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Eva M. Paar
Eva M. Paar

Relaxed Formation: She represents humans or abstracted figures by a play of parallel and differently broad lines. Eva M. Paar primary uses earth-colors, in order to give a warm and pleasant character to the oil paintings, which stands intrast to the ... more


Jeanne-Marie Meyer
Jeanne-Marie Meyer

Jeanne-Marie Meyers artwork focuses on using multiple images and collapsing them onto the same visual plane. This creates a tension that drives the viewers back and forth across the image as they attempt to reassemble the original images and decode ... more

 

Samantha Baystead
Samantha Baystead

Contemporary abstract paintings on canvas. Specialising in gold, silver and copper leaf designs. Browse the gallery or create your own unique customised piece of artwork! These original canvas paintings are all hand painted by Samantha. They require ... more


Curtis Neeley
Curtis Neeley

Curtis is a unique paralyzed visual artist. There are very few who presented the female form the way that he did regularly! He 'coined' the term FigureNUDE to clarify what he once tried to do. A FigureNUDE is not erotic. It is sensual and ... more

 

Tiberiu Banica
Tiberiu Banica

His entire work is based on a simple idea . He is trying to show the world that the place they are looking for, that piece of heaven, is right next to them. You can find beauty in simple things like a tree for example. You only have to look for. ... more


Marilyn Kirsch
Marilyn Kirsch

Oil paintings, watercolors, drawings and collages with abstract and non-objective imagery influenced by architecture, photography and landscape. The work involves a balance between non-referential, pure abstraction and the desire for a reference point. ... more

 

Lev Yudalevich
Lev Yudalevich

Being a rolling stone is a very precious trait for a photographer. Thanks to this trait, new images appear in the viewfinder. One picture succeeds another as if they are seen through a kaleidoscope. These are visualisations which are spun and pushed ... more


Alison Hill
Alison Hill

A great deal of her work shows her fascination with light and her attempts to capture various aspects of light in paint. This preoccupation with the qualities of light can be seen in a series of paintings she have completed during 2006 on the theme ... more

 

Kevin Flint
Kevin Flint

Kevin Flint is a Los Angeles based artist, designer, and photographer who specializes in the dark, the absurd, the fetishistic, the sharp and pointy, and is especially adept at talking describing himself in the 3rd person. ... more


John Sumner
John Sumner

Through texture, gesture and color, Sumner attempts to paint the animal in the animal, and in some cases, the human in the animal. By giving his critters an almost human personality, he finds that people can relate to his work on an emotional level. ... more

 

Zlatko Vasic
Zlatko Vasic

The Research of Vasic's Art Works published by artist James Langston in Florida, USA. "The art works of Zlatko Vasic are both stunning and shocking in their honesty. There is so much thought and energy flowing into and out of these works that seeing ... more


Patrick Sorrente
Patrick Sorrente

Portraits, nudes, still lives, architecture, and more by Patrick Sorrente. ... more

 
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