The Australian abstract - expressionist Shane Garton works on paper and canvas with acrylic and oils. A contemporary international style is emphasising the meditative, spiritual, poetic and human condition. Jazz and poetry is a source of inspiration ... more
The approach towards photography is highly subjective. With several media he captures the world in which he lives, not focussing on technique but on contents, on the feeling which originates in the situation or place he is in. Recently digitalisation ... more
His paintings are about the things that call his attention, the colors of his city, of his continent, and experimenting with new materials, such as sand, fabric, etc. He can't say he got this or that style, because he's always trying new things, he ... more
I live in the north of Italy.
My spirit is with the Nature, I like mountain landscapes, wildlife, lakes, the silence and harmony, light and colours, the free space, the sense of wonder. all this is part of my heart.
Nature is a ' Temple' that ... more
Living in the country gives her a different perspective on the landscape around her. She loves old things, and trys to capture the old with the now. She wants to progress to including people in these scenes, but has finding it hard to find willing ... more
Flying Wolf Studios - The Male Nude brought to its true fine art potential. Figures in natures pristine landscapes speak to the primitive beauty of the male form in Pastel and Oil. By Kentucky artist Jefferylee flying wolf Spicer. ... more
He is an Italian photographer. His style is simple, focus mainly on balance and symmetry of the surroundings in conjunction with people. He like the shape of the female body as much as the sensual and delicate details. In current photographic work he ... more
Theater of Cruelty NOH was found in 2005 by a well-known esoteric philosopher and metaextremal AZsacra, also known as Master of Death, Emperor of Suicide. Theater of Cruelty NOH is aesthetical and philosophical synthesis of a French “Theater of ... more
Rachel Hélène Amram’s paintings subvert conventional notions of landscape and portrait painting with an exploration of the relationship between abstraction and representation. Rather than borrowing from traditional genres of the pastoral or ... more