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1340 ART MAGAZINE 2019//Q1

Ale Rambar

$19.99 USD


Issue #11 Q1 2019

Cover Ar t by Ale Rambar Discovery More on pg. 47

1340 Mission Statement: Since its founding, 1340 Magazine has been a platform for artists you’ve heard of and artists you should get to know. Through our print editions and online presence we are building a community of artists and connoisseurs from all over the world, and showcasing a diverse collection of styles, influences, and processes.

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E D IT O R ’S NO TE Welcome to our first edition for the year! Last year we experienced a lot of growth in the 1340Art world, and we are incredibly proud of the effort our ever expanding team, and our wonderful featured artists have put into their work for each edition, as well as for the 1340Gallery. We would like to also take this opportunity to thank our 1340Foundation for all the donations made to provide support to the various art-related charities through the year. The growth in our readership has been exponential, and we would like to thank our readers, all lovers of art, all around the world, for their valued support. We promise this year will be an even more exciting, exhilarating one! So we invite you to stay for the ride and enjoy the journey with us, as we continue to break barriers in the art world.

I thought it would be great to start the year off with a bang, and therefore decided we would focus greater attention on installation artwork and sculptures; selecting more of this style of work for our Q1 2019 edition. The focus on how the viewer experiences the work, and the desire to provide an intense experience for them, is a dominant theme in installation art. Although in this issue we’re only bringing it to you on the printed page, we imagine you will still indulge your senses, and delve deeply into the experience and quality of each piece chosen. We hope to bring it to life for you all, ensuring our readers enjoy viewing it as much as we have had the privilege to.

Roy Owh, Editor in Chief


DIRECTORY

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Mariaan van den Berg marihaan.myportfolio.com

Careshia Steenkamp

careshiaesperanza.wixsite.com/ crayc-studio

Frank Keiren frankkeiren.com

Annika Hagen annikahagen.info

Jason Wilkinson jasonwilkinsonart.com

Gretchen Schreiber instagram.com/ ____.gretchen.____

Anne Jillett ellisroadfibreart.com

Kathr yn Johnson bykathrynjohnson.com

Talita Zaragoza talitazaragoza.com

Katarzyna Kot-Bach kotkart.lu

Stephen Francis Griffin instagram.com/sfgriffin

Carl van Wijk carlvanwijk.com

Cora Kim mikaroc.com

Susan Skuse susanskuseart.com

Leonardo Vasconcellos Zahar instagram.com/ leozahar fotografias

Ingrid Dorner ingrid-dorner.art

Russell Donkin

instagram.com/russell donkin photography

Felix Fiore instagram.com/felix.fiore

Deborah Nor ton nortonart.gallery

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Carlos Davila Rinaldi davilarinaldi.com

Beatriz Ar teaga Pitzenbauer puntoartedigital.es

Julie Edmunds julieedmundsartist.com

Briant Rokyta briantrokyta.com

Steele Parker instagram.com/stainless2727

Julia Eichler werk-halle.de

Benjamin Debayle khatfaktory.com

Dana Hursey fineart.hursey.com

Julieta Castañeda Morán julietacasmor.com

Wúbingténg instagram.com/johnson_0315

Tatenda Mutseyekwa instagram.com/tatendart Lucas Lombardo & Damien Favale lucaslombardo.art

Milica Mišic instagram.com/milica.icon_art

Cédric Léonard iamcedricleonard.com

David Escobar frescogd.com

Katrín Matthíasdóttir katrinmatth.wixsite.com/kata

Dorota Makula dorotamakula.com

Aku Aalto instagram.com/akuaalto

Arnas Špakauskas

instagram.com/nocolorphotography


Who’s who, and where to find them.

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Nigel Smith nigelsmithart.com

Rose Watson

instagram.com/rose_watson_ artist

Philipp Reinhardt

instagram.com/nacho_mamba

Alejandro Aboli alejandroaboli.com

Chénshimin

www.facebook.com/ simplyminchen

Farzin Foroutan farzinforoutan.com

Libby Saylor libbysaylor.com

Larr y Graeber larrygraeber.com

Gonee

instagram.com/koreagonee

Ale Rambar alerambar.com

Christine Knutsson christineknutsson.com

Thierr y Tran instagram.com/Tran.thierry

Stefan Neacsu neacsustefan.ro

Anja Wülfing anjawuelfing.de

Alf Christian Hvaring

instagram.com/alfchristian hvaring

Vicky Mar tin vickymartinphoto.co.uk

Michel Leroy

editions.michelleroyphoto.com

Mario Molins mariomolins.com

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Baptiste Bianciot baptiste.bianciot.com

Sekizesekiz instagram.com/sekizesekiz

Niklas Ericson niklasericson.com

Jiin Ahn jiinahn.com

Yvonne Schäfer instagram.com/yvonneschaefer

Adam Goldberg trufcreative.com

Linda Liebe Lang instagram.com/lindaliebelang

Marie Delany instagram.com/mariedelany009

Rober t Kamnatnik robertkamnatnik.com

Kyle A. Miller kyle-a-miller.com

Alissa Davies alissadavies.com

Eigirdas Scinskas eigirdas.com

Lucas V. Biagini lucasbiagini.com

Michael Francis Ryan michaelfrancisryan.com

Scott Rutter instagram.com/scottrutter007

Rin Otoguro rinotoguro.wixsite.com/rin5art

Laimute Varkalaite behance.net/laimutevarkalaite

Kerr y O. Furlani kerryofurlani.com


MARIAAN VAN DEN BERG Four Friends (Above) 3D Collage - 60 x 40 x 25 cm

Cats Have Nine Lives (Right) 3D Collage - 82 x 35 x 12 cm

Mariaan’s work is situated in ‘Object Oriented Philosophy’- Looking for the’ Soul of the Thing’. It questions human dominance, which forms a direct contrast in the way we consider objects. It proposes an alternative perception where we would admit that ‘Things’ are more than we perceive them to be. Themes in her work include power relationships, the meaning of dominance, and the idea of being human in a world filling up with non-human intellectual entities. Is it possible to join creative forces with ‘Things’ like AI (Artificial Intelligence), or will we continue to think about ‘us’ and ‘them’?

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big blue portrait

Careshia Steenkamp - Sunflower Love Digital Art & Hand Drawn Illustration - 21 x 19.7 cm

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Frank Keiren - On My Mind Oil - 100 x 160 cm

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Annika Hagen - Ar twork #1 Photography - 29.7 x 42 cm

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Jason Wilkinson - Louis (Left) Jason Wilkinson - Succubus (Right) Coloured Pencil, Hanji, & Acrylic on Paper - 21.6 x 27.9 cm each

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Gretchen Schreiber - FYEO Window Tint, Mirror, & 3D Printed Plastic - 30.5 x 20.3 x 20.3 cm

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ANNE

JILLETT As an emerging artist, Jillett’s work responds to the unique global positioning of the Far North Queensland region in Australia. Influenced by the weaving techniques of indigenous people from this area, her work incorporates natural materials alongside thigh-spun yarn and recycled fabrics. Combining coiled basketry construction with textile techniques, the works present as sculptural items referencing the coastal landscape of the region. Jillett credits Maryanne Tokome for her knowledge in Bilum making that has strongly influenced the development of this weaving technique. Ocean Relic 3 (Left) Ocean Relics (Right) Found Driftwood, Thighspun Yarn, & Stripped Lomandra Grass - 100 x 42 cm

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Guache on Paper - 50.8 x 76.2 cm

Talita Zaragoza - Imaginar y Map III Collage, Ink, & Mixed Media - 29 x 21 cm

Kathr yn Johnson - Banner Peak


KATARZYNA KOT-BACH Perpetual Movement II (Left) Sculpture; Beech - 36 x 36 x 7 cm

Perpetual Motion II (Below) Sculpture; Willow - 156 x 156 x 22 cm

The sculptures of the series “Perpetual Motion� evoke the concept of the continuous development of man and the evolution of humanity. The dynamic force animates a man and ensures his vital energy. Just like our molecular system, in its heart the assembly of atoms constituting a molecule is never stable, always changing, transforming like our body, which changes perpetually, day after day.

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Stephen Francis Griffin - Geisha Tsunami 2 Multimedia on Paper - 50 x 50 cm

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Carl van Wijk - Mt. Fuji Collage - 80 x 60 cm

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Cora Kim - Tiny Cups Porcelain - Each cup 3.8 x 2.5 cm

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SUSAN SKUSE Gala Event (Left) Rainforest Dreaming (Right) Lithographic Ink, Aerosol & Oil on Canvas - 102 x 102 cm each

Skuse lives and works in the Gold Coast Hinterland of Queensland and draws inspiration from the sub-tropical rainforests of the area. Her current series of work brings together a diverse range of influences including Asian philosophy and traditional art, textile pattern, bird-watching and the phenomenology of perception. Susan’s paintings work with layers of color and pattern combined with realistic depictions of Australian birds. The work goes through four processes (at least) Firstly, Skuse creates an abstract color background using vibrant lithographic inks with solvent to create fluid organic effects.Then Skuse works with her ever growing library of custom made stencils - sometimes plant forms, sometimes abstract or classical patterns. Susan then sits back and considers what bird subject it suggests. The final stage is to re-balance the work tonally so that the subjects sit happily with the background.

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Leonardo Vasconcellos Zahar - Josef K. Photography - 59.62 x 89.39 cm

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Ingrid Dorner - Viceversa Analog Photography on Baryte Paper - 40 x 50 cm

Photography

Russell Donkin - Outback Tree

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Felix Fiore - Shadow 1 Silver, Gold, Deer Horn, Oil Painting, & Aquamarine - 23 x 14 cm

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Deborah Nor ton - The Warrior

Deborah Nor ton - Time

Oil & Mixed Media - 61 x 61 cm

Oil & Mixed Media - 61 x 61 cm

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Carlos Davila Rinaldi - Blue Manchu Acrylic & Tar Gel on Canvas - 183 x 121.9 cm

Carlos Davila Rinaldi - Call Me Mellow Yellow Acrylic & Tar Gel on Canvas - 183 x 121.9 cm

Beatriz Ar teaga Pitzenbauer - Children Acrylic on Paper - 160 x 116 cm

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Julie Edmunds - Josei

Mixed Media Mosaic - 121.9 x 61 cm

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BRIANT ROKYTA Dancing with the Moon (Left) Introspection (Right) Oil Pastels on Paper - 50 x 70 cm

Leda Porcelain Artefacts - 33 x 50 x 40 cm

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Photography

Steele Parker - Chicago at Night

Photography

Steele Parker - Central Park, New York

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Julia Eichler - Untitled Oil, Acrylic, & Hair on Canvas - 1250 x 130 x 50 cm

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Benjamin Debayle - Palimpseste 1 (Left) Acrylic & Liquid Silicone - 104 x 116.5 cm

Benjamin Debayle - Palimpseste 3 (Right) Acrylic, Oil, & Liquid Silicone - 104 x 116.5 cm

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DANA HURSEY Asiatic Lily 3 (Left) Photography - 152.4 x 203.2 cm

Heliconia 3 (Middle) Photography - 152.4 x 203.2

Acanthus 1 (Right) Photography - 152.4 x 203.2 cm

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Julieta Castañeda Morán - The Voice of the Soul Acrylic on Wood - 90 x 90 cm

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Wúbingténg - Lurén xúnzhao Advertise Pigment - 14.8 x 21 cm

Oil on Canvas - 65 x 50 cm

Tatenda Mutseyekwa - Grandfather

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Lucas Lombardo and Damien Favale - La vierge Matuidi Collage - 15 x 20 cm

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Milica MiĹĄic - Saint George Egg Tempera on Wood - 26 x 36 cm

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AGENDA

Art Rotterdam

07-10 February 2019 artrotterdam.com Art Rotterdam - hub of the Art Rotterdam Week - celebrates its 20-year anniversary. For this jubilee edition, the fair has sharpened its varied model focused on young art and has put collaboration centre-stage. In a more intimate atmosphere, there is more focus on connection between national and international galleries.

Art Madrid

27 February - 03 March 2019 art-madrid.com Art Madrid celebrates its 14th edition in the Galería de Cristal of CentroCentro Cibeles, an unmissable event with contemporary art that every year has a greater international presence. This year will bring together about 50 galleries from 15 countries, and almost 200 artists who will bring a fresh and updated vision of the world art scene.

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Frieze Los Angeles

art KARLSRUHE

VOLTA New York

Vernice Art Fair

15-17 February 2019 frieze.com/fairs/frieze-los-angeles Frieze is launching a new annual contemporary art fair in Los Angeles, which will bring together around 70 of the most significant and forward-thinking contemporary galleries from across the city and around the world, alongside a curated program of conversations, sitespecific artists’ projects and film. Taking place at Paramount Pictures Studios, the event will have a distinct cinematic setting.

06-10 March 2019 ny.voltashow.com VOLTA New York is a contemporary art fair comprised of solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. By spotlighting artists through solo projects, VOLTA promotes their galleries’ exhibition styles “at home” while refocusing the fair-going experience back to its most fundamental point: the artists and their works.

21-24 February 2019 art-karlsruhe.de/ The art KARLSRUHE offers an extensive range of around 50,000 visitors to the fair, ranging from classical modern art to contemporary art . Over 200 international galleries present their gallery program as well as numerous one-artist shows , flanked by a varied supporting program and the special exhibitions .

15-17 March 2019 verniceartfair.it The Vernice Art Fair is designed specifically for the growth and enhancement of artists and cultural associations. It offers the possibility for established artists to consolidate their success, and emerging artists to cement themselves into the national art scene, with opportunities to establish contacts and cultural exchanges with critics of art, collectors, gallery owners, ad those looking for new talent to invest in.


Cédric Léonard - Horse Power (Top) Digital Collage on Steel - 100 x 150 cm

David Escobar - Dynamic Landscape 4 (Bottom) Acrylic - 20 x 20 cm

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Katrín Matthíasdóttir - I Am 1 Oil on Canvas - 24 x 18 cm

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Dorota Makula - A Blast of Silence Acrylic, Drawing, & Collage - 82 x 64 cm

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Aku Aalto - Resting Mixed Media on Paper - 140 x 85 cm

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A TRANSFORMATION OF THE FUNCTIONAL TO SACRAL.

Arnas Špakauskas - Untitled Composition (Top) Photography - 18 x 16 cm

Morning Railroad (Bottom) Photography - 13.5 x 10.8 cm

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Acrylic & Digital Media - 40 x 60 cm

Rose Watson - Remnants - Forest fire Oil on Canvas - 100 x 150 cm

Nigel Smith - Infinite Streams


Philipp Reinhardt - Three Faces of Insanity Digital Collage - 2027 x 2027 pixels

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I CAPTURE THE DELICATE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN REAL AND IMAGINARY WORLDS

Alejandro Aboli - Red Power (Left) Direct Print on Aluminum Backing - 25.4 x 25.4 cm

Alejandro Aboli - L.A. with 50 Foot Woman Direct Print on Aluminum Backing - 50.8 x 50.8 cm

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ChĂŠnshimin - Calm Bloom Digital - 6500 x 9000 pixels

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Farzin Foroutan - I’m Not Here, Even Not There (Left) Photography - 100 x 70 cm

Libby Saylor - Collage 11 (Right) Mixed Media on Paper - 27.9 x 38.1 cm

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Larr y Graeber - Creatures Oil on Canvas - 124.5 x 106.7 cm

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Gonee - Shih Tzu Illustration - 25 x 25 cm

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By the Sea (Left) 3D Composition Made with Layers of Paper - 58 x 75 cm

Playing with Dolls (Above) 3D Composition Made with Layers of Paper - 120 x 120 cm

Ale Rambar is a Costa Rican artist who’s work is based on the themes of gender, tolerance, respect among us and respect for the planet. These themes are represented by analyzing human bodies topographically, just like a topographer would study mountains, valleys or rivers. For its realization Rambar developed a style that is based on three-dimensional compositions made with layers of paper. Each piece is cut separately, layer by layer and then assembled by hand to create “human topographies�. This is a technique in which the three-dimensionality of the figure, the nature of the material, and its shading under the light, are the elements that give life to each one of the pieces. The use of paper is due to the fragility of the material, which contrasts with the theme of the pieces.

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Christine Knutsson - Sierra Way (Left) Photography - 30 cm

Christine Knutsson - Gasolina (Right) Photography - 30 cm

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Thierr y Tran - Sans Titre Acrylic - 65 x 50 cm

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Stefan Neacsu - Ostrichman

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Wood - 85 x 70 x 30 cm


ANJA WĂœLFING Autokratie 1 (Left) Oil on Magazine Print - 22 x 24 cm

Autokratie II (Right) Oil on Paper Print - 22 x 26 cm

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Alf Christian Hvaring - Gymnast (Above) Monoprint - 30 x 40 cm

Vicky Mar tin - La Souris Femelle (Right) Photography - 27.9 x 40.6 cm

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MIC H EL

L E R OY The Alchemy series is an ongoing collaboration between photographer Michel Leroy and a wide range of professional athletes with varying body types that explores the tension between physicality and identity. The images are simple in form, but rich in ideas and emotions. Each moment captured is a celebration of athletic confidence and vitality at its most pure. Moments of sculptural balance, anticipation and strength define the graceful lines and organic gestures of these vivid Black and White images.

In this figurative series the artist creates body-positive images that are exaggerated and explicit without sexual objectification. By emphasizing form over identity, Leroy seduces the viewer to reveal empathy for body acceptance that transcends the self-image obsession of social media. Alchemy Lm545 (Left) Photography - 91.4 x 121.9 cm

Alchemy Bj13 (Right) Photography - 91.4 x 121.9 cm

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MARIO MOLINS ROGER

Catharsis (Top) Olive Tree - Growing

Hidden Growth (Right) Walnut Wood & Mirror - 40 x 45 x 45 cm

Mario Molins Roger grew up in the field, in direct contact with Nature. Roger found something special and mystical in it, creating a deep love, respect, and feeling of protection towards her. Roger creates “sprout� sculptures that have the tree and wood as protagonists. Roger seeks to create natural poetics through wood. They report the years of more rain or drought, or the territory where the tree lived. Roger lets it speak to discover a whole world.

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Baptiste Bianciot - Hope Acrylic - 66 x 81.3 cm

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Photo Collage - 50 x 50 cm

Sekizesekiz Collagear t - Hat

Photo Collage - 50 x 50 cm

Sekizesekiz Collagear t - Mermaid

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3D Render - 6000 x 6000 pixels

Niklas Ericson - Maybe Not the Best Idea

3D Render - 6000 x 6000 cm

Niklas Ericson - Optimist or Pessimist?

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Let Her be True to Her Roots

Oil on Canvas - 121.9 x 91.4 cm

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JIIN AHN


YVONNE SCHÄFER Olympia’s Stor y: Dungeon (Left) Acrylic, Charcoal, & Watercolor - 42 x 59.4 cm

Olympia’s Stor y: Revenge (Right) Acrylic, Charcoal, & Watercolor - 42 x 59.4 cm

Through art Schäfer seeks telling the ‘untold’, the things we don’t like to talk about, the stories that never happened (or never will have), the atmosphere of a moment lost somewhere in time. Schäfer dares you to think outside the box: To capture the beauty of a horrible scene or the unsettling morbid creeping into your field of vision of a beautiful moment (or at least you thought it was nice, didn’t you?). Somewhere between these two poles life is swaying and a dream can easily turn into a nightmare and vice versa. Art is Schäfer’s way to give a form to these disembodied demons and disarm them.

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Adam Goldberg - 1 of Many (Left) Digital - 1600 x 1600 pixels

Adam Goldberg - Codpiece (Right) Digital - 1600 x 1600 pixels

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Linda Liebe Lang - Atomet Collage - 21 x 29.7 cm


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Acrylic - 42 x 59 cm

Marie Delany - Yukikko and Her Black Cat


Rober t Kamnatnik - Untitled 2 Acrylic on Panel - 40.6 x 35.6 cm

Rober t Kamnatnik - Untitled 3

Acrylic on Canvas - 121.9 x 91.4 cm

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ICAF Creativity and empathy are key attributes of successful learners and leaders. Creativity fuels discovery, originality and invention while empathy brings mutuality, compromise and collaborative innovation. The development of creativity and empathy is thus a precondition for prosperity and peace.

This development must start early because of the right of the child to be creative and empathetic—free from the pervasive “4thgrade slump” in creativity and sectarian tensions that muddy their “mirror neurons” responsible for empathy. The arts can foster creativity and empathy since both are rooted in the arts—children’s universal language. Here at ICAF we plant the seeds of freedom by fostering critical creative thinking and developing mutual empathy. We serve American children as their national arts organization and their peers worldwide as the international arts organization. Our national or global programs and world festivals are free-of-charge and our ChildArt magazine is free of commercial advertisements.

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Kyle A Miller - Impersonal Structures Acrylic & Spray Acrylic on Canvas - 76.2 x 66 cm

Alissa Davies - Wilderness Acrylic on Canvas - 76.2 x 76.2 cm

Eigirdas Scinskas The City of Joy Oil & Mixed Media on Canvas - 140 x 147 cm

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Lucas V. Biagini - Terra (Top) Oil, Acrylic, Wax, & Plasticine Emulsion on Panel - 152.4 x 121.9 cm

Lucas V. Biagini - Salt of the Ear th (Bottom) Oil, Acrylic, Wax, & Plasticine Emulsion on Panel - 152.4 x 121.9 cm

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A MERGING OF EMOTION AND RATIONAL THOUGHT, UNCONSCIOUS INTENTION & CONSCIOUS ACTION.

MICHAEL FRANCIS RYAN Positive Interpretations 2 Concrete, Graphite, & Enamel - 20.3 x 27.9 x 5 cm

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Scott Rutter - Brass and Copper Oil - 40.6 x 50.8 cm

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Rin Otoguro - Main Dish Collage with Existing Images - 10 x 12 cm

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75 | 1 3 4 0 A R T Laimute Varkalaite - Wooden Dragon; Ashberr y Crown Graphite, Recycled Paper, & Digital Art - 27.97 x 21 cm

Laimute Varkalaite - Wooden Dragon; Red Cone Graphite, Recycled Paper, & Digital Art - 27.97 x 21 cm


Kerr y O. Furlani - Fatal Noise Upstairs Slate - 53.3 x 43.2 cm

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