Laila Terra is a visual artist graduated from São Paulo University. She has works in important collections by Brazil and the world, such as the collection of the World Bank in Washington D.C, USA and MAM – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In recent years she had participated in important national and international exhibitions, among them, […]
When I feel a strong emotion or passion from something I have experienced, I need an outlet for these feelings. Like eating when hungry, scratching an itch or sleeping when tired, I have the need to give shape and form to these feelings for others to see. My art is my diary, my record of […]
EDUCATION 2000. Graduate of the Faculty of Fine Arts – University of Belgrade. 2003. MFA Faculty of Fine Arts – University of Belgrade. SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 2019. ”SOLARIS”, Heritage Foundation of imigrants and Serbs in the region, Belgrade 2018. ”Variations in blue”, Blok Gallery New Belgrade 2016. Transfiguration, Gallery 73, Belgrade 2015. Transformation, Art center Svetozar […]
Vancouver Based Visual Artist Skai Fowler is a visual artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally since 1987. A graduate of Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver, Skai began her professional arts career in 1994 as an arts administrator with the City of Vancouver in the Office of Cultural Affairs, […]
email@example.com Born in Berlin, Various professions accompanied my life as I was constantly on the Finding new challenges and my realization was. In this order: Employee at a major bank in Berlin, then operator of its own fashion boutique also in Berlin. Independent developer in Luxembourg, a real precursor to the art, since I had […]
firstname.lastname@example.org Dual citizenship: Bulgaria, France Based in Paris, France 1991 – High school diploma from the D. Dobrovitch School of Decorative Arts, Sliven, Bulgaria 1994 – present: participant in the “Les Fourmis” art group 1997 – Master of Arts degree from the Academy of Fine Arts, Department of Decorative Arts (with a specialty in textiles […]
In order not to limit the authenticity and drama of the works, the paintings of informel artists do not yield to any compositional disciplines. They are focused on conveying emotions. Informel or informel art (shapeless art) is a style of abstract painting characterized by striving for free expression through the use of colorful areas, lines […]
And so, after returning to Brisbane, she studied painting and theory of music. She surfs often on the beach of Noosa, where she learned not only how to manage the board, but how to be inspired by the music of waves.
Vidal creates colorful patches, lines and patterns, lets the drama dominate his work by using color as a strong element. He describes his paintings as: Sensual Ethereal Metaphysical Amorphous Fleeting Personal Variables.
Ana studied first humanities. Art, literature. She worked for many years as an English second language teacher. She got attracted to geometric abstraction by frequenting a circle of friends. Abstract painters. She began drawing, experimenting herself and finally studied painting. She says, she rediscovered herself, her alter ego.