world, providing a personal passage between inside and outside which is unique to each of us. The window becomes a call to travel metap...
USA
Fresno
My art explores the relationship between the people and their cultural conformity. With influences as diverse as James Hague and Alice Neel, new variations are created from both mundane and mystic study. Since childhood I have been fascinated by both my own, as well as the traditional understanding...

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Artist of the month
January 2020
 

Artists : Zoe Beaudry, Heidi Neumann, Fotini Pappa, Ophelia Redpath, Anna Kerman

 

United Kingdom
Isle of Wight
Anna Kerman's paintings explores our emotional connection and gravitation towards the natural world. As we become more and more detached from it, her curiosity and connection with the wild is increasingly paramount to her work.  Recently her work has taken a more political stance a...
Ελλάδα
Athens
Painting for me is like poetry, a need of expression, a way to share my feelings and I am pursuing it intensively since 1997. A great piece of my work concerns projects inspired by poems. I use acrylics, water colors and mostly pencil which I particularly love. My favorite painting subjects are flow...
United Kingdom
CAMBRIDGE
When I paint, I treat my subjects with the attitude of a wildlife photographer, never quite sure what I will find, and whether I shall be ambushed in the process.  There may be a plan at the outset, but at the back of my mind, I'm ready for the characters and creatures to take on a life of thei...
USA
Lexington
Sometimes I see a painting or a photo and I get a flash of a memory or a feeling. These are the moments that inspire me to create an art piece capturing this personal event. I use realism and abstraction in my paintings trying to create the feeling of uncertainty, like in a dream in which certain im...
United States
Kalamazoo
My painting practice examines the dissolution of personal identity through contemporary disturbances to the boundaries of the self. Taking inspiration from bodily transformation, spiritual experience, and the increasingly ubiquitous use of online avatars, my work interrogates what human beings are m...

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Artist of the month
December 2019
 

Artists : Manuel Zamudio, Eloisa ballivian, Brooke Sauer, Alejandra Gotera, Carlos Luna James

 

United States
Los Angeles
Through my art I strive to connect more deeply with the natural world by exploring and learning about it first-hand, and reflecting on our symbiotic connection to it. The intimate and sometimes whimsical moments portrayed in my work suggest that just as nature surrounds us, it is also within us. My...
United States
mcallen
What remains of aesthetics in a fading world?  When the veil of order crumbles and the weariness of decay sets in, the soul of a society thrives or dies based solely on the affirmations of its unique individuals upholding what identity there is left. Although despair can weigh heavily even o...
United States
Valley Village
Carlos Luna James, aka MGOGLKTKO, is a multimedia artist who uses science fiction and fantasy to explore the nuances of perception of virtual and physical space through art and technology. By merging sculpture, video projection, animation, and sound, his unending storytelling creates immer...
Estados Unidos
DORAL
I’m a selective person hiding under carefree mask, I require control. However, requiring control doesn’t mean that you´re always going to have it. The universe is not very fond of being told what to do, it will throw your off your set course so bad that in the end you won´t remember where you starte...
USA
Los Angeles
Eloísa Ballivian paintings think about pop culture as a force of nature. In large scale, her paintings take over the viewer like a wave centered in the gaze. Her paintings look at us from a dream-like world, where thoughts are present as emotions trapped in time. Eloisa's artwork begins as photograp...

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Artist of the month
November 2019
 

Artists : Georgia Tunesi, Alisa Aistova, Yam Shalev, N. Carlos J., Kathy S. Copsey

 

United Kingdom
Wokingham
Georgia Tunesi is a figurative painter and is intrigued by the human body and influenced current world issues such as, feminism, mental health and the environment. Her work displays a sensitivity and solitude within someone's quiet introspection. Usually the figures in her work seem distant or ...
Germany
Berlin
I paint to create a more positive world than the world I came from. Although the paintings are colorful, bright, childish and fantastical, they are a direct result of a small, complex and full of land wars and conflicts, an Israeli environment where I grew up and to this day identify with its lan...
United States
Camarillo
I have always loved animals and Native American culture since very young, and I love creating a larger message with each piece I create.  What I am looking to accomplish with each piece determines which medium I choose, given each has its own unique aspects, and my works are realistic and detai...
United States
Brooklyn
His work explores the emotional response, new forms of slavery, the tormented soul, and the language of corrupted thought. His work also sheds light to the subconscious conversations we have behind the mask worn. He disconnects the painted image from the common experience and percepti...
Russian
Solnechnogorsk
My work for the past five years was to investigate human boundaries and transitional states, mutations, injuries and suppressed desires. In the center of my work there are always transformations, mental and physiological. Insanity, psychic transformation, obsessive neurosis, melancholy, rejection, a...

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Artist of the month
October 2019
 

Artists : riccardo liotta, Adrian Coleman, Anastasia Ivashchenko, Sarah Evans, Islam Allam

 

United Kingdom
london
Adrian's most current work considers the paradox of his relationship to Britain, as a native and an outsider. He make paintings of South London in which combine the tropes of “Britishness” with themes of transplantation, belonging, and estrangement. His use of watercolour is a referen...
Egypt
Cairo
Most of my artworks are currently classified as portraits (Digital Portraits). My artwork is a product of improvisation and listening to a music track while working on each piece, the music is randomly selected, when I listen to a piece of music and feel that harmony between it and the character I w...
United Kingdom
london
Oscar Francis is a London-based design studio established in 2013 by Sarah Evans. Sarah is an architect turned artist who is known for creating architecturally inspired prints and textiles. Oscar Francis’ distinctive work celebrates modernist architecture through the use of bold graphic prints an...
Italy
Milan
The mysterious painting "Black and White Destiny" is dedicated to girls and women who have been abused and mistreated at home, such as marriage or cohabitation. In the world, the vast majority of victims of domestic violence are women, as they are more fragile and weaker than men. It is often pointe...
Italy
roma
professionally trained and practicing as an architect, I have also been producing art inspired by physics, mathematics and geometry, the foundation of my artwork. abstract art characterized by dynamic, angular geometries, contrasting shapes, overlapping polychromatic polygons, vibrant colors, sha...

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Artist of the month
September 2019
 

Artists : Federica Castoldi, Audrey Albert, Hyun Jung Ji, Grégoire A. Meyer, Daniel J. Finaldi

 

United States
Highland Park
What should I paint or draw or sculpt?  That is the question every artist asks.  I have wrestled with that question for years.  My answer has always been to trust my instincts, my intuition and what visually attracts me.  In following that interior voice, I ha...
United States
Los Angeles
My paintings feature children who reflect my childhood self. When I was 10, I left Korea alone to go to New Zealand for school. I stayed at one of the dormitories since I don't have any family or friends there. After that, I moved from one boarding school to another in many countries over my teenage...
uk
london
My art examines the body in its extraordinary simplicity as biological, digital and aesthetic organism.
United Kingdom
Manchester
Matter out of place is about hidden truths, concealment and forced displacement. It sheds a light on an unfair and shameful page of Mauritian and British history in which the entire population of The Chagos Archipelago was forcefully displaced from their homeland due to political agendas betwee...
Italy
Milano
My art is a sort of celebration of colours, when black means loneliness, solitude and sadness. Colours are the proof that in life you can fight those black moments and win. I think the most precious thing you can gift to a person is a smile. My digital collages want to make people laugh for the v...

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Artist of the month
August 2019
 

Artists : Andy Van Dinh, Nichole Hickey, Andrew Halliday, Julia Jo, Deborah Eve Alastra

 

United States
Palm Beach
Working in multiple media, this current series is inspired by a street art exhibition she created recently indoors. Using only spray paint (Kobra, Montana, Montana 45, etc.), Nichole creates the mulit-layered portraits that makes the viewer wonder what really lies beneath.
United Kingdom
Lymington
My artwork gains it's inspiration from architecture and the urban, the cityscapes in which we live and are surrounded by. I am continually driven by the energy of colour and it's effects on a scene. Recent technology,  particularly the digital cameras found on smartphones,  have enabl...
USA
Portland
An extensive growing portfolio of paintings includes landscape/garden, urban scenes, figure and stills reacting to the beauty visualized in often mundane subject matter.
United States
Brooklyn
I paint paintings that oscillate between the figurative and abstract. I am interested in capturing fleeting moments in life that often escape words. I chase after the intimacy, emotion, sensations that are so powerfully felt by the skin but often lost in translation and communication. I chase after...
United States
Brookyln NY
I am a by-product of the wave of contemporary  diasporas, and although I did not experience exile firsthand, I still am defined by the effects of location and relocation, adaptation and resettlement. I have inherited the traumas of war, colonialism, and natural disasters through a collective me...

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Artist of the month
July 2019
 

Artists : Shannon "Shan" Fannin, Nici Preston, Emily Victoria Marie Bland, Abbey Golden, Anne Cécile Surga

 

Germany
Berlin
The focus of her work is the comprehension of abstraction. Inspired by gradients, structures and contradictions she discovers in her surroundings, she seeks to balance discordance whilst forming dialogues between objects. Bland’s works combine her distinct style of contemporary abstract painting wit...
France
Foix
I am searching the spectrum of the personal and the emotional, and how our contemporary consumerist society affects the way we live, feel and develop the notion of the selves. I am interested in how human continue to be true to their core in this environment despite the daily violence it obliges...
United States
Austin
Vehicles are more than appliances to get us from Point A to B - they are mobile sculptures that reflect our personality. My paintings capture some of that personality with the vehicles from our past, or those we dream of one day driving. The greatest compliment I receive is when my viewer not only a...
United States
Los Angeles
To call my parents likable is an understatement. They’ve been a fun-loving, lighthearted, attached-at-the-hip couple my entire life. They’ve always had nearly militant physical and social routines, drafted out in notes and calendars around the house. Our Jewish heritage was prevalent by way of pl...
uk
Staffordshire
Concept of work:  Nici is interested in working in a lot of different mediums and with different subject matter.  She is interested in reaching out to the viewer in a positive way and trying to connect with them to find common ground and to put forward ideas and philosophies and share the...