Linda LaBella

“I believe I am a painter's painter. My work is contained chaos in paint; it’s made spontaneously and intuitively. Sub-thoughts, visual memories and interior landscapes guide me to give voice to relationships of color, movement, and paint-images that live in a momentary two-dimensional paint-world.”

Dumbles - Oil on canvas 24 x 24 in. $1,000.

Born in Oyster Bay, New York, Linda LaBella is an artist focusing on painting and drawing. She has been featured in solo exhibits in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Japan, and Mexico. Awarded a full scholarship for an MFA from Stanford University in California, she worked closely with renowned California artists Nathan Oliveira. Earlier in Sacramento, she collaborated with St. Louis artist Oliver Jackson.

During a four-year cultural exchange, LaBella taught art in Guadalajara, Mexico, at the Instituto Cultural Cabañas and at the Tecnológico de Monterrey. She studied Spanish and practiced dressage while also exhibiting and engaging with Mexican artists.

Upon returning to the United States, LaBella was invited to a printmaking residency at CW Post College. Subsequently, she taught printmaking and drawing at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. She continues to draw inspiration from Mexico's history, culture, and birdwatching experiences, hosting open studios in her TRIBECA studio in New York City.

Education
Master of Fine Art, Stanford University, California
Master of Art, California State University at Sacramento
Bachelor of Art, California State University at Sacramento

Hot Pink-plosian - Oil on canvas 40 x 60 in. $4,800
The Taking Stone - Oil on canvas 30 x 30 in. $3,000
Tumbler - Oil on canvas 40 x 60 in. $4,800
The Hidden - Oil on canvas 30 x 30 in. $3,000

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Gabriele Musebrink

An expression of transformation, morphology in painting, birth and death – the intuitive process painting of Gabriele Musebrink reflects natural life processes and scents out in the process of painting the different kinds of material to be deployed as well as the technique.

Change, Serie 4, no. 1 - Fresco-limestone, pigments on canvas 110 x 160 cm

For more than 30 years, German artist Gabriele Musebrink has developed her very distinct style, grounded in informal art and yet transcending it. The results are object-like holograms. The process of the visually represented transformation, becomes part of the painting process itself and belongs to the creation of the painting. 

Change, Serie 2, no. 1 - Fresco-limestone, pigments on canvas 60 x 120 cm
Change, Serie 2, no. 4 - Fresco-limestone, pigments on canvas 60 x 120 cm
Change, Serie 2, no. 3 - Fresco-limestone, pigments on canvas 60 x 120 cm
Change, Serie 2, no. 2 - Fresco-limestone, pigments on canvas 60 x 120 cm

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Patrizia Martiradonna

"My painting is best defined by the painting process itself. I look for a single fixed moment in time in which primary , natural elements transform themselves into substance and form. The images I make are not intentional symbols nor representations of a known physical world."

Until then, Mixed media, 36 x 24 in. $5,000

Patrizia Martiradonna is an Italian artist from Rome (born 1969) now based in California. After moving to Los Angeles in 1992, Patrizia studied fine arts in college and then went on the road. She traveled cross-country making American landscape photography, capturing the contrast between the overpowering, silent expanses of the West and the day-to-day busy mapping of small-town human existence.

Once focusing on the blank canvas, Patrizia found the appeal of the abstract irresistible in painting what realism could only document. Her narrative turned away from familiar forms to the interior, shapeless search for unfamiliar emotional, quiet meaning.

Like a child suddenly in the center of a medieval cloister gone Sci-Fi, Patrizia plays with timeless and unique tones rather than representing the defined or the decodable. Her work, which invites extended viewing, paints shape-shifting spirit with signature color palettes.

Patrizia’s work has been used by production designers in well-known Hollywood film productions and is widely collected. These days she works out of her studio in Marina del Rey.

Let's dance, Mixed media, 36 x 36 in. $6,000
Delighted, Mixed media, 24 x 24 in. $4,000
Sacro, Mixed media, 36 x 36 in. $6,000
Art matters, Mixed media, 20 x 20 in. $3,000

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Oksana Elfouly

“My website showcases paintings of various styles and techniques. Request more information, and I will provide detailed answers to all your inquiries. Welcome to a magical journey into the world of art that can transform the way you perceive artistic expression."

Spaciousness - Digital Media (High-Resolution Print with Unique Technology)

Oksana Elfouly is an emerging Ukrainian artist currently residing in Dubai, UAE, where she is the proprietor and creative force behind Art Studio Oksana Elfouly. Her artistic endeavors predominantly explore the human capacity to harness the mind and inner strength for personal development, delving into the depths of abilities ingrained within the subconscious.

While her focus remains on the intricate interplay of mental faculties, Oksana also finds inspiration in abstraction and simple prints. In her perspective, these elements offer a gateway to the enchanting world reminiscent of childhood, establishing a profound connection with the vitality of nature.

Oksana's artistic portfolio reflects a diverse range of styles and directions, a testament to her penchant for exploring various creative realms. This diversity underscores her inclination towards engaging in different artistic pursuits, a characteristic that shapes the dynamic and multifaceted.

Unconscious - Mixed Media on Canvas
Promotor Fidei - Mixed Media on Canvas
Through the Looking Glass - Mixed Media on Canvas
Lady Autumn. Chords. - Mixed Media on Canvas

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Gorica Jeremic

"I dream of a balanced togetherness, which results from fair interaction and not on the basis of prescribed rules. The positive and brave look ahead stands above everything else. My abstract art represents a fearless journey, telling the most beautiful stories."

Unendlichkeit - Mixed media on canvas 150 x 90 cm

Gorica Jeremic’s life runs dynamically and contains cracks – just like her artwork. She was born in Vienna in 1976 and worked as a manager in various companies until 2015. When she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, she was forced to follow a different path. After a process of self-discovery, Gorica started painting in 2018. Artistry makes her outright herself.

Already in her early life, Gorica was a freedom-loving, independent person. In her search for self-determination, she developed an idiosyncratic style of painting. Her works have their own will, taking the artist on a journey every time.

Gorica works with marble powder and lime putty on canvas, wooden plates or paper. She prepares her colors herself with pigments, oil, egg tempera and chestnuts. Her artworks are a composition of intuition, feelings and observation.

The quality of her artwork is a symbol of success for her. From Europe to the USA to India, art collectors admire and respect her work. Despite her hitherto short creative period, she has already won several awards. (Young Artist Winner 2019, 6th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conferences on Social Sciences and Arts SGEM 2019, Organization: SGEM Conferences Gugliemeo II, Art Now Italy 2020). Gorica Jeremic hosted multiple successful exhibitions in Austria and was part of an Italian group-exhibition.

Egypt 6 - Mixed media on canvas 80 x 160 cm
Côte d‘Azur - Mixed media on canvas 140 x 160 cm
Phoenix III - Mixed media on canvas 60 x 120 cm
Phoenix I - Mixed media on canvas 100 x 100 cm

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