Will Kellermann

The Art of Will Kellermann. The Silkcolorpaintings© of Will Kellermann have their own identitiy. “I like to play with sparkling colours and forms and create my paintings in a professional and spontanious manner. My passion is to create a colourful magical world with emotion and mindfulness”.

Golden Moon - Silkcolor© 90 x 140 cm

Born in the Netherlands, Will Kellermann moved to Switzerland studying Art at several art academies. Will build up her career as a recognized artist with many exhibitions. After 15 years she came back to her home country and developed new techniques and a personal style with her signature Silkcolors©.

"For my paintings, I use high-quality China silk as a canvas. I am a Colorist "pur sang". My deep and rich colours are obtained bij painting layer upon layer of sparkling, transparent colours, a proces in which harmony plays a big role. It is important for me that my work can speak to the emotional life of the observer. The flamboyant Silkcolors© are unique and show light and depth in a brilliant and magical way".

Will's Silkcolors© are often touching at the brim of Symbolism telling tales of the earth, people and the mind. The paintings give a dreamlike view of ordinary things giving them color, letting them sing, making them into something special and enchanting.

Her work has been exhibited in outstanding galleries and museums in Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Russia and The Netherlands. Paintings are held by collectors in Europe, the Middle East, China and America. Many paintings are awarded prestigious, international Awards.

Children of the World - Silkcolor© 55 x 60 cm
Messages from Heaven - Silkcolor© 110 x 110 cm
Questions of life - Silkcolor© 110 x 110 cm
Lines of Mankind - Silkcolor© 110 x 110 cm

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Elahe Jalili

"I am a painter who creates detailed landscape paintings using acrylic paint on canvas. My work is often photorealistic, showing open views of nature. With these pieces, I seek to represent the rich variety of colours and textures of the plants, rolling hills, lakes and more dramatic elements."

Seragah Village, North of Iran - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 80 cm

Elahe Jalili is an Iranian realist painter currently based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Gisoom Forest, North of Iran - Acrylic on canvas 50 x 60 cm
Sunset in Behshahr, North of Iran - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 80 cm
Savadkoh County, North of Iran - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 80 cm
Noor Forest, North of Iran - Acrylic on canvas 50 x 70 cm

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Emiko Aida

"My method of making work is most often a combination of several different materials in one piece. In doing so, I can create wondering movements in the viewer’s eyes, but also layers of emotional and intellectual reactions. In this way, I hope to pass my conscious vibrations to the viewers."

Breeze in Apothecary Garden - Etching on Japanese Mulberry paper and wire 140 x 152 cm

"My method of making work is most often a combination of several different materials in one piece. In doing so, I can create wondering movements in the viewer’s eyes, but also layers of emotional and intellectual reactions. In this way, I hope to pass my conscious vibrations to the viewers.

Black and gold are my main colours and are inspired from old Japanese Temples. These colours are useful tools to express sacred existence. Currently, I am introducing more and more colors in my work in order to achieve harmony like in many religious temples and in nature.

My work is intended to be a prayer’s gate; I use the colours, flowers, light reflections, bell sounds, tube shapes etc, which are essential ingredients for major spiritual practices. Meanwhile, repetition of a subject brings human sensory perception into a transitory field like a mantra and images of architectural tiling. I create this field using multiples in Printmaking with wire sculpture. Contemporary arts have avoided spiritual issues, but the increasing popularity of Yoga and meditation practices reconsider these issues. Quantum Physics Theory is helpful to understanding the invisible world. Undoubtedly, we are living in challenging times now. What can I do in this era as an artist? My consciousness is repeatedly asking this question."

 


 

Emiko Aida is a painter, printmaker and mixed media artist born in Tokyo and currently lives in London. She graduated with an MA from Tokyo University of Arts and the Royal College of Art, London. She is a member of the Royal Society of Painters and Printmakers, London. Her works are exhibited in many private, public and corporate collections including the New York Public Library, Guangdong Museum of Art, China, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Fitzwilliam Museum and the British Museum, UK and HM The Queen, and has been exhibited in Sydney Art Fair, Venice Biennale and London Art Biennale. Her works are also featured in a book, “Printmakers Today” published by Schiffer Publishing (USA).

Portal 1 - Oil painting on canvas and mixed media 150 x 120 cm
Purification - Oil painting and gold gilding on canvas 95 x 90 cm
White Birch - Etching on paper and wire 89 x 51cm
Sakura - Oil painting on canvas 138 x 86 cm

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JeanetteKA

"They say that art is your bridge to reality. A tool to understand what's happening around you. Sometimes the big questions inspire, sometimes the small ones too. I always combine colour, music and thoughts when I paint and then I let the viewer decide for themselves what matters."

Det var en gång - Oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm

Swedish artist, JeanetteKA is mostly self-taught but has also taken courses with Vlademir Kamendys when he lived in Sweden. She has been painting her entire life, besides working as a musician and vocal teacher. Jeanette has worked a lot in scenographic painting for musical shows and exhibited her art around Sweden, recently getting into juried shows.

Her painting technique is oil on canvas, working with a spatula which results in a more sculptural feeling.

Fragil (PM) - Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm
Jorden vi ärvde - Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm
I alla fall vi - Oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm
Acid Kiss (PM) - Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm

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