Tree of Life by Laura Zollar
by
10-07-2016

I have a clear affinity for trees in art, but sometimes, there are some that are more vibrant than I expect. Laura Zollar’s “Tree of Life” is one example. This tree glimmers with life and joy. Viewers are given to view the sky, the leaves and the roots, all depicted as charming and beautiful parts …
Dreamscape No 0401 by Milly Martionou
by
26-06-2016

The art of Milly Martionou makes me smile, not just because her art is bristling with optimistic paroxysms of delight, but also, on a far more simple level, because the name of her artistic style tickles my proverbial funny bone. Just days ago I finished an article about Rachael Bingaman’s style of art, Abstract Realism, …
Soulmate, watercolour by Stephanie Noblet
by
24-06-2016

One need not survey a large selection of Stephanie Noblet’s art in order to see that she lives up to her name, “Noblet” or “Noble.” While it may be argued that her work pushes the line between art and what some may see as sexually evocative, still, it is clear that she keeps that line …
Thriving, No. 3, oil painting by Rachel Bingaman
by
22-06-2016

Rachel Bingaman is not only a highly prolific artist, most commonly painting trees and sylvan landscapes, but her work is also surprisingly diverse in a breadth of topics and subjects for a painter who refers to her art as abstract realism, a term that seems to be extraordinarily confining. And yet, Bingaman has found ways …
Promnesia close-up by Milly Martionou
by
15-06-2016

Milly Martionou exhibition”Promnesia” 1-7 July Spyral Art Gallery Μykonos & 8-14 July 2016 Mykonos Blu Hotel Psarou Μykonos This summer Milly Martionou the international Greek visual artist of «phantasy and colours» presents to the audience two new series of paintings entitled ”Elements” and ”Promnesia”. At first, the paintings will be exhibited from 1-7 July 2016 …
Tapography by Barbi Leifert
by
13-06-2016

Complexity is only the multiplicity of simplicity –Peter Milyneux Barbi Leifert is the art lover’s artist because her paintings stand at the crossroads of multiple styles of art. She classifies her art as abstract expressionism. Far be it from me to argue with an artist about his or her own art, but a Leifert painting simply doesn’t …
Abundance, 18 x 24 inch acrylic on gesso board by Anna Roberts
by
18-05-2016

To put it simply, Anna Roberts is the go-to surrealist of the 21 st century. Mind you, her art isn’t only surreal, but then, that might be all for the better, for surrealism is more difficult to understand for the average viewer, so a wise artist will create works for a broader audience as well …
Here Comes the Sun, 60 x 60 cm oil on canvas by Daria Zaseda
by
21-03-2016

Daria Zaseda is an oil painting artist who is growing and branching out with new tools and experiments as she learns and develops her artistic talents. She shares with us her story. How did you get started with art? I’ve always wanted to paint. But I wanted it in a modern way: I was thinking …
Romance is Dancing by Alain Laugier
by
16-03-2016

A resident of Nice, France, artist Alain Laugier’s typical topics for his paintings are, not surprisingly, romantic. While he does delve into the area of painting portraits with decidedly less success, his emphasis is the romantic scene. On the whole, his artistic fascination is on a scene in a wide variety of places, (the beach, …

by MVolpicelli
16-03-2016

Masterworkartistry Michael Volpicelli The Eye of Truth Drawing made from words from every major world religion, scientific point of view, and world philosophy on what is the nature of truth and reality The “Eye of Truth” evolved from one question- “What is truth? How do people see truth?” I asked myself this question, and I …