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Sofia Rainio-Eskelinen

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  The works of art of Sofia Rainio-Eskelinen express feelings and describe a world of memories,  conveying only positive emotions. The artist believes that her work promotes positivity, therefore helping the world to become a better place. Sofia has found … Continue reading

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Teresa Deborah Ryle

Rider's Meeting

Deborah has drawn since childhood and at age 15 did her first oil painting of her grandfather.  Mainly self taught Deborah likes a variety of subjects and is particularly fond of and is influenced by Classical Art and Art from … Continue reading

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Carol Rowling

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I live in Perth Western Australia and my work is based on aerial landscape. My inspiration evolves from marks and contours made over the centuries by the elements. My abstract approach to the exploration of texture and paint has developed … Continue reading

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Caroline Rothwell

Rothwell

Process and concept are united in Caroline Rothwell’s work which ranges across two and three-dimensions. Often using unique fabrication methods, Rothwell examine how ideologies have shaped our contemporary world. Metal is cast into fabric moulds; PVC is hand-cut into sculptural wall drawings; … Continue reading

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Baerbel Ricklefs-Bahr

Conclusion,100x100cmCement,bitumen,acrylicCollage. 2013

Emotions, spontaneity, generosity… Baerbel Ricklefs-Bahr is a painter who deliberately takes risks in her art. She does not plan in advance, but instead relies on spontaneity. This artist requires a certain amount of freedom, generosity, and limitlessness to reach her … Continue reading

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Sterling Ruby

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Sterling Ruby (b. 1972) lives and works in Los Angeles. He holds a BFA from The Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena CA. Sterling Ruby makes richly glazed biomorphic ceramics, large-scale … Continue reading

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Anders Ruhwald

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Anders Ruhwald (born 1974, Denmark) lives and works at Cranbrook Academy of Art, MI, USA. He graduated from the Royal College of Art, UK in 2005 and has had more than 15 international solo shows including The Design Museum, Denmark … Continue reading

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Kirstine Roepstorff

Space Behind Time

I use the making of collages as a means to question and understand my surrounding world and it’s mechanisms. Collage is about the interrelation of things and beings, which means it is about what is in-between. When I started out … Continue reading

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Kilian Rüthemann

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“Kilian Rüthemann makes sculptures using simple substances such as salt, sugar, bitumen or cement, interacting these with the fabric of the building that support them — the walls and floor of a gallery, its steps, windows and lighting, for instance … Continue reading

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Ariana Page Russell

Sail

Ariana Page Russell creates images that explore the skin as a document of human experience, using her own hypersensitive flesh to illustrate the ways we expose, express, adorn and articulate ourselves.  She has exhibited internationally and currently resides in Brooklyn, … Continue reading

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Dagmar Rauwald

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Demonstrating social commitment and visualized profoundness are qualities of Dagmar’s paintings.,,Openness, transparency, glaze, gravity and physicality are placed in Rauwald’s paintings in a contrasting way. www.dagmarrauwald.de

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Matthew Ritchie

Matthew Ritchie, The Four Forces (The Heavy Force), 2008
Oil and marker on linen, 223.5 x 195.5 cm (88 x 77 in)
Image © Matthew Ritchie, Courtesy c/o – Gerhardsen Gerner, Berlin

Matthew Ritchie is an artist who thinks like a physicist. You’re just as likely to get him talking about quantum mechanics as, say, Jackson Pollock, an artist with whom he is sometimes compared. The conversation is infinitely more complex when … Continue reading

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