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CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS Alison Stevenson: Oil Painting Anda Gheorghiu: Oil, Acrylics

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Anita Kuttappan: Graphite Pencil Anna Bliokh: Macro Photography

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Aurora Campbell: Illustration Carol Parker: Digital Photography Claudia Goodell: Oil on Canvas Elena Belyaeva: Markers, Acrylic, Watercolors

Elisa Parrino: Film Photography Eman Elmahdy: Mixed Media fanny diaz: Oil Painting June Walker: Wax Crayon Katerina Kirilova: Watercolor, Ink LIESL MARELLI: Photography Liora Karmon: Ceramics Marianne Hornbuckle: Abstract Painting Medea Ioseliani: Acrylic Paintings Michele Koutris: Digital Art Monica Wiesblott: Photography Monique Hierck: Surrealism nicole wilson: Digital Illustration PRIYANKA TIPPA: Acrylic Painting rose generazio: Photography Tais Karelina: Mixed Media Virginia Coleman: Acrylic, Mixed Media

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In this issue, one artist’s work was censored because it depicts women’s nude breasts. I understand that not everyone is comfortable with nudity and so we opted for censorship. In fact, the magazine once published a beautiful abstract piece that depicted a nude woman’s figure and were surprised how many people reached out to voice their discomfort. Who voiced concern? Women. No men - just women. So what is it about the female body that makes it political, uncomfortable, and unfamiliar to us? What I love about the magazine is that we have female artists from a variety of cultures, religions (and non-religious affiliations) whose beautiful art fills the magazine. We live under different social constructs, we apply our own societal and religious filters to how we view the world, art, our own bodies, and the bodies of others. But, it seems overwhelming that women’s bodies are policed and politicized throughout most cultures. I’m not here to change anyone’s mind about what kind of art they love or accept. Women’s breasts painted by a contemporary artist versus the nudes painted by Picasso, Degas, or Botticelli are under a different type of scrutiny, I believe. This issue features Australian artist Aurora Campbell whose nude female paintings, which

I feel are empowering and beautiful. Personally, I love the perfectly imperfect bodies she paints. Asymmetric breasts, bodies of ours that have birthed, fed children, aged, survived or currently battle cancer - It tells stories of love, time, hate, hardship, survival, loss …   Bodies tell a story and so does the art that is created and inspired by it.   Our bodies are political. Our choices are political.   But even if Aurora’s work is too sexual or crosses your line for acceptable artwork, I’d like you to think about why you feel that way. It’s worth exploring why we, as women, are among the most critical of female bodies in public and private space.   Keep creating. Keep inspiring those around you.  

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Nudity in art, or rather the nude female body in art, is a sensitive subject to broach. A man’s nude chest invokes practically no reaction but then do the same with a woman and you find yourself at a political intersection.

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Alison Stevenson Oil Painting

ABOVE Le Pont St Julien The St Julien Bridge is a beautiful Roman relic that sits in the heart of the Luberon Valley of Provence. This vibrant landscape painting recalls and pays homage to French Impressionism, but with the contemporary pop of a bright, bold colors palette. Gazing at this painting, you can almost feel the heat radiating off the sun-soaked bridge and sending aromas of thyme and rosemary into the breezy summer air. Dimensions 100 x 30 x 4 cm.

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Before the Storm

A solitary, sunlit palm tree stands tall in a courtyard against darkening skies. This painting takes me back to my days as a college student in Southern California. Used to the cool, muted greens and grays of the Pacific Northwest, I was in awe of the vibrant shadows cast by palm trees on the stark white stucco architecture. Dimensions 80 x 60 x 4 cm.

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Romanian artist

Anda Gheorghiu oil, acrylics

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Dream Of A Statue

A statue usually suggests coldness, indifference in opposition to the human nature. But here, Venus is inspired by the dream of being a living person who loves, who explores the universe and lives  between holiness and sin. Surrealism, Dimensions 80 x 70 cm.

Multiverse Portal

This artwork reflects the realm of life: celestial and terrestrial. The insightful meaning of the painting is that the whole universe is apprehended in the intricate psychology of the human being and it is a very expressive metaphor of the communication of the artist within the infinite Universe. Surrealism, Dimensions 70 x 70 cm.

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What is the matter? What is energy? How do the various constituents of the universe interact at a fundamental level? We can predict the movement of stars. Physics enables us to answer outstanding questions such as those above. Knowledge is also power: through a better understanding of these laws we can improve the way we interact with our environment. Surrealism, Dimensions 40 x 50 cm.


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Anita Kuttappan g raphite pencil

I See You Graphite Pencil on Paper, Dimensions 4.6� x 6.8�

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Israeli artist

Anna Bliokh Macro ph otog raphy

Pearl Petal Kiss Original: 4928 x 3264 pixels / 300 dpi ABOUT THE ARTIST: I am a photographer and a designer. I love to observe life in all its dimensions. My passion is capturing and sharing the beauty that is often hidden from eyes of a passer-in-a-hurry. Sometimes it hides in a tiny flower or under its curled leaf, in a fog’s mystery, or in the first ray of sunshine.

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Ashley Murphy acrylic

ABOVE Falling Ladders Created from a pool of paint that dripped off of another painting. ABOUT THE ARTIST: I create pieces of art that each viewer can see their own interpretation of. Â Watching the flood of emotion that the colors and lines brings forth in those who view my work is what drives me to keep creating and experimenting with new ideas. Sea Oddities Cover Page Art

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Aurora Campbell Illu stratio n

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Aurora Campbell is a Melbourne-based artist and illustrator. Her work focuses on the female perspective, with recurring themes of gender, sex, class and sociology. She works in various mediums, but is essentially an illustrator. This series is focused on breasts; a really beautiful but loaded body part for most women. The images are all based on selfies taken by the subject, and painted in gouache to reflect the fragility of the artwork and subject; all very personal portraits reflecting a lot of personality.

Rory 48x 210mm, Gouache on Archers 300gsm paper Phoebe 148x 210mm, Gouache on Archers 300gsm paper Carolyn 148x 210mm, Gouache on Archers 300gsm paper

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Carol Parker digital ph otog raphy

Fringing Reef #4 Wavelet Acrylic Print, Dimensions 32x48 An artistic interpretation of dawn rising over the Pacific Ocean as it meets the fringing reef surrounding a South Pacific atoll and a small wave breaks over the shallow coral. We were anchored in the lagoon, and early one morning I paddled my kayak to the reef and submerged myself into the beauty of the gentle waves lapping the reef as the sun rose on the horizon.

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ABOVE To Breathe Acrylic Print, Dimensions 32x48 One of the most momentous experiences of my life was engaging with this gentle mother humpback whale and her calf in the blue tropical waters of Tonga. I spent nearly twenty minutes eye to eye with this calm and generous whale, while her baby slept and breathed above her - we silently communicated through eye contact. RIGHT Navajo Pony After A Dust Storm Acrylic Print, Dimensions 32x48 A photography trip to Monument Valley was compromised by a dust storm that turned the sky yellow and the air full of sand. But a few days later the dust settled, the sky turned blue, and we discovered that the dunes had been swept clean into freshly rippled contours, a silver lining after all. Meanwhile I captured this image of a Navajo pony on the reservation, hair coat embedded with red desert sand and eyes squinted against the blowing grit. I like his rough presence, bold shadow and the iconic landscape on the horizon.

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Claudia Goodell Oil o n canva s

Eleven Minutes After Midnight This came from an early sketch depicting musical instruments in a room which come to life after midnight. If you look hard enough you may see many representations of the number eleven in the piece. This number has been popping up in my life for some time now, so I incorporated into this concept of the magic that occurs in this room after the clock reaches midnight; in this case 11 minutes later.

ABOUT THE ARTIST: I rediscovered my love for art after being diagnosed with ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/ chronic fatigue syndrome and Fibromyalgia in 2005. Chronic symptoms forced me to rest, unaware that a new opportunity was blooming. Inspired by the nature, music, and people, I find it meditative and healing for me to express my experiences through narrative creations. I am primarily self-taught, but have developed my art skills through years of mentorship with Ricardo Chavez Mendez.

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Deliverance The fourth piece in my recent series. This piece originated in collage form and represents my experience with art as a coping mechanism for dealing with chronic disease and physical pain. Through the creative process of art there comes a transportation of mind and body to a realm free of disease and pain, and it is a place where all things are possible. In this place I am the creator of my own universe.

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Elena Belyaeva Marke r s, Acrylic, Wate rcolo r s

ABOVE Alice in Rome Markers on Art Board Paper, All roads lead to this beautiful city.

City Walking Street Watercolor Painting Inspired by Mizner Park, Boca Raton, Florida. RIGHT

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Elisa Parrino Film Ph otog raphy ABOUT THE ARTIST: “Within 5 years, it’ll start looking like a forest, within 20 years, the skyscrapers will start coming down, and within 200 years, the place will have been fully colonized by trees,” by Alan Weisman, The World Without Us. Throughout the use of film and digital photography in City Scape, I work on the relationship between us and coexisting and sharing a habitat where often plants and nature were not included. How do we live in relationship with the green space in our urban environments? What’s the role that nature plays in our cities? I’m interested in exploring, not parks which are designed by us, and where we give to nature a specific work, but I’m looking into a tree or a plant or a flower that grows in our curbside or in between buildings and so on. How do they make space for themselves, and therefore survive in a habitat that was not designed for them? Nature is not only green life but it’s also air, which is the source of life itself, and I like to show that through reflections.

IT - L’ispirazione per questo lavoro mi è venuta leggendo l’articolo tratto dalla recensione del libro di Alan Weisman “Il Mondo senza di noi”. Nel progetto “CITY SCAPES” ho deciso di indagare sul ruolo tra la natura e l’ambiente urbano. Quello che mi interessa è esplorare il ruolo della vegetazione nelle città. Il verde, quello semi selvaggio degli alberi lungo i marciapiedi, le strade con i viali, le piante che si fanno strada sui muri e cosí via. Quanto e come un’albero, un fiore, una pianta si fanno spazio tra il cemento duro delle nostre strade? Non ho preso in considerazione i parchi che sono luoghi designati dalla società a svolgere un ruolo preciso: quello di essere polmoni verdi delle città luoghi di svago in cui abbiamo una parvenza di selvaggio e naturale che servono a riconnetterci con l’ambiente. Non solo il verde ma anche l’aria e il cielo, giocano un ruolo importante in quanto, la luce sia fonte di vita stessa, così anche loro fanno parte del mio racconto e si manifestano sotto forma di riflessi. Usando la mia macchina foto 35mm e fuji film ho deciso che la pellicola sarebbe stato il mio strumento di lavoro. Una scelta stilistica che meglio rappresenta il mood del mio progetto, dove il senso romantico e quasi perduto della pellicola, regala un’ atmosfera fiabesca alle mie immagini.

ABOVE Concavo & Convesso Film Photography LEFT Cross walking in 63 seconds Film Photography The inspiration behind this photo came while photographing in New York, I felt that the volume of people walking on the streets was almost like a herd of animals.

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Egyptian artist

Eman Elmahdy mixed m edia

BELOW break time

ABOVE pomegranate BELOW Carnation

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A m e rican Hispanic artist

fanny diaz Oil painting

TOP Beauty in Blue Color Pencil and Ink on Paper, Dimensions 5” x 7” LEFT Deep Blue Pastels on Paper, Dimensions 24” x 36” RIGHT Wild Flower Pastels and Watercolors, Dimensions 18” x 24”

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Britis h artist

June Walker wax crayo n

LEFT Beside the lake Wax Crayons

ABOVE Another meerkat sentry Wax Crayons ABOUT THE ARTIST: In a colourful style I paint people interacting with animals. Usually, my people and animals are situated in an imaginary landscape. To make a particular painting, I first search for an image of a person around whom I build the story.  The person can come from imagination, from random doodling, or from a photo reference.  Next, I choose which size paper to use.  Currently, I work in small to medium sizes for convenience, e.g., under 12 by 16 inches. After I have placed the drawing of the person on the paper,  I find an animal that suits the subject and add it to the design.  I try to match people, animal, and landscapes so that they belong together naturally. Thus, African subjects will be in a landscape that suggests Africa to me. All that remains is to decide whether to use wax crayon, acrylics, oils, or some combination of mediums. Currently, I tend to work in wax crayons (neocolor 1) because I love their intense colours and also because there is no mixing involved,  which means I can work quickly to an end result. I arrived at my current colourful style partially via an admiration of colourful works by Picasso, such as ‘Seated Woman, 1937’ and ‘Portrait of Marie Therese Walter, 1937’, and partially from my love of colour and portraying animal subjects.

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B ulgarian artist

Katerina Kirilova wate rcolo r, ink

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LEFT PAGE Autumn town Watercolor and Ink on Paper TOP Flamingo Watercolor on Paper BOTTOM Butterflies and Flowers Ink on Paper

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liesl marelli ph otog raphy

PURPLE TIDE ABOUT THE ARTIST: I began my career in photography as a photojournalist in the US Army. After a decade of service and serving during war, I changed gears completely. I have since become a mother of two beautiful daughters and live a rather peaceful life by the sea. Perhaps it’s because of my aversion to a world of hate (the news is full of toxic things), I’ve begun adapting my photography to a more tranquil feel. I manipulate my photography to maintain the movement of the sea but add an element of peace and connectedness. I am in awe of the power of the sea, the color of it and the ways in which it is used and also abused. This style of manipulated photography is designed to add tranquility to a space while still maintaining the true movement of the sea. It’s my effort to add peace, color and nature into a home, office or building.

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Israeli artist

Liora Karmon Ce ra mics

TOP THE GAS MONOPOLY Stoneware, 42 cm X 20 cm X 20 cm Inspired by the public’s struggle against the attempt of mega-companies to control the gas resources of Israel, described as the known Monopoly game laid over a domestic gas tank. The Monopoly soldiers are climbing on the tank, trying to gain control over the gas valve. CENTER Dual Loyalty Stoneware, 48 cm x 43 cm x 29 cm An impossible kettle with 2 spouts representing religious Israeli soldiers. Trust in military command gun-shaped spout & military ranks, armored body. Trust in rabbinate & jurisprudents -horn-shaped spout, Kippah shaped ranks & shawl uniforms. There is a tear which symbolizes the rupture in the Israeli society. BOTTOM THE REFUGEE PROBLEM Stoneware, 39 cm X 21 cm X 21 cm A traditional water jar which interprets the refugee problem. Refugees are coming from war and crime zones, crossing the sea, climbing on walls and knocking on doors. The jar’s cap is shaped like a bleeding tooth, symbolizing the root canal treatment or the radical change needed in our society to solve the issue. ABOUT THE ARTIST: I’m concerned with everyday issues about variety of topics like the environment, refugees’ migration between countries, violence and internal disputes in my country. I’m influenced by the media – mainly TV, radio and magazines, as well as the social networks. My works present the issues in a graphical way in order to raise the public’s awareness and promote discussion. My work process is based on assembling parts built on the throwing wheel and altering them as well as hand building parts. Finishing is made by variety of techniques.

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Marianne Hornbuckle abstract painting

ABOUT THE ARTIST: I create my abstractions to explore and express the mystery of the Universal Spirit, cosmic energy, the nature of “one.” Though the difficulty and chaos of contemporary life press on all of us constantly, I try with daily practice to be aware that beyond this world and this plane is an infinite and everlasting beauty. Connecting to that which is “bigger,” the cosmic mystery can carry us beyond the fear and turmoil. The circular forms suggest our interconnectedness and the wholeness of one. The veiled surface does not reveal all. Multiple rich under-layers of complementary colors, red and green, blue and orange,  yellow and purple, peek through to create interest and color energy, and are then partially obscured by translucent creamy colors expressing the serenity and love of the Universal Spirit. Dragging a thick transparent color over a dry underpainting creates nuances of color and subtleties that cannot happen any other way.   Working back and forth between scumbles and glazes, each layer drying rapidly, and suggesting the next application, I work freely and intuitively, and somehow the meaning comes in unconsciously. Texture and translucency are combined as only can be done with acrylic paint. This work results from a long-lived art-life tolerance and acceptance of many different being-ways, and   the natural evolution toward age and death. It seeks to inspire respect and awe of the grand design, to provoke thought and alter mood through contemplation and reverence. It expresses gratitude for the “cosmic intervention,” which has guided us to live our lives with purpose, whether seeded by a childhood dream or later development of interests and skills unthought of. My ultimate goal is making something of beauty.  I hope my audience can gain their own peace and understanding on viewing my work.            

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Annica (Impermanence) Abstract Acrylic on Board Dimensions 24x24 My long-time interest in Eastern philosophy, particularly Buddhism, often comes out in certain work.  This is my abstract vision of the condition of impermanence, one of Buddhism’s three marks of existence.  This painting seems particularly expressive of the concept. 


Nebulae Abstract Acrylic Painting on Board Dimensions 24x24 Beginning life as 1 of 4 paintings called “Suite of Seasons,” the painting was an almost solid but textural cool red.  A glaze of blue transformed that layer into the underlying maroon.  The rest of the process was as mysterious to me as the Crab Nebulae I saw through a telescope last fall.    

Universal Spirit Abstract Acrylic on Canvas with Faux Encaustic Finish Dimensions 30x40 Universal Spirit expresses my world view and things I’m working on. The overlapping circles are our connection to one another, and to the cosmic spirit as the lessons and gifts come and go. Underpinning it all is the energy of the spirit, with the exchange of giving and receiving. Our work is to trust that the Universal Spirit and human spirit will work for the good, as we learn what we need to learn on this plane. 

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G e o r gian artist

Medea Ioseliani Acrylic paintings

TOP LEFT FROG IN THE RAINY POND lower left GLASSES IN BLUE

top right beaUTIFUL GIANTS lower right GLASSES AND LEMONS PARTY

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A MERICAN artist

Monica Wiesblott Ph otog raphy

RIGHT Bodie #9 Photography Dimensions 12x18 LEFT Nurtured In Solitude Photography Dimensions 12x18

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A m e rican artist

Michele Koutris Digital Art painted o n ipad

LEFT Japanese Cherry Blossoms RIGHT Tiffany Rose

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Lavender Hydrangeas

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Butterfly Magnolias

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Red Emperor Tulips

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Monique Hierck Su rr ealism

Beautiful Soul The inspiration for this piece was my love for cats and a quote by C.S. Lewis, “If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world!�

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Nicole Wilson Digital Illu stratio n

Down by the Shore

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the train station ABOUT THE ARTIST: Nicole Wilson is an artist, illustrator, and art director from New York City. Since beginning her professional career in 2003, Nicole Wilson has worked to capture and intrigue the art community with her colorful and imaginative work as a painter and illustrator. Nicole studied at The Arts Student League of New York and Parsons School of Design, along with independent study with portrait painter Matt Held. She gathers much of her inspiration from people, bold color and dramatic lines, pop culture, as well as her upbringing in New York City. Her work embodies her own life experiences and influences, which in turn, has led to frequent exhibitions with popular NYC and Brooklyn galleries and clients around the world.

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indian artist

Priyanka Tippa Acrylic paintings

ABOVE The blossom tree

TOP Colorful Autumn Leaves TOP tribal women BOTTOM Dancing Dolls

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a m e rican artist

rose generazio Ph otog raphy

The Red Woman Dimensions 22” x 24”

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r u ssian artist

Tais Karelina mixed m edia

LEFT The bird maiden Watercolor, Mixed Media on Paper, Ink. Slavic mythology. The painting depicts the goddess, a female bird, especially a favorite among the Slavic people. Dimension: 50 X 70 cm. BELOW Heavenly lady of the Land Watercolor, Mixed Media on Paper, Ink. The plot for the film became Slavic mythology. The painting depicts the goddess of the Slavs - the Moose mother. The ancient Slavs of OBAs women were associated with the goddess of all life on earth. Dimensions: 50 X 70 cm.

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Virginia Coleman acrylic, mixed m edia

ABOVE adoration - Depicts the love of a Mother & daughter or Grandmother & granddaughter. below Striped Beauty - Inspired by a love of animals and the conversations she has with them. TOP RIGHT Pieced Together - She wraps herself in a quilt stitched together with all that represents her being.

ABOVE To the Moon - In honor of the Women of color who were instrumental in the Moon mission.

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artist d Alison Stevenson Oil Painting Le Thor, France Artfinder.com/Alison-Stevenson

Elena Belyaeva Markers, Acrylic, Watercolors Florida, USA Instagram @Beauty_Elenaru_

Anda Gheorghiu Oil, Acrylics Bucharest, Romania Anda-Gheorghiu.pixels.com

Elisa Parrino Film Photography Washington D.C., USA Rensovich.smugmug.com

Anita Kuttappan Graphite Pencil Sharjah, United Arab Emirates AnikFineArt.wixsite.com/artist

Eman  Elmahdy Mixed Media Fayoum, Egypt Fineartamerica.com/profiles/ Eman-Elmahdy.html

Anna Bliokh Macro Photography Kiryat Ono, Israel Anna-Bliokh.pixels.com

Ashley Murphy Acrylic Indiana, USA Instagram @BeyondTheLineStudio

June Walker Wax Crayon West Midlands, United Kingdom June-Walker.pixels.com

Aurora Campbell Illustration Melbourne, Australia Instagram @Aurora_Campbell

Katerina Kirilova Watercolor, Ink Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria Facebook: KaterinamKirilova

Carol Parker Digital Photography Arizona, USA Cbparkerphoto.com

Liesl Marelli Photography Florida, USA GironaConsulting.us

Claudia Goodell Oil on Canvas Arizona, USA Claudia-Goodell.pixels.com

Liora Karmon Ceramics Gan Hashomron, Israel Facebook: Liora.Karmon

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directory Monica Wiesblott Photography California, USA MonicaWiesblott.com

Monique Hierck Surrealism Zuid Holland, Netherlands MyEnchantingStorybook.com Nicole Wilson Digital Illustration New York, USA Nicole-Wilson.com

Rose Generazio Photography Virginia, USA Theframedame.com

Tais Karelina Mixed Media Moscow, Russia Artkarelina.wixsite.com/Tais

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Michele Koutris Digital Art New Jersey, USA Facebook: @artbymichelek

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Medea Ioseliani Acrylic Painting Tbilisi, Georgia Fineartamerica.com/profiles/ Medea-Ioseliani.html

Virginia Coleman Acrylic, Mixed Media Virginia, USA VRColeman.com

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Marianne Hornbuckle Abstract Painting New Mexico, USA MarianneHornbuckle.com


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