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  Most Recent Artists For  February 14, 2007  To  January 15, 2007  Sort   »   standard  |  alphabetical  |  most recent  
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Thomasin Dewhurst
Thomasin Dewhurst  |  February 14, 2007

Acclaimed British / South African expressive realist painter dealing with the human figure and portraits. Works in oils, watercolour, conte, pencil, pen and charcoal. Award-winning work which is shown in collections throughout the world. ... more

Jasper Hulshoff Pol
Jasper Hulshoff Pol  |  February 13, 2007

He trys to combine new and old media to create images of decay. Using photographs of unborn baby's transforming their texture on his computer and use these images to construct his paintings. ... more


Jarda Balek
Jarda Balek  |  February 12, 2007

He is an amateur photographer, still beginner looking for his own way in photographing nudes. Glamour is not the main theme but he does not avoid it too. He does not think he is the best but surely he trys to do his best and will be glad for any ... more

Joan Shannon
Joan Shannon  |  February 7, 2007

Joan's work is a combination of fine art and landscape. She sees the world, its beauty and elegance, mixed with other patterns and shapes within it. Mainly a photographer, she also works in painting and drawing in acrylics, water colour, pen and ink ... more


Jesus Sanchez
Jesus Sanchez  |  February 6, 2007

When he was 10 years old, he begans going to the Angel Marco Artola Academy where he learnt drawing and painting. Four years later he decided to leave the Academy because he didn’t have personal motivation. When he was 20 years old, he visited ... more

Lita van Engelenhoven
Lita van Engelenhoven  |  February 5, 2007

Born in The Netherlands, Lita van Engelenhoven has developed a personal way of painting. Her paintings offer a silent view on reality. A reality that gives a certain feeling, an atmosphere, a silence. Van Engelenhoven says: 'I paint the silent ... more


John Mills
John Mills  |  January 31, 2007

John Mills specialises in architectural imagery. He photographs with both film and digital. His main emphasis is the utilisation of large format cameras to bring out the scale and depth of the subjects. ... more

Paul Image-Machine
Paul Image-Machine  |  January 30, 2007

The "Image Machine" shifts between virtual worlds and the one we accept for real, his work is commenting our western culture and ‘pretended’ common values. But above all it’s an experiment, artistically, technically and socially, often ... more


Steen Doessing
Steen Doessing  |  January 29, 2007

His work is more or less exclusively black and white and hugely influenced by his environment which throughout his life has been encompassed by water. It is his hope that his love for the intimacy and beauty inherent in the intrinsic landscape that ... more

Thai Phien
Thai Phien  |  January 23, 2007

He is Vietnamese. In his country, art nude photograph is a very sensitive field. Because of the Oriented traditional culture, it’s notencouraged as others. In spite of those barriers, he still loves it passionately. And he would like to introduce his ... more


Sylvie Blum
Sylvie Blum  |  January 22, 2007

Sylvie Blum known for her surreal images of the nude form and her cutting-edge fashion photography. Sylvie Blum lives now in Los Angeles USA, she once was a famous model and muse of the German photographer Guenter Blum. ... more

Nadia Durvie Iliffe
Nadia Durvie Iliffe  |  January 15, 2007

Mixed Media artist uses recyled objects like computer parts and reactive metals to create 3 dimensional paintings. Nadia's WIRED collection of paintings explores, in depth, a number of themes based on the relationship between Man and Machine. ... more

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