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Eva Westman Linné

Unexpected meeting, Eva Westman Linné

My commitment in visual arts gives my life a purpose. I am driven by curiosity and excitement in the meeting with the artwork. I also want to inspire and engage people with my art. I think the painting “Unexpected Meeting” … Continue reading

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Patte Loper

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Patte Loper is a painter living in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been seen in recent solo exhibitions at Lyons Weir Gallery in New York, Massimo Carasi Gallery in Milan, Platform Gallery in Seattle, and Judi Rotenberg Gallery in Boston. … Continue reading

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Jason Lazarus

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By employing subjective re-envisioning of shared cultural moments, I aim to capture the moments and spaces in which our political, cultural, and historical landscape reveals itself from the personal to the public. My artistic strategies include traditional photography and photograms, … Continue reading

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Hayley Lock

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Derived from snippets of overheard conversation and appropriated images Hayley Lock weaves new narratives of history and myth through a complicated and sometimes mysterious tale of mystery, heartache, lust and delusional thinking. Pseudo sexual characters adorn behavioural oddments through a … Continue reading

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Gunilla Larsén

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“Like in a fairytail, there are pictures which once upon a time were living in the childhoods world. Dream and reality were not seperated, sometimes close and and real, then gone and fabulous. Play and fantasy play on the illusion … Continue reading

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Louis Le Brocquy

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Born in Dublin in 1916, Louis Le Brocquy is considered one of Ireland’s foremost painters both nationally and internationally. In 1943 he became a founding member of the Irish Exhibition of Living Art in Dublin. He represented Ireland at the … Continue reading

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Marianne Liegl

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Marianne Liegl’s painting can not be attributed to any of the customary styles. She has her own technique of combining various paint media for enhanced effect that creates a unique language including elements of various genres from painting to graphic. … Continue reading

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Robert Le Biez

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A dexterous sculpture and colorist, Robert LeBiez invites viewers to rejoice with him in his contemplative and poignant rendition of the human body in its bare state. Le Biez is indeed light and humorous. He utilizes wood in his sometimes … Continue reading

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Matthew Lauretti

Matthew Lauretti

Lauretti’s work juxtaposes materials to reveal tensions–between the natural and the man-made, the city and suburbia, class and culture–creating a record of our desires, obsessions, and excesses. Twentieth-century art movements such as Assemblage, Surrealism, and Arte Povera are revisited and … Continue reading

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