ADAMO

Pietro

 

The paintings of Adamo are a celebration of the artists’ admiration for the “unpredictable and inexhaustible record of life”. He abandons the conventional renderings of geometric forms through his textured surfaces and rough contours.

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ARNSTON

Carole

 

Dramatic images of wind, sea and alpine meadows are rendered with a broad brush, subtle colour blending and painting knives. They invite the viewer to look closer, to see the beauty that she sees every day.

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ANDERSON

Marion

 

Oil  on Panel, mixed media acrylic on canvas. "I find it necessary to use a limited palette for each piece as I attempt to capture mood or temperature."

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BERGERON

Christian

 

Known for the mastery of the spatula, his only tool, and for his bright colors and contrasts, he became an associate member of the Copley Society of Art in Boston

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BRAUL

Harold

 

Braul uses loose strokes, vibrating lines and diffuse light to highlight themes of motion and flux that characterize his work: a cyclist corners a turn, a bird prepares to take flight, a bistro boils with bold, noisy color and lively figures.

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CURILOVA

Ludmila

 

Using acrylic paint, and in some cases oil, she develops a multi-layered piece that is simultaneously simple and complex.  The juxtaposition of matte and shiny surfaces and the use of rich golden colors enhance the three-dimensional quality of her work.

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DEROOY

Adrian

 

The personal vision and creative process began, the delicate light, the shadows, the varying moods, the bold and vibrant colors, all captured his imagination. All the paintings seemed to have this incredible inner glow.

EVENTOV

Maya

 

Maya's works evoke feelings of happiness, well-being and joy of life. She wants to share with you the warmth of the afternoon sun and the heat of the sidewalk, the smell of exotic flowers and the taste of ripe fruit.

FOERS

Michael

 

Foers borrows a bold and experimental use of color: trees take on the bright floral tones of red, orange, and yellow. Their arching branches and flat leaves have a geometric, even architectural aspect.

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GILLBERRY

Stephen

 

Stephen is an accomplished artist who has spent the past twenty plus years developing his own unique style of painting.

HALLMAN

Terri

 

It is layers, she says, that expose the passage of time. How some things are covered up and how others are revealed.

HAYNES

Heather

 

Haynes was determined to be a visual artist. She began selling funky hats and little paintings at a local market.

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KLIMOVA

Julia

 

Watercolors were Klimova's first love, but presently she works mostly with oil, because it allows her to create a more intricate volumetric texture. It is a well-known saying among artists that it is not important what you paint, but rather how you paint it.

KRAFT VAN ERNEL

Annette

 

Emerging through layers of oil, wax and charcoal, subjects are obscured yet still hold structure resulting in a very compelling dynamic tension. Annette's mission is to hold onto small moments of grace against the erosive passage of time.

NEMO

Victor

 

In particular he loved paintings, and from an early age he was determined to become an artist. Nemo began intense inquiry into the style and techniques of the famous painters.

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PETKOV

Joro

 

Petkov is constantly experimenting with color and form; this has allowed him to create an expressive, yet somewhat abstract form to his landscapes.

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SABASTIAN

 

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PORTER

 

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VLADAN

 

"The woman in my paintings is a self portrait of everyone, a person that is to be. It is someone that I am searching for, not literally, but searching for through the process of discovery and exploration as I paint."

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THAI

David

 

David Thai is creating a blown glass vessel or a piece of glass sculpture, his focus is on both the creation of a timeless design with a contemporary style and a high level of technical skill.

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