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Albert Weber

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  Weber’s paintings migrate between abstract forms, quirkly realities and serious subject matter. His world of images undergoes cyclical change, reflecting the influences of his environment and the media. His diverse scope ranges from reductive planes to systematic geometric forms … Continue reading

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Richard Weiner

Richard Weiner - Homage to Alex Katz

“Richard Weiner is an artist who strives to express his real inner self and emotions. He does not only reflects his vibrant ‘inner kid’ to the canvas (which you could see with the extensive colors of his palette) but also … Continue reading

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Sarah Walker

Everywhere.is.Always

  Sarah Walker (born in 1963, lives and works in Brooklyn, NY) is an American abstract painter. Her work functions as a tool for perceptual recalibration, one that compels the viewer to hold in mind several spaces at the same … Continue reading

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Zoë Williams

Zoe Williams

Zoë Williams was born in 1983 in New Orleans, Louisiana where she lived until Hurricane Katrina devastated the city in 2005. Her work in needle-felted wool examines the personal mythology of dreams and symbols, with particular attention to Jungian psychological … Continue reading

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Sigurd Wendland

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1969-73 Study at Kölner Werkschule, Prof. Dieter Kraemer, 1973-81 Hochschule der Künste, Berlin master class of Prof. Fred Thieler lives and works since 1982 in Berlin.1990 Atelier in Amsterdam, 1991 Atelier in Potsdam 1992 Atelier in Köln, 1998 Atelier in … Continue reading

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Charlotte Widmark

How_Mother_got_Her_Name

  I want my art to make people happy and inspire to positive thinking. Mostly I paint in acrylic, with a lot of colour and patterns. But I also make detailed drawings, or sometimes mixtures of both. I paint what … Continue reading

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Moonching Wu

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A certain Chinese tradition calls for semi-precious stones and minerals to be submerged in water for an indefinite period of time. Upon retrieval, the hard mass appears softened. Moreover, water leaves peculiar markings which resemble inner organs or blood vessels;indelible … Continue reading

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Barbara Pałka-Winek

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The foundation of my work has always been emotion. That emotions builds form, composition and climate within the picture. This work explore the concept of my internal self (entrails). My favorite color is red. Red stands as a metaphor for … Continue reading

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Leo Wijnhoven

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Green art.No separate palette used, but put it directly on the canvas ; and (at the end of the day) I cleaned my brushes on the canvas (“green-art”,”eco-art”). Recycling ; resources(palette)-product(image)-wasteproducts(cleaning the brushes). Relation abstraction(palette+cleaning brushes) and realisme(image) ; hereby … Continue reading

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