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“It is like a poet or a composer in music to create a work from imagination. An abstract painter is a painter who has the skill to create a visual presence from nothingness.” – Ai-Wen Wu Kratz
The German painter weaves powerful narratives where literature, mythology, and symbolism intertwine.
“I believe in the power of art to help people tap into a universal consciousness of the common joys and fears we all share. Putting paint onto the canvas is a peaceful way to make order out of chaos, joy out of struggle, and to share the beautiful that is always found next to the challenging.”
“Art remains as a strong contender of how we share our thoughts and ideas. It has the possibility of changing one’s mind, creating other feelings and expanding into new concepts. Just one new idea can change a person’s perception and life.” –Katja van den Bogaert
Marliese Scheller’s captivating art defies easy categorization, as she delves into diverse techniques, cultures, and inspirations. From ancient influences to modern experimentation, her works reflect a lifetime of experiences and a profound exploration of the human experience.
Deeply intertwined with the subjects themselves, Tresso’s meticulous process of photography and painting offers a unique impression of the subject, their likeness imbued with the truths discovered during their partnership.
Through his extemporaneous approach to photography, Valentin Groell captures the mystique of everyday life in urban areas across the globe.
Jerry Atkins’ perception of the mind, in combination with his thoughts about original sin and human nature, translates into an oeuvre that portrays mankind’s never-ending struggle
Gordon Massman’s art is inspired by Abstract Expressionism, confessional poetry, and Beat Generation literature; all movements rooted in real-life experiences
Through her unique application of textured acrylics, spray paints, and gold leaf, Belle Roth inspires viewers to reflect on their own collective capabilities and to pursue a better world.
The aerial photographs of Steven Manolakis record remote landscapes and capture compositional moments of seamless ethereal abstractions
Embracing color, gesture, and line, the multimedia artist employs an assortment of materials, including oil, acrylic, pastel, charcoal, and photography to create emotional landscapes.
Thomas von Palubitzki’s signature flatworks hover somewhere in between a wall relief and a painting, adding visual intrigue for the viewer.
Undoubtedly, Simone Schwarz mines her psychic space to generate soulful paintings that deliver healing auras and thought-forms in astral colors.
Sahar Khalkhalian forges large-scale, gestural paintings that seethe with raw emotion, carrying out a collective voice about themes of displacement, loss of humanity, and trauma.