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Michaela Gania Catherine Acrylic 16 x 20 in.


• Issue 19 • On the Front Cover Michaela Gania Catherine Acrylic 16 x 20 in. https://mgania.carbonmade.com On the Back Cover Bob Mosier If A Block Should Tumble 1 Thread painting 16 x 39 x 9 in. www.bobmosierart.com Designed & Published in France Printed in the Netherlands Distributed Internationally All Rights Reserved ® No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in retrieval systems, or transmitted in any form or any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without written permission of the publisher and copyright holders. ® Copyright: Circle Foundation For the Arts Press info@circle-arts.com 66 rue Saint Georges Lyon, France


Select Artwork By A M A Z I L I A P H OTO G R A P H Y CELIA CARL ANDERSON MARC APERS BALLIACHE S TA S B A R T N I K A S VA N J A B A S I C Y VA N B E D A R D K L AU S B I L I C Z K Y PA O L A B O N I T R OY B U N C H HAIMENG CAO HUI-CHIN CHO CYNTHIA COLDREN LY N D E N C O WA N BRUCE COWELL LU C I A N O D E L I B E R ATO PAU L D E T T W I L E R MARY DI IORIO A N J A D I A B AT É CORDELIA DOLL LIS ENGEL ESTHER C H R I S T E L FA H R I G - H O L M F O N G FA I B I L LY T H E K I D N E O N / N U M E N MICHAELA GANIA C O N S TA N T I N G O R E LO V Y E O N GY U - H Y E JAMES HARTEL ERIC HUBBES GERARD HUBER I VA N I L I E V KEES JUFFERMANS RODICA KALMAN C A R O L I N E K A M P F R A AT H E R I KO K A N I WA

J O H N K E L LY J I YO U N G K I M KIEUN KIM PIA KINTRUP C H I K A R A KO M U R A Y U L I I A KO R I E N KO VA ( U L I I A ) I G O R KO VA LO V A L I C J A KO Z LO W S K A REINER LANGER G A E TA N N E L AV O I E S U S A N L I Z OT T E CAROLINE MARCANT P E R T T I M AT I K A I N E N H E AT H E R M C FA R L I N MIMMI MORETTI MANUEL MORQUECHO BOB MOSIER TEMEL NAL GUDRUN NIELSEN LILLA OHRSTROM M AY U KO O N O G R AY N I PA N S A S A PA P PA MARYSE PIQUE I A N R AY E R - S M I T H ROLAND REINERT JIM RESNICK STEVE ROGERS MARINA SCHRECKLING ALISA SHEINSON W I TO L D Ś L I W I Ń S K I MICHAEL STITT C AT H E R I N E S U N LO U I S E T W E B B E R SARAH WEIZHEN XU S I LV I A YA P U R C E N G I Z YATA G A N YA N Z Z E N G SIMON ZENG RH ZONDAG


Michaela Gania Catherine Acrylic 16 x 20 in. “In such a fast-paced world where attention is momentary and time is gold, I’m hoping my pieces can hold someone’s gaze long enough to briefly take them out of their routine.” Michaela Gania is an illustrator based in New Jersey. She is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts. As an artist, the focus of her work revolves around narrative pieces, often with a fantastical flair.

https://mgania.carbonmade.com


Amazilia Photography ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 8 ▫︎

Rock Nude Photograph 20 x 16 in.

Amazilia Photography, which is owned and operated by British photographer Paul Veron, is named after a species of hummingbird native to Peru and Ecuador. Amazilia is focused on three core areas of people photography – fine art nudes, sensual nudes and nudes in nature. His principal focus has developed into nudes in the natural environment, where he is always trying to depict a sense of the deep-rooted, intrinsic connection between people and the natural world. He is an internationally published photographer with several print publications, who has recently won Runner-Up Photographer of the Year position with an international magazine, as well as achieving success in global fine art photographic competitions.

A M A Z I L I A P H OTO G R A P H Y https://www.amazilia.photography


▫︎ 9 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Celia Carl Anderson Enduring the Tricksters Acrylic on canvas 36 x 48 in.

“Being a figurative painter, I use the human form and other subjects to engage the viewer to feel, to question and to enter the world of the subject. I am interested in exploring the inner landscape of the people I paint and to expose a possible story, one in which we can see something of ourselves or our own situations. I often use subjects symbolically to mine our socio-political surroundings.”

CELIA CARL ANDERSON www.celiacarlanderson.com


Marc Apers ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 10 ▫︎

Power Photograph

“My images emerge from deep human contacts and a continuous intensive look at the dynamic environment. I decide which environment I choose, how I experience it and which emotion will be reflected in the image in question. Inevitably I manipulate the complexity of the environment/emotion to a greater or lesser extent by, among other things, sketching a strong geometric framework and maintaining a well-considered symmetry.”

MARC APERS www.marcapers.be


▫︎ 11 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Marc Apers The Mirror Photograph


BALLIACHE ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 12 ▫︎

La Madre y El Niño Acrylic on canvas 110 x 195 cm

“In my painting I seek to explore in my life history, memories, places and personal moments that are transformed into universal human situations, told from my plastic universe. Family and my affections are my motivators. I am a mixture of cultures because of my Latin American and European origin. Color and emotion are reflected in my work.”

BALLIACHE www.instagram.com/sofockoartstudio


▫︎ 13 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Paola Boni Tex Willer Acrylic and oil on canvas 60 x 60 cm

“Being very meticulous in reproducing details, I have thus discovered oil painting as a means to satisfy my requirements, even if I am constantly looking for new techniques to make my subjects ever more realistic, by experimenting with new tho and three-dimensional possibilities.”

PA O L A B O N I www.paolaboni.eu


Vanja Basic ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 14 ▫︎

Gigantic Indian ink 24 x 19 cm

“Drawing is my favorite way to feel free. Each sheet of paper is a safe place that doesn’t require any explanation or adaptation from me. It takes me as I am and allows me to be in touch with my feelings.”

VA N J A B A S I C www.instagram.com/vanjabasic_designs


▫︎ 15 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Vanja Basic Me, Myself and I Indian ink and digital colouring 25 x 25 cm


Stas Bartnikas ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 16 ▫︎

Low Tide Secrets Digital photograph 120 x 90 cm

“Aerial photography allows us to see places that are inaccessible on foot, shows a very different perspective and enables capturing the beauty of our Earth in its full glory and uniqueness.I’m convinced that Mother Nature is the most sophisticated painter and see it as my mission to capture its beauty in its perfect form.”

S TA S B A R T N I K A S https://www.stasbart.com


▫︎ 17 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Yvan Bedard Solarized Creek Cove Printed by the artist on fine art paper 20 x 30 in.

Yvan Bedard is a fine art landscape photographer. Inspired by the artistic usage of solarization by Man Ray and others (1920s to 1950s), he created his own digital solarization technique. While respecting the original film solarization technique, he succeeded to overcome its random effects and to control most of its subtleties. This allows him to balance at will the negative and positive spaces of a photograph by reversing tones and colors for portions of the photo based on light. Bedard also breaks the traditions of this marginal technique. Historically, solarization was applied to B&W nudes and portraits. Today, Bedard solarizes color and landscape photographs for unique pieces of art.

Y VA N B E D A R D https://www.yvanbedardphotonature.com


Klaus Biliczky ▫ Spotlight 18 ▫︎ 18 ▫︎

Sunset in the Alps Acrylic 80 x 80 cm

Versatile German artist, Klaus Biliczky lives in Neuendettelsau, Bavaria. He prefers an experimental approach and does not limit himself to a certain genre, technique or material. His series of works reflect beauty and decay or refer to our environment, political and social changes or personal experiences.

K L AU S B I L I C Z K Y www.biliczky.de


▫︎ 19 ▫︎ Spotlight 18 ▫ Klaus Biliczky Firy Energy III Acrylic 80 x 80 cm (The original image has been cropped to fit)


Troy Bunch ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 20 ▫︎

Titan Setting Oil on stretched linen 22 x 28 in.

“I have had a strong desire to draw and paint for as long as I can remember. I turned this drive into a career working as an illustrator, graphic designer and creative director, designing and producing a wide variety of visual products for both corporate and government clients. Today I am a full-time self-employed fine artist. I think my work could best be categorized as imaginative realism or perhaps surrealism. I admire the beauty and complexity of the human form and enjoy the challenges in representing the body realistically in most of my work.”

T R OY B U N C H http://troybunch.com/index.html


▫︎ 21 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Troy Bunch Elevation Oil on stretched linen 24 x 30 in. (The original image has been cropped to fit)


Haimeng Cao ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 22 ▫︎

“My name is Haimeng Cao, a Chinese concept artist and visual development artist working in Los Angeles, for clients including Blizzard Entertainment, Framestore, NetEase, Titmouse, etc. My expertise in science fictional city landscape design is serving for major projects in the game, animation and film industries.

HAIMENG CAO https://www.artstation.com/haimengcao


▫︎ 23 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Haimeng Cao Tank and Heavy Cannon Digital media illustration

I was one of the artists who participated in the visual development of “Dune” film, directed by Denis Villeneuve, based on the “Hugo” award-winning 1966 novel by Frank Herbert. My work has been featured in different digital art media and magazines, such as CG Society, Character Design Quarterly, 3D Artist and ImagineFX.”


Hui-Chin Cho ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 24 ▫︎

A Spoonful Of Utopia, 2017-2018 Oil, acrylic, leather on linen Ea. 300 x 150 cm

“Identifiable in all my works is a certain ambiguous depiction of concrete dimension, and such ambiguities could be conveyed into a variety of compositions and motifs; my works establish a dialogue which is an inner equilibrium between rational analysis and sentimental interpretations.”

HUI-CHIN CHO https://www.chin.art


▫︎ 25 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Hui-Chin Cho The Nuances of Tones, 2019 Oil, acrylic, oil pastel on linen 200 x 170 cm


Hui-Chin Cho ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 26 ▫︎

The painting is Not “Dirty”, it’s about Sweet nervous of being an “OCD”; maybe it looks a bit savage but it’s the humanity, 2019 Oil, acrylic, oil pastel on linen, 400 x 210 cm

“The contemporary artworks of Hui-Chin Cho are reminiscent of sculptural assemblage pieces in the sense that although the paintings exist within two-dimensional surfaces, the juxtaposed forms appear melded together in a sculptural fashion resulting in a complex visual landscape of intriguingly balanced shapes and colors.

The more you gaze at these vibrant compositions, the more intriguing elements you find in an imaginative journey into the artist’s mind. The works may remind us of Daniel Spoerri’s tabletop pieces or they could be interpreted as an architectural footprint showing a surreal, labyrinthic construction inhabited by Cho’s signature surreal, baby-like characters. These abstracted “landscapes” have Cubist references yet this melting pot of references cast them us undeniably postmodern. Cho has managed to create a unique and recognizable style, with a signature use of color and shape, building up intricate content which again in a post-modern way twists the context into itself resulting in pieces that are as visually interesting and pleasing as they are complex and philosophical.” - Circle Foundation for the Arts, Director

HUI-CHIN CHO https://www.chin.art


▫︎ 27 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Hui-Chin Cho Guess how importance does spontaneity play in this piece, 2019 Oil, acrylic, oil pastel on linen 200 x 170 cm


Lynden Cowan ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 28 ▫︎

Tobermory Oil on canvas 30 x 40 in.

“As a self- taught artist, I prefer oil paint on canvas and for the most part triple zero brushes for working on fine detail. Paintings are meticulously rendered from multiple layers of thinly applied paint, and small strokes pick up the preferred natural light. Wild landscape and highly detailed scenes are my subject of choice and I strive to include the viewer in my visual journey and interpretations of the natural world and human nature.”

LY N D E N C O WA N www.lyndencowan.com


▫︎ 29 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Bruce Cowell Goat Herd, Ladahk Giclee print on archival 100% cotton paper 450 x 344

“I have worked professionally in photography for almost forty years. My fine art photography has developed alongside professional work and is now the focus of my career as an artist. I work primarily with images found in real life and mostly work in monochrome. Fine art photography is, to me, a way of exploring those primary forces that shape our lives. Photography as a visual language, is one that all people understand because it involves those fundamentally human forces common to us all. In that is the true value and beauty of this particular art form.”

BRUCE COWELL https://brccow.wixsite.com/mysite


Cynthia Coldren ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 30 ▫︎

Summers in the City

“My paintings are intentional contrasts, both structured and fluid. I use hand- painted paper with acrylic paints, inks, and pencil on canvas and paper. My goal is to create visual tension and contrast that expresses a strong connection among disconnected things — aesthetically pleasing and meaningful.”

CYNTHIA COLDREN https://www.cynthiacoldrenfineart.com


▫︎ 31 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Cynthia Coldren Unremembered


Luciano De Liberato ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 32 ▫︎

The Net, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 80 x 80 cm

Italian artist, Luciano De Liberato was born in 1947 in and was among the protagonists of European painting in the ‘80s with 49 solo shows including the prestigious international Art Basel in 1983 and 1984. Since 1990 De Liberato has been exclusively devoted to his fine art practice when he retired to his studio in the Italian countryside. All of De Liberato’s pieces is created within research cycles. Since 1994 he employs a unique and very personal vocabulary of media and form as well as authentic poetry, away from fads and mannerist trends.

LU C I A N O D E L I B E R ATO www.lucianodeliberato.com


▫︎ 33 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Mary Di Iorio Sculpture, 2019 92 x 45 cm

“In the creative process of these artworks, they are questioned in terms of the following parameters of contemporary logic: fugacity, experimentation, the multidisciplinary discoursive practice and the conceptual weight on which the artwork sustains itself. The biggest motivation is the resulting break from the burning of the clay when it turns the ceramic inflexible and moving it in a playful way. Thinking, creation and audacity, crossings, contacts, frictions along the process and the willingness of canceling the first function of the shapes.”

MARY DI IORIO www.marydiiorio.wordpress.com


Anja Diabaté Artistic Photographie ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 34 ▫︎

From Touching Color photograph

“My photographic vision stands for the freedom of art. It marks my work. Trough this, fantasies arise, which are spread out and become part of the story. Art is free. This also means that I don’t block myself, instead, I give myself full freedom to become expressed though art. I love what I am doing.”

A N J A D I A B AT É https://www.photographize.co/anjadiabate/


▫︎ 35 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Paul Dettwiler Ca’ Vendramin Calergi, Exit 13 February 1883 Oil and tempera on canvas 75 x 75 cm

“My themes are mostly related to untold stories in-between buildings: here the theme is Venice. I am interested in mirroring human movement in space and to portray buildings in urban and architectural contexts. By employing an ancient glazing technique, my paintings have formed a niche of their own. Multiple transparent layers of oil paint on a grisaille foundation of tempera or putrido are in principle identical with the painting technique in continental Europe during the Renaissance and Baroque era.”

PAU L D E T T W I L E R https://thincso.wordpress.com/


Cordelia Doll ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 36 ▫︎

Thousand and One Nights Acrylic on canvas 140 x 100 cm

“The central features of my images are defined by a three-dimensional shaping within the bases of my various pictures. These bases mainly contain arranged natural elements, which result in new shapes and compositions. The plasticity brings about the underlying image motives. In them, materials and forms are extracted from their primary surroundings and composed to different and alienated picture backgrounds and symbols. The colorful surface leads to an emphasis of my personally intended atmosphere on my images as well as to a unification of the variety of elements under one context.”

CORDELIA DOLL www.kunstundwohnen.info


▫︎ 37 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Cordelia Doll Fertile Earth Acrylic on canvas 130 x 130 cm


Lis Engel ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 38 ▫︎

Saphira, the Blue Dragon Oil on canvas 50 x 60 cm

“I have always been fascinated with painting and hope to communicate from heart to heart, beyond all differences of age, gender, culture. I work with images as abstractions and allegories of life; investigating poetics of the living NOW - as Songs of Space.”

LIS ENGEL www.lisengel.com


▫︎ 39 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Thierry Esther Mont Hotaka from the series Voyage Blanc, 2020 150 x 150 cm

Originally from Réunion Island, Thierry Esther is an artist who sees himself as a citizen of the world. Raised on every artform imaginable, his artistic career is highlighted by various professional accomplishments. His recent works have found their place in numerous exhibitions. Skillfully combining techniques and materials, Esther uses his endless ennui to create highly complex and thoughtful pieces.

THIERRY ESTHER http://www.voyageblanc.com


Christel Fahrig-Holm ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 40 ▫︎

Café Gilli Oil on canvas 60 x 80 cm

“Painting to me consists, above all, of an intense act of viewing and displaying which explores the tension between the visible and the unseen. My main theme is the exploration of environments like cafés, bars, public libraries, museums etc. - places we enter only temporarily but where nevertheless we try to feel at home for a while. Recreating them by painting means to discover the special magic of those places.”

C H R I S T E L FA H R I G - H O L M https://www.christelfahrigholm-atelier.de


▫︎ 41 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Fong Fai 12-19 Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30 in.

“Abstract art is a reality that does not exist, a product of thought, momentary feelings, and musical melody - all of which could be my inspiration to create. Artists’ works are often inseparable from their cultural background. I’m no different. Eastern influences constantly guide my path. I use the rhythm of calligraphy and color strokes, to create my work.”

F O N G FA I www.fongfai.com


Billy the Kid Neon/Numen ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 42 ▫︎

The Adventures of Roy Rogers & Dale Evans & The Known God & Abraxas & The Unknown God in the Lost Canyon Mixed media 9 x 5 x 5 ft

“I am an outsider artist. I am self-taught and use unusual materials in my work such as sheetrock and neon paint. My work is for me a spiritual path. I became an artist when I was “Richard Dreyfussed” (as in Close Encounters of the Third Kind) at Home Depot one day and have been at it ever since.”

B I L LY T H E K I D N E O N / N U M E N billythekidneon.com


▫︎ 43 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Michaela Gania Catherine Acrylic 16 x 20 in.

“In such a fast-paced world where attention is momentary and time is gold, I’m hoping my pieces can hold someone’s gaze long enough to briefly take them out of their routine.”

MICHAELA GANIA https://mgania.carbonmade.com/


Constantin Gorelov ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 44 ▫︎

Harp Oil on canvas 127 x 140 cm

“At dawn hours, when the sun is already high, but not at its zenith, the rays illuminate five awakened nymphs. Light pierces the tree crowns, and one ray bursts forward and is reflected off a tree branch before noon. The renaissance theme has always inspired me. I do love Florentine traditions of reading, recognizing and painting a picture. Five women/nymphs symbolize perfect symmetry based on principle Egyptian marsh lily (nymphaea). Before sunrise lily buds rise up on the water glade and blossom with the first drop of sun.”

C O N S TA N T I N G O R E LO V Instagram @costa_gorelov_art


▫︎ 45 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Yeon Gyu-hye Landscape Series: Chuseok is a National Holiday in South Korea

Yeon paints the spring, summer, fall, and winter of Korea. She also paints portraits that are part of nature. For her: “Painting is the pleasure of immersion.”

Y E O N GY U - H Y E https://blog.naver.com/yeongyuhye


James Hartel ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 46 ▫︎

Gravity Watercolor 21 x 16 in.

“My passion is watercolor. I love the unpredictability and the nature of the medium. I hope my images evoke an emotional response to the viewer!”

JAMES HARTEL http://www.jimmychacha.com


▫︎ 47 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Gerard Huber Reflections I Acrylic on panel

“My strategy is to employ beauty as a subversive instrument of seduction, a peacefully sensual way of drawing the viewer into a space that challenges heteronormative assumptions of male competition, and which demonstrates that same-sex relationships are wholesome, healthy and life-affirming.”

GERARD HUBER www.gerardhuber.com


Eric Hubbes ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 48 ▫︎

Sorrow Acrylic and mixed media 100 x 80 cm

“Each of my creations is the dance of forms, colors, vibrations and thoughts that manifest themselves in fractal and spiral movements. Complete detachment and freedom let the subconscious dominate above all. Like in a trance state, the painting emerges from itself. The inner boundaries within myself fall apart, and I often feel how distant fragments of a lost personality in the form of strange creatures seek a connection with me and possibly the viewer through my painting language. They often appear as emotional facial expressions, which were created accidentally through form compositions in my paintings.”

ERIC HUBBES erichubbes@gmail.com


▫︎ 49 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Eric Hubbes The Nest Acrylic and mixed media 80 x 80 cm


Ivan Iliev ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 50 ▫︎

Metaphysica - The 4 Elements Oil on canvas 60 x 70 cm

“Three cornerstones comprise the primary characteristics of my artistic work: the care for detail, the love of nature and my affinity for late Renaissance and Baroque painting. I’m finding the subjects of my paintings around me. The plants that have always fascinated me, are not only nature forms - perfect by design, but like any creation in the real world, also equivalent to the message of growing and withering; the flowing time. I like to think about all that; it can be found as a main theme in my works and Still life Painting is a fine way to tell intriguing stories.”

I VA N I L I E V www.ivan-iliev.eu


▫︎ 51 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Kees Juffermans Flower Seeds In Small Pockets Digital media 27,55 x 27,55 in.

“My publication consists of fractals being made by tw0 fractal generators. The size in a rectangle shape is 50 x 70 cm or 19,68 x 27,55 inch. The size in a square shape is 70 x 70 cm or 27,55 x 27,55 inch, and 40 x 40 cm or 15,75 x 15,75 inch. The image can be bought as a digital file for $130.”

KEES JUFFERMANS http://www.fractalartprinted.com


Rodica Kalman ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 52 ▫︎

Nude 3, 2019 Oil on acrylique imprementure on canvas 90 x 60 cm

“I am a Romanian artist based in Israel. I have studied Architecture and Oil Painting. My paintings are mostly oil on canvas and lately oil on acrylic imprementure. My works are mostly figurative, portaits of myself, my family and other models.”

RODICA KALMAN www.rodicakalman.com


▫︎ 53 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Rodica Kalman Urban Landscape at Night, 2019 Oil on acrylique imprementure on canvas 60 x 50 cm


Caroline Kampfraath ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 54 ▫︎

Flow For Life Epoxy resin, wood, polyester 160 x 50 x 50 cm

C A R O L I N E K A M P F R A AT H carolinekampfraath.nl


▫︎ 55 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Caroline Kampfraath Dead Dogs Envelope Porcelain, plaster, metal 200 x 200 x 25 cm Photographed by Bo Bolderink


Eriko Kaniwa ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 56 ▫︎

Armed Llama from the Animalia Series Digital media

“Absurdity is the child of order and chaos. It the evidence that something has been born. The abstract made manifest through me might be small bugs spit out by absurdity. Like bugs, there is a reason for absurdity’s existence on this planet.”

E R I KO K A N I WA https://sensegraphia.jp


▫︎ 57 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Eriko Kaniwa Horned Pigeon from the Animalia Series Digital media


John Kelly ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 58 ▫︎

Dancer Reaching, 2019 Oil on canvas 18 x 24 in.

“A Dancer prepares for her performance. A woman by a window looks at a bird. A woman looks out from under white drape. Within each frame, he masterfully captures a psychological drama.”

J O H N K E L LY https://johnkellyart.com/


▫︎ 59 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Jiyoung Kim Unveil Embroidery, span silk and cotton thread 43 x 62 in.

“There is something else to keep pulling and not to miss. I do not want to deceive or conceal the inside of human beings from what I see. In other words, it is intended to express ‘to unveil and dig’ in the opposite direction of ‘Unveil’. The movement of each human body expresses threedimensionality from the existing stereotypes.”

J I YO U N G K I M wldud3212277@naver.com


Kieun Kim ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 60 ▫︎

Revealuxion, 2019 Video projection, pine circle plaques, yarns, wooden mannequin hands, acrylic sheets, bolts and nuts

“Revealuxion is a video art piece composed of shapes inspired by cocoons and marionettes. It represents a dynamic hole, which means it shows a struggling butterfly in the chrysalis. I integrated all my documentary videos with kaleidoscopic effects. I view myself as a young butterfly, through the reflection of the chrysalis as a representation of my alter ego, I express suffering and patience that is embedded in my artwork. As I express an intimate part of myself, I feel a huge amount of empathy and sympathy for myself. I meet the healing moment and this process is an extension of myself.”

KIEUN KIM http://kieunkim.com


▫︎ 61 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Pia Kintrup the nonexistent areas are of particular interest: the growth, 2020 C-Print mounted and framed in a black shadow frame 100 x 66 cm

“The theme of my open series is the impact of borders and ultimate control in places that are designed to create a parallel world. These sceneries are artificial settings and constructions which create conflicts within our everyday life. The particular areas are excesses examples for staging, an imitation of the reality, and natural structures. They are especially in still life essential aspects of my recent artwork. The whole series is build-up like the story in a novel, where the reader receives more and more information about a place or a planet, the reader didn’t know before. The images are points of a net, which create a metaphorical place of imagination.”

PIA KINTRUP www.piakintrup.com


Chikara Komura ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 62 ▫︎

Agave in the Sea Photograph 329 x 483 mm

“I take pictures of flowers with a flash in the evening. During the so-called magic hour the color of the sky turns to indigo blue through a camera. Flowers show beauty as if they flow in the sea. The beauty is ephemeral and radiant beauty is expressed in a moment. Flowers turn to seeds and transcend themselves to the next generation. Metempsychosis of flowers seems to trigger our fantasy towards the old home of creatures.”

C H I K A R A KO M U R A http://chikarakomura.com


▫︎ 63 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Chikara Komura Tritoma in the Sea Photograph 329 x 483 mm


Yuliia Korienkova (Uliia) ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 64 ▫︎

Plasticity, 2020 Mixed media on canvas, recycled materials, gold leaf, LED screens 55 x 80 cm

Yuliia Korienkova aka Uliia is a visual artist devoting herself to robotic art, inspired by and dedicated to the technological progress initiated by the impact of Artificial Intelligence.

Y U L I I A KO R I E N KO VA ( U L I I A ) https://uliia.com


▫︎ 65 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Yuliia Korienkova (Uliia) Retrospective Distortion of Me Living, 2019 Mixed media on canvas, gold leaf, recycled materials, LED screen 8 x 100 cm


Igor Kovalov ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 66 ▫︎

Untitled 1 Digital media 23 x 30 in. (The original image has been slightly cropped to fit)

Igor Kovalov is an NYC based visual artist and art director. He studied painting at Fine Arts Academy in Kiev and Grand Central Atelier in New York. In his personal work, he explores a sense of ambiguity, detachment and identity deconstruction.

I G O R KO VA LO V igorovalov.squarespace.com


▫︎ 67 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Alicja Kozlowska LAYS Art quilt combined with embroidery, felt sculpture 27 x 18 x 4 cm

“Painting by sewing for me is the format to address deeply negative, culturally constructed indifference. I create 3D embroidered felt sculptures of everyday objects to provide an opportunity to rethink these items we take for granted. I draw inspiration from the reality that surrounds me, consumerism and everyday objects. I create the aesthetics of Pop Art. In my works, I use a needle, like a brush. I combine various materials from labels, newspapers, foils, to felt and fabric. I am inspired by Duchamp and Warhol from whom I learned the relationship between handicraft and mass production, and between works of art and everyday consumable commodities.”

A L I C J A KO Z LO W S K A www.alicesidea.com


Reiner Langer ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 68 ▫︎

Angel Trusted Mixed media collage on paper 18 x 24 cm

“I have worked my whole life for Freedom. For more than 35 years, doing Mail Art projects titled, “AGAINST WAR” by Reiner Langer. I employ a very special technique: Old-masters mixed media collage, including free drawing, all elements are hand made including the coloration.”

REINER LANGER www.reinerlanger.org


▫︎ 69 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Gaetanne Lavoie Centaurus 006 Oil on linen 28 x 22 in. (The original image has been slightly cropped to fit)

“The underlying current in all of my work is my desire to express ideologies of freedom through consciousness. I have been working to portrait the processes that can occur when seeking higher consciousness in relation to the human condition. We are often the creators of our limitations and I seek to portrait the journey from those limitations into awakening. These awakenings are the key to our freedom. It is my belief that through acknowledging and understanding our own psychosis, i.e. the human condition, we transcend and heal.”

G A E TA N N E L AV O I E www.gaetannelavoieart.com


Susan Lizotte ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 70 ▫︎

1500 Oil on canvas 40 x 60 in.

“I’m exploring in paint the issues of abuse of power, control, image production, information, mercury and mythology. I am concerned with the abuses of the medical establishment and the government. The misuse of mercury, the element, began at the end of the 15th century. Its misuse continues to this day. The paintings seek to address images created to further an agenda, used by those in power. The paintings are flawed or broken to show both seen and unseen. War, disease and abuse of power are central themes.”

S U S A N L I Z OT T E https://www.susanlizotte.com


▫︎ 71 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Susan Lizotte New Medievalism 60 x 40 in.


Caroline Marcant ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 72 ▫︎

Attache ta tuque Mixed media 24 x 24 in.

Somewhere between abstraction and reality, Caroline Marcant delights in creating a parallel world brimming with poetry and surprises, where, she hopes, everyone can let their imagination run wild.

CAROLINE MARCANT http://caroline.marcant.org


▫︎ 73 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Caroline Marcant Ce moment tant attendu Mixed media 30 x 40 in.


Pertti Matikainen ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 74 ▫︎

Always Brain Damaged Mixed media 42 x 29 cm

Painting and drawing since 1992, Pertti Matikainen had an accident in 2018 which resulted in a brain hemorrhage and spending 3 months in the hospital. Recovery has been difficult and his mobility is restrained, yet Perrti continues to create work and develop his practice and unique style.

P E R T T I M AT I K A I N E N http://matikainenpertti.nettisivu.org


▫︎ 75 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Bob Mosier If A Block Should Tumble 1 Thread painting 16 x 39 x 9 in.

“This series traces my experimentation with the sewing machine and the technique of Thread Painting, the continuous movement of fabric under a moving needle, and more than 20 miles of Gutermann thread. In the beginning, I was intent on creating the illusion of space, much as I had done in my drawings of sculptures. Gradually I began to create the actual structure of 3-D underscored by using the gradation of light and dark thread across the surfaces. The work has evolved, now having the appearance of pieces falling off. Trompe l’œil, where I attempt to fool the eye of the viewer into seeing the 2-D as 3-D, and vice-versa.”

BOB MOSIER bobmosier@gmail.com


Mimmi Moretti ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 76 ▫︎

Lift Fine Art photograph 70 x 100 cm

“Constantly looking for something new and unusual with the typical curiosity of a child who still marvels, despite their age, for the beauty of the world around him.”

MIMMI MORETTI www.mimmimoretti.com


▫︎ 77 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Heather McFarlin Genesis Oil on canvas 30 x 40 in.

“My studio is a place that I can step into and allow imagination, bright colors and emotions to run wild. The creative process awakens my heart, mind and senses to the wide range of emotions - conscious and unconscious - ultimately helping me to see things differently and glean new perspectives. The imagery that unfolds then invites others to experience their own emotional landscape deeply and in an empowered way.”

H E AT H E R M C FA R L I N https://www.heathermcfarlinart.com


Manuel Morquecho ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 78 ▫︎

Intent Look, 2019 Archival Giclee print 68 x 44 in.

“My art captures my fantasies and own realities; the world as I feel it or imagine it. I have chosen photography as my art-instrument because it allows me to grasp these “realities” in an instant, without the distortions caused by the passage of time and changing feelings. My images are captured both in black and white and color, creating timeless portrayals of my imagination and desires. Although they reflect somehow my Mexican heritage, they seek to break national boundaries and transport the observers to an unidentifiable interior place of beauty and peace.”

MANUEL MORQUECHO https://manuelmorquecho.com


▫︎ 79 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Manuel Morquecho Faith, 2016 Archival Giclee print 60 x 40 in.


Temel Nal ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 80 ▫︎

BlueLadyConcept 16 Digital photos, Dye sublimation prints on aluminium squares 170 x 130 xm

“I am a photo artist specializing in impressionistic images of landscapes, people, nature and cityscapes. None of my work is taken in a studio and none of it is computer-manipulated. I “paint” with my camera. I achieve my “brushstrokes” with a unique technique that I have developed over the years, allowing me to create my final image at the time of taking. My images are a direct result of the impressions I had at the time. I release colour from its form creating a colour-dominated, impressionistic world. My work comes in Limited Editions of 7 and is printed on hand-crafted photographic paper or thin sheets of aluminium.”

TEMEL NAL http://www.temelnal.de


▫︎ 81 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Temel Nal LightLinesOnTheBeach I Digital photo print on handmade photographic paper mounted on aludibond 87 x 127 cm


Gudrun Nielsen ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 82 ▫︎

Camp on the Glacier 1954 / Tungnaárwastelad 2019 Collage 80 x 29 cm Snowmobile in a Glacier Crack 1977 / Jökulheimawasteland 2019 Collage 80 x 29 cm

Icelandic sculptor Gudrun Nielsen describes her Barren Wasteland series 2019, a collision of journeys 1952-77 and 2019. A cabin was built in 1955 by the Tungnaá glacial river at the foot of the Tungnaár glacier in the west of Vatnajökull glacier, Iceland. Back in the 1950’s men drove on snowmobiles from the cabin across the river and straight onto the glacier. Today is a different story, only black wasteland remains, the glacier having retreated many kilometers and the river follows this constant change. The Barren Wasteland series expresses a collision of journeys, her father’s Ólafur W. Nielsen and her own, where one world is white and the other one black.

GUDRUN NIELSEN www.gudrunnielsen.co.uk


▫︎ 83 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Mayuko Ono Gray The Rose Is Always Redder Next Door Graphite on paper 41 x 33 in.

“Reflecting a life which is both culturally Japanese and American, my graphite drawings hybridize influences from traditional Japanese calligraphy combined with Western drawing practices and aesthetics. Traditional Asian artforms have often integrated word and image, and my interest and practice also follow the path in my unique way. In current works, I mostly use images of persons, animals, and still lifes captured in my daily experiences. A Japanese proverb accompanies each work, spelling out hiragana and kanji characters intertwine to create a single line. The calligraphic line has one entrance and one exit - which serves as a metaphor for birth and death, and the in-between; life.”

M AY U KO O N O G R AY www.mayukoonogray.com


Lilla Ohrstrom ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 84 ▫︎

Gift of The Crone

“My primary medium is clay, which I kiln fire or cast into bronze. I like to explore the contradictions of form in space. The idea that what appears solid is actually made up of space intrigues me. Speaking through images mysteriously helps me connect with myself and other humans. Curiosity and the desire for grace, fuel my interest in creating. Sculpture is a medium in which I can experiment and test my reality. I turn to visual arts to heal our spirits and elevate humanity. My work is seeded in emotion. As each sculpture grows into itself, it helps me to better understand my world. I hope that my work enlivens your world too.”

LILLA OHRSTROM youngbloodartstudio.com


▫︎ 85 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Lilla Ohrstrom Hiding


Ni Pan ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 86 ▫︎

Echo I Oil on canvas 36 x 48 in.

Ni Pan’s paintings tell stories about landscapes and structures that can evoke feelings of loss, desire, and fear. Her paintings are devoid of figures because she wants to invite the viewer to bring their own experience and memories to the act of looking. Her works have shown multiple times with groups in San Francisco, Palo Alto, New York, and Portland.

N I PA N https://pennypn.com


▫︎ 87 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Sasa Pappa NO! Digital photograph

“Art is a way to express and communicate. My feeling may cause any feeling to a viewer. It is not necessary to understand or explain the message of art. You may just feel it. This is both expression and communication.”

S A S A PA P PA sasapp@hotmail.gr


Maryse Pique ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 88 ▫︎

Winter Oil and acrylic on linen 120 x 120 cm

“Experimentation, progress, be critical, discovery to better in my art. That is why Abstraction is my Dada, I never know what will be at the end.”

MARYSE PIQUE www. marysepique.com


▫︎ 89 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Ian Rayer-Smith Real Monsters Not Eating Souls, 2020 Acrylic on panel 150 x 150 cm

“I avoid looking for a formula. Each painting is a development of everything I’ve done before.”

I A N R AY E R - S M I T H www.ianrayersmith.com


Roland Reinert ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 90 ▫︎

Illusion of Freedom Acrylic on canvas 50 x 70 cm

“I love to paint and create from my imagination to express my thoughts and view of the world.”

ROLAND REINERT www.rolandreinert.ch


▫︎ 91 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Jim Resnick TerraCine Pen and ink 17 x 14 in.

“I try to capture the flow of energy on paper. I try not to force anything, but to just let it happen...let it flow on its own.”

JIM RESNICK JimResnickArt.com


Steve Rogers ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 92 ▫︎

Baxter and Mary Ellen Acrylic 22 x 49 in.

“I love the stark beauty of the wetlands, the power of the ocean and the rugged docks and warehouses of a working waterfront. So much of what we see today of our marine heritage is slowly fading away under the irresistible and relentless pressure of development. My work is simply a small effort to preserve some memories of what used to be, for those who remember fondly, and those who are unaware of what life was like a few decades ago. Some people say there is a sadness to my work. To some extent, there may be, but it is more an admiration and respect for the lives and work of those who work on the water.”

Steve Rogers lives in Lewes, Delaware, and is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College. He has been a full-time professional artist for twenty-five years. He is also well known as a ship model builder, has taught at the WoodenBoat School in Brooklin, ME, and has authored five books on that subject. He is a Delaware by Hand Master, a signature member of the American Society of Marine Artists and has shown work in several of their national exhibitions of marine art. He is a 2005 recipient of the Established Professional Fellowship from the State of Delaware and a member of the Salmagundi Club. He currently serves on the Rehoboth Art League board of Trustees. He regularly shows at the Waterfowl Festival in Easton, MD, and is represented by The Peninsula Gallery in Lewes, DE, and The Portland Art Gallery in Portland, ME.

STEVE ROGERS marineartbysteverogers.com


▫︎ 93 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Steve Rogers Dory at Low Tide Acrylic 30 x 40 in.


Marina Schreckling ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 94 ▫︎

Pawlow’s Dog Acrylic on canvas 60 x 80 cm

Berlin-born, German artist Marina Schreckling received the international art award ‘Duc de Richelieu Diamond’, 2016 in Ukraine and has exhibited internationally. Marina implements a technique of reduction in which a single face or figurative image corresponds to a thematic elucidation of the inner psychic to the outside. The personality structure which constitutes the human being and the revelation of the unspeakable shows by transforming into a visualized language and the artworks often remind us of a fugitive dream sequence. Marina has lived and worked in Hamburg since 2008.

MARINA SCHRECKLING schreckling-paintings.de


▫︎ 95 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Alisa Sheinson Pink Blossom Handcrafted wall light with aluminum, LED light, epoxy, and resin

“I focus on art about climate change and draw inspiration from the spirit of nature and preservation of its unique pieces. My light sculptures show a link to light as well as to water, ocean and life in all its forms and creatures. The play of light and shadow opens our imagination and bring memories, desires and senses all together in the physical creation.”

ALISA SHEINSON www.alisa-lightart.com


Witold Śliwiński ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 96 ▫︎

EF Glass 300 x 40 x 155 mm

“I seek for original solutions while I form the glass. I create organic and abstract forms out of shapeless glass material. In pursuit of alluring and surprising forms, I choose ambiguous but meaningful symbols. I often teeter on the border between the real world and the imaginary to discover my true self. The glass sculpture entitled: ‘EF’ is seemingly in the form of letters. This sculpture is an attempt to answer the question whether human vulnerability is strong enough to get a sense of a letter, word and finally, the whole sentence. Or maybe it is weak enough so nobody can even notice the essence of content which is enchanted into synthetic form.

W I TO L D Ś L I W I Ń S K I https://szkloartystyczne.pl/


▫︎ 97 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Louise T Webber Twin Swamps Oil on gallery stretched canvas 18 x 24 in.

“For me, creating art is the freedom of expression of the beauty surrounding me every day, with any medium that feels right for that piece and how it makes me feel.”

LO U I S E T W E B B E R www.louisewebbergallery.com


Michael Stitt ステット マイケル ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 98 ▫︎

Hatago Iwa Ink wash (Sumi-e) 20 x 16 in.

Michael Frank Stitt スティット マイケル (19 August 1961- ) is an Australian composer and landscape architect. He is a twice award-winning landscape architect. After working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a landscape architect, in 2016 an opportunity became available to spend three months studying the Naguata Shamisen, a three-stringed Japanese instrument, in Chofu City, Tokyo. It was there that Michael became fascinated with Japanese gardens, music and ink painting (Sumi-e). At the heart of his Sumi-e works is the desire to achieve both the Zen philosophy and the Japanese notion of Wabi Sabi.

MICHAEL STITT ステット マイケル http://michael-stitt.com


▫︎ 99 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Michael Stitt ステット マイケル

Heavenly Mountains Ink wash (Sumi-e) 12 x 16 in.


Michael Stitt ステット マイケル ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 100 ▫︎

Misty Mountains of Nara Ink wash (Sumi-e) 20 x 16 in.

Wabi Sabi is an almost unique concept in Japanese culture. It can be defined as a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. An aesthetic beauty that is derived from the “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete”. It is a concept derived from the Buddhist teaching of the three marks of existence, specifically “impermanence, suffering and emptiness” (or absence of self-nature). Characteristics of the Wabi-Sabi aesthetics include simplicity, economy, asymmetry, roughness, austerity, and modesty. The objective of Michael’s artistic expression is to obtain the maximum visual effect with the minimum of ink applied. Hence, enough ink to convey the idea, and for the viewer to complete the picture through their imagination.

In practicing Sumi-e he applies different shades of grey using water and black ink providing an infinite array of design capability. The narrative conveyed is a reverence and respect for nature, with humanity being depicted, metaphorically, as being in harmony with the ecologically rich natural world. Mountains and landscapes are portrayed as the most important element of the painting, aiming for both the painter and viewer to meditate on the ideal paradigm of the natural order of the landscape. ​ Michael is currently undertaking a research doctorate at Deakin University on the theme of encouraging peace through music composition inspired by the Japanese landscape.

MICHAEL STITT ステット マイケル http://michael-stitt.com


▫︎ 101 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Michael Stitt ステット マイケル Island of Dreams Ink wash (Sumi-e) 12 x 16 in.


Catherine Sun ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 102 ▫︎

Miss Worry Digital illustration and photograph 20 x 13 in.

Catherine Sun was born in Texas, grew up in Taiwan, and is currently a San Francisco-based illustrator. With a warm and sophisticated style, Catherine aims to bring happiness to this world. Her expertise is children’s illustrations, product design illustration, educational illustration, and related graphic design work. Catherine believes art is a strong language that not only conveys her own voice but brings different people together.

C AT H E R I N E S U N thecatherinesun.com | Instagram @catheryns_lab


▫︎ 103 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Sarah Weizhen Xu A Glimpse of the Model Room Oil on linen 19 x 24 in.

Sarah Weizhen Xu is a figurative artist residing in the US, inspired by the late 19th century Academic Realism style. Training at the Florence Academy of Art gave Sarah a solid foundation of accurately capturing from life, and a thorough understanding of the old masters’ painting methods. She prefers to work with oil colors, on linen canvas or solid wooden panels, using sight-size measurement. Sarah believes that the soul of fine art is the endless pursuit for perfection. In her point of view, the beauty hidden in details is what gives definition to everything we see in life.

SARAH WEIZHEN XU Instagram @sarahweizhen_art | http://www.sarahweizhenxu.com


Silvia Yapur ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 104 ▫︎

Series Dragons Chine Colle and collage 17 x 10,5 in. or 43 x 27 cm

Mixed media artist, Silvia Yapur’s natural creativity pushes her experimentation with different techniques allowing her to materialize creation with collage, mixed media, painting, printmaking and/or textile. “The Chinese Horoscope, a method of prediction, as old as the Chinese culture itself, and its links to the animal world have been the main two reasons why I want to continue researching and creating inspired works by this millennial astrological system.”

S I LV I A YA P U R www.silviayapur.com | Instagram @silvia_yapur_art


▫︎ 105 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Cengiz Yatağan Puzzle Mixed media sculpture 50 x 40,5 x 4,5 cm

Cengiz Yatağan was born in 1968 and lives and works in Istanbul, Turkey. After completing his studies in Instabul, Yatağan moved to Australia where he was involved in business for two years. He has worked in Architecture, Construction and IT sectors as well as specialized in renovation of historic buildings. He is now focusing on fine art.

C E N G I Z YATA Ğ A N http://www.cengizyatagan.com/tr | Instagram @ cengizyataganofficial


Simon Zeng ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 106 ▫︎

Lotus pond in Fall Brush, ink, color on paper 50.5 x 38 in.

Simon Xian Wen Zeng studied Calligraphy, Oriental Painting and Seal Engraving in China for many years. He has received many prestigious awards along the way before moving to America. Zeng came to the U.S. in the mid-1990s and studied modern, abstract painting at the The Art Students League of New York for four years. He opened his art studio in Flushing, NY. Zeng’s works describe the beauty of human beings and truth which are shown by both traditional and modern styles. Whether he is creating in eastern or western traditions, Zeng hopes his work leaves the viewer with a “sense of joy and happiness, provoking deep contemplation and reflection.”

SIMON ZENG zhiguanggallery.com


▫︎ 107 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ Simon Zeng Gold Lotus Oil on canvas 60 x 48 in.


Yanz Zeng ▫ Spotlight 19 ▫︎ 108 ▫︎

Rainbow Wall Glass Fiber

Yanz is a visual artist and experience designer. She’s also the co-founder of Chaimi Design, an art and design studio. Their work is always trying to bring joyful moments and communal emotions for everyone. Chaimi have curated events and exhibitions since 2016 including March, 2020, The Boba Family, Austin, USA September - November 2019, Room For Tea | Shanghai, Shanghai, China December 2018 - February 2019, The Boba Room | Shenzhen, Shenzhen, China August 2018 - September 2019, Room For Tea, New York, USA April 2017, The Boba Room, New York

YA N Z Z E N G http://www.yanz-zeng.com/art


▫︎ 109 ▫︎ Spotlight 19 ▫ RH Zondag

Paeonia Acrylic on canvas 48 x 36 in.

RH Zondag works towards a simplicity in his compositions that convey both meaning and expression through color and shape. “It is through simplicity that a message can be conveyed while allowing for both personal experience by the viewer with the work of art as well as an individualized interpretation.”

RH ZONDAG https://rhzondagstudio.com


Bob Mosier If A Block Should Tumble 1 Thread painting 16 x 39 x 9 in. “This series traces my experimentation with the sewing machine and the technique of Thread Painting, the continuous movement of fabric under a moving needle, and more than 20 miles of Gutermann thread. In the beginning, I was intent on creating the illusion of space, much as I had done in my drawings of sculptures. Gradually I began to create the actual structure of 3-D underscored by using the gradation of light and dark thread across the surfaces. The work has evolved, now having the appearance of pieces falling off. Trompe l’œil, where I attempt to fool the eye of the viewer into seeing the 2-D as 3-D, and vice-versa.”

www.bobmosierart.com


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Bob Mosier If A Block Should Tumble 1 Thread painting 16 x 39 x 9 in.

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Spotlight - Contemporary Art Magazine Issue 19 https://circle-arts.com/spotlight-19 This issue includes a unique selection of 76 artists...

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