Art & Beyond Summer Print Edition Magazine 2019

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art&beyond Vol. 14 • Summer Edition • 2019

market • promote • succeed

Paul Scott Malone

UNTITLED (FLORAL, 04/19). Acrylic on Canvas, 36” x 30”. 2019

Jon Bøe Paulsen ARC Associate Living Master TM

THE GUESTS ARRIVE. Oil on Canvas, 75cm x 115cm. 2019


Vol. 14 • Summer Edition • 2019

CONTENTS Inside Front Cover


Paul Scott Malone

Jon Bøe Paulsen¡

Fine Art • Sculpture • Photography

Paul Scott Malone


H. Allen Benowitz 12

Stephanie Holznecht


Dan McCormack 13

Nicholas H. Teetelli


Diamante Lavendar 13

Jon Bøe Paulsen 10

Ondra Mikl 14

Zhanna Martin 10

Sara Swan 14

Inside Back Cover

Stephanie Holznecht

Back Cover

Herbert Hermans 11

Herbert Hermans

Art & Beyond Magazine is published by Art & Beyond Studio, Inc. and serves as a promotional tool for artists and art event organizers and delivered directly to galleries, museums, and art consultants. The artists presented on its pages are given an opportunity to showcase their work and increase visibility throughout the art sphere and bring their artistic career to the next level or representation.

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Mila Ryk Alina Lampert

Art & Beyond published 8 times a year. Six (6) Online issues and Two (2) Printed Edition Magazines. Distributed to the galleries, museumes and other art related organizations. © All rights reserved

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LA PARED DE FRIDA SERIES PAREDON. Paint on Concrete and Steel Bars. 84” x 60”. 2019

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PANORAMIC VIEW OF HOLES AND SPIRES ON THE PAJARITO PLATEAU. Graphite, Enamel, and Oil on 16 Canvases. 83” x 86”

Paul Scott Malone

UNTITLED (FLORAL, EASTER). Acrylic on Paper, 21” x 21”. 2019

PAUL SCOTT MALONE’s artwork has appeared several times in Art & Beyond, as well as other publications. He is a visual and literary artist whose career now spans three decades. His work has been featured in a number of exhibitions and galleries, and he is the author of three books of fiction. In his paintings, Malone strives to depict, with a purely imaginative vision, the drama and beauty of the natural world in its origins and in its present state, often turning to structures built by human hands to examine how life evolves day by day. In 2017, Malone’s home and studio, in Rockport, Texas, were destroyed by Hurricane Harvey. He and his wife lived as refugees for nine months. Since returning to work early this year, he has largely devoted himself to the task of portraying the warlike violence done not only to the place and its fragile environment, but to the daily lives and emotions of those who experience such a disaster. His florals, on the other hand, depict the simple joys that the Earth can offer during times of tragedy, recovery and resurrection.

SMOKE & NOISE, COMPOSITION MX35 (Unhallow Ground). Mixed Media on Canvas, 32” x 30”. 2000 • 5


Stephanie Holznecht

AURORA BOREALIS. Acrylic, Tempera and Latex Paint on Canvas 24” x 36”

VEILED SECRETS. Acrylic, Tempera and Latex Paint on Canvas, 40” x 30”

STEPHANIE is originally from the Southeast coast of England, immigrating to the USA at the age of nineteen. She attended UW-Whitewater upon arrival, and obtained a BA in graphic design and fine art. She worked as a graphic designer and art director for many years. Although she originally worked exclusively in realism, her current artistic style now centers on abstract art. A lot can be attributed to the many workshops in abstract art she has taken over the years, that inspired her to let go of her minutely detailed realistic artwork, and free herself up to feel art in a more emotionally charged manner. Stephanie’s present style incorporates a number of different paints into each artwork, including: acrylic, fluid acrylic, tempera and latex paint. Stephanie’s mixed media work has inspired her to seek new avenues of inspiration, delving deeper into her emotional center to create more expressive paintings. These paintings have grown ever stronger with each new piece she paints. Each artwork holds a thought or emotion unique to her, as she manipulates the colors across the canvas. A few moves of her utensils creates a window into Stephanie’s core; open and free from outside influences, yet her emotions have their roots there. The finished piece is a complex creation of mixed

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THINK SPRING. Acrylic, Tempera and Latex Paint on Chalkboard, 27.5” x 37.75”

TUTTI-FRUTTI. Acrylic, Tempera and Latex Paint on Canvas, 36” x 24”

emotions, coming together to form a cohesive piece of art. “I invest in the creation of a piece of art to convey what I have inside: my thinking, my emotions, my life, my essence and my soul. It’s also a way I can reach my own desires and essential demands out of life. The inspiration that I take from experiencing life creates a feeling I don’t think, as an artist, I could ever lose.” Stephanie has exhibited at countless venues throughout the USA, including: New York, Miami, Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Laguna Beach, Los Angeles and Sacramento, and extensively in Italy, including: Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice, Palermo and Spoleto. She has also exhibited in Dubai, New Delhi, and London. She has been honored with some prestigious awards worldwide, including a Bronze Award at an exhibition in London England, First Place in Montecarlo di Lucca Italy, two Merit Awards in Palermo and Venice Italy, Best of Show at an exhibition in Chicago, and Juror’s Choice at an exhibition in Sturgeon Bay WI. Stephanie’s art is in the permanent collections of corporate and private establishments worldwide. • • 7

fineart • photography

Nicholas H. Teetelli Fine Art Photography

NICHOLAS TEETELLI is both a published and international awardwinning fine art photographer. He was born in New York City and grew up in lower Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. During the late 1960s, and into the 1970s, the Village was a hotbed of culture and the arts. During this period, Teetelli was introduced to art and photography, developing an interest in what would become his lifelong passion. While rooted in New York City, he also called Europe home throughout his early years. Nicholas Teetelli is primarily self-taught. Over the last four decades, he has learned, developed, and advanced his skills independently, transitioning from serious amateur to professional photographer. He travels extensively throughout the world, and during each

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As a fine-art photographer from New York City, Nicholas Teetelli has spent the past four decades advancing his skills and winning awards both at home and abroad. He travels the world capturing what he sees and has a diverse portfolio including landscapes, architecture, portraits, flora and fauna, underwater, and street photography. His work has been featured at Art Basil Spectrum Miami, the New York ArtExpo, Art San Diego, along with international exhibition events in Vienna, Austria, Bologna, Italy and other locations.

journey, with camera in hand, he records much of what he sees, sharing the impression of his mind’s eye through composition, light play, shape and design. His work is often juried and invited to exhibition in galleries and museums all across the United States, and receiving awards and recognition in international juried competitions, in such places as Moscow, London and Tokyo. His work is often also featured at major art shows like Art San Diego, Spectrum Miami and ArtExpo New York as well at European galleries in Vienna, Austria and Bologna, Italy. He’s also a featured artist on Royal Caribbean’s Azamara Ships in their Artwave shipboard galleries.

ARCTIC LIFE II. 24” x 42” • 9


Jon Bøe Paulsen A Clair Obscure Painter

I consider myself as an never forgotten the rules artist belonging to the and it was useable in oil, group of new realists watercolor and charcoal where the human being as well. One of them was: is looked upon in a new “Don’t be too tough with light and painted strongly you pencil when you draw. FATAL ATTRACTION. Oil on Canvas, 80cm x 100cm. 2019 figurative. The meaning Not too much information of Clair Obscure, in Italian when you catch the chiaroscuro, is light in the darkness. Less light, less color. That is line. Do not underestimate your audience. Your art must go in a some of the reasons why I work with plain and few earth colors and direction where the photography cannot follow”. very seldom part from that rule unless it is absolutely necessary. I’ve

MY BABOOSHKAS. Fired Clay, Acrylic Paint, 16” x 14” x 10” (each)

GABRILLE. Fired Clay, Acrylic Paint, 16” x 9” x 8”

Zhanna Martin I was born and raised in a small town in Russia….what Americans know as “Siberia”. I moved to the United States in 1998 to pursue a career in architecture. But in 2009, with a small child and another baby on the way, I was laid off. I took it as a sign that I needed to change my path in life, and I did. 10 • Art & Beyond • Summer Edition 2019

My clay work focuses on the emotions that make us all human…. and centers on facial expressions as the representation of those emotions. My ideas typically come from a phrase I heard, or a moment I observed.

Herbert Hermans

ILLUSION 2. Oil on Canvas, 80cm x 80cm HERBERT HERMANS was born in 1947 in Voorburg in The Netherlands. Since the end of the 80s, Hermans has been a passionate painter and he owns an atelier in the historic city center of Gouda. His work consists mainly of oil paintings, with his major theme being industrial and cultural heritage. Hermans has followed different courses in acrylic, water media and oil painting, starting in 1985 at the Dutch Art School SKVR in Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The last decade his work mainly is concentrated to oil paintings. The main theme of his work is industrial and cultural heritage. Sources of inspiration for his paintings are abandoned and often ruinous buildings. He records these often before demolition by photographs and sketches. Use of colour and use of light make his paintings special events. Dark disconsolateness is changing into light and warmth. Regularly he adds characters into his paintings who provide another or an extra dimension to the image, like brides, monks and observers. The tension in their relation is sometimes nearly tangible. Besides the oil paint for the top layers he mostly uses acryl paint as ground-colour or priming. In several paintings he has used gold foil, acryl modelling and glazing gel. Herbert was nominated in 2014, 2016 and 2018 for the title for the Dutch title 'Painting of the year’. He won the title 'Artist of the Month' in April 2017 and in October 2018 he won the 2nd price of the professional jury at the Annual Dutch Art Fair in Amsterdam. Hermans has had exhibitions in eight countries in Europe, in the USA and China. His works have been published in many art books and his artwork has been published and sold worldwide.

DESTINATION REACHED. Oil on Canvas, 60cm x 80cm • 11

fineart • photography

H. Allen Benowitz

GO FLY A KITE. Jardin Town, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Photography.

PARROQUIA ARCHANGEL CHURCH. Jardin Town Square San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Photography.

H. ALLEN BENOWITZ, self-taught photographer, born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and graduate from business college and migrated to Miami, FL, in the 1960s. He spends time in Burnsville, NC. Mr. Benowitz was invited to Morocco by His Majesty, King Mohammed VI, to photo journal his country’s Moussem de Tan-Tan festival, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site; among exhibitions: Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, Chelsea, NYC, and SpectrumMiami/Art Basel, Miami, FL; gallery appearances in FL, Massachusetts, NY, and NC, the Louvre in Paris. Publications: The ARTnews, Marquis Who’s Who, National Geographic, Art & Beyond, Art Business News, and SE Florida Style & Design. Chosen one of Art Business News’ Top Emerging Artists for 2014. Photo subjects: Nature, wildlife, people, architecture, adventure travel. 12 • Art & Beyond • Summer Edition 2019

LENOIR_R_03-22-19--03AC. 30” x 24”. Edition of 15 LENOIR_R_03-22-19--07AE. 30” x 24”. Edition of 15

Dan McCormack The Nude at Home

In this series, I use traditional 8 x 10 black-and-white film in a homemade oatmeal-box pinhole camera to create wide-angle distortions with the cylindrical focal plane. There is a sense of discovery and joy in this process, as the resulting images are unpredictable and surprising. The familiar becomes unfamiliar, the ordinary extraordinary. By then replacing the black-and-white

values with subtle hues through successive pulling of curves in Photoshop, I interact with and interpret the image. The “Nude at Home” is a subset of a larger pinhole-camera project begun in 1998. In this series, I photograph the model nude in her own home, apartment, or studio, surrounded by her possessions for two-minute exposures. A collaboration between model and photographer, the images attempt to reveal an intimate portrait of the subject.



Diamante Lavendar Diamante Lavendar is an award-winning inspirational artist. Her work has been published in twelve online galleries to date, plus several magazines. Diamante is inspired by nature, spirit and the human condition. Diamante strives to incorporate spiritual elements in her art as well as the human connection to the natural world around us. Diamante uses numerous mediums for her work including colored pencil, acrylic paint, fractal art, photography and digital art. She enjoys creating mixed media pieces the most as she believes they are able to bring a greater depth to each project. Diamante has an art site and she is also an author and has a comprehensive site located at • 13

fineart • sculpture

GUSTAV KLIMT. Acrylic & Tempera on Canvas, 42cm x 32.18cm. 2017

FRANZ LISZT. Acrylic on Wood, 48cm x 39cm. 2018 PLUSH TOY. Acrylic on Canvas 30” x 48”.2019

Ondra Mikl (Don Mirakl)

He comes from the town of Bzenec, situated in a wine area in the Czech Republic. He engages in digital art, automatic drawing, action painting and experiments with various materials.

Sara Swan

The main topic of his work is portraits and a series of mystic visions titled Dítě věčnosti (Child of Eternity). Besides fine art he also works with music. He composed music for the projects Uchožrout (Eareater) and Lunapark.

Sara Swan was originally trained as an illustrator. Since 2007, she has been immersed in more personal work. First, as a figurative artist and now as an abstract painter. She is inspired by the expression of human emotions and seeks to convey them in a medium for others to understand.

At a theoretical level he occupies himself with art history, philosophy, psychology and anthropology.

Sara uses bold colors, along with undulating shapes and infuses them with feelings, both dark and light. She uses a wide array of materials including oils, acrylics, graphite, and wide brushes. Sara’s recent work can be seen in Voyage LA and the soon to be published Contempto Annual.

He teaches art and IT at a grammar school in the town of Strážnice.

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Stephanie Holznecht

GOLDEN DRAGON. Acrylic, Tempera and Latex Paint on Canvas, 36” x 24”

Herbert Hermans

ILLUSION 4. Oil on Canvas, 80cm x 80cm