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Transitions: Weiting Wei

Seed - Polymer clay 5 x 12 x 5 in.

"Transitioning from girl to mother feels like the moment that we acquire our protective layers, our feathers, scales and armor. But our interior becomes softer, more sensitive with the love and bond we develop for our children. So in some ways, we are weaker should something pierce through our armor."

Contemporary Narrative: Patrick Webb

Swimming Hole: Plunge - Oil on linen 60 x 60 in.

"I first discovered the humorous and serious figure of Punchinello in the work of G.D.Tiepolo and realized that Punchinello could become the protagonist for my contemporary narratives. My Punchinello is distinctly different — slimmer without the hump, driven by his sexual appetite and search for self."

The Minimalist: Jürgen Krass

Open relationship - Sheet steel welded and rusted, approx. 50 x 50 x 50 cm

"The passion for metal was already evident during my training in a metalworking profession with subsequent studies. Since 2009, I have been working in my studio in "Haus Kunst 13" in Sainbach. I am particularly fascinated by simple geometric shapes such as rectangles and triangles."

Visible/Invisible: d.W. Whitfield

Untitled - Acrylic 120 x 80 cm

"My specific interest lies in the interactive play of an individuals psyche within a personal or group dialogue; The 'truer' personal nature of such an individual is often hidden behind a bland mask of social etiquette; With this concept in mind, my work is not labeled or titled; so allowing the observer a greater and freer interpretation of my work without any preconceived ideas."

Stillness: Hyun De Grande

Le Futur Qui N'arrive Pas - Photograph

"I try to capture the feelings of loneliness, isolation and alienation because these strongly resonate with me personally. I shoot in a wider frame as it allows me to use extra horizontal space to evoke emptiness."

Black Hole: Shuai Xu

Redemption between black holes Ⅱ - Digital media

"I integrate these sources of inspiration into my works by thinking about dreams, starry sky, reality and nothingness, combined with Chinese cultural elements, like Ching. I hope to explore my own world more deeply while expanding outward. Every one of us is familiar with dreams."

Feminist Perspective: Yvonne Welman

Since Leucippos - Acrylic and mixed media 140 x 140 cm

"I recycle cultural pictures and put them together to make my feminist opinion visible on all kinds of issues in our society."

Total Mood: Donglai Meng

Hairy-Legs in Quarantine 2/14 - Oil on canvas paper 50 x 70 cm

"My artistic practice is to constantly capture and feel the inner state of human beings in different contexts, such as dreams, fantasies, hallucinations; these subconscious activities that cannot be observed with eyes. I question their significance in real life."

Observations: Luiz Todeschi

The resonance of the ant - Hannemule paper 40 x 60 cm

Luiz Guilherme Todeschi, (b. Curitiba Pr, 1977) Global Ambassador, has been an infomanager for 25 years, writer, poet, speaker, photographer, video maker, visual artist and visionary of the way. Founder of the Save Eco Space Movement (2019), a human development and societal regeneration network, Luiz combines his activist and artistic work, taking with him the possibility of new creations and the desire to manifest his intuitive side of the INTEGRATED BEING.

People & Everything: Peter Clarke

The Waders - Oils 85 x 64 cm

“I am a veteran artist who studied at the Camberwell School of Arts during the 50s and am still painting in my 80s. After leaving art school, I was employed in the print and graphic industries. I returned to fine art and studied at the Sutton College of the Liberal Arts, concentrating on the human form."

Order out of Chaos: Silaro

Feeding of carnivorous plants, 2019 - Oil on canvas 130 x 106 cm

"Ignoring actual trends, the paintings are inspired by social phenomena and nature. My works are images of inner memory. They create themselves through me."

Digital media: Monika Bendner

Love Color Series - Creative photography, canvas print 90 x 60 cm

“At the moment my art consists of creative, abstract photography, most of which were created through drawings, paper cuttings, foils and light sources, photographed and processed on the computer. I make series out of this and use them to tell short visual stories.”

Mystical Tension: Saba Besier

Inversion - Porcelain 26 x 26 in.

"My sculptural works are inspired by delightful freaks of nature, bringing awareness to their plight, but also celebrating the bizarre beauty of the many species we are losing due to climate change. The luminosity of porcelain adds an element of hope to the despondency of my subject."

Let the colors guide you: Paul Hartel

Grande Donna Grassa - Mixed media on canvas 40 x 28 in.

"I think of my work as celebrating the spirit of the ‘inner child’ through an improvisational energy, retained in strokes, lines, and colours. I strive to create a visual immediacy that keeps the viewer’s eye in perpetual motion."

Cyanotype: TEYÉ

Parroquia - Tinted cyanotype on Chinese Mulberry bark paper 29 x 20 cm

“Creating is a constant battle against my mortality.”

Esoteric Explorations on Canvas: Dominique Meunier

Éphémère, 2020 - Mixed media on canvas 50 x 60 cm

“I aspire to a spirituality, to a harmony of man and nature, often through the prism of nostalgia, questioning what seems to be in question: the unity of man and the cosmos, the unity of man and meaning, the interdependence of phenomena.”

Rhythm in Landscape: Harry Goldstrom

Mystic Lagoon - Silver Gelatin Print 18 x 24 in.

"Photographically, I believe there exists a special relationship between the landscape and music, particularly classical, jazz and Celtic. I find the elements of form and symmetry to be omnipresent and as a result, continually make the comparison between a symphony of the landscape and a musical score."

Glitz in the Landscape: Ruth Lantz

Back Lit Bright Lights - Acrylic, Graphite, Watercolor Pencil on Panel, 50 x 60 in.

"I use paint to question how screens have shifted our understanding of the landscape. I merge landscape images with abstract techniques to create works that capture the tension between a painted surface and a screen. Using applications that are both controlled and improvisational, I play with flatness vs. depth and opacity vs. transparency. Condensing the digital impression and the painterly into one surface, I create an image that is at once familiar but also removed, thus challenging the viewer to question technology’s role in our perception of nature."

The Realist: Maarten Welbergen

After midnight - Oil paint on canvas 50 x 50 cm

"Although I work in the tradition of Realism, I always look for its boundaries to give my art a personal touch!"

Poetry on canvas: Marie Diane Bessette

Morning round - Acrylic and watercolor on wood 61cm

“Painting the dance of the birds; mainly the crow, the falcon, the goose, the eagle —these subtle beings with their broad wings and feathers that spread like fingers in the great circle of the living kingdom.”

Geometric Meditation: Ashley Collin

Untitled (Vertical), 2018 - 40 x 50 cm

"Painting is in a transitional state challenging our perception of what we see, think, feel and experience."

Matter/Reflection: Danisa Glusevic Ferreira

Screaming - Oil on canvas 80 x 90 cm
"My images are a process of self-discovery, of many elements which help to create our inner world. Nature and its symbols are represented in some of my works. I take fragments of images from landscapes and use those memories, which are very important, to create my art with a new vision."

Collage: Lebasille

Once Upon A Time - Collage on paper 18 x 24 cm

"My inspiration is life itself, rediscovering the past, creating a vintage future."

Collage: Lebasille

Once Upon A Time - Collage on paper 18 x 24 cm

"My inspiration is life itself, rediscovering the past, creating a vintage future."

Letting the material speak: Ken Macklin

Morning Voice - Terracotta, magnesium dioxide, painted wood 18.75 x 11.5 x 9.5 in. with base
"By combining and arranging materials, I build visually rich, often playful sculpture. I am inspired by nature; the trees, roots, fields, hills, forests, and land surrounding my studio in northwestern Canada. I continually strive to speak to the viewer on both an emotional and aesthetic level."

Art Magazines by CFA Press

Circle Quarterly 5

Circle Quarterly Art Review #4

Circle Quarterly Art Review #3

Spotlight Magazine #21

Spotlight Magazine #19

Spotlight Magazine #17

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