Kristin Holm Dybvig on Good Art Magazine


My Folk and Fjord series got a double spread in the Good Art Magazine, summer edition. I wrote a blogpost on this Folk and Fjord series if you want to take a look, go to my website:
So happy to share this with you!

Best Wishes
Kristin Holm Dybvig
Visual Artist

Between Greens

Anabel Mayorga Ayala member news

Immersed in greens
Técnica :acuarela sobre arches
Medidas :56×55 cms
Artwork available

Amazilia – Additional On-line Exhibitions Available Now


Several new on-line exhibitions are now available on Amazilia’s web site at

These include several sets shot in the English countryside; one with Jenni JJ, and the other with Scarlot Rose. Both aim to depict the innate relationship we humans have with our natural world.

En-en(Series) update.

It is an update of En-en(Series).
The material is Japanese cypress standing trees and cypress. The size is always in progress, but now it is 12 x 50 x 2.5m.

Metamorphic Won First Place in 2020 ALL Abstraction International Competition


Hanna’s entry named Metamorphic was awarded FIRST Place in Contemporary Art Gallery Online’s 2020 ALL Abstraction International Contest. The “ALL Abstraction” theme is considered to be any art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures.

Founded in 2001, Contemporary Art Gallery Online specializes in the contemporary art form and represents artist with a clear point of view, who is innovative, unique and just plain special!

Invitation -Paint the Lyric


You still have time to enter Ithaca’s new art festival Paint The Lyric.
The festival takes place in Ithaca, the home of The Odyssey, 14-22 September 2020.
Be a part of our story for this, our second year.
What is Ithaca’s Paint The Lyric festival?
The idea is simple:
Take inspiration from Homer’s epic The Odyssey,
And bring it to life in a painting.
Paint The Lyric.
Take inspiration from a character.
Take inspiration from a scene.
Take inspiration from a mood.
Breathe new life into the myth.
If you’re interested in taking part, send us a message here and we’ll give you all the info.
My work is involved in this!!!!

La Galleria, Pall Mall, London – The Summer Show 2020


Landscape Artist Clare Law has been selected to exhibit four artworks during The Summer Show 2020 at the prestigious London gallery, La Galleria. Each painting to be exhibited are scenes to embrace a moment in time that enriches your day. The use of luxurious oil and painting knife create deeply textured artworks that are tangible and complex.

Multicolor art at GAM Torino


Gam is the acronym for Galleria Civica di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea. It is placed in Turin – Piedmont, Italy. This beautiful museum contains very interesting artworks such as paintings, sculptures realized between 1800 and 1900 and aims at always innovate in order to surprise the visitors. So you can admire not only the famous artists Picasso, Kandinsky, De Chirico but also a series of mysterious, enigmatic, original pieces so nice to appreciate. They are starting points for learn new styles. This is a good reason to tell you with this article and some of my pictures the rich culture of this art gallery. I start with the “Composizione T50” by Hartung. The number represents the author’s year birth. The predominant colors (light blu and brown) impact creating a zigzag comparable to a lightning or to the cat scratch. The rhythmic log is repeated in “Labirinto N.11”, created by Carla Accardi characterized by black and white marks. Marks on the other hand in “Superficie 141” by Capogrossi are realized with various elements perhaps clips, pitchforks with a well- defined order similar to Mondrian but more fantastic, transmitting calm but at the same time e exasperation. Capogrossi composed moreover the painting “Superficie 213” with the same meaning of the previous work but with a more emphasized yellow color also used by Veronesi in “Composizione 6 “ distinguished by dynamic lines. Not only exasperation but also anguish, pain are recurring themes presented by Vedova, Appel and Kiefer with their respective artworks “Immagine del Tempo 2”, La Testa del Sole” and “Humbaba”, this last, in black, inspired by a babylonian divinity. According to me the Vedova style is less enigmatic here in Turin than that found in Venice (Magazzino del sale). Enigmatic elements can be found in Spin Disc by Tilson in his pop art. It is notable the Picabia “Le baisier” with two bad people kissing each other, symbols of the society at that time. The black color is present also in the original sculpture “Paesaggio lunare” by Nevelson. Later, proceeding, colors become more light as described by Griffa with the “6 colori” associated to six horizontal brushstrokes (seven if we consider that the first and the last are the same) till to obtain brighting colors presented by Dix in “Untemhaus”, a mix of dadaism, cubism and futurism and by Parmigianni in “Ab Olimpo” inspired by Mantegna and the classical art; a white painting with a light blu iris symbolizing the sky. I think it’s an original artwork, a sort of incarnation of absolute beauty. Don’t miss “Un uccello rosso, rami verdi davanti a tronchi d’albero, “ by Leger so colorful. I would like to finish this presentation with the multicolor flowered painting by De Maria, the “Regno dei Fiori Musicali”, that represents the beauty of Nature with flowers, stars realized with more colors, mainly blu, red and yellow: it seems to transmit this message: art is only joy, art cancels any form of pain. That’s why my heart is full of harmony, peace when I visited a museum such this described. I hope people can as soon as possible visit these sites, because culture is very important. Culture improves our life. it’s better than walking around, play with devices. Only then our mind will be able to get rich. The slide show in the link below refers to artworks mentioned in order.


A great deep tremor from the misfortunes of the coronavirus.

drawing made with cane and black ink on paper

Fair Director’s Pick


‘I was born and raised in Sydney, I have always painted studying art at school. I paint today in 3 mediums Acrylic, Watercolour and Chinese Brush Painting. I was taught Chinese Brush by renowned painter Audrey Quigley and after 20 years of this exacting medium was keen to break free and began painting landscapes with acrylic about 14 years ago.”