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Curated by Despina Tunberg ANITA ALEXANDER SWARUP ALJEN AMAZILIA PHOTOGRAPHY DANIELA AMENT FILIPE ASSUNCAO LONE BECH YVAN BEDARD CHANTAL BUCCO DONEGEL’ CHONG CLARACARAT WENDY COHEN DONELLI J. DIMARIA EVA GEORGIOU EDMUND IAN GRANT ELISA GRION JIM GROSSMAN YEON GYUHYE ARISTI HADJISAVVA HERBERT HERMANS STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT MARIANA IVANOVA JOHN JASTER BERYL JAZVIC MIMMI KÄLLER GERLINDE KEATING ANGELA KELLER FRANK KNOUREK

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JERZY KOMISARUK BARBARA LAWRENCE LINDA LEE DAN LOUTH FRIEDRICH MALINA NATALIE MCGUIRE NATALIA MIKHAYLOVNA BRAGINA ROMAN NOGIN CHARLIE PARKER MARIANA PEIRANO PEPPONI ART ARNAUD “APPIX” PIAT EMILY ROSE POMEROY JEAN JACCQUES PORRET KATERINA PORTER CHER PRUYS MARK PYTLOS ROLAND REINERT LISA RICKARD STEVE ROGERS CRISTINA RUSU BONNIE SPRUNG CHAN SUK ON ANGÉLIQUE VÉRÉ ANNE WALBRING PETER WALL MIKOŁAJ WŁODARCZYK LARRY WOLF XAVIER YARTO

Cover Image Yeon Gyuhye Mother Series(B.M) www.artavita.com/artists/20369-yeon-gyuhye


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PHOTOGRAPHY

www.amazilia.photography amazilia.photography@outlook.com Paul Veron (Amazilia Photography) was born in 1959 in the Channel Islands, where he still lives today. He studied at Aberystwyth, Swansea and Exeter Universities. Paul is an internationally published photographer, who has won several awards in worldwide photography competitions. He has exhibited works in group shows in London and has recently submitted a short series of images for display in Seattle. Also recently, he published two fine art nude books containing short narratives and selections of some of his favorite images depicting humans’ innate and intuitive connections with the natural world.

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Body Ballet B&W Photograph


DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

Dan Louth was born on August 14th, 1965 in New Jersey and lives in California. He studied Art at Artis Animia in the San Francisco bay area. Dan has spent most of his life as a software engineer and business owner. He has been an avid art lover and started painting and drawing about twelve years ago. He is an awarded artist and a member of ARC Gallery and Studios in San Francisco.

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Red Vase - Oil on canvas 48 x 72 in.


MARIANA PEIRANO www.peiranoart.com maestramari@hotmail.com

Mariana is an award-winning figurative artist living in Ojai, California. Born and raised in Argentina, she has spent most of her life in Southern California. Although mainly self-taught, she received her basic atelier instruction at the Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art. Mariana has had several solo shows since 2014 in the US and over 30 group shows in the USA, Germany and Canada. She is a member of the Ojai Studio Artists and opens her studio to the public for their annual OSA Studio tour in October.

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Untitled Oil on canvas 20 x 24 in.

Origins Oil on canvas 36 x 36 in.


PETER WALL

petwall@picturewall.eu www.picturwall.eu

Peter Wall born on December 21st, 1962, in Aschersleben, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany and today lives in Basedow/Seedorf, Mecklenbur-Vorpommern. A self-taught painter, he earned a Graphic Design diploma from the SGD Darmstadt (2004). Wall has participated in 12 group shows and had three solo shows in Germany. His works belong to private collections, he has received multiple awards and is a member of the Illustratoren Organisation e.v.

Steam Piper or Tale of Growth - Acrylic on stretched canvas 100 x 100 cm

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Thimblerigger - Acrylic on stretched canvas 100 x 100 cm


ANITA ALEXANDER SWARUP www.artbelow.org.uk www.oceanarts.org.uk anitasw200@yahoo.co.uk

Anita Alexander Swarup is an artist based just outside London in Surrey. She has a BA (Hons) Art History from the University of Sussex, UK. She works with mixed media, acrylics and charcoal combined with photographs that she has taken. This element of collage creates a compelling impact. Anita’s work is characterized by its energy and light, which is impressionistic and atmospheric. The works ask you to feel and experience and not to ‘think’; to experience time, place, light, color, weight, water and the mood. The works draw the viewer into the artist’s vision, emitting energy and warmth.

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Tower Bridge at Sunrise, London, 2018 - Mixed media, photographs, acrylics and charcoal 60 x 40 cm


ANITA ALEXANDER SWARUP www.artbelow.org.uk www.oceanarts.org.uk anitasw200@yahoo.co.uk

Anita’s works are often inspired by specific places cityscapes of London and the River Thames as well as seascapes of coastlines from around the world. Her inspirations include David Hockney, impressionist artist, Monet, and Scottish artist, Barbara Rae. Exhibitions include Art Below, Herrick Gallery and the Mayfair Arts Weekend in partnership with Royal Academy of Arts, London 2018; Art Below, Los Angeles, 2018; and the Menier Gallery, London, 2019

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River Thames, London, 2019 - Mixed media, photographs, acrylics and charcoal 60 x 40 cm


ANITA ALEXANDER SWARUP www.artbelow.org.uk www.oceanarts.org.uk anitasw200@yahoo.co.uk

Pacific Ocean, California, 2018 - Mixed media, photographs, acrylics and charcoal 60 x 40 cm

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ANITA ALEXANDER SWARUP www.artbelow.org.uk www.oceanarts.org.uk anitasw200@yahoo.co.uk

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White Cliffs, UK, 2018 - Mixed media, photographs, acrylics and charcoal 60 x 40 cm


ALJEN

www.saatchiart.com/aljen aljengallery@gmail.com Margarita Afanasjeva was born in 1971 in Sillamäe, Estonia and today lives in Pärnu. A self-taught artist, she has had five solo exhibitions in Estonia and participated in 15 group shows. She is an Awarded artist (Artavita, CFA) and a member of the Saaremaa Artists Organisation.

Spring 2016 - Mixed media on paper 10.5 x 15.5 cm

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DANIELA AMENT

www.ament-daniela.com daniela.ament@gmail.com Daniela Ament was born in Israel in 1945 and grew up in Kibbutz Sarid. She lives and works in KiryatTivon, Israel, and is a self-taught artist, who began exhibiting in 1995 and has had about sixty solo and group shows in Israel, in Paris (Louvre Expo), in Vancouver, in Florence, Ferrara, Venice and Palermo as well as in Miami, USA. In 2009, Daniela spent a month as a resident at the Artcroft residency program in Kentucky. Her works are permanently placed in public domains including the Shiba hospital in Tel– Aviv, Kibbutz Yahel and Naharia Hospital. Daniela has been published in various books and received multiple awards including the Michelangelo Prize 2016 in Rome and more.

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With Dad In The Garden - Bronze, Edition Of 9 - 53 x 73 x 54 cm


DANIELA AMENT

www.ament-daniela.com daniela.ament@gmail.com

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Family - Bronze, Edition Of 9 - 22 x 43 x 38 cm


FILIPE ASSUNCAO www.filipeart.com filipe.assuncao@hotmail.com

Filipe Assuncao is a Portuguese painter that works and lives in Norway. He started painting very early and studied art for many years, building a solid background and techniques in drawing and painting. He completed a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts in Portugal that he concluded with the classification of Excellent. He and started teaching art in 2012 and curating art exhibitions.

The Wreck, 2019 - Acrylic on canvas 140 x 80 x 4 cm

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FILIPE ASSUNCAO www.filipeart.com filipe.assuncao@hotmail.com

Filipe exhibits regularly around the world since 2005 and his work has been multi-awarded in Europe and America. His artwork is present in private and corporate collections in Norway, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Denmark, Poland, and the U.S.A. He is an active member of several art groups and organizations, such as NEUTRAL-ISM Art Group in Italy, ArtCan Art Group and A.N – Artists Information Company in the U.K., UAVA – Unión de Artistas Visuales de Andalucía in Spain, I.A.A. – International Association of Art.

The Crowd II, 2019 - Acrylic on canvas

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FILIPE ASSUNCAO www.filipeart.com filipe.assuncao@hotmail.com

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Little Lies I, 2019 - Acrylic on canvas 80 x 100 x 4 cm


LONE BECH

https://lonebechart.blogspot.com lonebech@web.de Lone Bech was born in Copenhagen in 1943. She lived and worked in different countries until she settled down in Germany, north of Lake Constance, in 2002. Lone started studying art in 2012 at Barbaratorium, Copenhagen and continued at Akademie der Bildenden KĂźnste, Kolbermoor and Arteloco to name a few. In 2019 she decided to go public for the first time with two exhibitions in Germany and one in the center of Copenhagen, Denmark. Her works belong to private collectors in Switzerland, Germany, and Denmark. Lone is an awarded artist and member of Kunst Stuttgart International e.V. and WĂźrttemberger Kunstverein Stuttgart.

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Victor Borge, Comedian, Conductor, Pianist, (Usa And Denmark) - Acrylic on canvas 100 x 60 cm


LONE BECH

https://lonebechart.blogspot.com lonebech@web.de

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Tania Blixen - Acrylic on canvas 170 x 120 cm


LONE BECH

https://lonebechart.blogspot.com lonebech@web.de

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Etel Adnan, Painter and Poet - Encaustic on wood panel 40 x 30 x 3 cm


LONE BECH

https://lonebechart.blogspot.com lonebech@web.de

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Hilde Domin, German Poet - Encaustic on wood panel 40 x 30 x 3 cm


LONE BECH

https://lonebechart.blogspot.com lonebech@web.de

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Astor Piazzolla, Composer - Encaustic on wood panel 40 x 40 x 3 cm


LONE BECH

https://lonebechart.blogspot.com lonebech@web.de

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Niels Arestrup, French Actor in the Role as Conductor in “Meeting Venus” - Encaustic on wood panel 40 x 30 x 3 cm


YVAN BEDARD

www.yvanbedardphotonature.com yvan@yvanbedardphotonature.com Yvan Bedard was born in Saint-Raymond and lives in Neuville, close to Quebec City, Canada. He’s a University Emeritus Professor in Engineering who retired at 56 to pursue a full-time career in fine art landscape photography. He has had fourteen solo and thirteen group exhibitions, several publications in various countries and has been selling successfully in art galleries in Montreal and Quebec City to collectors from four continents. Bedard teaches photography and is an international speaker.

Where Salting and Drying Fish Created a Village - Photograph printed by the artist on fine-art canvas with archival inks 24 x 36 in.

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YVAN BEDARD

www.yvanbedardphotonature.com yvan@yvanbedardphotonature.com Bedard has developed his own rigorous digital solarization technique that partially reverses positive to negative spaces of the photographs. He innovates twice by solarizing color photographs and landscape photographs. This unique combination goes well beyond the usual solarization of B&W nudes or portraits. It blurs the line with paintings. Bedard offers a celebration for the eye and mysterious worlds, allowing for spectacular metaphors for both outwards and inwards feelings.

Brook Cove Spirit - Photograph printed by the artist on fine-art canvas with archival inks 40 x 60 in.

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CHANTAL BUCCO

https://chantalbucco.lu/galerie/ bucco@pt.lu Chantal Bucco was born on October 5th 1961 in Luxembourg, where she lives today. She studied Art at the Academy of Art in Mettlach, Germany. Chantal has had ten solo exhibitions in Luxembourg, Germany and France and fifteen group participations in Luxembourg, Germany, France and Belgium.

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Le Jardin D’Êve - Collage, acrylic, resin on PVC 85 x 35 x 15 cm


CHANTAL BUCCO

https://chantalbucco.lu/galerie/ bucco@pt.lu

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L’Homme Animal I: The Jungle - Acrylic, collage, resin on canvas 50 x 50 x 2 cm


CHANTAL BUCCO

https://chantalbucco.lu/galerie/ bucco@pt.lu

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L’Homme Animal II: The King - Collage, resin, acrylic on canvas 80 x 60 x 4 cm


CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

Clara Welkens aka Claracarat was born in Romania and today lives in Germany where she privately studied Art. She has shown her works in the UK, Italy, France, Belgium, Luxemburg, Switzerland and Romania. Her works are in private collections internationally.

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The Visible Invisible - Mixed media 70 x 100 cm


CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

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Space Traveller - Mixed media 60 x 100 cm


CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

Metal City - Mixed media 100 x 70 cm

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Chaos - Mixed media 100 x 70 cm

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Blue Matrix - Mixed media 70 x 100 cm


CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

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Akteus Pyramid Paradox - Mixed media 70 x 100 cm


CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

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Xantes Galaxy - Mixed media 70 x 100 cm


CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

Capricornus Galaxy Poet - Mixed media 100 x 60 cm

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CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

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Psychedelic Sphere - Mixed media 70 x 100 cm


CLARACARAT https://www.claracarat.com claracarat.kunst@gmail.com

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The Secret Behind The Secret - Mixed media 70 x 100 cm


WENDY COHEN

www.wendycohen.net.au IG: wendycohen123 wendycoh@bigpond.net.au Wendy Cohen is a Sydney-based artist who has attained a BFA as well as MFA Degrees. Her art practice focuses on the relationship of color, shape, line, and form with realistic components that are communicated in a painterly language. By integrating shapes into a cohesive body of colors and forms in conjunction with collage elements, flowing ideas are arbitrarily manifested that bring attention to the brushstrokes, mark-making, and materiality on the surface of each painting. However, the primary focus of her practice is to transform the static space of each painting with synchronized contrasting colors highlighting its chemistry and resonance.

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Deconstructed Paint - 24 x 24 cm


WENDY COHEN

www.wendycohen.net.au IG: wendycohen123 wendycoh@bigpond.net.au

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Cacophony Of Shapes Piled Up - 40 x 40 cm


WENDY COHEN

www.wendycohen.net.au IG: wendycohen123 wendycoh@bigpond.net.au

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Floating Shapes Under Water - 30 x 48 cm


WENDY COHEN

www.wendycohen.net.au IG: wendycohen123 wendycoh@bigpond.net.au

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Bonanza Extravaganza - 20 x 24 cm


WENDY COHEN

www.wendycohen.net.au IG: wendycohen123 wendycoh@bigpond.net.au

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Boundary Border - 20 x 24 cm


DONELLI J. DIMARIA

https://donelli-dimaria.pixels.com cinder48@msn.com Born in Waterbury, CT, Donelli J. DiMaria has been drawing and painting since the age of six. While primarily self-taught, he has had some formal training in classical and contemporary art at different points throughout his life. His most recent training in classical art was at the Reilly League of Artists in White Plains NY under Cesare Borgia. Donelli has lived and worked in Santa Fe, NM as a full-time professional artist and teacher since 2001. Prior to this, he was a full-time physicist at the IBM Research Center in NY for 28 years.

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Same - Oil on canvas 30 x 40 in.


DONELLI J. DIMARIA

https://donelli-dimaria.pixels.com cinder48@msn.com DiMaria has been in fourteen museum shows across the USA and has shown his work in many galleries (NY, CA, AZ, TX, CT, and NM). Donelli has participated in over 100 juried and invited shows winning many awards along the way. His work has been published in several art books, and articles about him have appeared in several art magazines and other publications. His four drawing and painting video courses on “Udemy” have more than 100,000 subscribers, and his drawing manual loosely based on the “Reilly” technique is available on “Lulu”. He is still actively looking for more representation of his paintings and drawings.

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Pinup #2 - Oil on canvas 24 x 48 in.


DONELLI J. DIMARIA

https://donelli-dimaria.pixels.com cinder48@msn.com

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Starving Artist - Oil on canvas 24 x 36 in.


DONEGEL’ CHONG http://donegel-chong.com info@donegel-chong.com

Donegel’ Chong was born in 1975 in Malaysia and lives in Switzerland. He is mostly self-taught in art and has a background in fashion design, hospitality, and retail. He officially took the step to become a full-time artist after a long illness at the end of 2018. Since then, he has had exhibitions in Switzerland, Germany, and Norway. Currently (Jan- Feb 2020) some of his works from “Erika’s Waggis (Vol 1)”; are being shown in a curated group show titled “Pashmin Art circulation: From Swiss Impressionism to Contemporary Art”, in Chongqing Art Center Museum, China. Some of Chong’s works belong to private collections in Switzerland, Thailand and Hong Kong. He is an awarded artist and a member of KUN:ST International Stuttgart e.V.

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Erika’s Waggis (Vol 2): Nr.2: Rai - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 30 x 1.8 cm


DONEGEL’ CHONG http://donegel-chong.com info@donegel-chong.com

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Erika’s Waggis (Vol 2): Nr. 10: Ampa, Rai & Baby: Ever After - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 60 x 1.8 cm


EVA GEORGIOU

FB: Eva Georgiou (Artist Loutraki) evangelia747@gmail.com Eva Georgiou was born in 1068 in Korinthos, Grece where she still lives today. She studied Art at Middlesex University London in collaboration with the Athenian Artistic and Technological Group (AKTO). Eva has had group participation in thirty exhibitions in Italy, Austria, France, Hungary, German and Greece. Her works belong to private and public collections in many countries. She is a member of Club for UNESCO Arts - Literature and Sciences of Greece.

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Untitled - Oil painting onto textured fabric 68 x 78 cm


EVA GEORGIOU

FB: Eva Georgiou (Artist Loutraki) evangelia747@gmail.com

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Untitled - Oil painting onto textured fabric 60 x 75 cm


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

Edmund Ian Grant was born in 1950 in San Mateo California. He lives and creates his art in Napa Valley, California’s renowned wine country. He is a self-taught, award-winning, internationally collected artist, whose extensive exhibitions over the last 30 years include shows in many major USA and international cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, London, New York, and Paris. Grant has exhibited at many prestigious art fairs including The LA Art Show, Art Aspen, Art Monaco, Concept Art Fair-Miami during Art Basel week, and Art on Paper 2019 during Armory Art week in New York City. Among his numerous awards are the Leonardo Award, First Prize in Painting, the top honor at the International Biennale of Chianciano 2015 and most recently, the Second Prize in Painting at the London Art Biennale 2019. His work is in numerous catalogs, art books, and publications including a critical essay by worldrenowned art historian and art critic Edward LucieSmith.

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Here’s That Rainy Day - Acrylic on canvas 44.25 x 34.5 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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The Warrior - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 40 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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Mind Control - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 40 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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The Winemaker - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 35 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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The Tray - Acrylic on board 40 x 30 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

Edmund Ian Grant was born in 1950 in San Mateo California. He lives and creates his art in Napa Valley, California’s renowned wine country. He is a self-taught, award-winning, internationally collected artist, whose extensive exhibitions over the last 30 years include shows in many major USA and international cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, London, New York, and Paris. Grant has exhibited at many prestigious art fairs including The LA Art Show, Art Aspen, Art Monaco, Concept Art Fair-Miami during Art Basel week, and Art on Paper 2019 during Armory Art week in New York City. Among his numerous awards are the Leonardo Award, First Prize in Painting, the top honor at the International Biennale of Chianciano 2015 and most recently, the Second Prize in Painting at the London Art Biennale 2019. His work is in numerous catalogs, art books, and publications including a critical essay by worldrenowned art historian and art critic Edward LucieSmith.

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The Big Carriage Ride - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 45 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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The Director - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 45 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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Night’s Catch - Acrylic on canvas 60 x 45 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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Checkmate - Acrylic on paper 30.5 x 22.75 in.


EDMUND IAN GRANT www.edmundiangrant.com edgrant@hughes.net

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Bonsoir Paris - Acrylic on canvas 24 x 18 in.


ELISA GRION

melisa_grion@yahoo.it

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1951 where she lives today, Elisa Grion studied painting with Jose Marchi (1998-2001), Lucetta Risaliti (2002-2004), Guillermo Roux Foundation (2005-2008) and Eduardo Fardge (2009-2012). She has exhibited in Italy, the USA and Argentina. The subjects of her paintings are people, birds or boats and she mainly uses oil which she prefers for its plasticity. “Art is a way to express the depths of our soul.�

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Hot Summer - Oil on canvas 20 x 36 in.


ELISA GRION

melisa_grion@yahoo.it

En El Pajonal - Oil on canvas 26 x 26 in.

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ELISA GRION

melisa_grion@yahoo.it

The Best Days Have Gone - Oil on canvas 34 x 18 in.

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JIM GROSSMAN JimGrossmanImages.com jimgrossmanimages@gmail.com

Jim’s photographs reflect the moods and rhythms expressed in the grandeur, power, and serenity of the natural and urban world. A rich diversity of life experiences and far-flung travel and adventure have all found their expression in his evocative images. Growing up in Minnesota and now living in California — places filled with natural beauty — Jim has always found time for making photos while exploring and engaging with the world; fascinated by its color and diversity. Traveling in Latin America, Asia, Africa and elsewhere, he has sought adventure and discovery. Jim’s images reflect what moves and transports him and through his lens, you’ll feel as if you’ve been there with him. Shelter - Photograph

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JIM GROSSMAN JimGrossmanImages.com jimgrossmanimages@gmail.com

Sea Ranch Sunset - Photograph

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Dazzle Of Zebras - Photograph

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Picasso In Stone - Photograph


JIM GROSSMAN JimGrossmanImages.com jimgrossmanimages@gmail.com

Himalayan Moonscape - Photograph

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Shapes And Shadows - Photograph

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YEON GYUHYE

www.artavita.com/Yeon-Gyuhye

Mother Series/ Victims Of Japan’s Sexual Slavery - 76 x 56 cm

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YEON GYUHYE

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Mother Series (B.M) 56 x 76 cm


YEON GYUHYE

www.artavita.com/Yeon-Gyuhye

Mother Series (K.M) 76 x 56 cm

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ARISTI HADJISAVVA aristispaintingblog.blogspot.com aristihad@gmail.com

Aristi Hadjisavva was born in Paphos, Cyprus, where she lives and works. She is a self- taught artist and her main themes are the human figure, portraits and the abstract, with the main characteristic being intense colors. She has participated in 23 group exhibitions, three of them in London, where her work ‘A Man’s Moment’ was awarded as one of the top twelve artworks at The Salon Des Refuses Summer Exhibition 2017. Aristi showed in Zurich at THE SWISSARTEXPO, and in Greece and Cyprus. Early in her career, she had her first solo exhibition. Her works are in private collections in Cyprus and abroad, and have appeared in the Cypriotic press and on several websites. Aristi has created two artworks for the cover pages of two poetry books and participated in an international project titled ‘Loves me /Loves me not.’ She is a member of Cyprus Open Studios, the organization Art Without Borders, the INTERNATIONAL LADIES CIRCLE, a founding member of LADIES CIRCLE 5 PAPHOS-CYPRUS, as well as a founding member of The AGORA CLUB CYPRUS and a member of BPW CYPRUS. World Wide Art MAGAZINE II

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Women’s Solidarity - Oil on canvas 40 x 50 cm


HERBERT HERMANS

www.kunstinzicht.nl/portfolio-en/ werk/berthermans/index.html hegmhermans@xs4all.nl Herbert Hermans was born in 1947 in Voorburg, The Netherlands and lives now in Rotterdam. He studied at the Dutch Art School SKVR in Rotterdam in The Netherlands. Hermans has had twelve solo exhibitions in The Netherlands, France, Germany, Portugal and Austria and 56 group participations in The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, the USA, and China. His works belong to private and public collections in many countries. Hermans is an awarded artist and was nominated four times, in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2019, for the Dutch title ‘Painting of the Year’. His artwork has been published and sold worldwide.

Time Is On My Side - Oil on canvas 120 x 80 cm

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HERBERT HERMANS

www.kunstinzicht.nl/portfolio-en/ werk/berthermans/index.html hegmhermans@xs4all.nl

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Waiting For The Post - Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm


HERBERT HERMANS

www.kunstinzicht.nl/portfolio-en/ werk/berthermans/index.html hegmhermans@xs4all.nl

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The Last Civil Servant - Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm


HERBERT HERMANS

www.kunstinzicht.nl/portfolio-en/ werk/berthermans/index.html hegmhermans@xs4all.nl Herbert Hermans was born in 1947 in Voorburg, The Netherlands and lives now in Rotterdam. He studied at the Dutch Art School SKVR in Rotterdam in The Netherlands. Hermans has had twelve solo exhibitions in The Netherlands, France, Germany, Portugal and Austria and 56 group participations in The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, the USA, and China. His works belong to private and public collections in many countries. Hermans is an awarded artist and was nominated four times, in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2019, for the Dutch title ‘Painting of the Year’. His artwork has been published and sold worldwide.

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Engine Factory 1 - Oil on canvas 20 x 20 cm


HERBERT HERMANS

www.kunstinzicht.nl/portfolio-en/ werk/berthermans/index.html hegmhermans@xs4all.nl

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Engine Factory 2 - Oil on canvas 20 x 20 cm


HERBERT HERMANS

www.kunstinzicht.nl/portfolio-en/ werk/berthermans/index.html hegmhermans@xs4all.nl Herbert Hermans was born in 1947 in Voorburg, The Netherlands and lives now in Rotterdam. He studied at the Dutch Art School SKVR in Rotterdam in The Netherlands. Hermans has had twelve solo exhibitions in The Netherlands, France, Germany, Portugal and Austria and 56 group participations in The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, the USA, and China. His works belong to private and public collections in many countries. Hermans is an awarded artist and was nominated four times, in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2019, for the Dutch title ‘Painting of the Year’. His artwork has been published and sold worldwide.

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Engine Factory 3 - Oil on canvas 20 x 20 cm


STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT www.sholznecht.com sholznecht@gmail.com

Stephanie was born in 1959 in England and is now residing in the USA. She has a BA in graphic design and fine art from UW-Whitewater. Stephanie has participated in over fifty group exhibitions in the USA, Italy, England, Dubai, and New Delhi and has won many awards throughout the USA, Italy and England. Her work is displayed in corporate and private collections worldwide. Stephanie belongs to many organizations throughout her home state of Wisconsin.

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Lost In Time - Acrylic and fluid acrylic 24 x 18 in.


STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT www.sholznecht.com sholznecht@gmail.com

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Lost In The Crowd - Acrylic and fluid acrylic 40 x 30 in.


STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT www.sholznecht.com sholznecht@gmail.com

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Needle In A Haystack - Acrylic and fluid acrylic 17.5 x 13.75 in.


STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT www.sholznecht.com sholznecht@gmail.com

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Breaking Apart - Acrylic and fluid acrylic 30 x 30 in.


STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT www.sholznecht.com sholznecht@gmail.com

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STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT www.sholznecht.com sholznecht@gmail.com

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Feedback - Acrylic and fluid acrylic 30 x 24 in.


MARIANA IVANOVA

https://www.artbymariana.com artbymariana@gmail.com Mariana Ivanova was born in Bulgaria and currently lives in Irvine, California. She has had more than 20 group exhibitions and her unique art presents works created with a needle and thread. She is an awarded artist and a member of the Fiber Art Now and the Maryland Federation of art.

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Old Lantern - Fiber art 8 x 11 in.


JOHN JASTER

https://johnjasterstudio.com jwjaster@gmail.com John Jaster was born in Columbus, Ohio, and lives in Kettering. Although John learned to draw and paint as a young boy, his degrees are in the computer science field. It wasn’t until 2010 when his wife bought him a large easel and encouraged him to start painting again, that he began to take his art career seriously. Since then John has exhibited in over 85 group exhibitions. He was featured in Artist’s magazine Competition Spotlight, and in the ‘Artists to Watch’ section of the Southwest Art. Recently, his ‘Faces #4’ was voted FAV15% in the May Bold Brush contest and ‘Symphony in Color’ won Best in Show for the Fusion Art-Lines, Shapes & Colors Exhibition. John is a member of the National Oil & Acrylic Painters’ Society (NOAPS) and International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP). LA Commute - Acrylic on wrapped canvas 30 x 40 x 1.5 in.

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JOHN JASTER

https://johnjasterstudio.com jwjaster@gmail.com

Symphony In Color - Acrylic on wrapped canvas 30 x 40 x 1.5 in.

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JOHN JASTER

https://johnjasterstudio.com jwjaster@gmail.com

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Faces #3 - Acrylic on wrapped canvas 36 x 36 x 1.5 in.


BERYL JAZVIC

www.beryljazvic.com

“My art philosophy is a simple one, it’s a journey, a journey that begins with an expression of myself and ends with a final product. I travel throughout each and every one of my artworks, experiencing a unique connection, with each piece as I create it. The materials, the mixing of the paint, the sound of the brush strokes against the surface, My own personal emotions and thoughts are combined, as I start my journey from beginning to end. If I can explain this in any other way, it would be me in my own world.”

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Cousin Marva - Oil on canvas 48 x 36 in.


BERYL JAZVIC

www.beryljazvic.com

“I have always had a love for the arts, and portrait painting, painting of people and scenes of the majestic outdoors, has become a focus of mine. I often paint with acrylics in winter and oils in summer. My family and friends are part of my journey and my inspirations because they are often the subject of my work.�

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Rastafarian - Oil on canvas 48 x 36 in.


BERYL JAZVIC

www.beryljazvic.com

“As a small child, I grew up on the Islands of the Bahamas, so I have a great affinity for Beaches, nautical life, and how it is reflected in the faces of the Bahamian people. In my paintings, my imagery, use of texture and pattern, are intended to give the viewers a sensational experience, while the eyes give the viewer an entry to the soul. In my water-scapes, I portray flowing water, creating patterns and textures, imparting a soothing tone. I utilize patterns and texture in my work, to create paintings within paintings and convey a true love for the elements involved.�

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The Brown Jacket - Oil on canvas 48 x 36 in.


BERYL JAZVIC

www.beryljazvic.com

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The Train Ride Home - Oil on canvas 40 x 30 in.


MIMMI KÄLLER

mimmi.kaller@outlook.com

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Green Horse - Mixed media 15 x 10 cm


MIMMI KÄLLER

mimmi.kaller@outlook.com

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Far Away - Watercolor on paper 15 x 10 cm


GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com Gerlinde Keating, aka Gerlinde K, was born in Germany. She studied English and French in Wuerzburg, Germany and London, Great Britain. After graduation, she worked as a translator at the US Headquarters in Wuerzburg, Germany. She came to the USA in 1977 and became a US citizen. She now resides in Maryland, USA. Gerlinde studied Photography / Digital Art at the NEW York Institute of Photography in New York. She is an awarded and published Photographer and Artist.

Abstract 1001 - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas, metal or acrylic

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GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

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Abstract 33 - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas, metal or acrylic


GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

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Abstract 1001A - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal


GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

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Abstract 2257 - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal


GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

C’est La Vie - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal

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GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

Mirage - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal

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GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

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Haute Couture - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal


GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

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Flowing Energy - Digital media Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal


GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

Custer State Park South Dakota - Photograph Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal

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GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

Wyoming - Photograph Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal

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GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

Low Tide - Photograph Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal

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GERLINDE KEATING

https://gerlinde-keating.pixels.com photoartbygk@aol.com

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Currituck Beach Lighthouse - Photograph Various prints sizes available on canvas or metal


ANGELA KELLER www.angelakeller.com kellerangela@yahoo.it

Angela Keller grew up in Switzerland and followed an eclectic career as paleontologist, psychotherapist and painter. She took lessons in drawing and painting at the School of Arts, University of Bern and attended art classes in Switzerland and Italy. From 1999 to the present day, Angela has exhibited her work in numerous international art shows. Angela creates experimental, playful artwork with hints of dreams, fantasy, and charm. Her paintings fluctuate between surrealism and symbolism; they are dreamy otherworldly and lyrical in their balance between fantasy and reality. Angela lives and works currently in Calabria, Southern Italy.

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Heading To The Fiesta - Oil on linen 60 x 83 cm


ANGELA KELLER www.angelakeller.com kellerangela@yahoo.it

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A New Planet - Oil on linen 90 x 90 cm


ANGELA KELLER www.angelakeller.com kellerangela@yahoo.it

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First Coffee In The Morning - Oil on linen 90 x 90 cm


ANGELA KELLER www.angelakeller.com kellerangela@yahoo.it

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Silent Journey - Oil on linen 90 x 90 cm


ANGELA KELLER www.angelakeller.com kellerangela@yahoo.it

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Rocking Horse In Transit - Oil on linen 90 x 90 cm


ANGELA KELLER www.angelakeller.com kellerangela@yahoo.it

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Playful Existence - Oil on linen 90 x 90 cm


FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

Frank Knourek had started painting in 2018 when he was 90 years old and lost the mobility to stand without support. Because of that malady, he was in search of activities he could do while sitting down. He chose computer art but that was not a natural choice because he never had schooling or training in drawing. His professional life was absorbed in the analysis of numbers, as he holds two degrees unrelated to the arts. He was always interested in color due to his flower gardening days. The contrast of colors, the desire to show depth and motion in his abstract art has always been the goal. Frank has enjoyed being a self-learner and using the trial and error method rather than the more formal methods of gaining knowledge. He does spend time learning about the trends and issues that painting artists are confronted with and is well aware of the painting styles that exist all over the world.

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Purple Always Wins - Digital/mixed media


FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

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Water Always Finds A Way - Digital/mixed media


FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

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Color Burst - Digital/mixed media


FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

Bamboo Forests And The Space Between Version 2 - Digital/mixed media

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FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

Bamboo Forests And The Space Between Version 1- Digital/mixed media

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FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

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Preying Mantis Of The Skyways - Digital/mixed media


FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

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Abstract Signed By Hand - Digital/mixed media


FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

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Purple Burst - Digital/mixed media


FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

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FRANK KNOUREK frankknourek@icloud.com

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When Pebbles Turn To Dust - Digital/mixed media


JERZY KOMISARUK http://www.jerzykomisaruk.pl

Winter’s Landscape - Oil on canvas 242 x 121 cm

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JERZY KOMISARUK http://www.jerzykomisaruk.pl

Dusk - Oil on canvas 160 x 120 cm

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JERZY KOMISARUK http://www.jerzykomisaruk.pl

Shroud - Oil on canvas 242 x 110 cm

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JERZY KOMISARUK http://www.jerzykomisaruk.pl

Fragments Of Memory - Oil on canvas 181 x 137 cm

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BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

Barbara Lawrence was born in San Francisco and now lives in Santa Cruz, California where she paints in her home studio. She has a B. S. degree in Art from San Francisco State and a Masters Degree in Art from San Jose State University. Barbara has had many solo and group shows and her work is in collections throughout the country. She was the featured artist in the spring 2015 and 2017 landscape issues of the online Artist Portfolio Magazine.

Davenport Bluff - Oil on canvas 16 x 20 in.

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BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

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Mary And Ruby - Oil on canvas 48 x 48 in.


BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

Dark Grove - Oil on canvas 30 x 40 in.

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BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

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A Bad Time - Oil on canvas 36 x 36 in.


BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

Line Of Trees - Oil on canvas 44 x 52 in. World Wide Art MAGAZINE II

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BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

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Eucalyptus - Oil on canvas 40 x 40 in.


BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

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Watsonville Hills - Oil on canvas 30 x 30 in.


BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

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Cypress In The Sun - Oil on canvas 36 x 36 in.


BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

Vineyard Spring - Oil on canvas 30 x 40 in.

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BARBARA LAWRENCE barbaralawrenceart.com jerrylawrence@sbcglobal.net

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Antonellis Pond - Oil on canvas 36 x 36 in.


LINDA LEE

www.lindamationart.com lindamationart@gmail.com Linda Lee was born in 1978 in Taiwan and studied art at Cal State, Los Angeles. She has had a solo show in the capital city of Taipei.

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Marilyn Monroe Picasso style- Colored pencils


DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

Dan Louth was born on August 14th, 1965 in New Jersey and lives in California. He studied Art at Artis Animia in the San Francisco bay area. Dan has spent most of his life as a software engineer and business owner. He has been an avid art lover and started painting and drawing about twelve years ago. He is an awarded artist and a member of ARC Gallery and Studios in San Francisco.

Abstract #16 - Oil on canvas 48 x 60 in.

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DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

Abstract #12 - Oil on canvas 48 x 60 in.

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DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

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Paradox - Oil on canvas 48 x 48 in.


DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

Abstract #13 - Oil on canvas 48 x 60 in.

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DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

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Red Abstract - Oil on canvas 48 x 48 in.


DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

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Large Pot - Oil on canvas 48 x 36 in.


DAN LOUTH danlouth.com dlouth@msn.com

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Dancer - Oil on canvas 48 x 36 in.


FRIEDRICH MALINA www.art-malina.de info@art-malina.de

Friedrich Malina is a contemporary German artist, who lives and works in Friesland. His education was at University Cologne, Bonn, Duisburg and further education in Livorno, Italy. He has exhibited work in the USA, Germany, Italy, France, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria and has received awards internationally.

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Untitled #8 - 110 x 105 cm


FRIEDRICH MALINA www.art-malina.de info@art-malina.de

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The Night Crawler - 110 x 105 cm


FRIEDRICH MALINA www.art-malina.de info@art-malina.de

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Untitled #3 - 110 x 120 cm


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Untitled #4 - 110 x 105 cm


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Untitled #5 - 90 x 120 cm


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Untitled #7 - 120 x 110 cm


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Untitled #6 - 110 x 110 cm


FRIEDRICH MALINA www.art-malina.de info@art-malina.de

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Le Touareg - 100 x 120 cm


NATALIE MCGUIRE

https://nmcguirestudio.com/ nmcguirestudio@gmail.com Natalie McGuire was born and raised in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Her formal training started after high school with community education classes to learn the language of photography. Natalie received her Associate’s degree in Fashion Merchandising, but this didn’t pay the bills or fuel her creative side like she thought it would. So, she decided to go back to school and attended Hennepin Technical college to pursue her photography career.

Bonfire - Photograph 16 x 24 in.

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NATALIE MCGUIRE

https://nmcguirestudio.com/ nmcguirestudio@gmail.com Natalie studied under Paul Sinkler, Tim Gray, and Tom Hanly until the program closed. She continues with education in non-conventional ways like reading blogs, searching the internet for tips and tricks. She has been involved with a few local art centers and most recently she joined Minnesota Mosaic Guild in 2017, SAMA 2018, NEMAA 2018, Warm and networks with other local artists. She has exhibited across the US, both collectively and had around a dozen solo shows in her career.

Under The Tracks - 16 x 24 in.

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NATALIA MIKHAYLOVNA BRAGINA http://nataliabragina.ru brakobra@mail.ru

Natalia Bragina was born in Leningrad, USSR (now Sankt Petersburg, Russia). She graduated from Moscow State University with a degree in International Economics. She also attended the art studios at Moscow State University and the Moscow House of Scientists. After 1989 painting became her main professional occupation. Since then she has had no fewer than fifteen solo exhibitions. She exhibited in Sweden. Her paintings were presented at art auctions in Paris. In recent years her painting was presented in US galeries: NYC World Expo 2016 -WWAB - Artavita booth; Amsterdam Whitney Gallery November- December 2016; Spectrum Miami December 2018 - Artavita booth. Yet her main connection is with individual collectors, Russian or foreigner. She never had a permanent agent. She had never been tied to any kind of artistic organization, official or unofficial.

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A Dream From Childhood,2018 - Oil on canvas 90 x 100 cm


NATALIA MIKHAYLOVNA BRAGINA http://nataliabragina.ru brakobra@mail.ru

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A Man By The Window - Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm


NATALIA MIKHAYLOVNA BRAGINA http://nataliabragina.ru brakobra@mail.ru

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Dream Before An Eye Surgery - Oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm


ROMAN NOGIN

romannogin76.wixsite.com romannogin76@gmail.com Roman Nogin was born in 1976 in Kharkov, Ukraine and graduated from Kharkiv State Academy Of Design and Arts (Former Kharkiv Institute Of Industrial Arts) where he also worked as Chair of Mural Painting dept. and Lecturer in Painting. Nogin has participated in regional, national and international exhibits. He has exhibited solo in twelve shows in the USA, The Netherlands, Taiwan. Most of his works belong to private collections.

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SAXOPHONIST SERIES: People of Jazz - Oil on canvas 90 x 70 cm


CHARLIE PARKER

www.parkerportraiture.com charlieparkerart@aol.com Charlie Parker was born in 1968 in the United Kingdom. Charlie is entirely self-taught and lives in the north-east of England. He has had seventeen solo exhibitions and over 25 group exhibitions within the UK. His work belongs to private collections in many countries. Charlie has also participated in a number of television art programs.

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Self-Portrait - Oil 50 x 40 cm


PEPPONI ART www.pepponi.de pepponi@planet.ms

Born in Germany, Pepponi Art worked in the tourism industry since 1970 and has lived overseas and traveled around Europe, America, Asia, Africa (11 years in Kenya). In the last 22 years, she has lived in Palma de Mallorca, Spain and she is now back in Germany. She has had solo shows in Spain and several group participations in Germany. Her work has been in various publications and belongs to private collections in Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, India and Australia.

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Return - Acrylics, glass, wood, sand, construction foam, cement, varnish 50 x 70 cm


PEPPONI ART www.pepponi.de pepponi@planet.ms

Beach Life 1 - Acrylics, charcoal, marker on paper board 50 x 23 cm

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PEPPONI ART www.pepponi.de pepponi@planet.ms

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Reunification - Acrylics, construction foam, varnish on framed canvas 40 x 40 cm


PEPPONI ART www.pepponi.de pepponi@planet.ms

Sailing To New Shores - Acrylics, paper, varnish on framed canvas 70 x 50 cm

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ARNAUD “APPIX” PIAT www.arnaudpiatpix.com arnaud_piat@hotmail.com

APPIX is a self-taught photographer, learning the medium from a young age. His work is no longer representational and has become abstract. He likes to work with glass surfaces that allow the images to have surprising effects. Appix has photographed street scenes and purely geometrical scenes in order to vary his production. ​ Appix uses both analog and digital techniques. He has no preference for any format and prefers to be guided by his intuition. Independent, he is influenced by the work of Sebastiao Salgado, Cartier Bresson and David Muench. Event#1 - Color digital photograph 40 x 60 cm

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EMILY ROSE POMEROY www.emilyrosenaturephoto.org erpomero@gmail.com

Emily Rose Pomeroy was born in New York and now lives in California. She has been practicing photography for about 10 years. Emily shares her work in the hopes that the subjects will inspire others to explore the natural places she depicts and to discover the same profound beauty of the natural world that Emily has seen. On her website, Emily provides information about her subjects and ways in which we can all live in a daily balance with nature and help to protect the environment. 15% of all her proceeds are donated to environmentally-minded organizations.

Peek-A-Boo - Color digital photograph 16 x 24 in.

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JEAN JACCQUES PORRET www.jjporret.com jj@jjporret.com

“Born in Switzerland, in 1941, to a prominent family of art and antique collectors, I started to sculpt wood at a very young age. I was drawn to and learned the technique of bronze and lost wax casting ‘because it is the most demanding material which is responsive and sweet to the touch.’ My work is figurative but is not about the figure. I consider myself an expressionist as I am more interested in communicating an abstract feeling or idea than an actual image.”

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Lady of the Night - Bronze 55 cm


JEAN JACCQUES PORRET www.jjporret.com jj@jjporret.com

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Desinvolt - Bronze 55 cm


KATERINA PORTER

www.KaterinaPorter.com katerinaporter@hotmail.co.uk Born in Moscow where her father was a British correspondent, Katerina Porter was brought to England by her Russian mother at the beginning of the War. She graduated at the Architectural Association and for a time practiced, but her marriage to Ivor Porter, a member of the Foreign Office, made this impractical. It took her, however, to Cyprus, Strasbourg, India, Geneva, and Senegal. When they returned to London she began to sculpt. Katerina works directly in clay without preliminary drawing and always from a model. She has exhibited widely, in Provence, Belgium, and England, including the Royal Academy and NEAC. She lives in London and Provence and is still a member of the Architectural Association.

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Angela - Resin 34 x 6 x 7 cm


KATERINA PORTER

www.KaterinaPorter.com katerinaporter@hotmail.co.uk

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Lucio Mask - Resin, bronze 8 x 13 x 5 cm


KATERINA PORTER

www.KaterinaPorter.com katerinaporter@hotmail.co.uk

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Classic Torso - Resin 17 x 13 x 19 cm


CHER PRUYS

http://artbycher.ca cher@artbycher.ca Cher Pruys was born in Regina, Canada. Over the years she lived in many places including Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Fort Frances, settling into her present home in Devlin, on the banks of the Rainy River with her husband Mark, three dogs and two cats. By age three, Cher was seldom found without a drawing tool in hand. She worked in pencil, charcoal, and ink over the years, until, she picked up a paintbrush at the age of 35. Beginning with oil paints, she found her chosen mediums in acrylic, watercolor, and gouache.

In The Bag - Acrylic 12 x 10 in. World Wide Art MAGAZINE II

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CHER PRUYS

http://artbycher.ca cher@artbycher.ca Although self-taught, her dedication and talent have seen her work juried into 95 international exhibits, as well as exhibits in numerous non-juried shows. She has won 71 awards for her work including the first recipient of a major Canadian National Award, The Mary Pratt Crystal Award of Excellence at the 2014 SCA Open Juried Exhibition, SCA 1st place award of distinction twice respectively, 2016, and 2017 at The Canada’s 150 show, Gold Medal recipient for Figurative Painting in The Mondial Art Academia’s International 2018 Competition. She has had 14 solo exhibits.

Tulle Rainbow - Acrylic 21 x 17 in.

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CHER PRUYS

http://artbycher.ca cher@artbycher.ca Cher is also an avid fused glass artist and a certified teacher of piano and guitar. Her painting “The Bubble” had the honor of being part of the Masterworks from The International Guild of Realism Tour. She was elected to the American Society of Aviation Artists as an artist member in 1996 and eventually was elected as a Foreign Affiliate Artist Fellow, one of only two Canadians receive this honor. Cher’s works have found a permanent home in numerous private and public collections worldwide. Her artistic style can be described as Realism with a hint of abstraction in her latest works.

It’s A Wrap - Acrylic 10.75 x 8 in.

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MARK PYTLOS

https://www.markpytlos.com/ studio@markpytlos.com Mark Pytlos was born in 1959 in Poland and lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He studied Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Breslau, Poland and also studied the European Old Masters techniques in Germany. He has had 27 solo exhibitions in Canada and China as well as 48 group participations in Canada, China, Italy, Germany, and the USA, among them at the Guang Ping Yi Zhong in Guang Ping, Hebei Province of China. Mark’s works belong to private and public collections in many countries around the globe. He is an awarded and published artist and an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists of Vancouver, Canada.

Three Sisters At Sunrise - Oil on Belgian linen 30 x 40 in.

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ROLAND REINERT www.rolandreinert.ch roreinert@bluewin.ch

Roland Reinert was born in 1951 in Baden, Switzerland and lives in Zurich. He studied Art at Art School Zürich and has had solo exhibitions in Switzerland and group participations in Italy, and France.

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The Long Way To Consciousness - Acrylic on canvas 70 x 80 cm


ROLAND REINERT www.rolandreinert.ch roreinert@bluewin.ch

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The Island - Acrylic on canvas 70 x 90 cm


LISA RICKARD

www.lisarickard.net Lisa_Rickard@yahoo.com Lisa Rickard, born in Philadelphia, is a figure painter currently residing in Florida. In 2019, ‘Capella,’ the first figure painting in her series honoring all nude artist models was juried into two gallery exhibits in the United States, a finalist in the 14th International Art Renewal Center Salon, and published in the Dec/ Jan2020 issue of International Artist Magazine. Her elegant timeless allegorical nudes evoke the dignity yet vulnerability of our shared human condition keeping Lisa at the easel.

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Study For Canopus - Graphite on Mylar 9.5 x 7 in.


LISA RICKARD

www.lisarickard.net Lisa_Rickard@yahoo.com

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Capella - Oil on canvas 20 x 16 in.


LISA RICKARD

www.lisarickard.net Lisa_Rickard@yahoo.com

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Callisto - Oil on Mylar 14 x 14 in.


STEVE ROGERS

marineartbysteverogers.com steverogersmarineart@gmail.com Steve Rogers was born in Bryn Mawr, PA, and lives in Lewes, DE. Although he has taken numerous art courses in college and since, he is essentially self-taught and he has drawn and painted his entire life. Rogers has shown in numerous shows and festivals throughout the Middle Atlantic and New England regions and his work is found in several public collections and numerous private homes. He is the recipient of the State of Delaware Established Professional Fellowship, He is a signature member of the American Society of Marine Artists and a member of the Salmagundi Club in New York. He is a member of the Artists Exchange and a Trustee of the Rehoboth Art League.

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The Dory - Acrylic 30 x 40 in.


STEVE ROGERS

marineartbysteverogers.com steverogersmarineart@gmail.com

Tangier Island Harbor - Acrylic 14 x 40 in.

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CRISTINA RUSU www.cristinarusu.net contact@cristinarusu.net

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Between The Stars - 70 x 90 cm


BONNIE SPRUNG

www.bonniesprung.com usastudioa@aol.com Bonnie Sprung was born on August 30, 1958, in Queens, New York and currently lives in Altamonte Springs, Florida. Bonnie’s award-winning fine art including, paintings, mixed media, and photography, has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows; most recently Spectrum Miami. Her photography and fine art have been published in several books. Her work is in galleries and in public and private collections. Her CD/DVD RIPLEY painting can be seen at ‘Ripley’s Believe It or Not!’ in San Fransisco, CA.

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CD 3D Hamilton - Oil/acrylic on canvas covered cd’s (mixed media) 65 x 37.5 in.


BONNIE SPRUNG

www.bonniesprung.com usastudioa@aol.com Bonnie Sprung has a BA from Hofstra University in Set Design and Graphics, along with her AA from Valencia Community College in Fine Art. Bonnie has done set design and scenic painting for over 200 shows in Orlando and New York. Bonnie has over 30 yrs. experience in curating, judging various art exhibits and thespian competitions. She is a member of the Women’s Caucus For Art and is a past president of the FL chapter. Currently, she is on the Seminole Cultural Arts Council Board.

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CD 3D R.B.G. - Oil/acrylic on canvas covered cd’s (mixed media) 45 x 44.5 in.


CHAN SUK ON

chansukon.com chansukon@gmail.com Chan Suk On was born and lives in Hong Kong. She studied Art at Hong Kong Polytechnic University of Photographic Design. She later graduated with a Master of Arts in Fine Arts from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has had group participations in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, China, and the United States.

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TT Portrait - Color digital photograph 50 x 70 cm


ANGÉLIQUE VÉRÉ sites.google.com/site/ angeliquecreationsartistiques/ angecharly@gmail.com

Angélique Véré was born in 1970 in Laval and has lived near Lyon, France since 2014. She began to draw and paint in 2000, following her eldest son’s diagnosis with a rare genetic disease. She studied Plastic Arts in Morbihan and has exhibited in the town hall of Lanester in 2003 after which she continued to paint drawing inspiration from her own photographs. In 2012, Angélique became a professional visual artist. She has exhibited “Les Stéphanais exposent” at the socio-cultural center of Saint Etienne du Rouvray in Normandy.

Les Papillons - Watercolor and text - 60 x 21 cm

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ANNE WALBRING https://annewalbring.com annewalbring@gmail.com

Anne Walbring is a visual artist born and based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. For the past five years, she has been working at her studio with oil, illustration, and photography. She attended the University of Belas Artes Sao Paulo where studied Visual Arts and also took classes with the fine art tutor Natalie Richy. Anne’s inspiration comes from literature, music and many others but her inner world is truly her inspiring muse. At the moment, she is interested in the mind and its different levels of consciousness. She has exhibited in many countries and is internationally awarded. Her works are part of private collections in London, Monaco, Lisbon, New York, etc.

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Mar e Lua - Mixed media on Canson 40 x 30 cm


MIKOŁAJ

WŁODARCZYK instagram.com/_isatattoo isatattoopl@gmail.com

Mikołaj Włodarczyk was born in 1983 in Poznań, Poland, where he later studied Philosophy at Adam Mickiewicz University. In 2010 he started his career as a tattoo artist, and in 2015 started the brand ISata2 and has been working under this name since. After spending several years traveling around Europe he came to the USA and now lives in Columbus, Ohio, where he works as an artist at the tattoo and piercing studio Evolved Body Art. Outside of tattooing, Mikołaj has been creating various graphics and illustrations. His art has been displayed among others at Trauma Columbus, a fetish Halloween festival that has taken place since 2002. His works have also been published in several art books and magazines (Pictoria - The Best Contemporary Illustrators Worldwide / Spotlight Contemporary Art Magazine / Circle Quarterly Art Review / Columbus Scribbler / various medical texts).

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dOc - Mixed media 42 x 29 cm


MIKOŁAJ

WŁODARCZYK instagram.com/_isatattoo isatattoopl@gmail.com

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WiEcZnIeSpOzNiOnY - Mixed media 21 x 29 cm


MIKOŁAJ

WŁODARCZYK instagram.com/_isatattoo isatattoopl@gmail.com

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WhAt ArE yOu LoOkInG aT? - Mixed media 21 x 29 cm


MIKOŁAJ

WŁODARCZYK instagram.com/_isatattoo isatattoopl@gmail.com

AmOrElOvEmIlOsC - Mixed media 50 x 32 cm

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LARRY WOLF

https://www.abrushwiththelaw.com abrushwiththelaw@aol.com Larry Wolf was born in 1950 in Los Angeles, California, where he still resides. He has practiced criminal defense law for over four decades. As an artist, he is self-taught and passionate. His body of work, which he calls “A Brush with the Law,� combines his fascination with shape and color with his passion for the intensity and drama of criminal law and belief in fairness and justice for all. His work reflects an intensity of emotion and thought honed through a lifetime of rich and expansive interactions with the world and the people who live in it. His work has won many awards and has been exhibited throughout the state of California and in art shows across the United States.

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Lost In The City - 24 x 24 in.


LARRY WOLF

https://www.abrushwiththelaw.com abrushwiththelaw@aol.com

Raw - 48 x 72 in.

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LARRY WOLF

https://www.abrushwiththelaw.com abrushwiththelaw@aol.com

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Athens On Fire - 24 x 24 in.


LARRY WOLF

https://www.abrushwiththelaw.com abrushwiththelaw@aol.com

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From Shoreline To Shoreline - 24 x 24 in.


XAVIER YARTO

https://xyarto.wixsite.com/abstract

Mexican painter, Xavier Yarto’s purely abstract works are uniquely created with strong, bold colors that result in impactful images. He seeks to go beyond abstract art, combining his color technique with a high-relief of pre-Hispanic cultures which transforms the concept of his themes and is reinforced with a new set of colors which he cerates to highlight the meaning of each icon used in his work. Xavier is an artist ambassador in Tintoretto Pennelli, Italy, was the winner of the Giorgio Vasari award in 2019 and a nominee in 2017 and 2018 for the Global Art award. He has exhibited worldwide in Mexico, the USA, The Netherlands, Spain, England, Austria, Belgium, France (Louvre Museum in Paris), Italy (Palazzo della Cancelleria di Roma, Palazzo della Cancelleria Vaticana, Museo Villa Pisani di Venice) Denmark, Sweden, South Korea, Bangkok, Thailand. Xavier is based in San Diego, California.

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Kukulkan - Mixed media on cotton paper 12 x 14 in.


Curated by Despina Tunberg

ISSUE #2

ANITA ALEXANDER SWARUP, ALJEN, AMAZILIA PHOTOGRAPHY, DANIELA AMENT, FILIPE ASSUNCAO, LONE BECH, YVAN BEDARD, CHANTAL BUCCO, DONEGEL’ CHONG, CLARACARAT, WENDY COHEN, DONELLI J. DIMARIA, EVA GEORGIOU, EDMUND IAN GRANT, ELISA GRION, JIM GROSSMAN, YEON GYUHYE, ARISTI HADJISAVVA, HERBERT HERMANS, STEPHANIE HOLZNECHT, MARIANA IVANOVA, JOHN JASTER, BERYL JAZVIC, MIMMI KÄLLER, GERLINDE KEATING, ANGELA KELLER, FRANK KNOUREK, JERZY KOMISARUK, BARBARA LAWRENCE, LINDA LEE, DAN LOUTH, FRIEDRICH MALINA, NATALIE MCGUIRE, NATALIA MIKHAYLOVNA BRAGINA, ROMAN NOGIN, CHARLIE PARKER, MARIANA PEIRANO, PEPPONI ART, ARNAUD “APPIX” PIAT, EMILY ROSE POMEROY, JEAN JACCQUES PORRET, KATERINA PORTER, CHER PRUYS, MARK PYTLOS, ROLAND REINERT, LISA RICKARD, STEVE ROGERS, CRISTINA RUSU, BONNIE SPRUNG, CHAN SUK ON, ANGÉLIQUE VÉRÉ, ANNE WALBRING, PETER WALL, MIKOŁAJ WŁODARCZYK, LARRY WOLF, XAVIER YARTO

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World Wide Art Mag #2  

A digital magazine published in California by World Wide Art Books including over 190 notable works by internationally acclaimed artists.

World Wide Art Mag #2  

A digital magazine published in California by World Wide Art Books including over 190 notable works by internationally acclaimed artists.

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