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The only thing I know is that I paint because I need to, and I paint whatever passes through my head without any other consideration. Frida Kahlo mexican painter

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CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS

afsaneh taebi: Painting

Laura Schlotel: Fused Glass

Agata Lindquist: Acrylic and Mixed Media

Laurie Beringer: Handmade Jewelry

Andrea Mendes Ribeiro: Mixed Media

LIESL MARELLI: Photography

Beverly Everson: Digital Art

Lou Lou: Acrylic

Britta Glodde: Mixed Media

Manuela Nicolini: Aqvacolor 4D

Carolina Bertsch: Oil and Acrylic Paintings

Marisa Gabetta: Watercolor

Christie Brunet: Acrylic, Ink

Marriam Bakht: Oil Painting

Colleen Quinn: Pastel, Charcoal

Mary Tere Perez: Acrylic

Cynthia Ferrer: Watercolor, Tempera

Michelle Hold: Abstract Gestural Painting

Daniela Giordano: Oil on Canvas

Nismah Shargawi: Digital Art

Gayane Karapetyan: Acrylic

Noshaba Bakht: Oils and Mixed Media

Heather Hubbard: Nature Photography

Sara Diciero: Painting

Helga Balashova: Photography

Spandana Nakka: Oil on Canvas

Ilisa Millermoon: Acrylic Ink

Susan Christie: Acrylic and Charcoal

Ines Fugina Malnar: Intuitive Acrylics

Tatiana Kiselyova: Visionary Painting

Jennie Traill Schaeffer: Oil Painting

Tatiana Flores: Watercolor

Judith Zur: Oil Figurative

Tatiana Rusanova: Glass Painting

* Kovรกcs Anna Brigitta: Watercolor

Therese Misner: Figurative Abstract

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creative space Mine needs some improvement. These days I have my daughter clung to me (I’m a baby-wearer of my 4 month old) or she is next to me in her bassinet. My other daughter, age three, sits next to me and draws … on far too many surfaces sometimes. Sometimes it’s on my desk, sometimes it’s on paper, sometimes it’s on her legs. It happens. Art happens. “Tattoos” (on her) happen. Sometimes I get lost on Pinterest saving images of what my dream studio would look like. Would the window to the world reveal an ocean? Trees that change colors with the seasons (there’s not much “change” here in Florida when it comes to seasons. We have hot and hotter seasons with one or two mildly cold days that are freezing by Florida standards). Would the view look out toward a bustling city life? I’m not certain. I have far too many loves of this world to pin down just one view, one room, one “look.” It’s perhaps this love of so much … of too much at times that makes my art vary so greatly. I find inspiration and love everywhere. I also create art to go against a feeling or experience. From the onslaught of American politics and divisiveness lately, I create art about peace and togetherness. The world seems difficult to decipher with seemingly insurmountable problems so I do my best to add to the positive thinking and experiences of the world through art. I do know a few things my dream studio would entail – organization (I’m not a fan of chaotic, disorganized mess), natural light (windows are a must) and some plants to add to the clean air and color of the space. Would it end up being a kid-free zone? Doubtful. I don’t think it’s possible but I also appreciate my children’s energy so a kid art space is a strong consideration. What does your space look like? Do you work in your dream set up or are you working toward a dream studio? If you are in your dream space, share with us a photo and tell us about what makes it perfect for you. We’d love to help others learn about what makes your space conducive to creating art. Perhaps it will inspire others.

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Liesl Marelli Editor-in-Chief @LBMarelli

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Iran artist

afsaneh taebi painting

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Polish American artist

Agata Lindquist Acrylic and mixed media

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and raised in Poland, I moved to the United States 21 years ago. I am a self-taught artist and began selling my paintings only a few years ago when my husband and I moved to South Carolina. Here I found a group of like-minded people who embraced my artistic shenanigans. They have become my friends, my inspiration and collectors of my work. Being an enthusiast of all things New Age I like to promote positive thinking, self–empowerment and Feng Shui. That is why you will often find chakra colors, meditative vortices, and positive affirmations incorporated into my art.

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Brazilian artist

Andrea Mendes Ribeiro hand drawing & digital paint

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work evolved to be a big mosaic, built with the pieces that fascinated me throughout my life. My career in the movie industry as scenery and art producer, later on as set designer and art director, besides some works with theater, decoration, and my experience in creating and producing art have designed a trail of multiple colors, forms and textures, besides the predominant use of mixed media techniques, which range from hand drawing to digital painting and collage. I love illustrating, textile printing and I have a passion for portraying people, but most of all I search for challenges in which I can give an artistic answer to my clients demands and expectations, creating images that will meet their ideas, emotions, objectives, or a concept, so they can recognize themselves in my works.

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trabalho é um grande mosaico que construí com as peças que me encantaram pela vida, de minha carreira no cinema, da produção à direção de arte, um pouco no teatro, decoração, criação e produção de trabalhos de arte propriamente ditos. Isso modelou um trabalho de muitas formas, texturas e cores marcantes, além da utilização de uma técnica predominantemente mista, que vai do manual ao digital, mesclando imagens e texturas. Adoro ilustração, estamparia, tenho especial paixão por retratar pessoas, mas, acima de tudo, gosto de desafios onde possa dar resposta à expectativa de quem me procura. É criar arte através da imagem, criar a partir da demanda do cliente, para que ele se reconheça na criação. Para que a arte seja um veículo através do qual uma ideia, uma proposta, uma emoção... um conceito possa ser transmitido.

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american artist

Beverly Everson digital art

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german artist

Britta Glodde Mixed media

I am a dreamer.

Since I was a child I loved everything that was different, whimsical, and magical. And yes, I still believe in miracles. So, it is no wonder that my works are inspired by fantasy and surreal topics. I present my female characters as portraits or in a “wonderland like environment,” which often shows symbolism. As a writer of fantasy books it happens quite often that I have a storytelling aspect in mind while working on an image. I don’t expect people to have the same ideas about my artwork as I had while creating them. The greatest gift for me is to receive a note from viewers who tell me what they see in my artwork, what kind of story they imagine behind it or what personal feelings they have about it. All I want is to make people think, free their mind and most of all – make them dream again.

Britta Glodde is a digital artist from Germany. She learned how to paint from her father who did pencil drawings and later on acrylic painting. Around 2000, she discovered the endless possibilities of the digital media and was hooked ever since. Today her works are a mixture of 3D-rendering and painting including parts of photographs.

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Venezuelan artist

Carolina Bertsch Oil and acrylic paintings

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Biologist-Conservationist-Artist, I have always been devoted and passionate about our beautiful Mother Earth – Pachamama – and its processes. I have dedicated nearly half of my life to the conservation of threatened wildlife species and their habitat in the Amazon, in Venezuela and Brazil. My painting developed through selfteaching and flows between oil, acrylic paints, and more recently a fusion of mixedmedia and digital art. My inspiration: our Mother Nature, endangered species and their habitat, mandalas and many other artistic expressions of indigenous and native peoples from around the world. I believe in art as a powerful vehicle to carry messages about conservation and respect towards our natural environment and ancestral cultures. Each one of my artworks is a small tribute, of my time and energy, made with that intention.

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Canadian artist

Christie Brunet Acrylic, Ink

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Irish artist

Colleen Quinn Pastel, Charcoal

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since I was a child I have been fascinated by the traditional understanding of relationships. Painting for me is about expressing a feeling or emotion through visual means. When I see something that moves me, I work to break it down to find the essence of what it is visually that makes the scene or person so appealing. The most effective education for me comes from observing life. My purpose in painting is to express emotion and beauty as I see it and for the viewer to enjoy a similar experience. My work is also strongly informed by my love of nature, rural life and all things natural. Ultimately, I hope my work emotes, moves and uplifts. I enjoy working with pastel, charcoal and ink. I love the way I can achieve completely different effects with the pastels on different surfaces.

I am originally from Chicago, Illinois, USA where I earned my BFA in Graphic Design. I worked as a Graphic Designer for many years before moving to Ireland. My studio is in Co. Leitrim where I work and teach many classes to young and old. I am a founding member of the Solas Art Gallery in Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim.


Argentinian artist

Cynthia Ferrer Watercolor, tempera

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ilustradora y artista visual. Nací en Buenos Aires y me formé en Artes Visuales y en talleres de ilustración. Hoy me dedico a ilustrar personajes divertidos y cuentos para niños. Dibujo para marcas de indumentaria y también para editoriales. Amo la literatura infantil y las historias fantásticas. Mis personajes preferidos son femeninos, mujeres y niñas con cierta picardía y aire de melancolía.

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italian artist

Daniela Giordano oil on canvas

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canadian artist

Gayane Karapetyan Acrylic

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American artist

Heather Hubbard Nature Photography

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Russian artist

Helga Balashova Photography

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american artist

Ilisa Millermoon Acrylic Ink

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Slovene artist

Ines Fugina Malnar Intuitive acrylics

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see my paintings - and art itself - as a bridge over a gap between who we think we are and who we truly are. They make us feel, go deeper, expand, distill ... they make us be.


american artist

Jennie Traill Schaeffer Oil Painting

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process of applying pigmented oil to a surface - pushing it, mixing it, turning it into the essence of something conveying meaning - becomes a playful, intellectual, and spiritual experience. I play with paint, mixing brushes and knives to create the topography of gesture. In the words of artist Wayne Thiebaud, “Manipulation of paint is key.� What emerges from this experience are not abstractions, but realist paintings featuring vintage kitchen appliances, food stuff, wedding cake portraits and aprons that are re-contextualized. I explore the relationship of the subjects as an almost religious icon, as a portrait. Everything I paint has an energy that I strive to bring to the surface through emphatic edges, vivid colors and heavily textured, gestural brush strokes.

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British/American artist

Judith Zur Oil figurative

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Zur is a selftaught portrait painter who has lived in the United Kingdom, USA and Latin America. She is a psychotherapist and anthropologist who began painting as a hobby when young and began to paint professionally after receiving commissions for portraits. While living in Guatemala as an Anthropologist, she took photos about themes of women and children, subsistence and survival and later began painting from these themes creating her first exhibition called “The Colors of Survival.� She continues painting these themes in Mexico and the United Kingdom. She paints exclusively in oil with brush work and palette knife when working with oil and cold wax.


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british artist

Laura Schlotel fused glass

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near London, I have enjoyed making things from an early age. As I grew older, I graduated from toilet tube rolls and match boxes to clay and eventually glass. I enjoy the technical challenge of working with glass and I never tire of the excitement of opening my kiln to see what I’ve created. I am lucky enough to have my studio in the garden of my home, near Shakespeare’s Stratford upon Avon, and much of my work is inspired by what I can see from my window.

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american artist

Laurie Beringer Handmade jewelry

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american artist

liesl marelli photography

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hotography is my way of capturing the beauty of the world without destroying it. While I’d love to have this beauty in my home to wake up to, I feel it’s best to go to the park and visit it in nature ... where it belongs. The photograph, however, is my way of welcoming the natural beauty into our lives and brightening up a living space.


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lou lou acrylic

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italian artist

Manuela Nicolini aqvacolor 4d

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QVACOLOR 4D is the artistic expression of Creator Intention.

It is an artistic expression developed through research, dreams and intuitions, created by the consciousness. AQVACOLOR 4D is the result of experimentation not only on materials and techniques that I use, but also on the “interior materials” such as thoughts and emotions. My work, in fact, is close to that of the alchemists that through the development of consciousness set out to act on matter. With AQVACOLOR 4D Consciousness and Art come together to create artworks that represents the physical manifestation of the principle /desire that I want to manifest and that “contains” and transmits the vibrations of the same principle /desire, whether for a health radiant, a harmonious relationship or economic wealth. In fact, I believe that each of our deep desire comes from the Universe or Supreme Consciousness that wishes to manifest through us.

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italian artist

marisa gabetta watercolor

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pakistani artist

marriam bakht oil painting

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puerto rican artist

mary tere perez acrylic

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Mi nombre es Mary Tere Pérez, artista plástica de Puerto Rico. Mi propuesta artística es una de luminosidad, alegría, movimiento y color. Pinto y dibujo lo que más amo en la vida, lo que considero más importante, lo que busco y necesito. La rica cultura de mi país, los colores caribeños, la maternidad, la niñez, el amor filial y los sentimientos y momentos simples y cotidianos me inspiran a pintar. También simplemente amo la belleza en las cosas. Las formas geométricas, los colores vibrantes, las líneas y los trazos negros que unifican una composición son fascinantes para mí. En base a esto creo un mundo para mí y para el espectador en cada pintura.

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german artist

michelle hold abstract gestural painting

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is an exploration of the abstract, like dance gestures and the vibrations of color. Light, movement, nature and new spirituality with scientific grounding are essential to my work and I am fascinated by the insight into the emerging concepts of science and new thoughts about our existence which start to create a different sense of awareness. My best work seems to come out when I succeed to stay in a place of ‘no-time, nospace, no-body’ helped by yoga and meditation. My themes are nature bound like my cycle on water, silence, light, earth. Since color is light, it is my first choice when I start my painting to connect instantly with the viewer. My knowledge about color comes from my experience in textile design and the world of fashion, knowing that a small alteration of color tone can change the whole mood of a collection. My approach to painting is very energetic, a sort of dance, an impulse, an expression of joy and while painting I forget everything around me. I believe that this is ultimately the energy you read in a painting, the force or, on the contrary, the softness of the brushstroke that captures the viewers attention. My background of studying architecture made me also a constructor. Layer by layer the painting grows, refining what you can barely see, accentuating, canceling, for in the end, I want the viewer to feel intrigued by what they see without necessarily understanding it. I like the element of mystery, because that’s what life is, mysterious. So I play a lot with transparency. I have a fascination for things I do not completely apprehend, which are disguises. And that’s exactly why I paint abstract. Like Gorky said, “Abstraction allows men to see with his mind what he cannot physically see with his eyes.” I like to pull the viewer into the canvas, to re-interrupt his daily routine, to lead him to see the beauty of this world and transmit energy and well being through color and gesture. In my work I am filtering what interests me, so the paintings become a reflection of reality, my thoughts and hopes distilled through my experiences in life, into abstraction.

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saudi arabian artist

nismah shargawi digital art

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american artist

noshaba bakht oils and mixed media

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argentinian artist

sara diciero painting

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una amplia trayectoria iniciada en Computación Científica, Diciero logra convertirse en una destacada y multifacética Artista Plástica que refleja sus sueños desde Buenos Aires, a través de la pintura, el dibujo y el arte digital. Intervino en más de 450 muestras en Museos, Galerías, Centros Culturales, Ferias y Bienales tanto argentinas como internacionales. Realizó 33 muestras individuales en Argentina; participó en certámenes nacionales, municipales y privados donde obtuvo 49 premiaciones; fue convocada como jurado en concursos de pintura. En el exterior, expuso en Cuba, Bienal de La Habana, en México, Puerto Rico Feria Arwy, Brasil, Chile, Uruguay, Alemania, Austria, Bélgica, España, Francia, Italia, India y Rumania, etc. En Dinamarca participó de la Bandera “Amor y Paz”, en Turquía en el mural “Horrores de la guerra”. Fue representada por 8th Elephant Contemporary Art Gallery, New York, USA, durante 2006 y 2007. En 2000 irrumpe en el Arte con sus cajas lumínicas donde cada frente es una lámina de resina o acrílico y la luz llega de atrás; estas backlights son presentadas en conjunto como Instalaciones obteniendo un efecto visual impactante. A partir del 2012 desarrolla Arte Digital. Ilustró libros de autoras chilena (2013) y mexicana (2005 y 2014). Su obra figura en numerosas publicaciones argentinas y foráneas: diarios, revistas, libros, Cds y sitios de Internet. Alumnos de preescolar, primaria, secundaria y terciaria han realizado trabajos basados en su arte, inclusive universitarios de Costa Rica y Colombia. Parte de su obra fue adquirida por Instituciones del país y del extranjero, y coleccionistas privados de Argentina, Alemania, Brasil, Croacia, Chile, España, Italia, México, Perú, Puerto Rico y USA. La obra de Sara Diciero se ubica dentro del Expresionismo Abstracto con tendencia hacia la Naturaleza, generando intensas emociones. Trabaja el óleo diluido con texturas visuales de propia inventiva que vuelca en la tela en cada nueva propuesta realzando la obra; con intenso colorido transmite energía y pasión invitando a viajar con la imaginación por lugares soñados. En varias obras, se puede sumergir en un mundo submarino virtual.

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indian artist

spandana nakka oil on canvas

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jamaican artist

susan christie acrylic and charcoal


cuban artist

tatiana flores watercolor

Tatiana

Flores es una artista plástica cubana autodidacta, reside actualmente en santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana. Tambien ha realizado cursos de Ilustración Científica. Se graduó del Instituto Superior de Arte de Cuba en Actuación, lo que le da ese toque expresivo y dramático a sus pinturas, sus mujeres son como personajes capturados en un instante en colores brillantes. Su medio de expresión favorito es la acuarela porque le gusta la espontaneidad, los accidentes y ese fluir mágico de los pigmentos en el agua que es difícil de controlar. Dice la artista: “Me encanta trabajar con el agua además porque es nuestra nuestra principal fuente de vida, que es conductor de emociones, vibraciones, sentimientos”. Sus figuras y rostros de mujeres están expuestas a la libertad, a la magia de la femineidad, su fuerza ante la vida, con sus cabellos sueltos rizos o lisos, sin ataduras, batidos por el viento en busca de la mayor autenticidad de Ser, emancipadas de los prejuicios sociales, cánones de belleza, razas y estilos.

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russian-american artist

Tatiana Kiselyova visionary painting

My art

is my humble and most reverent contribution to honoring the great mystery that moves in all things and, as it passes through me, calls me to create. There is no way that I could ever convey the heartbreaking beauty of the outer and inner worlds that penetrate my senses, the unutterable preciousness of life. There is no way that I would ever stop trying. Springing from the deep kinship with all things alive, my art is part of my Earth-honoring and healing work, guided by human and animal teachers and traditional entheogenic master plants. I aspire to bring into a visual expression the song of the mystical realms of nature, soul, and spirit, and convey their transformative power to my fellow humans as best I can. I hope to stir the living echo of what we know in the depth of our being as true and sacred about ourselves and the world that we are part of. The treasures I bring from my encounters in visionary realms are from the portals to healing and liberation, balanced with rootedness in Mother Earth and honoring our ancient ancestral connection to all life forms on this planet. Awakening to the brilliance of the divine play that we are all actors in brings us the power and the freedom to cherish every passing moment, every brief blossom of precious life that we are so privileged to be enmeshed in. I believe that now is the time to reconnect with ourselves and the web of creation that nurtures us, and my paintings are an offering, the giving back from the spark that made me alive, aware, and grateful for the immeasurable gift of life.

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russian artist

tatiana rusanova glass painting

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american artist

therese misner figurative abstract

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AR Heather Hubbard Nature Photography New Jersey, USA [web] 2-heather-hubbard.pixels.com

Agata Lindquist Acrylic and Mixed Media South Carolina, USA [web] agata-lindquist.pixels.com

Helga Balashova Photography Krasnoyarsk, Russia [fb] helgaphotos

Andrea Mendes Ribeiro Mixed Media Belo Horizonte, Brazil [twitter] @AndreaMeRibeiro

Ilisa Millermoon Acrylic Ink North Carolina, USA [web] ilisamillermoon.com

Beverly Everson Digital Art Alabama, USA [web] eversonphotography.com

Ines Fugina Malnar Intuitive Acrylics Ljubljana, Slovenia [web] inesfugina.artspan.com

Britta Glodde Mixed Media North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany [web] britta-glodde.de

Jennie Traill Schaeffer Oil Painting New Jersey, USA [web] traillworks.com

Carolina Bertsch Oil and Acrylic Paintings Amazonas, Brazil [fb] Arte-Mandala-tepui

Judith Zur Oil Figurative Oxfordshire, United Kingdom [web] fineartamerica.com/profiles/ judith-zur.html

Christie Brunet Acrylic, Ink Quebec, Canada [web] christiebrunet.com

Colleen Quinn Pastel/Charcoal County Leitrim, Ireland [fb] ColleenQuinnhalfdoorstudio Cynthia Ferrer Watercolor, Tempera Buenos Aires, Argentina [fb] CynthiaFerrerilustradora

Daniela Giordano Oil on Canvas Sicily, Italy [web] fineartamerica.com/profiles/danielagiordano.html Gayane Karapetyan Acrylic Ontario, Canada [web] gayaartstudio.me

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Afsaneh Taebi Painting Istanbul, Turkey [web] afsanehtaebi.com

Kovács Anna Brigitta Watercolor Kajárpéc, Hungary [web] artfinder.com/kab-art

Laura Schlotel Fused Glass Warwickshire, United Kingdom [web] cornerwaysfusedglass.co.uk Laurie Beringer Handmade Jewelry Ohio, USA [etsy] NorthCoastCottage

Liesl Marelli Photography Florida, USA [web] saatchiart.com/LBMarelli Lou Lou Acrylic Minnesota, USA [web] Loulure.com


RT Manuela Nicolini AQVACOLOR 4D Ghedi, Italy [web] manuelanicolini.eu

Tatiana Flores Watercolor Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [fb] tatistart

Marisa Gabetta Watercolor Como, Italy [web] worldofmaga.info

Tatiana Kiselyova Visionary Painting Georgia, USA [fb] TatianaKiselyovaArt

Marriam Bakht Oil Painting Punjab, Pakistan [web] fineartamerica.com/profiles/ marriam-bakhtr.html

Tatiana Rusanova Glass Painting California, USA [etsy] CozyHome1

Nismah Shargawi Digital Art Makkah (Mecca), Saudi Arabia [web] fineartamerica.com/profiles/ nismah-shargawi.html Noshaba Bakht Oils and Mixed Media Missouri, USA [web] noshiahmad.com [etsy] noshababakht

Sara Diciero Painting Buenos Aires, Argentina [web] saradiciero.blogspot.com Spandana Nakka Oil on Canvas California, USA [web] spndn.com

Susan Christie Acrylic and Charcoal St. Catherine, Jamaica [web] fineartamerica.com/profiles/ susan-christie.html

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Women in Art 278 magazine welcomes female artists from across the globe and varying art genres. To learn more about featuring your artwork visit us online at www.ART278.org or on Facebook at facebook.com/ART278.org

publication dates January 1 April 1 July 1 October 1

All magazine issues are published online and are available as printed editions as well.

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Michelle Hold Abstract Gestural Painting Piemonte, Italy [web] michellehold.com

Therese Misner Figurative Abstract Oregon, USA [web] theresemisner.com [fb] theresemisnerart

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