Category - Paintings

A sea of emotion: The paintings of Anna Vodka

Art should not be obvious. A viewer should not at first glance understand an idea and consider a definite piece of art as something simply readable. It is strongly important that a viewer standing opposite my artwork feels a necessity to reflect. It is crucial to create a desire to stop the moment, to think over, try to understand and probably to...

The plastic metaphors of Valentina Baicuianu

Many of my works are personal experiences and emotions translated into a plastic metaphor that invites its viewers to do, in turn, the decoding exercise. My focus is on the entire everyday life spectrum, my overall influence come from life itself, people and my emotions. ~Valentina Baicuianu

CULTURAL ANIMALISM by Dushan Pejchev

In the network of cultural mobilization, systematization, modeling of the human reality and creating a cocoon of the cultural dogma, in an obscure dimension abides the atavistic human dimension. Along with treating the culture as a fetish and the human rational nature, the fact that the man is an animal creature can not be neglected. ~Dushan...

Shifting views with Bettina Schopphoff

Hello, my name is Bettina Schopphoff, I am a French painter and artist. I exhibited my paintings several years over Europe and the USA (Red Dot in Miami, Art Basel, 3F Brussels). If you want to know more about my work, do not hesitate to visit my website or Instagram.  

The partial revelations of Auda Mallo

I love to play with color and visual texture in my paintings. They hold the idea of creating a palimpsest – a surface whose markings have been partially erased and new markings create a dense visual history in a single work. Partial revelation and partial concealment — visual, social, emotional — is a primary concept within the...

The blinding depth of Oscar Joyo

 Oscar Joyo is from Chicago and has been involved in many art exhibitions around the area. He has also been a part of showcases outside of the city such as The Society of Illustrators student exhibition in New York, Congressional Art Exhibition and Digital Arts Showcase in South Korea.  At a young age, he was introduced to art by his mother...

Maria Tilt’s exploration of the conceptual

I’m a graduate of Fine Art from the University of Aberystwyth, with specialities in painting and book illustration; my work is currently focused on exploring the conceptual side of figurative art and portraiture. I now work as a freelance illustrator in the UK, creating original digital and traditional paintings, and collaborating with...

Steeven Salvat’s perched birds

I’m happy to share with you my new art project! This series shows birds perched on antique/vintage objects. I worked with watercolor on pastel paper before drawing millions of 0.13mm lines with Rotring and China ink. At the end, I also added a little bit of white ink for some lights. Below is a time-lapse making-of video showing the...