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BOOMER MAGAZINE | FIRST EDITION | THE NEW ARTIST In the last hundred years humankind has seen unprecedented innovations and changes- from skyscrapers to moon landing to social media to human rights to Art. In this very moment in our society everything moves really fast, time doesn’t seem sufficient anymore, artists seem to find their path much harder, the ongoing changes create a need for a continuous state of Transcendence. The aim of this publication is to find out what’s the trend in contemporary art and to create a dialogue between the artists and the viewers. Editor’s Note. As we’ve mentioned previously, the aim of this publication is to connect artists with a wider audience and to find out what’s the trend in contemporary art. While most of the art collectors are looking to invest in very established artists, buying a work of art from a not so known artist is not a bad investment at all. For this publication we have chosen Picasso as a role model so let’s have a brief look at he’s artistic development in regards to our publication. While in Paris in 1905, Picasso was no different from any other artist and most of he’s works were bought for a purely decorative purpose and not as an investment. One of this works was “Young Girl with a Flower Basket”, purchased by the young collectors Leo and Gertrude Stein for some 200 francs. Over a century later that same work was auctioned for $115 million dollars, an amount that neither Picasso or the Steins would have ever imagined and here we come to my previous remark- you can’t go wrong investing a reasonable amount of money into a work of art that you like, you will be able to enjoy something that you genuinely had a desire for and you might end up with a million dollar artwork in your collection with no effort and no major risk, something that develops on its own, purely on the artist’s own hard work and artistic development. Don’t take my word for it, let’s briefly look at some contemporary artists. Jeff Koons, works valued at some $20000 in the 80’ are now worth over 20 million dollars, the same with Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat, Tracey Emin, David Hockney etc. While we look at this great artists we need to keep in mind that great art can be anything in any form, it doesn’t have a pattern or a standard - From childlike lines to colour spots spread over a piece of canvas to realistic portraits or landscapes to a bed installation to a video to a formless idea- ANYTHING CAN BE ART! Ok, so far so good but what’s the new trend in contemporary art, who is “THE NEW ARTIST”? Everything and anything is the new trend and anyone can be “THE NEW ARTIST”. As we look into my previous mentions, any kind of art style and artistic practice can be very successful so... is not about a particular style or technique, it’s all about the artist- the ability to overcome hard times and critiques while carrying on doing ART. Action is the foundational key to all success.- “Pablo Picasso”.

Editor @Constantin.lll Gallery’s Note.

The path for creating this publication was very exciting and we had a really great time working with so many talented artists. Artist from all around the world are participating in this exciting publication and their works and biographies are truly amazing and inspiring. Kindly note that over 80% of the works are for sale. For any enquires regarding artists, prices, purchase, shipments- you can kindly contact us at email@boomergallery.net or you can contact the artists directly via Instagram (Instagram user name in the bio). Thank you for your attention and we hope you will enjoy reading about the selected artists and their works. Boomer Gallery

TABLE OF CONTENT - BOOMER MAGAZINE - MARCH 2021 Borbala Eszteri John Denniston II Jenny Jiyoung Han Victoria Sevastyanova Selin AYDINOL William Hughes Roberto Grosso Ekaterina Demenina Zoe Antona Ana Maria Guta Anna Wiesinger Calli Rae Vincenzo Cohen Alberto Magrin Joyce Camilleri Mckenna Geffers Ann Huang Franziska Ostermann Sarah Waters Sabrina Barrera Shuko Kawase Tiziana Rasile Adam Starr Ravil Naregeev James Williams Younes Mohammad Anna Poliakova Sarah Boisvert Penn Tang Tamungang Sharmaine Thérèsa Pretorius Sanniya Adnan Eleonora Hrybniak Sam HEYDT Sally Dion Fikos Lauren Brown Sanna Tairi Jackie Fuchs Tais N Alena Shaburdina Federico Fauli Louise De Buck Pei Wu Magarita Ivanova Dan Petersen Maria João Damas

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Corrupt_Vision 54. Lyudmila Vodolagina 55. Luchiya Postike 56. Anton Bondarev 57. Katrin Loy 58. Emmanuel Laveau 59. Ula Grabski 60. NTTS 61. Salvatore Esposito 62. Ksenia 63. Giovanah Ferreira Faraco 64. Daria Borisova 65. Amar Singh Azad 66. Lam Yan Yan 67. Romina Belda 68. Sumali Piyatissa 69. Hyunsun Yoo 70. Laura Romero 71. Adam Shea Lancaster 72. Cherie Lee 73. Lesley Kurth 74. Raisa Khairudinova 75. Sarah Bird 76. Honey Truong 77. Si Golraine 78. Nimisha Doongarwal 79. Elsa Egon 80. Adrian Amiro 81. Olive Poole 82. Natalia Millman 83. Lise Bouissiere 84. Alpana Mittal Tejaswini 85. Sophia Ruppert 86. Lucy Ellis 87. Aysha Choudhury 88. Joely Neilan 89. Penny Stuart 90. Agata Danilava 91. Nadezhda Begunova 92. Ivan Milenkovic 93. Libby Sipe 94. Dolores Mephistopheles 95. Olga Goldina Hirsch 96. Rita Hisar 97. Misha Nicholas 98. Lea Hope Bonzer 99.

Emma Lineham 100. Lepikhina Elvira Viktorovna 101. Temyana 102. Rodrigues Goncalves 103. Penny Van Hazelberg 104. Seva Boytsov 105. Oleg Tsyba 106. Evgeniya Pankratova 107. Ema Mar 108. Marina Clemente 109. Mel Renea 110. Larissa Monique Hauck 111. Sophirat Muangkum 112. Patricia Figueiredo 113. Venetia Jollands 114. Nick Lawrence 115. Katerina Bukolska 116. Rustem Ibatullin 117. Galina Shepeleva 118. Alicia Quigley 119. Siu Lin Ho 120. Alina Orlova 121. Camille Theodet 122. Xenia Samokhina 123. Nastya (La Asparagus) 124. Taylor Frost 125. Anita Turadjanova 126. Ellaya Yefymova 127. Tatiana Sorokina 128. Anna Stuart 129. Kryštof Novotný 130. Harsimran Juneja 131. Mary Badalian 132. Eva Kosinar 133. Julien van Middendorp 134. Leona Mcfarlane 135. Larissa Loginova 136. Silvio Severino 137. Ilana Shechter 138. Sergey Denisov 139. Ksenia Romanovich and... 140. Sampy Sicada 141. Elzara Oiseau 142. Svetlana Martin 143. Katie Hallam 144. Victoria General 145.

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(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Borbala Eszteri Borbala was born is Hungary and now lives and work in Basel, Switzerland. She is a mixed medium painter whose colourful works include the use of oil paint, oil pastels, acryl, aquarelle, and ink. This merging of painting techniques allows colors and lines to take persistent on the overall image. Borbala describes that in her practice, she focuses on the colours and how they affect her. Borbala has moved places many times and has lacked a sense of permanence in her life. She uses her art and the act of painting to find comfort in unfamiliar places. “For me creating art is a way of finding my inner home. As long as I am surrounded by my paintings, I feel at home,” says Borbala. The young artist paints almost entirely people. She then uses colour to depict the certain moods or traits on the somewhat abstract human faces. Borbala also represents faces based on her current attitude or her feelings towards the person that


she is painting. She believes that the use of different colours is sometimes a better and more meaningful way to describe a person than words.

Peace: to accept what must be Size: 110x85 cm

Medium : Mixed medium on Paper ( Acrylic, Oil and Oil Pastell)


Ease My Mind 55x35 cm

Medium: Digital Fine Art Print (Ilford Smoothpearl 310 gsm)

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John Denniston II Born and raised in Los Angeles, California by a family of dancers, painting came natural to a self engaged young boy who was too self conscious to get on stage. I moved to Brooklyn to study at Pratt, and now I’m being introduced to the hard part of artistry-honesty. Not like confessing, it’s not about me, it’s about making something that I or someone might be able to confess to. From the start of my artistic pursuit I have believed thought is the beginning and end of painting, but painting is also a crafted form and it is this form which delivers


ideas to the view-er. From bathing in the process of crafting paintings I have come to realize that I am a viewer in my own right, and I don’t like spoiled tales so I usually paint to discover. It keeps the relationship spicy and keeps me on my toes.

Boom #28 Size: 12” x 16”

Boom #21 24” x 30”

Medium: oil, oil stick, acrylic and charcoal on canvas Medium : oil and charcoal on canvas


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Jenny Jiyoung Han Jenny Han is originally from South Korea, studied Fashion at the University of Arts London and graduated in 2017. She worked partially as an illustrator and a private art tutor for young children in the middle of her education years. Previously, she engaged in fine art studio works for three years back during her 20s in South Korea. She was intrigued by cartoon-based storybooks, making her enthusiasm to see reality as an abstract figure of platforms. She loved the dreamy lanes of focusing eyes into the philosophical world. The majority of her works contribute to linking the syntax of image makings that she tries not to use any of the previous inventions experimented by other artists. The complicated-self

I Know What I Am Looking for @jennyjiyounghan

from her whole engagement into identity journey through educations and experiences lead to being a multi-disciplinary visual artist. She takes some whimsical abstract figures and cartoon based illustrated resources into one particular 2D format and then re-format the subjective images, remaining equivocal resemblances, and familiar symbols. Typically, her adoration of the sunflower became her loveable symbol of creation. It contains

the whole validity of representational seeings into the abstract formation.

I Am A 4-Year-Old Kid Size: 40 x 40 cm

I Always Kiss You, And You Can Put Your Smile Back Size: 40 x 40 cm

Medium: Digital Painting


Medium : Digital Painting

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Victoria Sevastyanova Victoria Sevastyanova was born in 1991 in Russia. Graduated from the Federal University as a graphic designer in 2014. She worked as a CG artist, pattern designer, and visualizer. Since 2018, she has devoted herself entirely to painting and drawing. The main materials for the creative realization of the artist are watercolor and ink.


Expose yourself to your deepest fear. Size: 24” x 34.5”

Fondamenta Size: 56x38cm

Medium: Digital Fine Art Print (Ilford Smoothpearl 310 gsm)

Medium : watercolor


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Selin AYDINOL Selin Aydinol (1994) moved from Istanbul to Belgium in 2016. She received her masters in painting from Royal Academy of Antwerp in 2019. She lives and works in Antwerp. Her first group exhibition was “Omg Is Pink The New Black?” (2019, Feb) curated by Spank Moons. Followed by the “To Be Antwerp” exhibition at Geukens en De Vil Gallery (2019, Nov). Most recently, “Zonder Kunstenaars Geen Kunst” at Muhka, Nick Lodgers (2020, Feb), a group show which included Chantal Akerman, Fred Bervoets, Leo Copers, Ria Pacquée and more. Her process starts with a drawing. Selin sections this drawing into even pieces which creates unique compositions for each painting. She then treats them as a new territory to integrate into. Not by manipulating the composition, but by applying colours and textures. Selin wants to take the image and rediscover it section by section, exposing the already existing values that were not visible at first sight. She values the impact that basic shapes and textures can have. She mostly cares about the image being beautiful, without trying to define it.


Five Size: 30x40cm

Medium : acrylic and lacquer on panel



Size: 30x40cm

Medium: acrylic and lacquer on panel

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William Hughes William Hughes (b.1999, Coventry) is a multidisciplinary visual artist working in a semi- abstracted way around themes of memory and remembering. He draws on specific memories and nostalgic material from his family’s history, influencing his multimedia approach to working. He works with often discarded and forgotten material to depict intimate and fragile themes. “Memory is a delay. Memory is a fragment. Memory is of the body that passed. Memory is the trace of a wave goodbye made with a slightly clenched fist. ” (Robert Morris, 1994). How do we read memories? Hughes’ practice seeks to explore processes of memory and remembering, reflecting and drawing ideas from nostalgic material from his family. Working with multimedia processes, he creates works of abstraction and suggestion set in spaces that trigger feelings of familiarity in the audience. Processes of abstract marking, texture built through layering, and its residual traces, depict confusion and ambiguity. He uses materials found or inherited; through


reclaiming old furniture, photographs and equipment; to using found and weathered material. Hughes worked in collaboration with his late

Untitled (Forgetting - Forgotten) (2020) Size: 59cm x 24cm

grandfather, using his equipment, his memories, to create pieces. As his Grandfathers memory gradually worsened, the work mirrored him; gradually becoming more deteriorated.

Remnant (2020) Size: 81cm x 101.5cm

Medium: Mixed Media on underlay

Medium : Mixed Media


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Roberto Grosso Roberto is an Italian artist, born in 1977, that creates music inspired artworks. To show where that inspiration comes from, Roberto develops an Augmented Reali-ty layer, unique which each piece, to complete the experience of the viewer. His mediums are brushed metal, perspex and metallic paper. His works have been exhibited in the UK, USA, and Italy. While winning competitions in New York, in September 2018, he also received the honor to become the subject of the thesis


Heat_Waves Size: 100 x 100 cm

Medium : BrushedMetal


of a graduate in fine arts, at the University of Urbino, Italy.

This_Modern_Love Size: 100 x 100 cm

Medium: BrushedMetal

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Ekaterina Demenina My name is Ekaterina Demenina and I’m a Moscow-based visual artist, Fine Art photographer. Received an MA degree in Art History. As a photographer and video director, I work with musicians. Under the pseudonym Arte Obscura I launched a personal project «Still Lifes». Still life photography for me is a way to stop and take a breath in the era when time is flashing like a blurry landscape in the high-speed train. Still life is a metaphor for still time. The picturesque features of photography and the photographic nature of painting are the themes I constantly explore. I like to confuse the viewer whether it is a photographic artwork or a painting and prefer to call my still lifes “photopaintings”. “The Dutch Still Life” is the hommage to the XVII century Dutch and Flemish mas-ters. The series represents the results of my striving to “wash out” the boundaries between contemporary photography and the Dutch Golden Age painting, to


Nowadays it is very hard not to find your path but to be heard in the informational ocean. The

erase the time gap.

Moon Night In The Wheat Field Size: 50 x 70cm

non-contemporary art is not in trends so galleries and art dealers are not interested in my works which seem to be outdated. But in the fast changing times a «today» will be outdated tomorrow.

Winter In Hokkaido

Size: 50 x 70 cm

Medium : Canvas Print

Medium: Canvas print


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Zoe Antona Zoe Antona is a multi-disciplinary artist and photographer, whose work addresses self discovery through abstraction. She grew up in Atlanta, Georgia in the US, relocated to Cincinnati, OH, and is now based in the greater NYC area. She is currently earning her Bachelors of Fine Art and Art History. Her work explores relationships with self and others that is representational of the weight and the power dynamics all relationships possess. Zoe’s work continuously explores intimate experiences between that of only two people. As well as depict-ing how intimacy impacts not only the emotional state but also the physical state. Her work aims to evoke a visual and emotional reaction through the aesthetics and installation of her work. The concepts for her work repeatedly revolve around life experiences that represent power dynamics through abstraction. In her current body of work, Zoe is working in abstraction to manifest inner emotions from life ex-periences.



Size: 48” x 12” x 8”

Medium : Canvas & latex


NoNoSquare Size: 36” x 10” x 4”

Medium: FoamLatexAcrylic

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Ana Maria Guta As an artist I seek to explore more about the nature of Universe, consciousness, divinity , life journey and energy around and inside us. I admit that our universe is crossed by invisible flows and currents which are found and influence the artworks of each artist. I am mesmerised about the subtle things, which are not things, thoughts, emotions or sensations, the nature of our reality and our interpretations of it due to many labels that impose different perceptions, behaviours and ways of being. I have developed my painting technique following the lines of abstract suggestion. It is required that the viewer comes with the contemplation, feeling and interpretation. I usually prefer using acrylics on canvas as a medium and material. The green colour is present almost in every painting because, for me, it is about life force, rebirth, aliveness and finding my inner self. Art is something divine, it is love, peace, stillness, balance, harmony, joyfulness, it makes me whole and a much more spiritual being. The focus of my work is the colours, shapes and structures, which I want to integrate in a certain harmony in order


My paintings speaks not only for me, but for people who are in a deep process of transformation and who are seeking to find life again.

not to imitate, dictate, compare, repeat, model or compensate.

The gift of life Size: 30 x 40 cm

Bleeding karma Size: 50 x 70 cm

Medium: acrylic on canvas pannel

Medium : acrylic


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Anna Wiesinger Anna Wiesinger, an artist living in Berlin and Lowersaxony, is known for the suggestive power of colors and shapes in her work. She sees herself in a tradition of sensual and at the same time transcendent color perception, rooted in an early experience when she came to know and love the stained glass windows in the Gothic church of her childhood. Raised in the countryside, she experienced the essence of nature as stillness, strength and unlimited. Pictures that free us in this unlimited space and yet contain human emotions and concerns are her goal. Wiesinger tries to develop a language of colours that leave traces and point to a new experience. She was born in Königswiesen, Austria and studied at the University of Art in Linz. She regularly takes part in solo - and group exhibitions. Her work has also been featured in online and print publications, most recently


in 2020 on the occasion of the conclusion of the commissioned

project “Art in the Industrial Monument”. Her perception of art is defined by the belief that the universal language of art can change the way

To the woods Size: 90 x 125 cm

you interact within yourself and in society. Because: “Here we are closely connected, here we exist in a timeless, fantastic space full of joy and awareness.“

On a new path Size: 125 x 72 cm

Medium: mixed media

Medium : mixed media


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Calli Rae Acrylic Abstract painter Calli Rae that features hyper-realistic elements with bold energetic brush strokes. Self-taught through exploring concepts of pop culture and abstract realism that are inspired from her experience being raised in South Dakota and moving to the Nation’s Capital. Drawing memory of colors from living in the Middle East pieced with dual imagery that contains deeper meaning. This generation’s lack of freedom of self in the pressure to make perfection look so easy. Henley finds her voice in creating authentically with imperfections leaving an appreciation on her viewers for fine art in a world that is now so digital.


YouHearMeNow Size: 48 x 62 cm

IsThisOurReality Size: 30 x 40 cm

Medium : Acrylic on canvas Medium: Acrylic on canvas


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Vincenzo Cohen Vincenzo Curcio (stage name, Vincenzo Cohen) is an Italian artist with a classical formation. In 2005 he graduated in Fine Arts from Fine Arts Academy and in 2007 he received a second master’s degree in Archaeology from la Sapienza University in Rome. Polyhedric artist, his eclectic production is the result of a continuous process of historical-scientific research addressed to the representation of cultural content, often with a social and naturalistic background. He has always been interested in studying African wildlife and he has much travelled through Africa and Middle East to get inspiration for his art production. His work consists in reworking of life experiences through an expressionist language and by means of photography. Three core themes prevail in his painting: the historical portrait, the


wildlife extinction and the marine nature. Currently he collaborates with different Art Institutions abroad and has received some important awards in the artistic field.


Size: 100 x 50 cm

“Abyss” Size: 100 x 70 cm

Medium: oil, plaster, sand and seashells paste on canvas

Medium : oil, plaster, sand and pumice stones paste on canvas


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Alberto Magrin Alberto Magrin studied architecture at the University of Genoa. He underwent a brief stint in the theatre after having obtained a scholarship to study alongside sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro at University of Urbino. He was awarded the ‘Libertas Prize’ for visual arts and literature by MP Ferri and collaborated in the creation of the ‘G. A. Rol Scientific Association’ in Turin, the purpose of which was to demonstrate man’s victory over time through the capacity of the individual spirit. In the meantime, he was also awarded the ‘Open Art’ prize by MP Vita in Rome. He participated in founding of the International Digital Art


Organization ONDA. He designed the ‘ONDA Contemporary Art Museum’ in order to allow internationally renowned artists to construct their own permanent spaces and create a dialogue between themselves and eternity. Like a premonition and a symbol of ‘eternal nothingness’, this project represents the downfall and rebirth of the modern era. Through a series of donations, he succeeded in creating a worldwide network of art galleries, which he called ‘Magreen Galleries’, the artworks of which are located in public and private institutions, thus eliminating every form of personal control or management over the works them-

selves. These artworks are currently held by some of the worlds most important permanent

the Madonna of mozzarella Size: 40 x 60 cm

collections: The British Museum (London), MOCA (Los Angeles), Stiftung Museum Kunst Palast (Dusseldorf), Spazio Oberdan (Milan), Staatliche Kunstsammlungen (Dresda) and more.

Floating monk Size: 40 x 60 cm

Medium : Photograph

Medium: Photograph


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Joyce Camilleri Joyce Camilleri is an artist teacher at the Malta School of Art. Through regular studio practice and weekly life class sessions, Camilleri maintains and develops a personal visual language that attempts to explore drawing and printmaking as distinct, nonetheless symbiotic art practices. Ongoing studio practice allows Camilleri to push the boundaries of essentially graphical elements through the use of mixed media, bringing about both figurative and quasi-abstract visual metaphors that meander along the fine line that divides yet unites the real and the surreal. Alongside, such artistic research enables her to explore the poetic space of contemporary drawing, whilst constantly nourishing and revisiting an artistic process that is allowed to prevail over subject-matter. Artistic intent and process-led practices retain interchangeable roles throughout Camilleri’s approach to art theory and practice.



Size: 29.7 x 42 cm


Size: 29.7 x 42cm cm

Medium : Monotype Medium: Monotype


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Mckenna Geffers Mckenna Geffers is originally from Charlotte, North Carolina. She is currently studying at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia as an illustration major. She will be graduating in the Fall of 2021 with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Illustration, with a concentration in publication. Her background includes advertising, acrylic painting, drawing, and digital illustration. Her work ranges from surreal, detailed imagery, to simple flat colors and linework, highlighting the beauties of everyday life. She also studies anatomy in her spare time and is interested in making work for scientific textbooks,

Biking @mckenna.geffers

Woman and the Sun

as well as planning on working for a publishing company to create artwork for children’s books. Geffers wants her work to someday inspire the imagination and creativity in all of us with messages of a bright future.


Size: 22 x 28 cm

21.5 x 26.2 cm

Medium : digital art

Medium: digital art


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Ann Huang Ann Huang is a Chinese-born, Mexican-raised, and US-based auteur filmmaker who manages Saffron Splash Media, an avant-garde production house responsible for five award-winning poem films adapted from her award-winning poetry. PALPITATIONS OF DUST won the Best Experimental Short Film at the 2018 Chicago Amarcord Arthouse Television Awards. INDELIBLE WINTER won the Best Directing Award at the Jane Austen International Film Festival. THE PINES OF SPRING was the winner of the Best Editing Award at Marina del Rey Film Festival and a semifinalist at the Los Angeles Film Awards. SPARSE, won Ann Huang the Best Voice Actress at the 2019 Actors Awards Los Angeles. IN THE DESERT OF ETERNITY, is a finalist for Best Short Film or Documentary in The 12th TASTE AWARDS Film, Television and Video Competition.


Indelible Winter Size: variable sizes

Palpitations of Dust Size: variable sizes

Medium: Video art

Medium : Video art


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Franziska Ostermann Franziska Ostermann (1992) got her master´s degree at the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design. As a post-conceptual multimedia artist her main interests are contemporary photography and writing. In her work she explores identity and virtuality. Her selfportrait FIRN was published on the cover of ProfiFoto magazine. She has been granted multiple awards and has taken part in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally.


Selfobservation Size: 90 x 120 cm


Size: 90 x 11 cm

Medium : Photographic-montage Medium: photographic-montage


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Sarah Waters As a felt artist for almost thirty years, Sarah understands the importance, especially in these fragile and uncertain times, for the need to highlight the history, sustainability and renewable resources of wool and to be able to educate and show this to a wider audience.


Sheep, wool and farming are in her blood and her current practice of felt artwork reflects her desire to connect with the land. For the past several years Sarah has been looking at the history of our rural land by drawing and researching standing stones, the ancient markers of the countryside. This culminated in 2017 in her exhibition ‘Stone’ that toured across the UK and Canada (World Festival of Threads Solo Show), including as part of the Richard Demarco Archive’s ‘Homage to Joseph Beuys’, a two-person exhibition in the Demarco Wing of Summerhall Art Centre, Edinburgh, in 2018 and in Dunoon Burgh Hall in 2019. Sarah is currently working on a series on pieces looking at the earth and strata on the land, for a solo exhibition entitled Above:Below to be shown at Farfield Mill, Cumbria in 2022.

Cell Work

Size: 55 x 57 x 5 cm

Monolith lll

Size: 132 x 65cm x 2 cm

Medium : Felt


Medium: Felt

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Sabrina Barrera Born in the suburbs of Turin (ITALY) in 1989, I am a contemporary artist based in, wherever I am. I studied at the Polytechnic of Turin at the Faculty of Architecture, then I completed my education at the Nad Academy in Interior Design. My artistic research focuses on continuous experimentation, placing particular interest in the exploration of the soul, au-


thenticity and nature. Traveling solo around the world has led me to get to know not only different cultures, but also to have the opportunity to learn about artisanal techniques for processing materials. For example, my last experience in Thailand taught me traditional techniques of how to process Thai clay. In addition, I acquired skills to construct bamboo houses and the use of the welder to create artistic iron sculptures. In recent years I combined architecture with the art world and I began to exhibit in collective exhibitions (Geneve, Alba and Turin).

35°PIANO Proiezione

Size: 83x38 cm

Size: 83 x 95 cm

Medium : Sculpture

Medium: Sculpture on panel


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Shuko Kawase Shuko Kawase is a photographer and painter based in Barcelona, Spain. She was born in Singapore and spent time growing up in Tokyo, Japan; Princeton, NJ, USA; and Frankfurt, Germany. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and finished her college art studies at the Buddhist-based Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Wanting to reconnect with her family’s culture, Shuko lived in Japan for 7 years before moving to Spain in 2017. Her recent collection of small paintings speaks to her experiences during the current pandemic - including the wish to escape, watching birds from her apartment, and life and death.


Path of Life Size: 6” x 6” x 0.75”

Medium : Metal leaf, patina, acrylic and oil on cradled wood panel


Window on the Sea Size: 6” x 6” x 0.75”

Medium: Metal leaf, pigment and oil on cradled wood panel

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Tiziana Rasile Tiziana Rasile lives and works in Rome. She received her degree at the Fine Academy Arts of Rome, in the departments of Painting and Engraving. She is specialized in the Techniques of Museum Merchandising. She has participated in many Art Exhibitions and many International Prizes. Soon develops an interest for the Abstract Art, with attention for the oil classic techniques of overlap of shades and glazing. Its research seeks the light in the chromatic texture.It thought is concentrated on the possibility of a dialogue between scientific and filosofic result, artistic and spiritual intuition. Its journey starts from the series “FADES”, when the shape it dematerializes in the colour until the series “VIBRATION”: the light vibrates in the Painting-Space and modulates the time.


Vibration in the light Size: 60 x 90 cm

In the glow dived Size: 100x100 cm

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Medium : Oil on Canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Adam Starr His photos have been shown at Gallery 924 in Indianapolis, IN and Zhou B Art Center in Chicago, IL among several others. He is proud to be a finalist in the Passepartout Photo Prize in Rome 2020. In addition, he is looking forward to showing his work at Siilk Gallery in Athens, Greece (2021). The photographs and paintings Adam produces come from a pure and vulnerable place. He incorporates the emotions he is feeling during the time of creation and tries to provoke a feeling of serenity for the viewer, using the emotional aspect of colour and setting. A theme that surrounds his art and has intrigued his imagination since he started creating is the idea of enlightenment; what that term represents, and how humanity is in a constant struggle to achieve this transcendental state. The psychedelic nature of Adam’s distinct style moves the


audience to feel its strength, providing a window into the heart of its creator and transporting the audience to a different dimension.

“Waves Don’t Die” Size: 24” x 36”

“Connecting Two Sides” Size: 20” x 16”

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Medium : Oil on Canvas


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Ravil Naregeev Ravil Naregeev, Kazakh graphic artist. Participant of personal and group exhibitions in the Republic of Kazakhstan and in other countries. I chose the dissemination of my ethnic culture through art as my main theme.


Tatar Crimea


Size: 30 x 42 cm

Size: 42 x 42 cm

Medium : graphic

Medium: graphic


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

James Williams I am James Williams, creator of art in the small retirement community of Sun City Center, Florida, U.S.A. I grew up connecting to nature in rural northwest Pennsylvania. My favorite colors as a child were pink and purple. They still are today. I love to use those colors with nature as a dominant theme in my paintings. My years of experience have opened opportunities at local art shows and in galleries. I love the possibility of taking these paintings to a world audience. The ultimate purpose of the work I do is to create happiness, peace, fun and above all Love.


In Love with Nature Size: 18” x 24”

If the Shoe Fits Size: 16”x 20”

Medium : acrylic on canvas Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Younes Mohammad Younes Mohammad, born in 1968, in Dohuk, is a Kurdish photographer. He is currently based out of Erbil. He works as a freelancer on assignments for newspapers and magazines. Although he has had a life-long passion for photography he was unable to pursue it due to the war - ultimately, he spent much time in Iran as a refugee from 1974 to 1998. He graduated with an MBA from the University of Tehran. In 2011, he quit his job and started his journey as a photographer. His work has been exhibited internationally and published widely in publications and he is the recipient of multiple awards.


Brahim Size: 70 x 50 cm


Size: 70 x 50 cm

Medium : Photography, Portrait Medium: Photography, Portrait


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Anna Poliakova Anna Poliakova is a promising artist from Russia. She broke into the world of art in 2018 with a series of paintings on the theme of space and women in helmets. Exploring the universe inspires her since childhood, she even wanted to become an astronaut. Space is infinity, energy, and emptiness. Here life begins and dies. What does our life mean on a scale of the Universe?




Size: 40 x 50 cm

Size: 80 x 80 cm

Medium : Oilon Canvas Medium: DigitalArt


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sarah Boisvert Before I was a painter I was a writer. And in my new series of modern paintings I’ve incorporated my love of storytelling. They are rich in detail and tell a complete story, if you listen closely. I get my inspiration from grunge style; from music to road signs to bad people and worse habits. From expectations and let downs and a love/hate relationship with social media.


“We need to Talk About Sandy” (Triggered)

“The Human Condition” Size: 30” x 40” x 1.5”

Size: 30” x 24” x 1.5”

Medium: Acrylic on stretched canvas

Medium : Acrylic on stretched canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Penn Tang Tamungang Penn Tang Tamungang, born on the 21/06/1993, in Mankon. A small village in Cameroon, a country in Africa. I began painting at a very tender age of 5, and as I grew older I developed more interest in art generally. I offer a variety of art disciplines, such as interior decor out of waste recycling,( waste tyres and plastics), sculpture art from march papers and acrylic paints. But I focus more on fine art,painting . I do more of contemporary painting and pop art . I work more with Acrylic on Canvas and a little bit of abstract collage. I hold a professional bachelor degree in Environment and sustainable development from the University of Douala and numerous art certificates from exhibitions, art competitions like the FIAC and SIAC , FENAC. Just to name a few. My journey and inspiration towards art is much influenced from my environment and society. I wish to bring a change and educate a lot of communities with my art. With my main theme: “female empowerment and equal rights” , as well as portraying the African culture ,tradition and fashion. I


FACE OF AFRICA” Size: 85 x 95 cm

Medium : mix acrylic and collage on canvas


am presently working and based in the U.K. In Manchester precisely where I continue to follow my dreams in art.

FACE OF AFRICA 2” Size: 85 x 95 cm

Medium: Mix acrylic and collage on canvas

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sharmaine Thérèsa Pretorius Sharmaine is a high – end, South African, expat artist, who has been living for the past 10 years, in the Sultanate of Oman, deep inside the desert in Nizwa, an ancient, mystical Arabic city. She has been described as the ‘’essence of an extraordinary gifted mind’’ because of her prodigally styled, intellect and intricate artistic drawings which include hidden puzzles and Chladni musical compositions. She holds more than 600 continuing education credits span-


ning, neurological psychology,medical and forensic science, aviation mechanics and management as well as multi - cultural mediation and negotiation and adaptability; spread over the safety and security, health and emergency service fields of which none includes art. She gained international recognition as an emerging artist in 2017, particularly for her drawing named ‘Mars Trojan – Elon – The Shroud’ (5517A) circling in low space orbit on the Asgardia-1 nanosat cube, with one other work of art.


Xenagogue Cochlea – Ray Size: 55 x 19 cm

Medium: digital art

Medium : digital art


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sanniya Adnan Born in Karachi, Pakistan, in 1986 with the intrinsic values and capabilities of Art and innovation from my father. I was deadly inspired with the world of imagination from childhood. I developed keen interest in painting. I continued doing commercial works for residencies with my studies and the journey of inventiveness begins when small projects turned into bigger later. I started presenting artwork in galleries and appreciated to participate in exhibitions. Currently I am working as the HOD of Artclub of b360 watch, Dubai. I have completed the figure of more than 2500 hand painted limited edition watches. I like the characteristics of versatility in an Artwork. My work revolves around various subjects of life and yet ‘Life’ is a point-of-centre. Including the birth of social abuse, humiliation, liberality, dedicated life of a women and phenomenal theories


of living which enormously enforced me to restrain my views in pen to produce writings. I started writing for a well-known newspaper of Pakistan , Nawai waqt as a motivational writer.

I am glad to be a part of an awareness program going to be happen in Karachi, Aug,2021 in

Bleeding pigeon Size: 35 × 45 cm

collaboration with 12 Artists from Pakistan in Art Chowk Gallery . The researched based exhibition “RAY OF HOPE” and more.


Size: 30” x 30”

Medium: Mixed media


Medium : Analog Assemblage

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Eleonora Hrybniak My name is Eleonora Hrybniak. I’m a self-taught photographer and artist from Ukraine, Odessa. I am showing my concerns and vision through my work. Photography is not a part of my life, it is my life. I feel happy when cats are around.


Hidden_pain_ Size:

My_neighbours Size:

Medium : Photo Medium: photo


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sam HEYDT Sam Heydt ( born April 20, 1986) is an American social practice and recycled media artist born/raised in New York City. Although currently residing in Vienna, Heydt has lived/ worked in Paris, Venice, Athens, Buenos Aires, Sydney, Reykjavik and Rajasthan. Her academic career traversed Parsons School of Design, The New School, Cooper Union, University of Amsterdam, Universitdad of Buenos Aires and La Sorbonne. In 2012, Heydt launched Jane Street Studio, L.L.C. in Manhattan. Since established, the photo studio has broadened its performance to provide both design and marketing consultation in addition to art direction. It’s growing roster of clients span Europe, North & South America, Asia and Oceania.In addition to this entrepreneurial undertaking, Heydt has attended artist residencies in Iceland, Australia and New Zealand; where she has documented different forms of environmental exploitation. A published author, producer and lifelong activist, Heydt

Light of Some Kind @samheydt

works across a spectrum of different media, film, video, installation, photography, sculpture sculpture, sound, merchandise, text – and employs a range of materials often reinventing or trespass-

has undertaken a range of altruistic, non- profit work. Her art, anchored in social advocacy, attempts to give a voice to the veiled, forgotten, exiled, and silenced. In her-practice, she

Sane Inclinations That Are Fine (2020) Size: 20” x 35”

ing their associative use.

Purell (2020) Size: 30” x 30”


Medium :Analog Assemblage

Medium: Analog Assemblage

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sally Dion Born in Portland Maine, Sally attended Mass College of Art and Design and received her BFA with a focus on printmaking in 1982. For twenty years, she continued to make art but only participated in local art fairs and taught classes to students and adults on a limited basis. Now Sally is finishing her second year as a graduate student at MassArt’s low residency MFA program and has grown in leaps in bounds both in concept and craft. She looks forward to finishing next summer and continuing her rigorous yet joyful practice of printmaking including serigraph, linoleum and wood cut and solar plate along with


the very traditional etching and lithography. Recently, she has taken the turn to printing and forming her art into the third dimension and photographing her subjects that appear in her monoprint portraits. As a permanent artist in residence at the Printmaking Project in Dover NH, she now teaches workshops to others who wish to learn her craft. She will be showing in a three woman show at the Piano Craft Gallery in Boston Ma this year.

lost in the flood

protest for women

Size: 48 x 28 cm


Medium : Mono print on paper

Medium: Mono-print resin objects in plexiglass box


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Fikos Fikos is a painter and muralist from Greece. At the age of 13, he started studying Byzantine painting in Athens. He invented the term “Contemporary Byzantine Painting”, and combines his traditional style with contemporary themes and Street Art. Among his murals is the largest mural in history of Greek-Byzantine art (46m high) and indoor murals at the ETH Zurich University. His focus is on the ways traditional arts can revive and serve


Earth&Sky (Kiev) Size: 46x13m

the contemporary world.

Science Defeating Cancer Size: 55 x 70cm

Medium: Digital art

Medium : Acrylic on wall


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Lauren Brown My work has developed using a balance of colour, marks and space achieved through different variations in paint application, an unruly gesture of improvisation using paint. The paintings evoke an essence of fluidity, movement and improvisation, creating paintings with recognisable elements that contrast with unknown and intriguing marks and shapes. I allow the physical presence of the artist, the mark making is controlled, yet unpredictable with a feral nature. The paint to walks and talks across the canvas. The paintings are open to interpretation.




Size: 152 x 152 cm

Size: 152 x 152 cm

Medium : Oil on canvas

Medium: Oil on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sanna Tairi Sanna Tairi is a self-taught fine artist from Stockholm, Sweden. Her art originates from a space of a raw, unapologetic introspection of reality and of the past. As a result of the sexualization of girls in all forms of media, Tairi struggled with her own self image and she started to paint herself as a way to take back control and to celebrate womanhood. Tairi mainly paints with oil today but she also likes to experiment with other mediums like acrylics, spray paint, colouring pencils and textiles. Her aim is to capture moments in time,


that represents her mindset or views of life. She has always been motivated by the use of photography as a basis for her practice and as a subjective response of what she sees in her surroundings.

Float in Time, 2020 Size: 100 x 80 cm

Medium : Oil on canvas


Quarantined pussy, 2020 Size: 100 x 80 cm

Medium: Oil on canvas

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Jackie Fuchs Jackie Fuchs was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1958. She quit high school at age 15. Returning to school in her 30’s she earned a BFA in Art Education from the University of Massachusetts, followed by a Master’s degree in Education, from Smith College. She then taught art and TV production in a NYC high school. In 2002, Fuchs moved to Sag Harbor, with her wife and baby, opened four hair salons, while continuing to teaching art. In 2018, Ms. Fuchs began painting/ collaging/curating/representing artists and selling at fairs and pop-up galleries. In the past 3 1/2 years Fuchs has sold over 350 of her artworks. Her work is described as a freeze frame in a movie or a page in a book, or a party you wish you’d been invited to. Her collages include Modigliani like characters, paint and impeccably cut magazines; curated together like a puzzle, replicating everyday culture of life in the Hamptons, or a loft party in SoHo. One might think Jackie is an interior designer. Her ingredients are nostalgic, identifiable and relatable, compelling the viewer to collect her work.


THE REUNION Size: 24 x 24 x 1.5 cm

IT’S A DOG’S LIFE Size: 24 x 48 x 1.5 cm

Medium : Mixed media

Medium: mixed media


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Tais N Born in 1990 in Novosibirsk, lives in Saint Petersburg. In 2016, she graduated with honours from the art department of the Volgograd Institute of Arts named after P. A. Serebryakov. Creates a world of images through the interweaving of realism with the symbolism of the idea in her style “Symbolic animal Art” (The world of images of people and animals through the interweaving of realism with the symbolism of the idea). Artist at the Volgograd state theatre “Tsaritsyn Opera”, 20162017. Winner of the 3rd degree in the category Painting “in the international exhibition “Master+Student”, Russian Academy of Folk Art, Moscow, 2017. Winner of the “Living space” art festival, “Painting” category, Saint Petersburg, 2018.



Size: 50 x 60 cm

What Are You Hiding Inside? Size: 50 x 60 cm

Medium : oil on canvas

Medium: oil on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Alena Shaburdina I started drawing in early childhood, changed many art schools and masters, and even now I attend professional courses to develop my skills. I draw in different techniques and different materials - most of all I love oil, graphics and interior painting with acrylic-this is how it turns out to convey my perception of both colour and mood. I love landscapes and portraits, still lifes and abstraction.


Through the Nerl Eternity in Sakartvelo

Size: 80 x 50 cm

Size: 40 x 50 cm

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Medium : Oil on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Federico Fauli Federico graduated in Architecture (BA) at the Politecnico of Milan in 2015 and received his Diploma from the Architectural Association in 2018. Since 2018 he has been working at the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Genova, up to early 2019 when he joined Zaha Hadid Architects in London. While working for international architectural firms, he has been practising independently winning design competition. Winner of The Renzo Piano Building Workshop Sponsorship, among other awards such as the MAD Fellowship, the Tamayouz International Award and the African Architecture Award. His work has been widely published on magazines, books and digital platforms such as Archdaily, The Architects’ Journal, Bustler, AZURE, Arch20, The Archiologist, and on AA publications such as the book “Scavengers & Other Creatures in Promised Lands”. He experiments with fabrication techniques and materials as


instruments to question the faceted nature of architectural practices while researching iconographical gestures enabling the mutual immanence among objects, rituals and bodies. Exploring how it triggers unconventional spatial languages,

between geometrical abstraction and figurative

Coscienza Intuitiva

instances. He participated as a guest in several Juries and Crits at both the Architectural Association and the Politecnico of Milan. Selected to showcase at the Soeul Biennale 2021 & more..

Coscienza Intuitiva


Medium: Digital art

Medium: Digital art

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Louise De Buck Louise De Buck, based in Brussels, finds her inspiration in post-apocaliptic films from the 80’s and 90’s. Always one keen on travelling, she gets inspired by all the things she encounters during her visits to places like Portland, USA, Bali or Indonesia. Her musical influences are Angelo Badalamenti (Twin Peaks) or John Carpenter. She draws a lot from movie soundtracks whether it is horror movies or the more mysterious thriller kind. These help her define her emotions which transpires in her work. Her universe is beyond colourful, disturbing, sometimes aggressive yet filled with softness. Always having a feminist backbone. Her work is adaptable to all kinds of support systems.


Chimera Size: 60 x 90 cm

Medium : Acrylic on canvas

Women and mysteries Size: 60 x 90 cm

Medium: Acrylic on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Pei Wu Pei Wu got her MFA in Jewellery and Gemstone from the Idar-Oberstein campus of Hochschule Trier in Germany. Originally from Taipei, Taiwan, she studied architecture and art before going to the UK to study jewellery design at Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture, and Design. Having a background in architecture study, her way of working is relatively intuitive and intimate, with intentionally focused on feeling and emotional expression.

Hangman’s Bond Necklace 2020 @peiwu_eva

Xiào (filial piety) Brooch 2020 Size: 12 x 3 x 2.5 cm

Medium : Rose quartz, 14ct gold


Is This My Own Voice? Brooch Size: 7 x 6.5 x 4 cm

Medium: Smoky quartz, mixed gemstones, silver, steel wire

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Magarita Ivanova My name is Magarita Ivanova. I am a professional artist living in Russia. Painting is an integral part of my life. For me, not drawing is like being silent. From early childhood, I decided to live by creativity, painted a lot, received an art and then an architectural education. But in the end, painting took over and became my main profession. Now I am an active participant and winner of various international exhibitions, and my works are in private collections around the world. The object of my work is a person. What he is, what he feels. I am primarily interested in the relationship between the head and body of one person. Where is our true essence? Thoughts in the head and body movements are sometimes completely unrelated and even contradict each other. In my works, I play this game - who is who. Images of the plaster heads of the gods of Olympus are a symbol. On the one hand, this is our divine principle, on the other, our Ego. I like this analogy of the Gods of Olympus with human heads, thoughts. They are very similar. Immortals, capricious, often sin, love, cruel and generous. In my works, a person is always in dialogue with himself.




Size: 80 x 100 cm

Size: 100 x 120 cm

Medium: Acrylic on canvas Medium : Oil


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Dan Petersen Dan Petersen is a visual artist from New Jersey. His love for the psychedelic has led to largely abstract works that incorporate vibrant colours, trippy patterns, and dynamic textures. He has painted outdoor murals, has had his work exhibited in galleries & museums, and regularly makes commissions for a wide-ranging variety of clients.


Abstract Chaos Size: 20 x 24 cm

It’s A Lot

Size: 12 x 18 cm

Medium: Colored pencil

Medium : Acrylic Paint


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Maria João Damas Maria João Damas (Coimbra, Portugal 1971) is a self-taught painter and installation artist, graduated in Social Service from Instituto Superior Miguel Torga and postgraduate in Social Economy by the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra. Through her lived experiences she captured glances in the lives of others. This perspective, on the lives of many, provoked her uneasiness that would guide her to an artistic practice of painting and other art forms that she explores through personal,


creative and social struggles. Her work is a constant exploration of the media, materials, and techniques. In her paintings she predominantly works in acrylic, mixed media and the base is typically canvas or paper but her artwork also often takes the form of installations, sculpture with social engagement thematics such as domestic violence.

Being [here] 2021 Size: D 50 cm

Annoying circle [the dark side] 2021 Size: D 50 cm

Medium : Acrylic on canvas Medium: Acrylic on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Corrupt_Vision Corrupt_Vision is a UK based artist who works with the medium of Glitch, utilising various techniques and processors. They have exhibited in both online and physical exhibitions along with being published in a number of art publications. Whilst currently in the process of gaining a PhD in Fine Art Corrupt_Vision continues to work towards the goal of destabilising the digital world that surrounds us, offering new perspectives to our cybernated vistas. In this modern age of 4K Ultra HD anything of lower quality


is more often than not immediately dismissed purely based on its aesthetic condition if it doesn’t fit into the accepted dream screen which has been forged. Our digital world can be more than a perfectly polished image, and its time is coming to an end.

//1846// Size: 18.5 x 13.5 cm

Medium : glitch



Size: 16 x 12 cm

Medium: glitch

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Lyudmila Vodolagina I am a sculptor. I graduated from the Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov (workshop of Alexander Rukavishnikov). I am a member of the Moscow Union of Artists. I am a participant of Russian and international exhibitions.


Actinia. Size: 48 х 26 х 23 cm

Hair drying.

Size: 29 х 37 х 38 cm

Medium: Bronze

Medium : Bronze, stone


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Luchiya Postike My name is Luchiya Postike. I was born in Latvia, I’m a moldovan by nationality, but now I live in Russia. In my first profession, I’m an actress. I worked in the theater and on television. I started taking pictures 4 years ago. In 2019, I completed a course at the Warsaw Academy of Photography and now I want to make photography my new profession, as it has now become an integral part of my life. I had several exhibitions in Novosibirsk. In Siberia I photograph mostly people. I am interested in connecting everything I know through my work in the theater with the world of people around me.


Trio Size: 3264/4896px_ 300 ppi.jpg


Medium : Photo


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Medium: Photo

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Anton Bondarev My name is Anton Bondarev, I’m a 30 years old artist, born in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. I’ve worked in USA in 2011 summer as overnight stock clerk, while graduating. Came back to Russia, finished my study in Institute of Management, Business and Law, tried to work in USA again, but they denied my visa. Got stabbed in stomach in drunk fight, survived, moved to Moscow, still live and work here. In love with photography since 15 years old, still have passion for world around me, curious for space exploration / politics / everything.



Personality Size: 50 x 50 cm

Size: 40 x 30 cm

Medium : Mixed media

Medium: Mixed media


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Katrin Loy I work photographically with the overlay of images and / or digital image processing. Photographic work plays a decisive role, because for me is not about the depiction of the reality found, but about the new imaging resulting from associative overlay or alienation of the original photographic image. One could ask: Does the form in which we perceive, think, feel and intuitively perceive the world really correspond to a combination of a perception of reality and associative-projective fantasy? And what exactly corresponds to reality and what to fantasy? And what exactly is reality and what is fantasy? Ultimately everything is a question of consciousness ... so it is probably both and neither and at the same time it is neither both nor neither ... a PARADOX ... life is just a dream of a higher AWAKENING ...


The Ego and the Shadow_Width Size: 40 x 60 cm

_The Femme fatale_Widt Size: 60 x 40 cm

Medium: Mixed media


Medium : Mixed media

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Emmanuel Laveau My name is Emmanuel Laveau. I go by Yvwh. I’m 26 and have been painting since 2018. I am a self taught artist. I studied communications and chemistry and took many studio courses while at university, but I truly began painting after receiving inspiration from God. And so I paint angels from photographs of students where I attended university. I believe in God.

Gabriel yvwh_



Size: 5’ x 4’

Size: 5’ x 4’

Medium: Oil on canvas Medium : Spray paint on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ula Grabski 20-year-old Ula Grabski grew up in Haverhill, MA. She graduated high school in 2019 and went on to study art at Northern Essex Community College. Ula hopes to receive her associate’s degree in Liberal Arts in January 2021. Her strongest interest is in painting, and she hopes to expand all her knowledge of art. This includes progressing with her own creation, learning about marketing and selling work, and making connections. Her dream is to be able to support herself by doing something she loves, which would be painting. Currently, Ula has become involved with a local gallery called “The Switchboard”, learning all about the backend of what it takes to run a gallery.


Mid Century Man Size: 24 x 36 cm

Thank you for Today Size: 30 x 35 cm

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas


Medium : Acrylic on Canvas

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

NTTS No Time To Sleep (NTTS) is an Art direction Duo from London UK, created by Nigerian/Italian William C. Ogbebor and Italian Carol Vandanesi. Carol is a creative and business woman moved to London in 2012 and William a photographer and filmmaker also moved to London only a year after. They both met for the first time in 2017 at their workplace in London and while starting to build a strong artistic connection from the early days it’s only in 2019 that they decided to be partners and forming NTTS. NTTS is their way to create editorial and creative content that enables them to continue to explore and share their vision. They are first of all Artists on their continuous journey to find their own personal expression through their art. Through their self-produced work they aim to collaborate with other creatives and brands out there, to increase their visibility and build a network of individuals ready to open their minds and give them a space to express themselves.


“Our Hands”


Size: variable

Size: variable

Medium: Self portrait, Digital photography

Medium : Self portrait, Digital photography


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Salvatore Esposito I’m an Italian artist, based in London, UK. I’ve studied graphic design and photography and in fact these transitional experiences had and still have a crucial effect on the whole process of creating my artworks. Born and raised in Naples, south Italy, I had to live with the very concept of discarded and recycled material. The fact of knowing what is art and what is considered just discarded material has always been of my interest. That is why I tend to use upcycled material in almost all my works, trying to picture an abstract, cultural and architectural urban view.



I feel

Size: 60 x 80cm

Size: 60 x 60 cm

Medium : acrylic and paper collage on back of the canvas

Medium: acrylic and paper collage on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ksenia My name is Ksenia and I’m 18 years old artist living in Russia. My meeting with art began at the age of three, when, as a baby, I started drawing on home wallpaper. Now I draw on canvases that are taller than me. As I like to say, “the higher the canvas, the more opportunity to express myself”The depth of human emotion is hard to determine, but I’ll try - art will help me with that. My goal is so that the viewer can fully plunge into the emotion set by the author. As Mark Twain said, “Every emotion is involuntary, if it is sincere.”


The Renaissance of the Goddess Athens”


Size: 31,5” х 24”

Size: 79”х59”

Medium: oil on canvas Medium : oil on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Giovanah Ferreira Faraco My name is Giovanah Ferreira Faraco, I am originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil. I lived in Australia and Italy for the past years, studying and improving myself, now Im living in Guimaraes, Portugal. I’m an enthusiastic artist with a very diverse skillset, such as photography, painter and everything that involves handwork, I consider myself a maker, who loves to create art, welcome creative challenges and always experience new things. I tend to seek out ways to learn new skills and knowledge to improve myself. I always believe that we can learn something from everyone, doesn’t matter the age or the background. I do art because I believe that art connects, art unites, art changes and art is unique, specifically painting, which even without speaking, or moving can bring us countless feelings and sensations, and this is one of my main reasons for making art , it is for the magic of being able to touch and make each


viewer a little bit of everything that I believe, and feel.

person see my art in a unique way, being able to take to the


Size: 130c x 80cm

Taken Size: 130 x 80 cm


Medium : acrylics

Medium: acrylics

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Daria Borisova Daria Borisova was born in Russia, in the small aviation town Zhukovsky in the Moscow region. She has a degree from Moscow State Academic College of memory of 1905 year in Art and Design major. After that, she decided to continue her art education in the USA, and now she is a Fine Arts student at Brooklyn College in New York. Mostly she concentrates on using acrylic paints and discovers the capacities of this material. She uses different techniques such as scratching, multi-layer techniques and creating different textures and surfaces on canvases or paper. Also, she works in her own artistic style that she was exploring and developing for several years. Foreign education and new culture in the US were some of the greatest influencers in her artworks. Now she works on


the series “Women’s Nature” and learns about feminine inner beings, their states, mood, and diversity. Some of her paintings are in private collections.

Two Worlds Size: 20 x 25 cm


Size: 20 x 25 cm

Medium : acrylic paints, watercolor pencils

Medium: acrylic paints, watercolor pencils


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Amar Singh Azad My name is Amar Singh Azad. I’m an Artist, Photographer and Graphic Designer from London. During my time and practice I have developed a sensitive and intricate eye; specialising in pencil work, pointillism and photography. I studied a Degree of Graphic Design and Visual Communications at UCA (University of Creative Arts). I have been freelancing as a graphic designer, working with Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, M&S and Rotary Watches. I have had exhibitions in London for my artwork and photography and also showcased my art in Seoul and New York. I always produce with care, affection and patience and creating pieces with finesse and delicacy.


Dubai Creek Crossover Size: 17 x 25 cm

Bushy Park Sunrise Size: cm

Medium : Pencil Medium: Digital photography


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Lam Yan Yan Currently lives and works in Hong Kong. Documenting the small intimate moments in life with the inner soul of colourist. Claire love to travel around the world to meet new friends, print down the special moment. Claire’s colour vibrantly capture personalities and moods to convey great human being with her subjects.


The world is beautiful, shall we...(2) Size: 60 x 80 cm

The world is beautiful, shall we...(1) Size: 60 x 80cm

Medium: acrylic on canvas

Medium : acrylic on canvas


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Romina Belda Romina Belda (1990) is a Spanish-born London based photographer whose approach to the locations and people she photographs is instinctive and subjective. Romina’s work often explores topics of belonging, memory and identity. She weaves her images together to create narratives mostly based in poetics of the everyday taking the ordinary as the source of all meaning. Her practice is infused with feelings of melancholy and loss. Romina graduated in Musicology at the University of Salamanca and later pursued photography at Fuga school (Barcelona)


and at the University of Arts of London, although she considers herself a self-taught photographer. Her work has been published in Calliope Magazine, MAI Feminism & Visual Culture Magazine and has been exhibited in spaces such as The Skopelos Art Foundation (Greece) or Aire Place Studios (Leeds).

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Size: 15 x 20 cm

Spanish Summer Size: 15 x 20 cm

Medium: photography

Medium : photography


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Sumali Piyatissa Artist based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Sumali is an Accountant by profession and her love for art desired her to pursue it further. She has been painting for many years, developing her own style and artistic identity to create unique pieces of art. Sumali enjoys experimenting with bold color palettes and different mediums. Her style of painting is abstract and differs from traditional techniques to a blend of modern mixed media techniques. Her inspiration is drawn from her travel, surroundings, color, the people she interacts with and things that capture her eye.


Earth amd Sky Size: 32” x 24”

Still waters Size: 36” x 24”

Medium : Acrylic on Canvas

Medium: Oil on canvas


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Hyunsun Yoo Hyunsun yoo was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1981. She completed a bachelor of visual art, Painting as a major and Art history as a minor at Duksung Woman University in Seoul. After that started to study Fine art/painting at Applied art University in Vienna, Austria from 2013 with Professor Emma Rendl denk. Now she lives and works in Vienna and has exhibited in various countries/ Korea, Austria and many European countries. Her First solo exhibition ‘move your body’ at Songeun gallery(2005)/Seoul is the first start to show a work about Human and Humanity, So far she works many paintings and drawings with a same topic. Also she has many works with silk screen printmaking and recent works are overlapping different translucent colors and size of circles to express the


distance of relationship.

Untitled Size: 85 x 75 cm


Size: 105 x 75cm

Medium: oil on canvas

Medium : oil on cavas


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Laura Romero Bachelor in Fine Arts. from the Complutense University of Madrid with a specialty in Design, she completed her studies at the Open University of Catalonia in Digital Art and Culture Innovation and in various subsequent courses: University of the Arts London Central Saint Martins and the International Center for photography and EFTI cinema in Madrid. Multidisciplinary artist has lived in Mexico for 6 years where she has developed her latest photographic projects. With a very intimate work, through his own experiences, he reflects the most personal side of everyday life, provoking a second glance and subjecting it to intense reflection. Recently published by Create! Magazine and Semifinalist in the ARTBOX contest. PROJECT New York 1.0 (By ARTBOX.GAL-


LERY Switzerland), has more selections in awards such as “City of Palencia of Artistic Creation (Spain) or by the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Our Lady of Rosario (A Coruña, Spain)”. He has participated in numerous international fairs, such as Paris, Hamburg, Istanbul and Stockholm among others. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries from London, Madrid, Alaska, and Buenos Aires or Quebec.

Intervals 3 Size: 48 x 63

Intervals 6 Size: 60 x 58 cm

Medium : photography Medium: photography


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Adam Shea Lancaster Adam Shea Lancaster is an American artist from Dallas, Texas. He creates representational paintings in a style he’s called “NeoRomantiClassical”—a contemporary take on draped figures in traditional poses. His themes explore Western culture’s mythical beauty, asking the important question: Is beauty as conceived by Western culture (in the Greco-Roman tradition) mythical in the sense that myth is an “untrue story” or in the sense that myth is a “storied truth.” Lancaster prides himself on creating fine art with humble craft paint from hobby shops on drop cloths from hardware stores. Although fluent in more refined media, he’s made it his mission to present painting as accessible to everyone—beginning with


the art students he enjoys teaching when he’s not in his studio.


Helen Size: 34 x 46 cm

Medium : acrylic on Canvas



Size: 34 x 46 cm

Medium: acrylic on Canvas

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Cherie Lee Ancient craft in the modern age. Prehistoric engravings have been found incised on ostrich eggshells dating as far back 60,000 BCE. I wonder: What if they had my tools? Using high-speed rotary equipment, I reduce this single-celled wonder to the brink of it’s breaking point, producing spherical sculptures inviting you to question what you believed, and find renewed respect for what you believe possible. Strength and weakness are together built into the structure of all things, yet the persistent notion that big = strong & small = weak implies an assigned separation where separation cannot exist. When we perceive something as ‘strong’ there is attraction; when we perceive something as ‘weak’, there is aversion; when we ignore half of the equation, there is distortion. However ordinary, please don’t see anything as mundane. Wherever the unusual arises, approach it with curiosity. What you consider to be strong, revere it’s frailty.


When you see something delicate, appreciate it’s strength. Whether my subject-matter be ecological, sociological or anthropological, I’m doing what’s been done for all of mankind’s

existence: appreciating the natural world around me, marveling at it’s boundless capacity.

‘Shell_of_Shells’ Size: D 9”

‘The_Brink’ Size: D 9”

Medium: carved_ostrich_eggshell Medium : carved_ostrich_eggshell


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Lesley Kurth I have recently graduated from a Bachelor Degree in Graphic and Media Design at London College of Communication (UAL). Over the years I have developed an understanding of socially engaging design whereas unit and self-initiated briefs have advanced my editorial and research skills. Most of my recent works are based on personal experiences aiming to get people to learn and understand. I am passionate about physical engagement and implementing this both socially and culturally. Going forward with a postgraduate degree in Narrative Environments at Central Saint Martins (UAL) I am seeking to specialise in communication and socially engaging design within spatial practices in the future.


I am not your dad Size: 10m x 1m

Success. One step at a time. Size: 1,50 x 2,50m

Medium : Installation of concrete letters and metal chains

Medium: Light projection onto stairs.


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Raisa Khairudinova Raisa Khairudinova was born in 1962 in Kazakhstan. Her interest in drawing and creativity was noticed and developed by grandmother, who was a teacher. Raisa graduated from the children’s art school. At that period, she didn’t plan to connect her life with the fine arts and linked her with medicine. The dream of an art education came true after retirement. In 2017 she graduated from the Kazan College of Folk Arts and Crafts with a degree in “Designer”. Wassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian - influ-


enced the formation of her artistic style, because it allows you not to be limited to a given shape and makes it possible to express the deep essence through colours and arbitrary shapes. Raisa which gives the work volume and texture: plaster, jute thread, coloured gravel, texture pastes, shells. She works with Mixed Media technique, uses oil and acrylic, prefers bright, clear colours, which have a regenerative perception on the viewer. The main idea of Raisa’s creativity is the visual expression of feelings, emotions and thoughts, eternal questions of communication with the outside world.

Since 2020 - a member of the Russian Artists Union.


Size: 35” x 24”

Currently lives and works in Kazan, Russia.

Winter Dreams Size: 12” x 20”

Medium : mixed media

Medium: Mixed media


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sarah Bird Sarah Bird’s collages are made up of photographs of domestic surroundings that have been fragmented, digitally distorted and re-composed as abstract artworks. They follow the tradition of artists meditating upon the theme of ‘home’, re-imagined for the digital age. They explore architecture and community: the places we inhabit and share. Bird uses veils of vivid colour to blend real with imagined, making the familiar, alien. Windows and doorways are common motifs that mark thresh-


olds, the liminal points of boundary and change. The weave of a curtain dissolves into pixels; the view through a window reveals nothing. Bird is drawn to things that show traces of human action over time: the layers of paint and wallpaper, or imprints on a bedsheet. These are symbolic of narratives becoming distorted, entrenched and even oppressive over time. They reflect the fragmented way in which we pass on and take in information in the digital age. Sarah Bird studied at Goldsmith’s College and lives and works

in London. She exhibits regularly and her work is held in private collections in the UK and USA.


Size: 100 x 70 x 3cm

Her work has been used on an album cover for Japanese artist Brockbeats and she has been shortlisted for the Apthorp Prize.


Size: 20 x 20 x 2cm

Medium: photographs collaged on wood panel


Medium : photographs collaged on wood panel

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Honey Truong Amsterdam based, Honey Truong was born in Hamburg in northern Germany in 1994 and later moved to Australia at the age of 19. Throughout her life, Honey has always been fascinated by people, images and how the mental world is represented though the eyes of others. Needles to say, she was drawn to the idea to become a clinical psychologist. The interest was cultivated already during her young teenage years and developed when she opted her university degree of the same subject. She likes to create a realistic interpretation of people, while focusing on expressive elements of light and texture. Honey uses art as medium of self-therapy, which is why it helped her heal, understand others and herself better. She


believes that stimulating the creative mind while relieving mental strain can be well expressed in painting rather than words. Feelings of sadness and harmony emanate from her paintings. Honey’s recent paintings seek to expose a delicate equilibrium between a sense of tumult and painterly texture.

Art Series: Man in the bookshop Size: 29 x 42cm

Art Series: Man in the bookshop Size: 29 x 42cm

Medium: oil paint

Medium : oil paint


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Si Golraine Si is a Ukrainian-born multidisciplinary artist that currently works and resides in New York City. Prior to focusing her attention on visual art, Si went through a wide-ranging, formal, and informal, artistic education. At the age of six and for eleven years thereafter, she was enrolled in a school specialized in classical music in Ukraine. In 2012, Si moved to Texas, where she received additional private visual art education, attended a school specializing in theatre, and worked in a public theatre as a scenic painter. At the age of eighteen she moved to New York City on her own to continue her journey in the arts. With a war breaking out in her native home just two months later, the subsequent impact on her family made it impossible to complete


her course study, and she immersed herself in the visual arts, following only her intuition and passion.

Internal-Gravitation Size: 30” x 30”

Reflection Size: 23” x 26”

Medium : oil,plaster,foam,wood

Medium: faux-oxidation-on-metal


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Nimisha Doongarwal Nimisha Doongarwal is a mixed media artist. Her conceptually layered pieces combine paint, photography, fabric and digital prints which explore varying relationships between past and popular culture, by referencing social issues such as racism, immigration and gender inequality. Each image tells a unique story, creating visual links to current and historical events in time. Through her work, her goal is to give a voice to social issues faced by women and people of color; to encourage viewers to embrace cultural diversity and step up for equality for all. Nimisha has been featured in publications such as Forbes and has exhibited in museums and galleries including the De Young Museum in San Francisco.


Portrait of USA 2020 Dream to fly!

Size: 36 x 36 cm

Size: 12 x 12 cm

Medium: mixed media

Medium : mixed media


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Elsa Egon Elsa Egon is the pseudonym of Stefania Marino. Born in Naples, Italy in 1981. After she graduated from the architect school, she moved to France in 2010. Self-taught artist, she was used to work with different materials and technics. With the Covid crisis she has started to make only portraits. These are oil on canvas painting. After a first solo exhibition in Naples in 2008, she was a finalist of the 2017 award 44 ideas for viadellafucina16 by a committee of scientists.


She was also a finalist for the Art Prize CBM Premio Carlo Bonatto Minella Forme e materia dell’attesa, which led to an exhibition in Turin and then at Galerie Českých center, Prague in 2018. The online curator, Madja Edelstein-Gomez has selected her work for Les Recombinants Exposition International d’art that was presented for the first time at Art O Rama in 2017. She continues to present her work participating to calls for applications, exhibitions like Paratissima 15 Multiversity in Turin, Salon d’Automne in Paris, and ITSLIQUID International Art Fair 2020 in Venice. One of her work has been published in Artist Talk Magazine in Issue 14,Janvier 2021.

Perseus recanted Size: 81 x 100 cm

Andrea interni Size: 162 x 130 cm

Medium: oil on canvas

Medium : oil on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Adrian Amiro As an artist, I am inspired by dreams, nature, and colors. I try to express emotion through the human face. I feel art is a way to connect on emotional levels and the best way to tell that story is with soul.


Golden Hour Size: 10 x 12 cm

Wild at heart Size: 10 x 10 cm

Medium : watercolor and gold leaf Medium: watercolor and gold leaf


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Olive Poole Olive Poole is a Photographer living in Savannah, Georgia, where she is working towards a B.F.A in Commercial Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is originally from Denver, Colorado where she studied Lighting Design at Denver School of the Arts for 7 years and worked within the local gallery industry. She runs the Event Coordination and Media Management division at the Gallery 1505 and The Denver Local Art Museum. While growing up in the artistic community, Olive slowly found herself falling in love with photography and the ways it can creatively illuminate personal issues surrounding femininity and mental health. She is passionate about creating cinematic, intricate, and extravagant pieces that demonstrate themes of peculiarity, delusion, and intimacy


through use of lighting and color.



InTheKitchen Size: 10” wide

Size: 10” wide

Medium: digital photograph Medium : digital photograph


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Natalia Millman I am a conceptual installation artist and painter based in London. I moved to London from Ukraine in 2001. I have been a part of Insight school of Art since 2013, having recently joined their Studio Fridays. My work is constructed from material found on building sites, which I represent as visions of my my own inner fears, like ageing, loneliness, anger and mortality. My organic materials are glued, wired and layered tightly, interconnecting and merging into each other. I am telling a story of my personal cultural dilemma and the experience of loss. I am currently researching the philosophy of ageing. I enjoy researching my body of work through books and dialogues. My symbolic objects remind us of mortality, fragility of life, memory loss and passing physicality. I am trying to transform decay into something beautiful, therefore giving it another life. My recent Ageing project has a strong message of fear of ageing process and the stigma of dementia. I am explicitly highlighting the damage that time imposes on human body and mind, how it erases lingua, memories and consciences. My focal point is


and old. I am a multidimensional artist working on 3D, mixed media, video, sculpture and installa-

the importance of human validation. I would like to highlight the current social denial and dehumanising power of vulnerable

Blinding Light. Size: 100 x 70 x 3cm



Size: variable

Medium: mixed media Medium : Mixed Media


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Lise Bouissiere I am a London based RSS artist and graduate from Central Saint Martins and Chelsea school of art. My practice focuses on the optimization of space and the use of material through the specific construction of ideas I play with to create minimalist and straight forward compositions. My constructions reveal a memory, a current state or a hidden side of a place with the elements that surround it. In many cases, the place I construct my art is transformed like a mental space, offering to the view-


er a large panel of interpretations. I often qualify my sculptures as ephemeral and infinite: the modular compositions made of salvaged materials I develop open up to endless variations. London is an essential source of inspiration to me, my sculptures are made of left over elements found in its parks, pubs, stores… thus; branches, straws, and hangers are some examples of components I use to portray this thrilling city full of life and contrasts. I come from a remote place surrounded by nature, so I interpret the London cityscape in a very organic way, both themes of nature and architecture are fused to create odds and playful compositions. I recently exhibited in the Koppel Project, The Smallest Gallery

In Soho and Gerald Moore Gallery.


Size: 200 x 180 cm

Cranes Size: 21 x 30 cm

Medium: salvadged wood and Acacia Medium : pen on paper


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Alpana Mittal Tejaswini Tejaswini is an accomplished and versatile artist working in multiple media. Her major contribution to the world of Art is her creations using beads on canvas. Tejaswini creates intricate pieces made with perler beads on canvas. Her interest in this unique medium began in 2008, when she purchased an art kit, as a Christmas gift, for her daughter. As her little girl created small birds and flowers using the beads in the kit, the artist started visualizing different patterns on the canvas with these beads and realized she found the perfect texture for her designs. Born into an art loving family, Tejaswini was exposed to art and its appreciation from early childhood. She chose Fine Arts as her major and has a M.F.A. from CCS University, India. She also has an Arts Management diploma from New York University.


Tejaswini has displayed her artwork globally in exhibitions and has been widely acclaimed for her multifaceted style. Her traditional painting depicting “Krishna” was judged Best in Show by Hudson Artists on NJ at their 60th anniversary Exhibition in 2013. She received an Outstanding Service award from Sing for Hope, NYC 2019, having painted a piano for the organiza-

tion, titled “Basant Utsav.”

Om - The Meditation Mantra Size: 24 x 24 cm

Blessings Size: 16 x 20 cm

Medium: mixed media beads on canvas

Medium : mixed media beads on canvas


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Sophia Ruppert Sophia Ruppert Earned an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a BFA in Sculpture from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Her work has been exhibited nationally in galleries and museums including the Alexandria Museum of Art in Alexandria, Louisiana, The Virago in Contemporary Art and Adornment in Seattle, Washington, Art St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri, the Rockford Art Museum in Rockford Illinois, and the Anderson Gallery and Drake University. She has been published in The Woven Tale Press, Fiber Art Now, and Friend of the Artist Volume 12. Recent solo exhibitions include I Poked You Where We Were Connected at the Eisentrager Howard Gallery and Plastic Prayers at Lux Center for the Arts. Her notable awards include the Dan and Barbara Creative Achievement Award and the Othmer Fellowship. In 2020, she received the Gilbert Bayes Award from the Royal society of Sculptors, received the Mayor’s Art Award from the Kimmel


Foundation for the Arts, and was selected as an Emerging Artist by Fiber Art Network. She currently lives and works in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Plastic Prayer Bags Size: 68” x 80” x 4”


Size: 96 x 36 x 6”

Medium: pine, stain


Medium : lycra, plaster, tacks, thread

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Lucy Ellis Lucy Ellis is a digital artist based in London whose work explores anthropology, the human condition and herd mentality within society. In “Untitled” she explores sexually antagonistic selection in modern society and how pornography has affected male fitness. In her work “Grass Carpet” she explores urbanisation and its growing dominance globally in relation to economic development, as well as our perception of nature and its use for decoration. In “Digital Tapestries” the use of digitalising the images presents the distortion of humanity and how we have adapted as a human race. These tapestries will live forever online and won’t overtime become worn out like how a traditional woven tapestry would. She is currently studying Fine Art at Central St Martins where she is emerging and adapting her digital practice. She works mainly in animation and video


as well as sculptural work and digital paintings. The use of a digital practice relates to her exploration of the distortion of humanity away from primates and our association with the natural world.

Digital Tapestries Size: variable sizes


Size: variable sizes

Medium: digital painting Medium : digital painting


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Aysha Choudhury Aysha Choudhury is an artist/illustrator who lives and works around London. She likes to create visual stories with traditional and mix media by mainly working with watercolours, gouache and acrylic paints. Aysha has always been fascinated by the ideas of telling visual storytelling. She loves to delve into characters and places in the form of stories. This allows Aysha to find her voice though creativity and exploring her imagination through her artwork. Infused with elements of colour and nature, she creates pieces that go into the human mental state and connection told in storytelling, meaning and conceptual art. Aysha has refined her skills and studied BA Illustration and Communication at University of Westminster in 2017. During her studies, Aysha won Heath Robinson Illustration competition and displayed illustrations at Heath Robinson Museum in 2016. Since graduating her artworks was displayed in group shows such as West End Gallery (2016), Creative Debuts (Shoreditch 2016), 508 King Road Gallery (Chelsea,2017) and


,2019) all located in London. Currently part of collective called Ghizbo Collective and currently

Richmix (Shoreditch,2017) , Shortwave cafe (Bermondsey

Twins Size: A3

has a virtual online exhibition called ‘Palette of Onism’ in 2020.

Roots Size: A3


Medium : gouache

Medium: gouache and metallic rose paint

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Joely Neilan Joely Neilan (b. 1996) is from Kettering, England. She is a multidisciplinary Artist, whose practice predominantly focuses on Sculptural Paintings and Objects made from concrete. The inspiration behind Joely’s work is derived from exploring urban environments. In a world where no condition is permanent, she finds herself gaining inspiration from what she calls “urban imperfections”, often found in the more derelict areas of towns, cities & built environments. She is also particularly interested in the Anthropocene and the “man-made” & often re-uses single use plastic to create different textures within her work. Joely takes visual cues and snippets from architectural forms, textures and surfaces which are represented through the


characteristics of the materials she uses within her work. She creates a unique aesthetic that resembles a derelict ‘chic’ visual with accents and bursts of colour. For Joely, the process behind creating her work is very important and centres around the relationships between the materials she uses, layers, structural integrity, tensions and fragility.


Size: 38 x 33.5 x 2.5cm

Playground Size: 36 x 31 x 2.5 cm

Medium: Concrete, Plaster, Ink, Spray Paint Medium : Concrete, Plaster, Wire, Wooden Frame, Spray Paint, Ink


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Penny Stuart Penny Stuart, an experimental and published Dublin artist, draws from life with charcoal. She has been attending the Life drawing class in Trinity Arts Workshop for 3 years. Many of her portraits are recognisable as African Heads, and these make reference to her first encounters with a sitter as she was embarking on this creative journey. Penny also does very large abstract acrylic paintings that are strong colour and textural statements . In tandem with this two dimensional work Penny has over the past year begun experimenting with clay/sculpturing heads and using mobile digital media to manipulate images from the original photos taken during the creating process of


the pieces, to produce exciting abstracted juxtapositions that offer the viewer different dimensions of immersion. Exhibitions include a collaborative event with the Whispering Trees Collective in May 2019 in Blackrock Market and an exhibition with Trinity Arts Workshop at Pearse Centre Dublin, June 2019. She has had a number of her charcoal pieces with the themes of Metamorphosis and Audacity published in respected Literary publication Jolt. (Journal of Literary translations with 7 images in 3 volumes) I am recently taking zoom life drawing workshops

with the Newlyn School of Art in Cornwall and Burnt Sienna art school Berlin.

Pen-soeur Size: A2

Untitled Size: A2

Medium : fine art print on archival paper Medium: fine art print on archival paper


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Agata Danilava My name is Agata Danilava. I’m from Vitebsk, Belarus.I graduated from art college. I am currently studying at the European Humanities University, Vilnius. I study visual design.I like graphics, animation, posters and collages.


Landscape Size: A3

Three in the desert Size: A3

Medium : graphic

Medium: graphic


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Nadezhda Begunova Nadezhda Begunova - russian artist who is painting space inside. Nadya was born in Surgut in 1984. Now lives in St. Petersburg. She graduated from Saint Petersburg State University, the Department of Graphic Design in 2007, and defended her dissertation in 2009 on the topic “Temporary and permanent design of the urban environment.” Since 2015 participation in art exhibitions and festivals. Member of the Professional Union of Artists of Russia. Her paintings are in private collections (Russia, Germany, USA, Mexico). In


2019-2020 - study of muralism in Mexico and participation in international festivals. Each of the works is a frank conversation with the viewer about the most intimate and elusive, an appeal to the inner world of a person, his experiences, which are transformed into symbols on the canvas. This is a sincere story of an individual who, nevertheless, is not only an integral part of society, but also builds it. “In art, it’s interesting for me to go not into the external, but into the depth. I am trying to find answers through painting, and “awaken” viewer.”

Gatherer of stones Size: 50 x 50 cm

Strength of kind Size: 100 x 100 cm

Medium : oil painting

Medium: oil painting


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ivan Milenkovic Born in 1988 in Leskovac, Serbia. 2012 : Graduated Master studies at Faculty of Fine Arts, Art University in Belgrade. He had 13 solo exhibitions and participated on more than 80 group exhibitions. 2016- First prize for the painting „‟Have you seen Banksy? 2‟‟ during the 54th October Salon in Leskovac, Serbia. 2015- First prize for the painting “Laptop Light” during the 53rd October Salon in Leskovac,


Serbia. 2010- First prize from the Faculty of Fine Arts for a mosaic. He won Biafarin art prize on Nord Art exhibition in Budelsdorf, Germany. Ivan’s paintings are part of various private collections in Serbia, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungury. He participate on Art residence programs in CITE (2019, France) and Glo‟Art (2014, Belgium). Grant student at Summer Academy, course ,,Selfportrait“, professor : Matts Liederstam, Salzburg. Austria.2012.

Smartphone Light 16 Size: 150 x 170 cm

Smartphone Light 17 Size: 150 x 170 cm

Medium : oil on canvas

Medium: oil on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Libby Sipe Libby Sipe is a Maine based artist and partner with Art Girl Rising. Born and raised in rural Ohio, She learned the basics of multiple mediums from her mother. During the summers of her youth, Libby traveled around the state with her family to help her mother sell her artwork at historical reenactment festivals. The formative years spent in rural Ohio laid the groundwork for a life rich in creative expression that influences her work to this day. Primarily a self taught artist, Libby has explored multiple mediums including acrylic and oil paints, chalk pastel, cyanography, dry-point printing, block printing, collage, and blacksmithing. Beginning in 2020, Libby joined the Art Girl Rising team to help build awareness of women in the art world. When Libby is not tending to her daughter, you can find her in her studio painting and daydreaming.


Queen Bee Size: 20” x 30”

City Slicker Size: 20” x 30”

Medium : acrylic and cyanotype

Medium: acrylic and cyanotype


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Dolores Mephistopheles Dolores Mephistopheles is a Croatian artist based in Berlin, who combines energy work with painting in order to express herself. Inspired by life lessons, music and techno culture, she is painting with acrylics on paper where for some paintings, she uses her whole body as a tool. Colours that dominate her work are only red, blue, black and white. Combination of those four colours represent a union of her feminine and masculine energy, together with light spirit and dark necessities. Paper that she uses is theoretically not meant for painting and thus, symbolises vulnerability of the creations. The mission of her work is to connect the viewers with parts of themselves that they might not be connected with.


All the sex we didn’t have

Power to go alone” Size: 138 x 98 cm

Size: 141,4 x 98 cm

Medium : acrylics on paper

Medium: acrylics on paper


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Olga Goldina Hirsch It’s already ten years ago, when she moved to London. She has been since then working on her professional career in Art. During that time she managed successfully acquire Master degree in Fine Art at City and London of Art School, Birmingham University, London in 2018. At this time Olga is still developing her professional art skills as a painter and illustrator. Participating in group exhibitions located in London and Italy. Her passion to the art lead her to colaborations with art galeries and visiting art conferences. Thank’s to her skill set she received art residency in Tokyo and Athens.


The Winter Of Our Discontent II Size: 140 x 200 cm

The Winter Of Our Discontent I Size: 140 x 200 cm

Medium : mixed media

Medium: mixed media


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Rita Hisar My life journey is unique, as I have always been an Artist but only recently did I pursue it professionally, after working in Law and Education. I have always expressed myself through art and color. As a child, I grew up on a farm entranced by the beauty of trees, flowers and animals. I wanted to capture the fleeting, fragile Beauty of nature through art…before it disappears. However, growing up, I did not think being an Artist was a possible career, so I decided to study and pursue other passions: I obtained 4 university degrees and worked as a refugee lawyer and teacher. Nevertheless, I always found time to paint, to create. A few years ago,I decided to pursue art more seriously, studying art at The Ontario College of Art anDesign University and The Toronto School of Art. My art education gave me the confidence to pursue an Art Career. Inspired by the Movements I studied-Expressionism, Fauvism and Pop Art – I developed my own style using a palette knife and acrylic paint to paint bold and vibrant portraits, still life and figure paintings.


fleeting beauty of a flower, a face or an ice cream cone. In my Art Career I have had the opportunity

I am still doing what I did as a child – trying to capture the

James Dean In the Blue Zone Size: 36 x 30cm

to paint celebrities like NBA star Danny Green and present him with his portrait; I have received representation from New York Gallery Mahlstedt and Art Provo in the Caribbean and more.

Marilyn Monroe In the Blue Zone Size: 36 x 30 cm

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas using a knife

Medium : Acrylic on Canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Misha Nicholas My artwork really began to flourish when I was 21 in 2017 when my first artwork was published in Wotisart’s monthly zine depicting chaos within the Roman Catholic Church. Secondly, in 2018, my artwork named The New Wave was displayed in Art Reveal Magazine where futuristic colours and sketches are combined into reality to create a simulated reality of animated colours and reality in photos. Finally, my final publication in Wotisart’s February 2019. The issue highlights rebellions amongst Sydney’s streets, which gave a spin on the word #trouble. Artist CV: 1. Misha Nicholas August Issue, Wotisart Zine no. 5, August 2017. 2. Misha Nicholas interview, Art Reveal Magazine no.40, June 2018; ISBN 9781388223816. 3. Misha Nicholas February Issue, Wotisart Zine no. 21, February


BLM is a Virus



Size: 799 x 532 px

Size: 1911 x 1278 px

Medium: digital photo Medium : photo


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Lea Hope Bonzer Lea Hope Bonzer is born and raised in Zagreb, Croatia and for the past 17 years, she lives in the USA where she owns a photography business. Her passion is converting details around us into photography art, where she can bring details to life and create a wonder of untold stories. Through her art, she tries to create tranquility, motivation, and inspiration.


“Sounds of memories” Size: 36” x 48”

Confidence Size: 16” x 20”

Medium : metal print Medium: acrylic on Canvas


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Emma Lineham Emma Lineham is a London Based Artist with a journey that started in New Zealand and has led her around the world. Passionate and captivated from a young age by female diversity and its depiction on society has inspired her to capture these various stories through her illustrations. Highly eccentric and distinctive women’s fashion is an extreme fascination that Emma has always found inspiration in. A self-taught illustrator, her style has rapidly developed over the years. After her Illustrations gained her entry into one of New


Zealand’s most renown Fashion Design Schools, she was left hungry for more creative freedom and international travel was the next step to develop her skills. Discovering a multicultural aspect driven by women of the world, she was invited to exhibitions in the UK, Italy and Australia with private clients globally commissioning her for live illustrations, large murals and one-off pieces.

More recently, Emma has enjoyed distilling her style into more controversial scenes, her work aims to evoke the viewer to think and engage with the narrative – however they may wish to

Influencers of Instagram Part I Size: 42 x 59.4 cm

play it out.

Hear Us

Size: 75.2 x 101.6 cm

Medium: Drawn Ink on 220 GSM Paper


Medium : Paint pen on Canvas

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Lepikhina Elvira Lepikhina Elvira Viktorovna was born on March 14, 1987 in the village of Zabaykalsk, Chita region, (Russian Federation). In 2004 -2007 she studied by the St. Petersburg College of Technology, Modeling and Management .In 2007-2011 she studied the St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design; In 2019, she entered the magistracy of the Moscow Art and Industrial Academy named after S.G. Stroganov specialty: Design Textiles. At the moment, he is exploring the form-forming properties of plastic and the possibility of adapting it to a textile base.


With love Plastikoff (1) Size: 42 x 200 cm

Medium : hot manual pressing technique

With love Plastikoff (2) Size: 42 x 200 cm

Medium: hot manual pressing technique


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Temyana We are Temya and Yana Lyubitsky, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. We created our own brand & TEMYANA art family". We work with different materials and in different techniques: painting, graphics, batik, volumetric panels and sculptures, mixed media. We are close to avant-garde art, lyrical expressionism. We ourselves sew, paint and decorate clothes in the avant-garde style (“Modern Pilgrim”). We practice butoh dance and create performances. We conduct art trainings and workshops. we create unique accessories and art objects. We are art teachers for children in a private school (and we give one-to-one lessons).



Size: 30 х 45 cm

Horse man Size: 130 x 170 cm

Medium : oil on canvas


Medium: mixed media

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Rodrigues Goncalves Rodrigues Goncalves (b.2000) is a multidisciplinary artist who mainly works in the language of sculpture. Rodrigues spent three years in a Visual Art course in Madeira Island where he was born. In 2018, Rodrigues came to Edinburgh, Scotland spending almost two years working at the internationally renowned casting foundry Powderhall Bronze. Currently Goncalves is taking a BA(Hons) in Artist Designer Maker: Glass and Ceramics at University of Sunderland, UK. He was selected to


be part of a three-year mentorship programme by the British architect Mike Davies CBE. Goncalves’ practice currently explores unspoken topics and philosophical questions, that are often present in today’s society. Often a mirror of what can and cannot be seen. He uses a traditional casting and innovative mixed media techniques and is particularly interested in the transformation of materials into intricate and vibrant concepts. Rodrigues Goncalves says of his work, “The notion of mortality brought us the idea of time. By observing history, we can see that ideas, feelings and notions

were immortalized through Art “. Based on this thought, the use of what are considered long lasting materials in Goncalves work with the intent of preserving the idea and matter.


Size: 18 x 13 x 13.5 cm

Focus Size: 58 x 30 x 20 cm

Medium: jesmonite, acrylic paint

Medium : Glass


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Penny Van Hazelberg My work is mostly focused around commercialism in a decayed, dystopian society. I often try and capture snapshot memories from my experiences seeing different cities for the first time.

EARTH VS GANDHI @pennyvanhazelberg

PEGASUS 2020 Size: 140 x 100 cm

EXO EXO 2020 Size: 158 x 160 cm

Medium : acrylic, oil paintstick, collage on canvas


Medium: acrylic, oil paintstick on canvas

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Seva Boytsov I DRAW WHAT I WANT AND LOVE. I SHARE THE BEAUTY WHICH I SEE AND FEEL, I LEAVE FOR THE AUDIENCE A SPACE FOR THEIR OWN FEELINGS AND THOUGHTS” In my art, I work at the intersection of styles of fine art, forming my own. I try to raise questions from the viewer, to introduce the viewer into a state of some confusion at the first eye contact with the work, and it is a moment of beauty trans-


fering and the exchange of energy between art and man takes place. And I try to strengthen this exchange with symbols in my works on the principle of a reliable and solid foundation. In my works of small format, I have already managed to derive the term Trashrealism. Trashrealism is the moment when fragments of a pictorial form strive to convey reality with the help of an artist, me, Seva Boytsov. I find these “fragments” in the abstract space of unnecessary forms of fine art. I bring them to life by working from nature. And I broadcast all this to the viewer.

Queen or Soda in Space Size: 134 x 163 cm

Festive day in forest Size: 134 x 163 cm

Medium: oil on canvas

Medium : oil on canvas


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Oleg Tsyba I am a Russian artist. Like many artists before me - I try to comprehend the form - as the primary component of art. The spaces and heroes in my works have an alternative color scheme - with this I emphasize that the color of the skin does not matter. The modern world still cannot accept the truth - we are all equal and everyone is unique. Most often, the subjects for my works are myths and ancient scriptures. These themes are always relevant to Humanity they tell us about love, passion and death. They inspire me to create my artworks.


Hello mr Hockney Size: 180 x 180 cm

Sleeping Venera Size: 320 x 160 cm

Medium: mixed media

Medium : mixed media


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Evgeniya Pankratova Evgeniya Pankratova was born in Moscow in 1997. From 2012-2016 studied at the Moscow Academic Art College at the Department of Graphic Design. In 2016 moved to Italy and entered to the Florentine Academy of Fine Arts, Graphic Art major. Graduated on the 3rd of march in 2020. During the study went to the MCAD as an exchange student (ERASMUS program), participated in different competitions and group exhibitions and won some prizes, including the 3rd place in


National etching competition of Community of Gorlago. At the moment she lives and work in Hungary and continue her own research in painting.

Convent of san domenico Size: 20 x 20 cm

The_saints Size: 20 x 20 cm

Medium: encaustic on wood Medium : encaustic on wood


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Ema Mar Ema Mar [Emilia Maryniak] is a painter and a multi-media installation artist, working with image, sound, and natural vegetation. She is interested in the concept of self-mythology and self-identity as a process, specifically with its relation to a physical body and memory. She analyses biological body as a notion of meanings, archetypes and myths, while memory interests her as a language of genes and gestures. Philosophical theories related to feminism and environment, as much as scientific understanding of human existence, shapes an important framework for her both artistic and theoretical practice. Graduated from The Chelsea College of Arts – University of


ROOTS square Size: 90 x 90 cm

the Arts London (MA Fine Art) and from the Institute of Art History at The University of Warsaw (MA Art History).

ROOTS tondo Size: D 90 cm

Medium : acryl on canvas


Medium: acryl on canvas

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Marina Clemente Marina Clemente is a conceptual artist and painter living and working in Paris, France. Her work is concerned with the theme of searching for a new connection through disconnection in our fast- paced world. Clemente approach this theme through the metaphor of sleep and dreaming. Dreaming is a unique experience which cannot be fully shared with another person. We cannot take a friend’s hand and call him to come along. When we are plunged into the dream world we go there alone. For the past 5 years Clemente was noticing and capturing sleeping people from her daily life, her friends or family. From the archival material collected, a series of paintings “In Dreams” was born. Clemente’s work is an exploration of the connection between the dream and the reality in the context of our perpetually hurrying world. She exhibited in Europe, most notably in Paris and Berlin.


Her paintings are hanging in private collections in Europe, Russia and the United States.

Make-up for dad while he sleeps Size: 180 x 80 cm

Maison & Objet Size: A3

Medium: acrylic on paper

Medium : acrylic on canvas


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Mel Renea Mel Renea is a cross disciplinary artist locate in Brooklyn, NY, whose current work plays with merging experimental design and artisan handcraft to inspire livable spaces. “MTHR” is a creative direction which explores personal, subconscious iconography through texture, sculpted substrates, form, and color. Shadow and light play with the three dimensionality of the canvas surfaces to add kinetic interest, while fiber inspires touch and movement. MTHR is equal parts craft and fine art: canvases are hand sculpted and stretched on digitally designed frames while the wool used is dyed by the artist and hand shorn from local east coast farms by the artist’s mother.


Circle in Square Size: 20” x 20”

Arch in Square Size: 20” x 20”

Medium : acrylic and Wool on Sculpted Canvas

Medium: acrylic and Wool on Sculpted Canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Larissa Monique Hauck Through the exploration of visual myth-making Larissa Monique Hauck expands on concepts surrounding femininity and nature as a vessel for catharsis, vulnerability, and impermanence. Her ethereal drawings reflect a duality between fantasy and reality, by conjuring dream-like imagery that develops into a transformative state reflecting on the fleeting aspects of time and humanity. These notional subjects respond to feelings of isolation in a crowded and alienating world by evoking the healing that comes from within. There has been major changes across the world this past year, and as important as it is to adapt it is equally if not more impor-


tant to take care of ourselves. This series of small-scale ink drawings were created during the quarantine of 2020/21 and reflect upon the importance of remembering that as humans we are a part of nature ourselves, and like flowers and plants we need to tend to our parts (whether is is spiritually, mentally, or physically). Otherwise we will atrophy and eventually wither away.

Metamorphosis Size: 7 x 10 cm

Play Pretend Size: 12 x 9 cm

Medium: watercolour and ink

Medium : watercolour and ink


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Sophirat Muangkum Sophirat Muangkum (1983) Thai artist lives and works based in Bangkok. Sophirat is interested in human thought. She is often inspired by stories of people,nature,animals, subculture and the situation of thai society. She answers her questions thru her works about what she is interested in at that time. In 2019-2021, she attended ‘artist-in-residence’ programs because she would like to have an opportunity to research and collaborate with local people about what they think about their own body and ask them to use their own body to talk about situation at that time such as politics, nature, pollution, subculture, beauty standard etc. Muangkum also works for commercial projects and publications. Her images have been featured in VOGUE Italia, ThaiPBS, Play Magazine Thailand, Zoomaa (Norway), KALTBLUT Magazine (Germany) and Blast Magazine Thailand. Sophirat also has photobooks and ‘Live Life In Your Own Skin’ ,her latest one is launched on February 2021 at her solo exhibition in Khonkaen ,Thailand


“Not just simple nude; her work is a combination of artistic, idea, and art of pulling out of identity.

Expose yourself to your deepest fear. Size: 24” x 34.5”

Many works of Sophirat show us various identities of models; telling their hidden stories through skins, gestures, and complex lights and colors.”

Genuine Thai Size: 24”*24”


Medium : Digital Fine Art Print (Ilford lustre 260 gsm) / 120mm film Kodak 400TMax Medium: Digital Fine Art Print (Ilford Smoothpearl 310 gsm)

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Patricia Figueiredo Patrícia Figueiredo lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. Initially, her creative process found a place in her training in architecture, a place that served as a trigger for the development of a creative-artistic vision that would emerge in other media. With collage, she found a possibility of enunciation of her language, where images and words subscribe to each other and resurrect motivating issues of painting and sculpture. Starting from this, Patricia begins an exhaustive and obsessive process searching for the word that will unfold in its original form, such as the link of chain that somatizes an incessant search for a proper word or by a proper name, which always results in something new.


Beginning Size: A4

Exchange Size: A4

Medium: analogecollage Medium : analogecollage


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Venetia Jollands I am an artist and musician based in Crouch End, London. Having always felt a huge need to feed my creative spirit, I continued to draw and paint whilst studying the violin at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Recently, I have had time to take my career as an artist further alongside my music making and can often be found painting in my studio at Blue House Yard. I enjoy exploring various painting media, but predominately use acrylics, oil and pencil in multiple layers on my canvas. I aim to use as much recycled material and packaging as possible, as I believe that creativity should exist in harmony with nature, wherever possible. My work explores the connection between aesthetics and reality; I am inspired by both life’s unanswerable questions and the startling beauty of our fragile existence and the planet that we call home. Alongside this, I am interested in historic iconography and the meaning of art in different cultures and places, by patterns found in nature, and traditions in design and architec-


bold mark making or fine details, and am always looking to create a sense of unity in my work

ture. I deeply enjoy the process of painting, whether through


Size: 20” x 24”

using form, colour and texture.


Size: 18” x 24”

Medium: acrylic and oil on canvas Medium : acrylic on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Nick Lawrence Nick Lawrence studied fine art at Winchester School of Art; specialising in sculpture, printmaking and painting. Nick’s painting series “What’s That Noise?” seeks to portray the blurred lines between our physical and digital memories, and the fragmentary nature of identity and information in the contemporary world. In a reflection of the way this data is chopped and changed the paintings themselves have been cut up and collaged back together, producing a new result each time the process is repeated. This process draws parallels between the way human mind interacts with and constructs its own memories with scraps of sound, smell and sight, and the ever increasing lack of clarity surrounding how information is compiled and presented as fact in the digital age.


What’s that noise 1 Size: 32 x 36 cm

Medium : oil, sand, cement, mdf

What’s that noise 2 Size: 19 x 56 cm

Medium: oil, sand, cement, aluminium leaf, mdf


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Katerina Bukolska I wanted to create many images by many different techniques at the beginning of my work , because I enjoyed the process itself . I started to slow down over time and i recyled my older works in new current work. I am more viewer than creator and i found new dimense of my art work.My MUSE is Nature and Woman who I am. events-99 GENIALE VROUWEN in See all This Kunstmagazine en platform num.10 14th JMCA-non pro section Winner Selfie single picture exhibitions-2012,2013 Prague - the Czech Republic 2013 Banska Stiavnica, Nitra - Slovakia 2013 Kielce - Poland 2019 New York -USA The Affordable Art Fair 2019 Barcelona - Spain The 12th Julia Margaret Cameron Award Exhibition - Women Photographers Today 2019 Prague - ČR GE Fotorenesance


The exciting game1. Size: 100 x 80 cm

Topičův salón

When an Elephant and Fish met in the Jungle Size: 40 x 60 cm

Medium : digitalart Medium: digitalart


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Rustem Ibatullin ( Rustie Muar) My name is Rustem Ibatullin. Born 29.04.1980 I am an artist from Russia and live in city Kazan. I graduated from the Faculty of Design (KSABA Kazan) in 2012, and earlier from the Art School. I was also taught (privately)by professional ol painter artists. I use the initially acquired skills of understanding the basics of perspective, composition, design and artistic thinking, but in order to be an artist and not a graphic designer, you need expression of technique, color, subjective vision, which allows you to go beyond what is possible for a physical object in terms of its practicality and convenience (if you take the design). In terms of the emotional component, I am an adherent and


lover of style and artists who profess the idea of sharp perception of color and form, stylish rigor, clarity, tension of emotions, the presence of objectivity, despite the fact that non-objective art is currently the most popular and advanced. But still, I do not depict a copied or just a landscape, but a plot and mood. I paint pictures on different topics, without focusing narrowly on something specific, but I think that it would be good for any

mature artist with many years of experience, the most important thing is to keep your style, but you can’t fake it.


Size: 80 x 71 cm

Instalation Size: 50 x 40 cm

Medium: oil on canvas, wooden frame

Medium : oil on canvas


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Galina Shepeleva Galina Shepeleva was born in 1980 in the small Karelian town of Medvezhyegorsk. She studied painting under the guidance of the Honored Worker of Culture of the Republic of Karelia and the Russian Federation, one of the leading painters of Karelia - Lev Nikolaevich Burin. Galina is a member of the Malki amateur art studio. In her works, she mainly combines oil with the style of realism. She draws inspiration from observing the world around her, absorbing beauty and plunging into the creative process with her soul. In the open air, she gladly transfers the beauty of the nature of her native land to the canvas. My goal in art is to convey stories affecting not only feelings, but also awakening ancestral memory.


Ilmatar Size: 40 x 30 cm

Medium : oil


Church of the Epiphany Size: 40 x 30 cm

Medium: oil

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Alicia Quigley Alicia ‘Quig’ is an Irish artist, currently residing in Berlin . Mainly working in large-scale format and dabbling in various mediums from acrylics and oils to spray paint and graphite, Quig makes use of any material necessary to tell the story of each visual creation. This often leads to intricately layered textures and tones that bring a unique element to each and every piece. Quig’s art career began with her fascination with painting on recycled and used materials, such as old wooden cutoffs that she would collect from a local wood artist. The one-of-akind scrapes, scratches, tones and dimensions in every piece would prompt an idea or subject matter which she views as a continuation of the story that has already begun. From here, she has taken part in various group exhibitions throughout North America, such as, the RAW Natural Born Artist Showcase, the Pancakes and Booze Exhibition, Vancouver, and MADS Milano, Milan, as well as multiple commissions including her participation in the Squamish Mural Festival in BC, Canada.


-ke strong recognizable subjects and morph them into a form that is conflicting and contrary to

‘’Exploring themes of identity and transformation I like to ta-


Size: 95’’ x 50’’

expectation. The ideas of expectation vs reality and sincerity vs deception, are ones that I believe are prevalent within our society.

IdentityCrisis Size: 98’’ x 55”

Medium : spraypaint & oils

Medium: spraypaint & oils


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Siu Lin Ho I’m a young mixed media artist from the Netherlands, born 1991. I tend to work with different mediums such as photography, painting and drawings. Usually my work is intuitive, and I try to find spirituality within the work. What made me come to this point is having studied a variety of religions and also Buddhism. Painting cán be very meditative and arts can be spiritual. Nevertheless, my path drew me here after mental illnesses, so I believe it’s a good path to take, working with color, intuition, lines, and subconscious drawings.


Inner worlds 4. Size: 65 x 50 cm

Inner worlds 5. Size: 65 x 50 cm

Medium : oil on paper Medium: oil paint on paper


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Alina Orlova Orlova Alina was born in 1996 in Kazakhstan. As a child, she graduated from Aktyubinsk School of Art, after moving to Russia she studied at Kazan School of Art named after N.I.Feshin from 2012 to 2017 specializing as a Designer-Teacher. Alina educated herself and attempted to use her talent and skills in such creative areas as design, art, decor, restoration, photography. For her works, the artist prefers canvases prepared by herself. She uses in her works a Mixed Media with texture, potal inclu-


sions, natural materials. The artist focuses on emotional expression, strives to achieve as great an effect as possible by simpler means. She loves the light, often uses bright and contrasting combinations to produce the best impression. Alina likes to arouse the viewer’s curiosity with unusual details and implied sense in her works. The storylines in her paintings are left open for interpretation by the viewers themselves. The artist opens us her own perspective of the world and its inconstancy. The primary objective is creation of works that do not provide the viewer

with ready answers through either the plot, or the colors, or the rhythm. Currently lives and creates works in Kazan, Russia.


Size: 13” x 17” cm

Magnolia from the series Through the prism of subjectivity Size: 16” x 28”

Medium: canvas_Mixed media

Medium : mixed media


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Camille Theodet Born in 1995 in the suburb of Paris, France, Camille did first Fine Art studies (bachelor) before to enter a private school of Special effects make up. After playing with different mediums and trying ways to express himself, it became clear that painting and drawing was the main mediums to be used. He decided to move to Berlin in 2017, where he is now residing and working. Camille is working with airbrush painting, spraypaint, metal paintings. His current serie of paintings, “Holy ghetto”, intend to propose new modern stories from the religious and classical painting of the masters. He is influenced by the classics, dramatics, and religious paintings of art history. He is creating new sense from what already exists in those periods, and reuse picturial codes to reinterpret them.


Juice Size: 150 x 100 cm


Size: 140 x 120 cm

Medium: airbrush, spraypaint, gold, oxydised painting on canvas

Medium : airbrush, spraypaint, chrome, acrylic on canvas


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Xenia Samokhina Xenia Samokhina was born in Moscow, Russia. But graduated from the Fine Art Academy in Ravenna with a master’s degree in mosaic. Since that time mosaic becomes her passion. She has participated in several collective exhibitions in Italy and France, also participated in the creation of muralis in Cuba and Italy. Participant of the 4th mosaic symposium in Sardinia and the 2nd online symposium. Her works are in private collections in Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Spain, Germany and the USA.


Space View Size: 49 x 72 cm


Size: 65 x 66 cm

Medium : mosaic

Medium: mosaic


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Nastya (La Asparagus) My name is Nastya, also known as La Asparagus and I’m artist based in Moscow. I’m huge fan of painting, drawing and eating sirniki from cottage cheese. Right now I’m studying in University of Gas and petrol on law faculty, working as key frame artist and tutor of English for kids. Being inspired by an enormous amount of different atmospheres and lives, that people lead, I’m trying to capture all the details and stories that regularly happen to me and people around. That’s why I love combining different materials and techniques to apply freshness, weirdness and beauty to my works. Furthermore I adore adding


random or specific text about my worries and feelings at that moment or in general.


Size: 104 x 70 cm

Sisterhood Size: 67 x 70 cm

Medium: mixed


Medium : mixed

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Taylor Frost My name is Taylor Frost, a 19 year old painter who specializes in colorful expressive art. I use my art as a tool for real change that has the ability to impact lives. I am not content with standing by and watching the world’s beauty dissipate, my quest is to immortalize it in a painted form while saving it for future generations to enjoy. I evoke feelings of wonder and awe while enhancing the beauty I see so quickly disappearing. I am passionate about conservation and donate percentages of each sold piece to reputable wildlife charities. I hope to share my emotional investment with the viewer and, hopefully, inspire in them a piece of my fire for wildlife conservation. I am on a quest to impact the art world in a big way, help me on my conservation journey so that I may save the animals I care for so deeply.

Running From the Past @frost_creative_spot

Deadly Sweetness Size: 32” x 48”

Solemn Prayer Size: 32” x 48”

Medium : digital on fine art canvas Medium: digital on fine art canvas


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Anita Turadjanova My name is Anita and I’m an Uzbek artist living in St. Petersburg, Russia. I was born in 1994 in Tashkent. Graduated from the Pavel Benkov Republican Art College in 2013. Winner of the International and Republican Olympiad, contest of students of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2013. Graduated with honors from the F aculty of Arts of St. Petersburg State University in 2020. Participant of collective university, republican and international exhibitions and festivals (Uzbekistan, Russia, Korea). I prefer oil and tempera painting on canvas and paper. My art


combines strict rules of Russian academism and bright motives of Uzbek culture. I draw things that excite me, my art is inextricably linked with me: I pass through myself emotions and impressions in order to find answers to the questions that concern me the most. Having a diverse background, I get inspiration from my childhood memories and life events. Many things motivate me to draw: from a bird flying by on a shiny day to a large-scale event in the world. Being an academic artist, I begin my work with finding the spot, composition, color scheme

and collecting the necessary materials. And then I proceed to implementing my plans.

By the sea

Size: 52 x 34 cm

Bedtime Stories Size: 70 x 70 cm

Medium: tempera & paper

Medium : oil & canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ellaya Yefymova I am an artist from Ukraine. I’ve had a passion for art since I was a child. In 2004, I graduated from the Art school with honors. However, after a difficult adolescence and uncertainty caused by my love for natural sciences, I postponed my dream of becoming an artist and decided to become a doctor. I still love medicine as science (not practice), but I feel happy only with the brush in my hand. Becoming a mom made me realize that dreams cannot be postponed! There is no better time than now! So now I am an artist with a medical diploma and an unlimited love for science, art and the human body. In my artworks, I want to convey to the viewers important aspects of our life related to health and threatening environmental pollution, in order to inspire people for a more conscious attitude to their bodies and their environment. Medical education has given me such knowledge that I want to share, since knowledge about the human body and the influence of external and internal


Price of one’s life in 2020 Size: 40 x 50 cm

factors on it can qualitatively improve a person’s life and help to avoid many problems.

Nature or Marketing - the choice is yours Size: 40 x 50 cm

Medium: oil and pills on canvas, framed Medium : oil, mask, 1-dollar banknote on canvas, framed


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Tatiana Sorokina My name is Tatiana Sorokina. I am 46 years old artist living in Russia. I have been graduated Art school during big political and economic period of changes in our country and that time I have decided the actual life of those years did not require any art creators and I have got also a philological diploma and a diploma of World economics. Many years I did not touch any art materials but in 2016 I have taken the strong decision – I am a painter, I am an artist, I have a lot of things inside of me accumulated to be shown on this world. I have returned to practice drawing and painting art again, refreshed my art knowledge and still trying to develop my own style. Recently I participated in several local and international open calls and shows.


Something_more Size: 50 x 40 cm

Dreamers Size: 50 x 40 cm

Medium : acrylics


Medium: acrylics

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Anna Stuart Anna Stuart is an emerging artist based in France. Her grandfather was a talented self-taught Russian artist, whose skills and vision were admired by many. A lawyer by trade, Anna lived and worked in different parts of the world, which gave her a chance to get deeper insights into various cultures, traditions and customs. This experience allows her now to see many things from a different perspective and to use techniques and inspirations which create her own unique style. Already, her works are getting noticed. Her aquarelles were recently exhibited in one of London’s central galleries. “If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint” – this quote by Edward Hopper guides Anna in her work. Working with watercolours, gouache and pastel primarily in the style of art naïf, her creations can be very detailed; many with humour, and some of them are puzzles. She always tries to tell a story - whether it’s real or imagined. Constantly discovering ways to express herself in visual art,


only one rule: “THERE ARE NO RULES IN ART”.

Anna tends to use a more contemporary approach and follows

Somewhere 1 Size: 30 x 40 cm

Musician on Mute Size: 30 x 40 cm

Medium: watercolour

Medium : watercolour and pastel


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Kryštof Novotný My name is Kryštof Novotný and I live in Czech Republic. I have been painting since I was a child. After high school I decided to study History of Art, because I wanted to have more scope about curatorial work. Now I am trying to fully start my artistic career, open a studio and things related to it... The exhibition What It Feels Like a Girl tries to capture a woman’s life (desires, thoughts, and feelings in individual important moments of their lives) in 20 oil paintings. I have always taken women as muses that inspire me not only in an artistic career. I admire their way of thinking and looking at the world. During my life so far, I have met several exceptional women who have strongly influenced and supported me in my decisions. For these reasons, I decided to dedicate my new exhibition mainly to them. The paintings created during the years 2018-2020.


It’s a manifesto celebrating women, trying to deal with the question of the position of women today and the concept of feminism as such. And also, to bring a woman’s life closer to the male audience and portray how it feels to be a woman.

Sadness Size: 100 x 100 cm


Size: 100 x 100 cm

Medium : oil on canvas

Medium: oil on canvas


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Harsimran Juneja Harsimran Juneja is a self-taught artist who attempts to build a perception about living life within a society of contrasts, contradictions and conflicts through his practice. With personal experiences at the core of his works, he employs drawing, painting and text in his artistic pursuits to portray social observations and narratives that can be interpreted plurally. Harsimran pursued his Master’s in Design Management and Cultures from the University of the Arts London to explore his passion as an educator in Art and Design. Having gained clarity


after his time in London, Harsimran formalised his practice in painting after returning to India in late 2019. He participated in his first online group exhibition titled Surface: The Online Edit with Artbuzz Studios, Delhi in 2020. Since then, he has participated in two other online art exhibitions with Keshav Art Foundation, ‘Dharohar’, Delhi and Merakii Art House, ‘Catharsis’, Delhi respectively in 2021. Most recently, Harsimran participated in ‘The Group Show’ with Shrine NYC. Born in 1995, Harsimran works and lives in Ahmedabad, India.

Insecurities (Don’t Capture My Face)


Size: 152.4 x 91.4 cm

Size: 152.4 x 91.4 cm

Medium : mixed media

Medium: mixed media


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Mary Badalian Mary Badalian is a contemporary visual artist currently living and working in Yerevan, Armenia. A lawyer by training, Mary’s interests span international relations, human rights and questions of ethics and integrity which she developed through internships at the Armenian Constitutional Court, Chamber of Advocates and at the UN in Armenia. In parallel to her university studies in law (Slavonic University of Armenia, 2018), Mary rediscovered her passion for art and creativity as a form of self-expression. For Mary these two paths - although distinct - are interconnected: while the law creates an environment for freedom of thought, art is the expression of that liberty in its most human form.


Since 2017, Mary has immersed herself in a practice of mixed media on canvas that involves intricate embroidery of thread and beads covered by acrylic paint, often in a monochrome palette. Her practice is both an ode to her Grandmother, an avid embroiderer, as well as a “quiet rebellion” as she transforms a traditionally female, domestic craft into large scale works of fine art.

Warm Orange Juice Size: 70 x 80 cm

Medium : Glass beads, emroidery floss and acrylic on canvas


Disambiguation Size: 50 x 40 cm

Medium: Glass beads, emroidery floss and acrylic on canvas

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Eva Kosinar Eva Kosinar was born 1977 in Bratislava/Slovakia and grew up in Hainburg/Lower Austria. Since 1999 she lives in Vienna and in 2008 she started working as a freelance photographer. She focuses on artistic projects. As a photographer I work on snapshots of a fictional world. They deal with personal feelings, relationships and troubling situations in one´s life. In my work I get inspired by classical paintings such as Fra Angelico or Hieronymus Bosch and their peculiar perspective and image composition. Therefore, all my photographs reflect a certain plot.


I work experimentally and alienate my works with different methods. Digital photographs of persons of objects are the point of departure for my work. I design and produce all the backdrops and props for my photographs myself, which reflect the influence of classical paintings. Afterwards I manipulate them digitally. Again, medieval examples from oil paintings strongly influence me. I use different materials for this, which is why primed newsprint or fabric can serve as image carriers in addition to classic photographic paper.

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Size: - variable sizes

Eva_and_her_man Size: - variable sizes

Medium: mixed media

Medium : mixed media


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Julien van Middendorp Julien van Middendorp is a Dutch abstract painter. His large format oil paintings are interconnected with living colors. His work is characterized by carefully thought out composition and use of basic colors. He seeks his inspiration in the streets, resulting in an organic twist being added to his style. Although his canvases are abstract, you can sense figures in his works and hear music resonating in the titles.


Alien Blueprint And the Circus Leaves Town...

Size: 185 x 90 cm

Size: 100 x 100 cm

Medium: oil on canvas


Medium : oil on canvas

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Leona Mcfarlane I am passionate about my work as an artist and work tirelessly to achieve effects that are visually original, different and innovative. I look for inspiration in every detail of creativity in art, music and theatre having worked as a Theatre Designer and photographer . I bring a combination of that experience and view on life to all the visual arts especially photography and writing I look to capture moments which explore expression and I always seek new ways to connect people’s emotions through their environment.


The phone Bissful moments

Size: variable

Size: variable

Medium : digital photography

Medium: digital photography


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Larissa Loginova I am passionate about my work as an artist and work tirelessly to achieve effects that are visually original, different and innovative. I look for inspiration in every detail of creativity in art, music and theatre having worked as a Theatre Designer and photographer . I bring a combination of that experience and view on life to all the visual arts especially photography and writing I look to capture moments which explore expression and I always seek new ways to connect people’s emotions through their environment.


BigLotuses Size: 40 х 70 cm

MyLotuses Size: 40 x 50 cm

acrylic, watercolor pencils


Medium : acrylic, watercolor pencils

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Silvio Severino Silvio Severino is a contemporary photographer, collage, and gif artist. He works in both analog and digital formats, which puts him in a unique creative position, Whereby he can cross and recross the traditional and the contemporary. Silvio is searching for new values, new visual languages that will allow him to incorporate photography, collage, and animation in new formats. With Silvio and his work, photography often becomes collage, with collage often becoming animated gif. It is an exciting new frontier in contemporary art for which this artist is at the forefront. This is an artist that understands the technology of gifs, glitches, and loops, the bedrock of contemporary gif animation and video art. He finds himself in an enviable position whereby he can use these technologies to expand his work.


Silvio is interested in exploring a range of contemporary issues through both collage and gif animation. From nature and the urban, to consumerism and the idealization of beauty and sexuality, from art versus capitalism, to the banality of publicity and celebrity.

Silvio was born and raised in Brazil, but has spent the last twenty years in Europe, he now lives in Cork , Ireland.

Loo-Inside-Yourself Size: 30 x 40 cm

I-Kissed_A-Boy-and-I-Liked-It-I Size: 30 x 40 cm

Medium: analog collage Medium : Analog-Collage


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Ilana Shechter Ilana Shechter is an artist who creates in the style of Chinese Ink Painting. She was born in Russia in 1972 but has lived in Israel since 1999. Ilana loves nature, holds a degree in biology teaching and is fascinated by the world of flowers and small animals such as birds, butterflies, bees and various other insects. Ilana appreciates that in Chinese Ink Painting it is important to express symbolism, simplicity and emotion where in the final work there is a lot of room left for the interpretation of the viewer. All of Ilana`s works were created using authentic Chinese materials and tools such as xuan rice paper, black ink, colored mineral pigments and special brushes. Ilana started painting in this style 8 years ago and studied from Japanese and Chinese painters Kazuo Ishii, Liu Fengwen and Che Ji, as well as in a Professional Online School of Oriental Painting in Moscow, Russia. Ilana participated in the group exhibitions in Israel and in Mos-


-ber of the Association for Visual Arts in Rishon LeZion, Israel. At present Ilana is painting and teaching Chinese Ink Painting for adults.

cow (Russia) in 2019-2020. Since 2021 Ilana has been a mem-


Size: 51 x 34.5 cm

Golden bamboo Size: 68.5 x 34.5 cm

Medium: Ink and gold color on paper


Medium : ink and gold color on paper

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Sergey Denisov Artist Sergey Denisov (born in 1988). City of Kusa, Chelyabinsk region, Russia. He studied at the Faculty of Art and Graphics (Magnitogorsk). Works as a teacher of drawing and carpentry at school. He created his own union of artists in his city and is its chairman. Has an active life position. Initiator of many creative projects. Sculptor of snow towns. Painter. Chart. He invented his own style of digital art. He opened the lightscape in the photograph, not knowing what was already known.


He came up with his own style of light painting. In 2009, he opened his first solo exhibition of light painting in Magnitogorsk. Writes his own music. He plays the guitar. He is a participant of city, district and international exhibitions of painting. He participated with his works in the exhibition "Metaphysics of the Head" of the Mikhail Shemyakin Gallery (St. Petersburg). A very media personality. Many publications in the media. Sergey Denisov wants to find an art gallery for cooperation. The artist has many avant-garde ideas for painting, sculpture and installation.

Ephemeral ballerina Size: 400 x 500 px

Medium : fotograph drawing light

Artist’s dream Size: 400 x 500 px

Medium: Digital art


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Ksenia Romanovich and Anastasiia Serge Ksenia Romanovich and Anastasiia Serge graduated same architectural faculty in the Academy of Art (2012, 2014). Ksenia works as architect with large companies designing buildings for them in Russia and Greece. Anastasia works as Illustrator and textile designer for international brands. Both artists take part in group exhibitions, and each had a personal one. Studying architecture for 10 years led them to a realization that the description of the world is alike drafting a design, where the complex can be uncovered in parts. The act of creation becomes space “appropriation” for the artist, at the same time as the “conquests” of own boundaries are exposed. Paint-

@anastasiia.serge.artist @k.romanovich.art

ing and graphics, in this light, are tools for the architectural design of one’s own perspective — inside out and back inwards again. Heavy turns light, dark — bright, empty becomes filled, and then in the opposite direction ad infinitum.

Urban Arteries Size: 40 х 50 cm

Urban Love Size: 40 x 50 cm

Medium : print & drawing Medium: print & drawing


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Sampy Sicada Sampy Sicada is a Manchester-based artist, designer and Youtuber from Hong Kong. He mainly practises art in traditional mediums such as graphite, colour pencils and oil paints. The themes depicted in his work range from being grounded in real-world ideas to the abstract and theoretical. His main interest is exploring social constructions through use of objects and the human form.


Chance would be a Fine Thing (Peep Show fan art)

Did you miss me? Size: A3

Size: A3

Medium: colour pencils

Medium : colour pencils


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Elzara Oiseau Hi, my name is Elzara Oiseau. I live in Kyiv. I studied monumental art at university in Crimea. I started my own jewellery business and I moved on in Kyiv. During this work, I took the course of calligraphy, I fell in love with it, and I even participated in the calligraphic exhibitions, including the main festival of literature in Kyiv, Mystetsky Arsenal. In 2018 we started to make my own jewellery, for realise my ideas. But this was not enough for me too, I have always been feeling that I need to say much more to this world, and during the quarantine I started to search my own style in the art. I have made more than 50 artworks in 10 months, and even the walls. The artworks are very different, but very important for me. Now, I finally feel my way, where I should move. Now Im emerging artist.


Coffee&cigarettes_Renee Size: 60 x 70 cm

Coffee&cigarettes_somewhere_ in_California Size: 60 x 70 cm

Medium : acrylic on canvas Medium: acrylic on canvas


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Svetlana Martin My name is Svetlana Martin. I am an artist with different interests and abilities. In my studio, I create unique pieces of art in a unique style every day. In my paintings, I try to convey emotions and feelings, thoughts, and memories. With alcohol ink, I am constantly looking for a new style of work on paper, plastic, and canvas. My works are in private collections in Europe, purchased from me both offline and online. I studied at schools of modern painting in Moskow and St. Petersburg, which gave me a good foundation ( School of the interior painting by Sasha Fedorova, school of a modern painting by Olga Schkodu, the art Matita school).


Red butterfly Size: 30 x 21 x 0,1cm

Medium : alcohol ink

One soul for two Size: 50 x 70 x 0.1 cm

Medium: alcohol ink


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Katie Hallam Katie Hallam is an artist working primarily in digital photography and print but has recently moved into creating sculptural works where new media art meets geology, fossils and contemporary spaces. This allegory is shown in motifs of geology representing ‘ancient power’, with the digital age represented with an electrifying palette; neon green and ultraviolets. Katie considers the traces our digital culture will leave on the earth by creating hybrid manifestations through sculpture and digital materiality. Like alchemy, her works connect new media tech-


nology with archaic power. These ‘digital-mineral hybrids’ are hypnotic works that sit against a background of open, natural and urban landscapes as Katie teases the question of a glitch in nature.


Size: 0.2x 50 x 70 cm

Zone Size: 70 x 70 cm

Medium: original photograph under acrylic glass


Medium : digital photograph

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Victoria General Toronto based artist who primarily works either with pastel, charcoal or oil. Specializing in figurative narrative art, Victoria renders scenes which often depict the more intimate, private moments of our lives. (You can also find her exploring different eras from the past.) Her work has been exhibited extensively internationally, and is in private collections globally.

Zero fks given @victoria.general

Brass monkey weather Size: 35 x 27 cm

Joe loves life. Life lives Joe. Size: 43 x 35 cm

Medium : oil on paper laid on mounting board Medium: oil on board


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Olga Melekhina Born in Russia and based in Riga, Latvia, I am an artist and designer working primarily with clay. In the last three years I got a Master’s Degree in ceramics at the Latvian Academy of Arts and began my studies towards MA in sculpture, concentrating on hand built clay objects. The focus of my current research falls on large-scale artistic installations in natural environment along the lines of Green Art and Process Art. As an artist, I am interested in the meeting point of the philosophical and the aesthetic: the beauty and the horror of the modern age, the frailty of human existence, the curse and the blessing of time, and the imprints we leave on this ever-changing world.


Oxygen Dreams Size: 60 x 160 x 70 cm

Size: 60 x 46 x 24 cm

Medium : clay handbuild

Medium: porcelain


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Mari Kiroho Mari Kiroho (real name Maria Danilenko) was born in Omsk, Russia in 1999. At the moment she lives and works in Moscow. Currently, she is a 4th year BA student at the sculpture department of Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after V. I. Surikov at the Russian Academy of Arts. Her inspiration involves both the variable character of human’s individual plastiques and the intricacies of people’s emotional states. In her work she explores the depiction of one inner state through outer feature such as volume, shape and overall stylistic expression.


The Beginning Size: 127 x 10 x 10 cm

Medium : bronze


Size: 40 x 12 x 7 cm

Medium: bronze


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Kelly Rose Adams Kelly Rose Adams is a contemporary painter based in Toronto. She recognizes painting as a unique opportunity to expand upon reality. Adams layers visual metaphor with realist painting practices to describe invisible psychological themes. She is interested in the collective human experience, with a focus on hidden identity and shared emotion. The process of layering the classic form of a portrait, with visual representations of the internal self, offers a more complete picture of an experience. Adams Completed her BFA at OCAD University in 2018 and is an alumna of the Florence off campus studies program.



Size: 36 x 48 cm

Medium : oil on Canvas



Size: 30 x 40 cm

Medium: oil on Canvas

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Robert Quance I am a Toronto-born, self-taught, mixed-media visual artist. My work combines experimental processes, incorporating multi-layered and textural elements within a diverse range of practices such as photography, print-making and painting. My interests and influences include silent film, film noir, vintage British cinema, 1930s-60s horror and mystery novels, World War II, industrial architecture, 1920’s music and design, urban streetscapes, old coins/currency, ephemera and the paranormal.

Queen M Size: 6” x 4”

Medium: mono-print on antique book page

Inquisitor Size: 6” x 4”

Medium: mono-print on antique book


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Sulyaeva Margarita My name is Sulyaeva Margarita and I was born in Moscow in 1996. In 2014 entered the Moscow State Academic Art Institutenamed after V.I. Surikov. In 2018 I received a gold medal from the Academy of Arts. 2019-first prize at the Moscow Youth Art Exhibition 2020 - 7 exhibition of works of easel graphics and painting from the Moscow Union of Artists 2020- art space hopping 2020- “Kryukrinoksy” gallery “here on Taganka.

Mzungu 1

Size: 137 x 122 cm

Mzungu 5

Size: 137 x 122 cm

Medium : acrylic Medium: acrylic


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

April Winter April Winter lives and works on a small island off the coast of British Columbia. She creates playful yet introspective self-portraits in self built, often claustrophobic sets. Her work revolves around the transformations of these little worlds, filling the space with found, made or borrowed objects to tell a story; often about such topics as sexuality, utopia and isolation.

Hide and Seek @aprilbluewinter

Hide and Seek (2) Size: 16 x 20 cm

Hide and Seek (1) Size: 16 x 20 cm

Medium: mixed media

Medium : mixed media


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sun Boyi Sun Boyi is a motivated Chinese independent filmmaker and artist. Since her first encounter with electronic video equipment, Sun has been practising moving image for nearly 14 years in the genres of video, television, documentary, digital film, experimental film and, most recently, film installation art. Sun’s practice interests have always revolved around the creative development of ‘Gan Jue’ (translates as ‘feeling’) as a tool to promote ‘mutual understanding’ between different societies and species in film practice, and to help to break down ‘bound-


aries’. Influenced by Taoist and Heidegger’s phenomenological thought, she is particularly adept at using allegorical techniques to expose social issues through the trivial experiences of everyday human life. So far, she has produced a range of works, including The Inner Voice (2013), The Gate (2015), The Beginning of a War (2016), Mr Zhang(2018), and A Truth Hunter(2021). Her works were awarded Best Black Humour Movie at both the Los Angeles Film Festival and Festigious International Film Festival, and selected by the China Documentary Academy Awards, London Independent Film Festival,

Atlanta International Film Festival, Ethnografilm Paris Film Festival, Barcelona Planet Film Festival and the Golden Globe Awards. Sun is currently studying for her PhD at the University of the Arts London. Her current practice is particularly

The Gate (2016) Size: 50 x 70 cm

concerned with the translation of different ways to feel’ formed by Chinese culture to the international community through film practice in the post-epidemic era.

Inner Voice (2013) Size: variable Medium: digital media


Medium : digital media

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Krzysztof Bobrowski Born …. to paint and create. Educated in a country between the West and the East, the artist was influenced by dissonance of the two worlds. Broad education injected intellectual depth and spiritual experiences embellished it. The artist unites different contradictive rhythms, aggressive expression of drawings, nostalgic slash of portraits and suggestive intenseness of the conceptual art. The artist was inspired by various art civilizations: glamour and nostalgia of Italian art, furiousness of Spanish art and reflection of oriental art. The pieces of art have been created in different techniques like drawings in pencil or Indian-ink, pastel, oil and acrylic painting as well as water-color.


Pandemic-shot (1) Size: 50 x 70 cm

Pandemic-shot (3) Size: 50 x 70 cm

Medium: watercolor-pencils

Medium : watercolor-pencils


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Apollinariia Ilina I was born in 1990 in St. Petersburg. There I graduated from the University of Film and Television with a degree in cinematography. Later, I got my MA at the Moscow Academic Art Institute named by V. I. Surikov. My work has always been related to visual art, I work in film production, fine art and as a photographer, but I am more interested in interdisciplinary experiences. In my works, I talk about human perception and self-identification. First of all, this is the psychology of the perception of the human body. I work with the body-object, using semiotics


and technical modifications, I create a certain image. What we see is our experience. My knowledge of the visual arts gives me the opportunity to play and freely turn to the semiotics and pictorial heritage of the past.


Size: 11,3’’ x 20,0”


Medium : photography, mixed media


Size: 12,2’’ x 20’’

Medium: photography, mixed media

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Cristina Balan Cristina Balan is an emerging abstract expressionist. Born in 1977 in Moldova, she studied arts from the age of five. Very early on, her works were exhibited at various artistic performances in Moldova and abroad. The fall of the Soviet Union paused Cristina’s creative ascension and she had to work to be able to support herself. In her thirties, she became a business community leader, and at 41 was appointed as the Ambassador to the United States. In 2019, Cristina returned full-time to art, her abstract paintings being quickly noticed and appreciated by the public. Contemporary art magazines including Diafano, Spain and Art Hole, UK, published her art works. The art experts tagged her as a “smash-hit-ho-be” and her paintings have been displayed in art shows in Washington D.C. and New York City. Cristina’s works are currently featured in galleries from New York, Tokyo and Barcelona. ‘I create art that hopefully goes straight to the heart. My pur-


pose is to create bridges from the unseen to that what is seen, mirrors where people can see their reflection and feel the connection with their cosmic origins.”


Trump Has Lost Size: 61 x 76 cm

Size: 61 x 76 cm

Medium : acrylic on canvas

Medium: acrylic on canvas


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Tatiana Kramarenko Lives and works in the suburbs of Kiev (Ukraine). Professional scrawlgrapher, cheerful person and creative experimenter. Creates paintings using random scribble lines. Since 2015, the artist has experimented with more than 100 art methods. Since 2018, she has been seriously interested in Scrawlgraphy, and during this time more than 200 drawing and paintings have been created from random scrawls. In 2020 the artist first showed her work to the world (in social media). In addition, the global lockdown became the impetus for the creation of the Born.of.scrawl project, within which new possibilities of Scrawlgraphy was opened and a great interest of the audience in her unusual work was noticed. Scrawlgraphy is her way to show the world that in chaos you can always findsomething special and beautiful.


Scrawlgraphy is a very gambling activity. Every painting is a challenge and an experiment. Never know in advance what image will turn out. Tatiana Kramarenko dreams of popularizing Scrawlgraphy, which will help develope the creative thinking of mankind and everyone will discover new talents in themselves, both in life and in creativi-

-ty Than humanity will be able to cope with any disasters and live in harmony with itself and nature.

King VS Clown Size: 15,7” х 15,7”

Queen of nature Size: 11,8” х 11,8”

Medium: scrawlgraphy

Medium : scrawlgraphy


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Danit Melman Shaked Danit Melman Shaked (b. 1973) is a mixed-media ceramic artist who received her Bachelor of Art from Kalisher Collage, Tel-Aviv, and studied ceramic sculpture and design at Sapir College, Shderot, Israel. Her works has been exhibited in numerous shows regionally and internationally, recently in BORDERS Festival 2020, Venice, Italy, Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design (TAD), Toyama, Japan, and COCA21 Italy online. My work is influenced both by the quietness within me, connected deeply to nature, and by the violence surrounds me, danitmelman.wixsite.com/ceramicart

living in an area of constant conflict and the underlying threat of death – contrast yet related subjects in my life. For me, creating is a way to arrange my mind, my environment, a way to create order out of chaos, deal with the inherited paradox of destruction and creation, and examine the space between the inner and outer worlds. Following the paths material leads me in the evolution of each work, I am looking for ways to break formal patterns, find lines and shapes, dive under the elements of representation and uncover its elements in order to create a new way of observing;

the unknown is where I want to reach.

After the Fall 2020 Size: 67.5 x 23x D 17.5 cm

Requiem 2019

Size: 28 x 67 x D38 cm - flexible dimensions

Medium: nichrome wire, paperclay, Japanese lacquer

Medium : kanthel wire, porcelain paperclay, porcelain slip, angob,glaze, graphite powder, thorn, Japanese lacquer


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Lacey Kim I always loved the feeling of applying paint with a brush. The texture created when paint is combined with liquid solvent, and the changes observed when colors are mixed with one another, provide a constant, intimate thrill. My painting reflects a line-based language, defined by layers and color combinations. I try to be true of myself while I work on each painting. I believe directness of acting and being is the way to one’s true nature. This nature is not something we make; it is already there. Zen teaches that we spend years forgetting and abandoning this nature, but that we can always access it again. Once realized, this clear approach translates effortlessly to everything I create. The process of painting is not simply about my own journey but about connecting with others. My work reflects something that is shared; Mahayana, or ‘great vehicle’, captures the idea of finding wholeness in harmony with other beings. Creating @lkimstudio

art is, therefore, a powerful way to engage this wholeness. I consider the contents of each painting to reflect a captured

moment - the record of a fleeting experience. I hope my work provides viewers with a window to the truth of their own being.

Lucid 2

Telos 3

Size: 48” x 48”

Size: 48”x 48”

Medium: oil on canvas Medium : oil on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Victoria Prosvirnina I am Viktoriya Prosvirnina. I was born in 1961, in Severomorsk, at the base of the North Sea Fleet. In 1976-1980, I studied at the theatrical scenery faculty of Kazan Art School, specializing as an “artist decorator.” In 1985, I graduated from the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts in Saint-Petersburg, specializing as a stage director. After Institute I lived and worked in Vladivostok, Primorye from 1985-2002. In 2002, I became a member of Union of Russian Artists and staged more than 40 performances in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Vladivostok, Ussuriysk, Khabarovsk, and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. From 2002 to the present, I live and work in Moscow. I have worked on design development for the Vancouver Olympics, the Sochi Olympics, and Innotech Expo in Crocus City. As a stage director, I have continued putting on performances, participating in exhibitions, and designing books. In 2019, my solo exhibition was held in the State Duma of the Russian Federation. I have prizes for international competitions and projects (“RUSSIAN @pvikvik

My works are presented in private collections in Russia and Japan.I’m interested in the psychology, in the philosophy, creation of the world.


Eve’s joke

Size: 407 х 570 mm

From the life of Dandelions_IV Size: 50 x 40 cm

Medium : paper India ink acrylic paint

Medium: paper India ink color pencils


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ohkyoung Noh Ohkyoung Noh (b.1997) is a socially-engaged artist and progressive educator based in Seoul, South Korea. For the past three years, Noh is interested in highlighting various kinds of “dislocation” that city dwellers experience due to their limited resources. “Dislocation” occurs when residents’ largely unsuccessful attempts to make their dreams of ideal living conditions real create a variety of mismatches between their expectations and their limited materials. This state indicates the unattainability of one’s ideals and the insufficiency of our material lives but also are easily neglected by the same person unmindful of visual and material ironies. Noh visualizes this matrix of dislocated ideals in a city by layering and contrasting multiple examples of individuals’ hoped-for ideals and their actual material conditions through performance, digital images, and installations as well as urban media. Noh’s works have been exhibited in A-brick Gallery, Woosuk Gallery, Hongik Museum of Art(HOMA), and CICA Museum.


“Nature” Somewhere in Daehakdong City

The Stratum of Bongchondong City

Size: 145 x 152 cm

Size: variable

Medium : soap, silicon, receipts, flyers and 5-minute video on loop_undecided


Medium: digital print on tent cloth, 2-channel video_undecided

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Paul James Paul James is a multi-disciplinary artist and designer. His practice Paul James Design was founded in 2019 in Manchester UK, beginning with the successful commission of the art installation “Time & Tide” for Canary Wharf, London. Since then the product range and artwork has grown steadily, and continues to do so, working with various art forms spanning music, film, painting, and product design. Such a varied approach necessitates the learning of new crafting techniques along the way. This maintains an ethos to always be learning, to stay inspired, and to further his creative freedom- a freedom of creativity, where the idea is unbound by any particular medium, resulting in unique art and design.


It Knows No Limit Size: 23.5” x 23.5”

Duende Size: 23.5” x 23.5”

Medium : acrylic on Canvas

Medium: acrylic on Canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Mariia Jones I was born in Asia, in Kazakhstan, I spent my childhood and grow up in Russia. Late I received my architectural education in Russia and in Europe. After graduating I moved to the USA. For some time, I was working as an architect in Russia and in the US. Later, I started to take commissions for book illustrations, and afterwards started to make paintings and sell them, because I always liked to draw. Throughout all my life, I practiced yoga, and I was interested in the spirituality in man. This also reflected in my art: my topics are searching for meaning, aspiring for calmness and clarity; harmony with nature; the relationship between human and nature; microcosm inside everyone. Throughout my life, I have seen many nations and cultures, thus, myths, legends, and fairy tales also attract me, and I show all these topics in my art. In my paintings I aim to show the world, what fills me: a deep beauty full of secrets and discoveries, a world that connects with nature, and causes the


Breaking point of isolation Size: 20” x 36”

deepest experiences. Now I work creating paintings and book illustrations.

Swimming with sirens Size: 16” x 20”

Medium : acrylic on Canvas

Medium: acrylic on Canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Stephen Pinnell Stephen Pinnell was born in Bristol, but has spent most of his life in Yorkshire. He studied at Gloucestershire College of Art and Falmouth School of Art and was awarded a Masters degree in Art and Design by Leeds Metropolitan University.


‘I Dreamed Saw St Augustine’ Size: 88 x 81 cm

‘The Apparitions Continue (as usual)’. Size: 16” x 20”

Medium : oil on canvas with found elements.

Medium: oil on canvas with found elements.


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ellie Hawkes My practice explores nature in all forms through processes of photography and printing techniques. The subjects I use have primary references to environmental matter and can be perceived as physical samples of nature. My work more recently has been focused around printed matter and digital processes, exploring seasonal colours and shapes. The prints respond to natural settings and appear three dimensional in form. Circular shapes are the main theme within my practice, used to magnify specific areas of a photographic image or design. Perspex and vinyl materials are used to compose the circular discs @ellie_hawkes_designs

I create. The translucent material enables light and colouration to infiltrate through the work, creating depth and obscurities. I submerse myself in nature to gather new concepts. I love capturing flowers in circular forms and presenting them within a circumference, as in nature there are no straight lines or sharp corners. Circles to me also represent the sun, the moon and the earth, which are ever-changing and evolving around us, just as nature is. There is something beautiful and intricate about taking physical samples of nature and representing them in an

artwork, it makes us stop, look and appreciate how exquisite our surroundings are.

In Harmony Size: D 500 mm

Disc Five Size: D 300mm


Medium : vinyl print onto perspex

Medium: photographic print onto perspex

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Alan Montgomery Alan Montgomery began his life as an artist early on in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He received his undergraduate degree from Minnesota State University-Mankato in 1986. Alan received his MFA in painting from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1994. Since then he has been a Professor of Art at Dakota State University beginning in 2000. His work is published in the 7th and 8th Editions of Henry M. Sayre’s A World of Art published by Pearson Higher Education. Alan’s work is exhibited in Europe and in the U.S. He is currently attending a three-week solo residency at www.lucidart. org in California. His recent work reflects a deep connection to the history of his homeland and ruminations on the poetry of Seamus Heaney among others. It is an irony for him having been landlocked for years that the coast and themes of watery environs remain constant in his work. Film work and Augmented Reality are each areas of interest and he plans to combine


Vault and Stations Disc#1 Size:

Medium : mixed media

with his drawings and paintings in installation pieces.

Vault and Stations#9 Size:

Medium: acrylic on Canvas


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Viviana del Mar UK based visual artist from Puerto Rico creating sculptures, paintings, and installations that are characterized by the use of symbolic iconography, texture, and fantastic characters. I explore the concept of storytelling, games, and symbols used as a metaphor to describe the labyrinths of life. My work is inspired by the beloved childhood, dreams, and fantasy. My sculptures tell a story with characters, symbols and haiku poetry; while my paintings are the textured background world where the story is played. Clay and color are my transportation to memories and nostalgia of childhood.



Size: 8 x 8 x 20 cm


Medium : sculpture

The Magician Size: 16 x 6.5 x 22.5 cm

Medium: sculpture

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Elizabeth Sinkova Elizabeth is an expressive architectural glass artist whose artworks are full of colour, motion and life. In 2011 she gained a first class (BA Hons) Degree in Architectural glass at Swansea Metropolitan University which followed after four years studying glass painting at Europe’s oldest School of Glassmaking - in Kamenicky Senov, Czech Republic. It was then, during initial studies in her native country, when she fell in love with a variety of contemporary processes and decorations applied to the magical medium of glass. In 2011 she received The Award for Excellence from the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of glass. From her studio in Sowerby, nestled high in the glorious Calderdale countryside, Elizabeth explores the potential of glass art and its beneficial uses within architecture and interior spaces. “ ‘Bringing the outside in’ communicates my inspiration by nature celebrated with colour, textures and light.” @elizabeth_sinkova_glass

“Techniques that characterise my work are airbrushed trans-

-parent enamels combined with freehand painting and etching. I love the effects of optical glass and reflective surfaces interacting with direct light.” The submitted work is from the latest selection

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of designs she created for Recclesia Ltd, currently installed at a private residence and library in London.


Medium: stained glass

Medium : stained glass


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Anna Stevens The artist works with performative experimental film and installation to explore the vulnerable corporeality of the body. Inspired by 1970s and 80’s horror films (such as David Cronenberg’s Videodrome), they balance comedy with horror through low-value, tacky imagery and techniques. They aim to increase mortality and bodily awareness to discuss absurdism, the idea that one cannot create a meaningful existence in a meaningless reality, whilst also encouraging an audience to accept and embrace this fact. Fleshy imagery is used to theatrically immerse


an audience in fakery to highlight key factors of reality and exhibit the body for what it really is—just meat. By taking Geoffrey Gorer’s idea of the pornography of death, removing the gore-driven imagery from its context, and re-contextualising it in an art space, the imagery grows to cause a deeper contemplation of the vulnerable body. However, rather than dwelling on unfulfilling death anxieties, awareness of life’s shortness and meaninglessness should be liberating, as one can construct new and enjoyable meanings for oneself to live by. The artwork induces laughter and revulsion for cathartic release.

Meat head_still

The new flesh_ still

Medium: experimental film Medium : experimental film


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“江峰 Jiang Feng Jiang Feng is a non-gendered and multi-disciplinary artist working across-genres in movement/dance, theatre, performance art, voice, text, modeling, film, photography and theory. He attained her B.A. in English and Chinese literature from National Taiwan University in 2016. In 2019, they graduated with an M.F.A. degree in Performance and Performance Studies from Pratt Institute. They are the receiver of the R.O.C. Government Fellowship to study and research dance abroad and “Grants for 20-40-Year-Old Writers” from Ministry of Culture


in Taiwan. In September 2019, her new work “Bent-Tai(www)” won the “Genuinely Fringe” award, the third prize, in Taipei Fringe Festival.

U.S. (Unwholesome Shelter) 「美」國 Size: 40 x 27cm

Medium : photography

Untitled Size: variable size

Medium: photography


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Kevin Boardman I am interested in the participants relationship with production and outcome. Through site specific work, interventions and workshops I explore this interest using materials such as paper, whiteboard and tape for participants to engage with to reveal new insights or ideas in the form of drawings, sculptures, and live performances. My role within this process varies depending on the project, acting as a facilitator, observer or active participant. I operate in this manner as it allows me to explore curiosity through a trans-disciplinary lens rather than fixing my practice to a specific medium or discipline.


Ebb and Flow Size: 594 x 420 mm

Whiteboard Jacket Size: 420 x 297 mm

Medium: photographic print Medium : whiteboard print


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Lena Snow Lena Snow is an international recognized mixed media artist based in Germany. She uses different materials like everyday objects, plastic, fabric and implements them into her artworks thereby creating unique pieces of art. Her current Goddess series shows female entities that are both mythical and energetic. The artist wants to highlight the feminine, emancipated and evolved characteristics, sometimes even the recreational or protective maternal features. Lena’s Goddesses are strongly connected to nature and therefore sustainability and a re-use of materials is reflected in her creations. Lena’s goal is to create art that her viewers experience as an energy source on their walls and to evoke a deeper connection to themselves. She intends the textures of her artworks to be touched so that the


beholder feels a deeper connection with them and can fully internalize the effects of her creations. She wants to express a “higher” self that is spiritually elevated and transformed. Lena has been chosen to be one of the most investable artists in 2021 and has been published in several art magazines and books like the Contemporary Art Book of Excellence.

Lena_Snow_Egyptian_ Princess

Lena_Snow_Flower_goddess Size: D 150 cm

Size: 150 x 50 cm

Medium: acrylic_on_plasticfoil_cardboard_and_canvas

Medium : vinyl print onto perspex


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Nadja Shkirat I am a Jerusalem-based professional photographer, visual artist and educator from Germany. I studied art education at the University of Leipzig, Germany and continued my artistic education in photography at the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle (Saale), Germany, where I learned to work with various photographic mediums and techniques. Currently I am participating in photography courses at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem, Israel to intensify my artistic research and knowledge. In addition I worked as a photography lecturer at the Dar Al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture.


Bon Appétit! Size: 80 x120cm

Vagina Dentata Size: 40 x 50 cm

Medium: digital collage


Medium : analog photography

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Marc-Aurèle Debut Marc-Aurèle Debut (b.1990) is a French London based artist. Graduated from Royal College of Art MA Sculpture and Central Saint Martins BA Fine Art, he has exhibited nationally and internationally in exhibitions including : Biennale de Paname in Paris, Gallery Weekend in Berlin, Welcome Collection in London. He has partnered with leading brands such as Ralph Lauren and Adidas on collaborative creative projects. The Internal Human Being and its reactions to the environment constitute M-A D’s source of inspiration and study. He explores the cultural and psychological complexities of sexuality, body language, human anatomy and its physiology. Particularly the emotional state of an individual when one reacts to the structural and environmental influences of an object or towards another human being. M-A D’s work influences the viewers in their perception and emotions, encourages them to move in space and to question themselves on the tangible limits of the artwork. He uses a range of materials in his sculpture practice such as fabric, latex, @marcaureledebut

foam, silicon and harder materials like wood, glass, plexiglas and metal.


Size: 137 x 115 x 8 cm

Tumescence III Size: 95 x 82 x 30 cm

Medium: Digital print on velvet, single headboards, polyether foam, Dacron fibre, hand pressed velvet covered buttons. Medium : Latex, silicone, polyether foam, wood panels, hand pressed latex covered buttons.


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Anashkina Olga I was born in Solikamsk city, Russia, in 1987. Graduated the State University of Management in Moscow. I was got married and moved to Belarus, where I became interested in ceramics. In 2017 I was graduated from the porcelain school. In 2018 presented my first collection of porcelain jewelry. In 2019, I took part in the Mercedes Benz fashion week, where I proved that ceramics are worthy of the catwalk. At the moment, I work with different types of polymers and ceramics, I like to combine them and experiment, I participate in exhibitions of contemporary art. @art_anashkina

«RUNNING» Size: 20 x 30 cm

«I’m hearing you» Size: 50 x 40 cm

Medium : porcelain

Medium: polimer clay


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Pablo Daniel Dohms My name is Pablo Dohms. I am a German visual artist, born in Tenerife, Spain, in 1989, and currently based in Zurich. I first studied Latin American Studies at the University of Cologne and UNAM, focusing on research about the Mexican urban art scene. Later I worked various years as a cultural project manager for Goethe-Institute in Mexico City. As a self-taught artist I have continuously worked on my own artistic production and participated in exhibitions in Germany, Mexico and Switzerland during this time. I am dedicated to painting, illustration and murals and like to experiment with different materials, tech@pablodohmsart

niques and styles. Lately, I have been working particularly with watercolors and acrylics, creating blurry and colourful, yet harmonic scenes which I then intervene with delicate illustrations, using ink, ball pen or oil paint brushstrokes, alluding to dreams and the subconsciousness. This way I create associative and surreal, imaginative worlds.

Blue Jungle Size: 6.9” x 8.5”

Green Jungle Size: 6.3” x 7.1”

Medium: watercolor and ink Medium : watercolor and ink


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Mine Burçkin Mine Burçkin lives and works in Copenhagen since 2018, she was born and grown up in Istanbul. She studied art history at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul, and graduated in 2018. She works in different medias such as painting, needlework and textile, addressing themes like being uprooted and women, disconnection between artist and her own environment. Her way of using materials focus on create intimacy and dialogue, for this reason, she uses personal and sustainable materials as components like fabric straps from her clothes, breastmilk as solvent in paint and used cardboards. Her works take shape mainly on her own experiences, but they aim to reach the whole and question identity and authority. Stories beneath of works often intent to spark a debate.


Deep In You Size: 50 x 41 cm

Hear Me Out Size: 13 x 21 cm

Medium : acrylic


Medium: embroidery

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sanja Star Her work is on the intersection of art, design, fashion and computer graphic. Her passion for design, fashion and music and her curiosity took her on the path of ever evolving visual language.


Chilly Not Vanilly

Feeling Alone

Size: 25 x 25 cm

Size: 25 x 25 cm

Medium: signed art print

Medium : signed art print


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Karen Marsh I am a self taught artist, working with oil pastels, oil paints, acrylics, charcoal and other media. Portraiture and abstract portraits are my primary interest but I strive to push my creative boundaries and I’m currently exploring fantasy landscapes. My career began in the Criminal Justice system, with the opportunity to develop and supervise the only art project at the time for offenders in London for NELPs, in the mid 90’s I am on an adventure of re-discovery and re-invention personally and as a creator through visual and written art forms, and I continue to find ways to create thought provoking works. I am a firm believer in the healing power of creativity and can strongly attest to this in my life’s walk and artistic work.

Postpartum-Pain-Self-portrait-No1 @iam_kmarsh

Postpartum-Pain-Self-portrait-No2 Size: 60 x 50 cm

(Fantasy Landscape) ) HE commanded the light Size: 60 x 50 cm

Medium: oil on canvas, board

Medium : oil on canvas, board


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sylwia Żółkiewska Polish visual artist working across various mediums such as painting, digital graphics, and animation. Digital researcher thriving to find connections between art, technology, and reality. In her art she draws her inspiration from both the offline and online worlds, touching upon issues related to durability and data processing, memory and oblivion, and the vision of post-digital culture. In the center of her interest lies the image itself, both the ‘real’ and the digital one, its conventionality and illusory nature. In her work, she explores the potential of the image to affect the viewer, its interference and multisensory nature, experimenting with time, movement and texture. Using a variety of surfaces and media, her works often change and update when the viewpoint changes, reflecting the ephemeral @zolkiewskaart

nature of the digital world. She also creates transmedia narratives, drawing inspiration from interactive film, new media, graphics, typography, architecture. In 2007 she received an MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (Poland), and for a while studied Media Arts in Finland. Currently, she is working on her Ph.D. at the Faculty of New

Media in Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw.


Size: 70 x 50 cm

Eclipse_04 70 x 50 cm

Medium: digital_art_print

Medium : digital_art_print


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Stella Dragovic Stella Dragovic, a conceptual artist that studies on Bauhaus University in Germany was born and raised in Croatia. The statement „The observer must become a participant because that is the only way he can have the double experience, of being the observer, and being observed.“ you can feel in all her works. It is the way she works and what art means to her, it is the way to give observer the possibility to feel the same emotions that she feels. Her work is very raw and gives you more than one dimension of it. The emotion she is trying to bring over is the feelings of fear, absence, incoherence, rejection, and emotional instability.


Nobody is available

Nobody is available

Size: 80 x 30cm

Size: 200 x 300 cm

Medium : mixed medium


Medium: mixed medium

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Sarah Zelmati Sarah Zelmati is a french visual artist based in Berlin. She gets a MasterDegree in june 2020 in ESAD Grenoble (Ecole Supérieur d’Art et Design). Actually, She is working in two art spaces in Berlin Kreuzberg as assistant manager. She lives in Berlin for some months now and tries to find her professional artistic way there. She is inspired by several subcultures as punk and non-faschism skinhead movements and a creative process inspired by the Do-ItYourself subculture. It engages in an extravagant aesthetics, purulent with humour and strass, under an aspect which is as repulsive as curious. It is a work which aims at approaching the viewer, a parodic imitation of popular culture. A mix between an enchanted dream and a traveling nightmare. She is working mostly with recovery and antiquing objects. She likes crafts @zelmatisme

and all elements which imitate preciousness but which are junk.


Tuning Show

Size: 35 x 17 cm

Size: 6 cm car toys

Medium : various crafts paiting

Medium: mask crafts shells bones pearl


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Joy Baek I am a Korean artist, based in London, Glasgow, and Seoul. In 2020, I was graduated from Fine Art (BA) at Chelsea College of Arts in London, U.K.; I am currently in Fine Art course at Glasgow School of Art (MA) in order to challenge and develop my art practice. My artwork has addressed socio-cultural issues of Korean society. In particular, my recent works allude to the results of rapid modernization upon Korean society from the perspective of my generation. I mainly convey my concepts through narrative and theatrical visualization, components of which emerged


from my personal life experience.


Sleeping 2

Sleeping 1

Size: 36.2 x 25.7 cm

Size: 36.2 x 25.7 cm

Medium: colour pencil, marker, and charcoal on paper

Medium : colour pencil, marker, and charcoal on paper


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ferró When I was 9 years old, a teacher told us in class to draw whatever wewanted, it occurred to me to paint an abstract expression with manycolors that was exactly what I liked and made me feel. Very proud of mydrawing, I presented it to the teacher and tore it into as many piecesas he could. That moment marked my artistic life forever and until manyyears later I was not able to express myself like that again. When I decided to do it, I started painting on canvas and presenting myworks in small galleries and places such as restaurants, Pub’s, etc. I donated one of my works to the public school of Domaio where my son studied, I do street performance, I paint on canvas, I have painted scooters, I have paint@ferro_crearte

ed mannequins, I have crushed irons and painted with colors and everything that I play to express what I feel. My artistic training is based on observing what I feel and capturing it. I learn from any type of art and I try to advance every day and that my works evolve with me.



Size: 73 x 103 cm

Size: 103 x 73 cm

Medium : acrylic on paper

Medium: acrylic on paper


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Bismark Alejandro Rex An interdisciplinary artist merging painting, sculpture and architecture studies through the breaking down of boundaries of what is considered a work of art. This is expressed in an intuitive creative process through the use of discarded mundane objects and salvaged materials, being guided by what nature can reveal when one knows how to seek. A vital recurring theme in his works is a deep-rooted quest for identity, having dual nationality between Mexico and the US and experiencing both cultures existentially. Inherent with a native @alejandro.bismark_

instinct to push the limits and finding a sense of freedom, his artworks embody that of a neo-shaman wandering through the simulacra of buildings, paved ground, lush forests and serpentine bayous in the paradoxical landscapes of the metropolis. Throughout his travels and experiences he also illustrates a reference to ancestral wisdom through Mexica folklore, thus revealing our lost connection to nature.



Size: 122 x 81 x 6 cm

Size: 101.6 x 71 x 12.7 cm

Medium : acrylic and oilstick on refrigerator door with pallets


Medium: acrylic and oilstick on salvaged paper and timber

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Nikki Raitz Nikki Raitz is a 21-year-old fine artist and photographer from Atlanta, Georgia. Her works focus mainly on movement and drama. Motion and mystery are something that deeply inspires Nikki and this theme can be seen throughout most of her works today. Her body of work includes dance photography, fine art wheatpastes, and portraiture. Raitz is an emerging artist whose work has been shown regionally, nationally and internationally. She is being classically trained as a painter and currently working to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Nikki is looking forward to continuing working prosperously and abundantly in different areas of the art field. Her portfolio works are constantly growing and she is committed to creating new work, chasing new inspiration, but also following through with continued strong exhibition appearances.


The Banners Size: 20 x 30 cm

St.Sebastian Size: 20 x 30 cm

Medium : photography Medium: photography


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Maristela Mitsuko Ono Maristela Mitsuko Ono is a Brazilian artist (Maringá, 1960 - ). She achieved her graduation in Architecture and Urbanism at the Federal University of Paraná and in Professors Formation at the Federal University of Technology – Paraná (UTFPR), her Masters at the Postgraduate Program of Technology / UTFPR, her Doctorate at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism University of São Paulo (USP), and her Postdoctoral at Dangelo Di Co., supported by the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) – Brazil). She was trained as an Industrial Designer at Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization (supported by JICA), and as an Industrial Design Professor at the Fachhochschule München (in Germany, supported by DAAD). She has partially followed a painting graduate course at the Escola de Música e Belas Artes do Paraná (EMBAP), in which she was approved in first place in the admission selection. By means of multimedia arts, she aims at sensitizing people to broaden their concepts, perception and maristelaono.com


consciousness on being within the complex world and universe where everything is interconnected and interdependent.


Size: 38,7 x 28,7 cm

Size: 28,6 x 38,6 cm

Medium : watercollor and gouache on paper


Medium: watercollor and nankin ink on paper

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Britt Conley Britt is a synesthesic music-visualist who creates artistic works thatvisually represent music via personifying composers writing styles,concepts of the musical composition process or particular music pieces. She often collaborates with composers and musicians for event-basedexhibitions.Born in the mid-60s in Washington D.C., Britt began her drawing tutelage at an early age, and under the influence of her artist and conservator grandfather. She learned about sounds, touch and phrasings, of pianists and composers from her mother. During her musical upbringing, Britt was concerned with the color and feel of @brittconley_artist

musical sounds. It was years before she and her family understood she had synesthesia. Her early childhood experience informed her drive to visualize music. As a child, she found it frustrating that no one seemed to understand the colors in the air or that contemporary artist’s depictions of music didn’t seem to reflect her own experience. Although she decided to begin her philosophic quest for how to visually personify music around the age of 6. It would take decades for her to create the complexity of expression and visual potential

of her visual language. Britt holds a BA in Fine Arts from George Washington University, a MALS from Georgetown University, a certificate in Art History: History of Color from the Univer-

Tchaikovsky Symphony #6 in b minor Measures 221_229 Size: 23″ x 31″ framed

sity of Cambridge and much more.

Chopin Etude Opus. 25, No. 12 Size: 30” x 42” x 5”

Medium: mixed media

Medium : Oil on Canvas, copper sheet, copper wound steel, phosphor bronze, brass and wood.


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Nicolette Benard Visual artist, Jewellery art designer born in the Netherlands is a well-known and well-loved designer and has won several design prizes. She graduated from the Dutch technical professional school for Silver, Goldsmiths and Design based in Schoonhoven(NL). Her work is now shown in Japan, Taiwan, US, Italy, England, Belgium, Germany, Spain and Amsterdam. Her love for pearls is very prevalent in ‘Project B.’ In almost every object one will find a little pearl, like the signature of the maker.


Pink Boots

Size: 24 x 14 x 10 cm

Keep breathing Size: 34 x 14 x 10 cm

Medium : mixed media, framed in plexiglass box


Medium: mixed media, framed in plexiglass box

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ashley Betts Ash is a multidisciplinary artist and art-activist. One finds both singularity and dimension in the free association that lives among the perspectives of her multimedia art. She received a BA of Architecture from New Jersey Institute of Technology. She has spent the last 3 of 4 years travelling and living in different parts of the United States - this experience steadily guides her artistic explorations of American Identity.


High Flying Bird

MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women) Size: 24” x 24”

Size: 12” x 12”

Medium: digital Collage

Medium: digital Collage


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Ksenia Sivakova Born on 29.11.1988. In the Irkutsk region, Ust-Kut R-n, p. Star. In 2006-2008, she studied at the regional State Tomsk Polytechnic Professional Lyceum No. 20 (graphic designer). In 2008-2013 he graduated from Tomsk State Pedagogical University (excellent), Faculty of Fine Arts. From 2013-2015-Teacher of the Department of Engineering Graphics and Industrial Design of the TPU IC. Since 2015, a member of the Union of Artists of Russia. Highlights of the exhibitions: July 2019-Participant of the reporting plein-air exhibition; Ciacak, House of Culture, Serbia. November 2019-participant of the international exhibition “Artists & Licari”; Art Museum. Kovalenko, Krasnodar. January 2020-participant of the international Russian-Chinese exhibition “House-Distance”; Art-Soyuz Gallery, Krasnodar February 2021-exhibition “worlds generated by love” ; in the gallery “Open Environment”, St. Petersburg. @ksu_sivakova

February 2021 - exhibition “ABSTRACTUM”; in “Gostiny Dvor”, Moscow And more.

Dreams of the old house 2


Size: 50 x 50 cm

Size: 50 x 70 cm

Medium : tempera Medium: linocut


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Dragan Luiza My name is Luiza and I am from Romania, from a small town near Bucharest.Now I am living in UK,London and I am a student.I am passionate about art especially painting and photography.I started painting 2 years ago at the urging of a friend. If in the beginning it was just a game, now painting for me means passion.When I painting I feel free and I forget everything around me. By painting I can express my feelings even are good or bad.I find inspiration in nature and photos.My friends appreciate my paintings and told me that I had talent.I am a simple person who appreciate everything that is simple and beautiful.I feel motivated every time I finish painting a canvas and I like what I see.At that moment I feel joy and fulfillment and I think it is something beautiful and unique. And I still think that,if Good gave you a talent,it is a great sin to waste it,you have to use it.In the future I would like to be able to exhibit a lot of paintings, to have a studio and to delight the eyes of art lovers.



Size: 50 x 40 cm


Size: 60 x 45cm

Medium : mixed media on canvas

Medium: mixed media on canvas


(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Chunbum Park Chunbum Park, also known as Chun, was born in Seoul, South Korea, in 1991. He came to the United States in 2000 to study English and attend K-12 schools. He graduated from Montgomery Bell Academy in 2009 and subsequently studied at various art schools and universities. In 2020, Park obtained his BFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts, where he began to explore the themes of eroticism and sexual fantasy. Currently an MFA Fine Arts Studio student at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Park is delving into the topics of gender fluidity @chun.park.7

and the male gaze, which should involve varying amounts of self gaze based on the ratio of masculinity to femininity of the male’s personality. Park has recently exhibited at the SVA Chelsea Gallery and was featured on Artsy.net for an online exhibit organized by SHIM. Park is also the founder of the Emerging Artists Collective, an online community for artists where he interviews other artists.

LEGO FlowersI Size: 40” x 30”


Size: 48” x 36”

Medium : acrylic on canvas


Medium: acrylic on canvas

(#1) B o o m e r M a g a z i n e

Asha Lepiarczyk Asha Lepiarczyk was born in Poland in 1984 and immigrated to Canada in 2011. Currently, she lives and works in Burnaby British Columbia. Her upbringing is tightly related to horses as her parents are equestrian coaches. Asha was raised among those animals in a beautiful valley in the heart of National Park. In her early 20s, she attended Jagiellonian University for Russian Philology as well as Judaic Studies. She was also studying in the department of European Studies and Advertising Studies however the love for horses won the battle with science and later in life, she became an equestrian coach herself. After arriving in Canada, being in an equestrian environment was an obvious choice as a continuum of her carrier. She earned the title of Equestrian Competition Coach in the next few years. Unfortunately, due to the live events in 2017, she was forced to give up on her carrier. This is when her passion for painting started to develop. As not able to being among horses anymore Asha started creating them for herself. Driven by forceful sorrow and longing Asha’s drawings and painting became a new passion. She puts all her love and devotion into her new @asha_lepi

obsession - visual arts.

The Acrobat Size: 8” x 10”

The Revival of Yesterday tribute to the Horses of Helios Size: 48” x 36”

Medium: oil on canvas board

Medium : oil on canvas board





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