Irene Koroluk

Born in: 1965, Melbourne, Australia
Lives in: Taroona, Tasmania
Describe your art in three words: Intricate, layered, tactile
Education: Master of Environmental Studies (University of Tasmania),  Bachelor of Fine Arts (University of Tasmania)
See More Work: https://www.irenekoroluk.com/

Out There - Bleach painting, free motion machine stitching, fabric, batting, thread, shellac ink, 90 x 90 cm

“My artistic practice is rooted in my profound connections with the natural environment. My work seeks to encapsulate and unveil the sense of wonderment, diversity and beauty inherent in wild and remnant habitats. Extremely drawn to fragile and threatened landscapes, I am committed to imparting the value and significance of appreciating and safeguarding the remaining habitats of importance."

What themes does your work involve?
Mostly Australian native landscape diversity, beauty and fragility.
Describe your creative process.
Before commencing any work, I attach canvas or fabric to an underneath layer of bag batting using free motion stitching in a repeated pattern. This repetition allows me to get into the right creative head space. Once complete, my first starting point is always a tree or a plant. From there I add more and more foliage, working from foreground to background. My work is improvisational, with no outlines or sketches. As I often work blind due to scrunching up my work to fit it in between the sewing machine arm and bed, a lot of time is taken balancing and rebalancing the design. I know a work is finished when I stop wanting to add or unpick content.
What influences your work? What inspires you? Why do you make art?
My work is influenced by the materials and the facilities I have available on hand when I start a piece. Upholstery thread colours, and bag batting I require are not always available, so I need to work within those confines. Content wise, my work is inspired and influenced by my encounters with the natural world, places I explore and travel to. My work is also informed by my environmental background, interest in conservation and plant diversity, and by my place of residence which borders a ravine with towering eucalypts and native species. I make art because I get a real buzz and validation from selling my work, getting into art prizes and being published. It is also about healing and accomplishment. I've also always had an inner compulsion to scribble.
What is good art? What makes a piece of art great?
Good art to me is work that makes me go 'wow'. It often uses techniques or materials I have not come across, or made by someone whose mastery of technique and workmanship is out of the ordinary. It is work that makes me want to ask questions including how on earth did they do that? It is work that I want to marvel at, spend time with, and stirs my soul. Good art to me is often unique with unusual or difficult content. Good art can evoke emotions of discomfort, happiness, and admiration of beauty. Great art is art that you see and never forget, it is art that speaks to you. Louise Bourgeois's spiders, William Rickett’s Aboriginal sculptures, Rew Hanks lino cuts to name a few. It is work on your bucket list that you want to see before you die; and when you see it, it makes you more whole.
What is the role of the artist today?
Being an artist allows me to share my love of the natural world and hopefully inspire people to go out and be enriched by it. It allows me to continually learn and improve, expand my imagination and keep my brain healthy. Art chose me through luck, being able to draw, and being in the right places at the right times. Art in contemporary society should have many roles including: community engagement and inclusion through community-based art; cultural, aesthetic and individual enrichment; and social and political education and activism.

 


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Wen Redmond

Born in:1950'2/NJ
Lives in: Strafford, NH
Describe your art in three words: sensitive experimental photography
Education:BA Mansfield State University
See More Work:  https://www.wenredmond.com/

“My works centers around bringing the outside in. Bringing my sense of delight and appreciation of the natural world to viewers through my art.”

What themes does your work involve?
I continue to investigate the digital world but also imaginative presentations that add to the pioneering exploration of my media and give my work edge. Each work is unique and created individually.
Describe your creative process.
I experiment, looking for new and inventive ways to take my work to the next level, printing on unique or unconventional media, displayed in various ways. Each presentation adds to the pioneering innovations and give my work edge. My techniques can be further investigated in my books- Digital Fiber Art and Other Mixed Media Masterpieces, and my new book, Explorations with Collage! Merging Photographs, Paper & Fiber (https://schifferbooks.com/products/explorations-with-collage?_pos=1&_sid=4f6fd3f09&_ss=r) and an online workshop with Fibre Arts Take Two in August (https://www.fibreartstaketwo.com/courses/wenredmond/?fbclid=IwAR39opvUL8DV3GjYcJbxIIZlWF9xdLxQwYT-yImHR4sg_G15cMvZDIBz_Yo ).
What influences your work? What inspires you? Why do you make art?
My works centers around bringing the outside in. Bringing my sense of delight and appreciation of the natural world to viewers through my art. Manipulating photographs and creating digital images is a huge part of my artistic motivation. I experiment, looking for new and inventive ways to take my work to the next level, printing on unique or unconventional media, displayed in various ways. Each presentation adds to the pioneering innovations and give my work edge. Every work generates an artistic tension, followed by the excitement of the actual creation of the work. A dialogue is started, and the work becomes real.
What is good art? What makes a piece of art great?
Art comes from awarness. Making my art allows me to tap into levels of perception, becoming more aware, more conscious, & more grateful. I’ve loved photography my entire life. This brings a tender sensitivity to one’s surroundings. An eye. Sometimes, I look with intention, focusing on everything with the possibility of creating a composition. And sometimes it just happens. A quick glance becomes the image for a future work. These moments are my well, my source. I bring that energy into my art making, to communicate the positive. Creation gives me ideas. My passion is to put them into art.
What is the role of the artist today?
As yeast to leaven the culture.

Wen's work has traveled the US, UK, Europe, Japan, and Australia, and is part of the permanent collections of Marbaum, San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, CA, Maria V. Howard Arts Center, Rocky Mount, NC, Visions, CA, New England Quilt Museum, and private collections.
She has been featured in numerous magazines and books including her own published books, Digital Fiber Art and Mixed Media Masterpiece and new book with Schiffer Publishing - Explorations with Collage- Merging Photographs, Paper and Fiber.
She currently splits her time between North Carolina and New Hampshire.

 


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Noémie L. Côté

Born in: 1980, Canada
Lives in: Ottawa, Canada
Describe your art in three words: Happy textured landscapes
Education: Undergraduate in Ceramics at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
See More Work: https://noemielcote.com/

"Looking at my work you are at once hit by the sugar-pop of colour that reimagines the landscapes I bring to life on canvas. It’s hard not to be swept along in the bounce of my thick textured paint strokes and moved by the sheer joy that emanates from the rich oil colours. I specialize in vibrant landscapes that captures the essence of a scene, and leaves the observer uplifted."

What themes does your work involve?
I paint landscapes to capture the essence of being in nature—those moments when the sun shimmers off the water, the warmth of a sunset, or the wind gently rocking the trees
Describe your creative process.
I immerse myself in nature as much as possible, capturing moments through photography. Recalling the emotions, I sketch, ink, and paint using thick, buttery oils. The pre-mixed oil paints remain un-muddled, applied with bold strokes resembling butter icing. I paint without layering, preserving the texture and tiny ridges left by the brush. Strokes are applied side by side, leaving space for the underpaint to shine through, imparting a sense of underlying light to the artwork. The vibrant colours are refreshing and never appear overworked or overly detailed, encouraging viewers to engage their imagination rather than expecting a realistic reproduction. I often work in small series, exploring a location or scene across various canvas sizes and colour variations.
What influences your work? What inspires you? Why do you make art?
The biggest influence on my work is nature. Having lived on different continents and traveled extensively, I've come to appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of each region. Nature evokes an immense feeling of peace and inner joy that I aim to capture in my paintings. My artistic style has been influenced by the Canadian Group of Seven and Impressionist founders such as Claude Monet. I create art because of a strong inner need to express myself creatively. Art is my self-expression, and without it, I feel incomplete. It's my way of sharing joy and uplifting others.
What is good art? What makes a piece of art great?
Today's art acts as a catalyst for change, with artists creatively expressing themselves and serving various purposes, such as reflecting societal values, contributing to cultural preservation, providing entertainment, and adding beauty to spaces. Personally, as a young child, creating art served as a form of communication and therapy. Art opens your mind and can elevate your spirit.
What is the role of the artist today?
One of the most important roles of the artist is to tell stories, documenting the events and memories of today in a lasting and meaningful way through art. I see an artist’s greatest purpose as being able to inspire others, passing the torch to the next generations the way my mentors passed it on to me.

 


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Isabel Herrera

"The images I capture reveal my dreams, my fairy tale; that irrational language that feeds my spirit; an illusory encounter with myself, where I revisit my childhood, and where ordinary experiences become poetry. In stillness, I have found life to be a succession of vanishing, ephemeral moments."

Music - Polaroid photograph composition Ea 3.5 x 4.2 in.

Isabel Herrera is a contemporary instant photographer and artist who lives and works in Guatemala City. Herrera’s works portray serenity and nostalgia and that which is also ephemeral, vaporous and impermanent.

From a deep state of quiescence, Herrera has come to understand that life is a succession of vanishing and fragile moments. While trying to remain in the now, detached from all things banal, she has found her own way, searching to preserve fragments of time. Instant photography has enabled her to mindfully cherish these moments in complete stillness, in presence. It is how she finds contentment. The Polaroid SX70 and its experimental possibilities have allowed her to capture these fragile and evanescent instants always through shades and veils of haze. Herrera has found a muse and inspiration in nature, and her deep connection to it is reflected in her images. The Polaroid emulsion lifting technique she continuously works with is the way she can convey vulnerability, sensitivity and fragility of life. From the moment each emulsion is attached to organic cotton paper, it acquires its own unique form and personality. The wrinkles, folds and tears form an allegory of the human experience and existence; scars, grief, pain. These apparent imperfections simultaneously assure strength, hope and resilience; a sense of gratitude of being here and now.

Isabel Herrera has showcased works at Guatemala’s Sol del Rio Contemporary Art Gallery, Juannio’s annual Contemporary Latin American Art Auction, and internationally acclaimed Instant Photography Festivals in Germany, France, Italy and the UK. She was also invited to be a guest speaker and exposer at the First International Experimental Photography Festival in Barcelona Spain in January 2020, and a guest judge to Guatemala’s Universidad Francisco Marroquín Design Week 2020.

Untitled - B&W Polaroid photograph 3.5 x 4.2 in.
Untitled - Polaroid photograph 3.5 x 4.2 in.
Matilisguate - Polaroid photograph 3.5 x 4.2 in.
Self Portrait - Polaroid photograph 3.5 x 4.2 in.
Confinement - Original Polaroid BW SX70 film
Sueños Lúcidos - Polaroid SX70 film
Untitled - Polaroid Emulsion lift. Polaroid 600 film
Self Portrait - Polaroid BW 600 film
Inhale - Polaroid 600 Color Film

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Veronica Shimanovskaya

“According to Joseph Beuys, art is a science of freedom. Not only that but it's a different reality that requires slowing down and looking. Just as a ray of light falls askance at some well-known object, and makes it look different.”

Alphabet Yes - Performance, Digital Photograph 180x78 cm

Dr. Veronica Shimanovskaya is a St. Petersburg-born, New York-based, multidisciplinary, award-winning artist with advanced degrees in art, architecture, and theatre.

Grounded in classical training, Shimanovskaya adeptly navigates the realms of painting, sculpture, sound, and video. While expanding her practice to include conceptual art, installation, and moving image, she remains steadfast in her commitment to painting. Veronica's exploration of mixed-media installation flourished during her pursuit of a Professional Doctorate degree at UEL, under the guidance of avant-garde filmmaker Professor John Smith and Turner Prize-winning sculptor Grenville Davey.

Drawing from metaphysics, Veronica endeavors to capture the pure subjectivity at the intersection of the personal and societal. Her artistic experiments involve the interplay of materials to construct the reality of her fictional worlds.

Since the 1990s, Shimanovskaya has exhibited internationally, gracing museums and galleries in Japan, Finland, the UK, France, Italy, Russia, and Mexico. Key highlights include her participation in the 57th, 58th, and 59th Venice Biennale, Thessaloniki Art Week 2018, London Art Week 2016, and World Art Dubai 2022. Notable accolades include the 2019 Mayor of Kobe Art Award and Certificates of Merit from the Luxembourg Art Award in 2021 and 2022. Her works find a place in both private and institutional collections.

Beyond her canvas pursuits, Veronica is a curator, designer, playback theatre actor, and a poet member of the British Haiku Society. She is the founder of EphemerEye, an online video art showcasing platform that provided live exhibiting opportunities for time-based media from 2017 to 2023.

Vicissitudes - Painting, Sculpture, Video, Installation 4x8m
Dreaming of Andy and the Times Changed - Still from Digital Video
Waiting - Multimedia Installation 5x10m
Befogged - Digital Photograph 36x24 in.

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Ana Backhaus

“I try to capture the human experience, the relationship between my subjects and their environment, with a blend of depth, quirkiness, and meticulous attention to detail. I embrace ambiguity and like to ignite curiosity, leaving room for interpretation. I delve into subtle nuances, leading to introspection.”

Graceful Simplicity - Digital File, €250

Ana Backhaus, a Portuguese photographer specializing in documentary, family, and wedding photography, is currently based in Dubai. Her passion for the art of photography is deeply intertwined with her love for artistic expression and the entire photographic process, driving her to consistently seek ways to enhance her creative insight.

As a devoted visual artist, Ana excels in the intricate tasks of capturing and editing images with meticulous attention to detail. Firmly believing that every individual possesses a unique story, she is wholeheartedly dedicated to creatively conveying these narratives through her work.

Through the lens of her camera, Ana endeavors to immortalize genuine moments, emotions, and connections, highlighting the distinctive qualities of each subject. Her ultimate aim is to craft timeless images that not only artistically showcase the beauty of real-life moments but also evoke a profound sense of nostalgia and authenticity.

Ana is proud to be acknowledged as an award-winning photographer and expresses gratitude for the opportunities that have allowed her to showcase her talent. Leveraging a combination of technical expertise and artistic vision, she strives to produce images that deeply resonate with viewers, leaving a lasting impression.

Throughout her artistic journey, Ana derives joy from the process of capturing moments and transforming them into a cherished archive of memories.

The Flowy Hair - Digital File, €250
The Girl and The Bucket - Digital File, €250
Elevating Joy - Digital File, €250
The Blue Umbrella - Digital File, €250

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Olga Kovtun

"Art, for me, is life. An inner, deeply intimate space. Without borders between the inner and external world. No entrance, neither exit. Everything exists only a single moment on paper. This is a great symphony; going towards the inconceivable surprise. An interesting, enjoyable game.”

Green Way - Pastel/ acrylic on paper 152 x 160 cm

Personal Exhibitions

1998/2004  Russian Federation, Krasnodar, State Art Museum 

1998/1999  Germany, Nordhausen / Sonderhausen, Regional Art Exhbitions

2000 - 2003 Germany, Gallery Kalinka,Weimar, Leipzig 

2004  The Netherlands, Gallery Brunstingerhof, Beilen

2005  The Netherlands, Gallery Artisjok, Tjerkwerd

2006  The Netherlands, Pictura Art Society, Groningen

2007  Russian Federation, Gallery 7 Kartien, Krasnodar 

2008  Germany, Gallery ‘Gewerk’, Erfurt

2008  Ukraine, ‘New Pastel’, Kiev

2008   Russian Federation, State Art Museum, Krasnodar

2009   Russian Federation, Gallery ‘7 Kartien’, Krasnodar

2013   Russian Federation, Gallery ‘Zikade’, Krasnodar

 

Group Exhibitions

1990  Germany, 'New Names', Erfurt, 

1990  Russian Federation, Vladikavkaz, National Art Museum Ossetia-Alania Republic

1992/3 Russian Federation, Central House of Art, Moskou

1992  Germany, 'Kunst aus der Kuban', Karlsruhe 

1994 - 1998 Russian Federation, Art Group 'Facade', Krasnodar, 3 exhib.

1997 Russian Federation, Modern Art in North Caucasus, Maikop 

2004  Germany, Berlin-Charlottenburg

2005, 2006  Germany Tempelhofer Feld, Berlin

2012 Germany, Kreis Sparkasse Exhibition Hall, Nordhausen

2013 Russian Federation, State Art museum, Krasnodar

2013 Russian Federation, Art Biennale, Krasnodar

2014 Russian Federation, State Art museum, Krasnodar

2014 Austria, Gallery‘ Daliko’, Krems

2014 Russian Federation, National Association of Artists, Krasnodar

2015 Russian Federation, State Art Museum, Krasnodar

2020 The Netherlands, Art Arnhem, Arnhem

 

Exhibitions

2008  The Netherlands, Art in Ahoy, Rotterdam

2013/4 The Netherlands, Annual Dutch Art Fair, Amsterdam

2016 Russian Federation, National Association of Artists, Krasnodar

2018 The Netherlands, Art at the Ee, Woudsend

2020 The Netherlands, ART ARNHEM, Arnhem

2020 The Netherlands, Kunstation (Artstation), Uden

2020 The Netherlands, Mick Art Gallery, Emmen

 

Education

1970 Master of Fine Arts, Kuban University, Art Faculty, Krasnodar, Russian Federation

1979 – 1992 Masterclasses, House of Art, Moscow, Russian Federation

Melancholy - Pastel on paper 152 x 123 cm
Last but not least - Pastel/ acrylic on paper 150 x 120 cm
Honey - Pastel on paper 150 x 120 cm
Light house - Pastel on paper 150 x 130 cm

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Liyuan Liu

Insight - Oil and mixed media on canvas 275 x 150 cm $130,000

Liu Liyuan graduated from the Department of Dyeing and Clothing department at Tsinghua Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. She loves painting and began to learn it during her childhood. Liyuan has completed research on classical and modern art and has excelled in studying figure painting. Now living in Vancouver, Liyuan has studied under the famous oil painter Xue Yanqun and the Chinese painting and calligraphy master Liang Zhaotang for many years.

Liyuan is also engaged in the application work of art advancement to famous schools in North America, helping students apply for prestigious schools in North America and Europe and has many years of experience with a 100% success! Her students have won many awards in the World Cup Art Drawing Competition and continuously published professional art guidance articles in the media such as Metropolis Daily, Global Chinese News, Afar, and Altitude, as well as accepted personal interviews.

In 2017, Liyuan did personal interviews with the columns of Canadian City TV "Elegance" and "Dating in the City." At the same time, she has been invited to give lectures on the Canadian Chinese Radio "Art Special Interview" and "Live Broadcast of the Guidance Series of Prestigious Art Schools". 

In 2021 and 2022, she participated in the Vancouver artist group exhibition with five works. Liyuan's oil paintings have won awards in Switzerland; her watercolor works have also won awards on online exhibitions in the United States; her works have also been published in the well-known French artist magazine "Circle Quarterly Art Review."

Still Life Homer in Louvre - Oil on canvas 48 x 63 cm $9,000
Floating - Oil on canvas 129 x 86 cm $19,000
Read Picasso - Oil on canvas 60 x 90 cm $17,000
Bubble - Oil on canvas 170 x 135 cm $86,000
Studio - Oil on canvas 210 x 145 cm
The Mask - Oil on canvas 145 x 127 cm
Nirvana - Oil on canvas 220 x 88 cm
Butterfly - Oil on canvas 154 x 110 cm
Lay Out - Oil on canvas 156 x 120 cm

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Yuqian Sun

"My art practice is derived from doll photography, which I started practicing when I was a kid. Inspired by the visual beauty of these mass-produced toy dolls in real life, my paintings discuss the cultural context of the meaning behind objects that are artificial imitations of human beings.”

Gem in Their Eyes No.4 "White Opal" - Oil on paper 44 x 72 cm

Yuqian Sun was born in Shenzhen, China, in 1997. At the age of 14, her long journey of studying abroad began. After graduating from Idyllwild Arts Academy in California, she earned her BFA degree at the University of Michigan in 2019. 

Yuqian's career as a professional artist has never been derailed. At the age of 21, Yuqian published her original photography book and held her first personal exhibition. By now, her work has won prizes in multiple international art competitions and has been recognized by professional galleries, museums and art foundations in Europe, the United States, Japan and China.

Yuqian's art practice is derived from her photography works, which she started practicing when she was a kid. It was a pure hobby at first, but turnt into a long and comprehensive method of creation that carries her aesthetics. she aims to turn these externally lifeless models into internally living objects. Her work creates a poetic space that makes people reconsider where the borderline of life and lifelessness is.

Yuqian studied and experimented with traditional mediums, striving to refine her painting style into unique authorship. In her doll portrait series "Artificial Fairies" and "Gem in Their Eyes", she keeps looking for the ideal doll in the images she created. 

Watercolor is the medium Yuqian has studied the most in the past nine years. The emotional intensity that emerges in the poetic flow of translucent color is the reason of her obsession with the medium. When working on representational paintings with watercolor, Yuqian imagines capturing a solid form with intangible materials like water and light. Yuqian has learned to be confident yet humble to cooperate with water instead of controlling it. Water-flow calms her down, teaches her to be honest with herself, and brings her inner world onto paper.

Artificial Fairies No.9 "Listener" - Watercolor and ink on paper 41 x 60 cm
Gem in Their Eyes No.1 "Pigeon's Blood" - Oil on canvas 90 x 130 cm
Artificial Fairies No.5 "Please Don't Go" - Watercolor and ink on paper 41 x 60 cm
Artificial Fairies No.8 "Intermission" - Watercolor and ink on paper 41 x 60 cm

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Pinar Ture Gursoy

"The artworks by contemporary Turkish artist Pinar Ture Gursoy are immediately charged with feeling and deep emotion. Her expression is figurative and the subjects of her paintings are described in a beauty that is not only corporeal but also metaphysical. "
- Curator Francesca Brunello

Melancholic - Oil on canvas 90 x 90 cm

Pinar Ture Gursoy is a portrait, figurative and abstract figurative painter and photographer who was born in 1965 in Istanbul. She has been in many group and solo exhibits and auctions in various Turkish cities and abroad in Tokyo, Lucern, Zurich, Deventer, Venice, Napoli, Milan, Marakkesh, Thessaloniki, Tiran, London, Fuerteventura, Tolentino, Pennsylvania etc... Some of her works are included in the collection of TEV (Turkish Education Foundation) and Portart by Hakan Körpi/ UPSD, Museum of Tolentino in Italy for Biennial BIUMOR. Pinar currently lives and works in her own atelier/homestudio in Istanbul.

Pinar was shortlisted among thousands of international competitors and works at the UK- « VAO Visual Art Open 2021 Art Awards », where she participated with a single work. In the NNC (No Name Collective Gallery) Collective 2021 contest, Pinar chosen by the curators to the shortlist for the 1st level and she also published in NNC Gallery UK November Issue 2021 Art Magazine, October.

Pinar Ture Gursoy’s two artworks were selected for Exhibition of “Blue Competition and Exhibition” in the USA at December 01-31, 2021. She one of the 100 finalists in the WWAB/World Wide Art and Artavita Online 50th Contest Santa Barbara, USA February 17th, 2022. She was selected as 1 of 10 selected artists who participated in the 50th Contest on Artavita Online Santa Barbara, USA March 23rd, 2022.

Pinar was awarded Bronze at CamelBackGallery.com Faces 2022 International Juried Painting Competition 

Camelback Art Gallery Scottsdale, AZ, USA April,25 2022. 

In 2022, she was invited by Founder and Owner Myrina Tunberg for ‘Art Ideal Magazine’ Volume 2  March 2022 CFA/ Circle Foundation for the Arts  https://circle-arts.com/artideal-2/

Nude on Blue - Oil on press canvas & imitation gold leaf 20 x 20 cm
Les Filles - Oil on canvas 100 x 120 cm
À la Plage - Oil on canvas 100 x 80 cm
Awakening - Oil & Fusain on canvas 120 x 100 cm

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