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PLACES IN THE WORLD
Exhibition curator Adi lasri
"Life is colorful" I have titled one of my pictures, and my life is also colorful. The hours I spend in my studio I feel as a gift from heaven.
Colorful is my favorite color, in which I change my soul state
reflects. For me, painting is the soul's wandering through the world of my feelings, the feeling for colors, which, depending on the constitution, I tend to choose unconsciously. At the same time my love for experimentation is by no means in the way. With great curiosity, I observe the creation of a work, be it on paper, wood, canvas, metal or glass.
The secret of my work is not to force anything, but to let it arise. My hands are the tool of my soul.
Since the colors speak to me, I always make the right choice. When the time comes to finally sign a work, an inner voice tells me. This can sometimes be relatively fast, but can take months. Sometimes I spontaneously stop painting when I see in eyes that can not come from me.
Anyone who deals with my pictures has the opportunity to send his imagination on a hike. He will always discover something new.
VIEW INTO THE FUTURE
ACRYLIC ON WOOD (BEECH)
Looking to the future, living in the present and learning from the past ..... Sometimes this succeeds, but not necessarily always.
My "view into the future" also has influences from the past..
Most of all, the heart shape astonished me, because I did not consciously paint it. Only then did the two faces look at me. A young girl and an elderly woman. This is once again a picture that holds many secrets.
FLOWER OF FOAM
ACRYLIC ON PAINTING BOARD WITH LINEN
Here it is the lightness that characterizes the flower. It reminded me of sea foam.
ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
I believe in rebirth and karma. Everything that we do here and now has consequences for the next life. Sometimes life has put stumbling blocks on our path. Seductions from all sides. But we all have our angels around us too. Now it is up to us whether we allow ourselves to be seduced, or at least take the helping hand of our angels and allow us to be guided. Such a soul staircase is not easy to commit and the way is far.
ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
Here I was very surprised when I saw the result. My interpretation is a surreal landscape created by 2 helpers. The rich green colors were highlighted by the metallic effect.
Rosita Larsson Swedish autodidact Internationel artist born in 1956 mother of four, grandmother of five.
Always created in some form, began exhibiting intermittently for over 35 years agoe
but on the side in a small scale ….She needed to support her large family and worked with other professions for livelihood
Due to chronic illness, it has sometimes stalled with exhibits Rosita exhibited World wide for exampel in USA,UK ,Italy,Brazil Bulgaria France Australia
Mainly she don't set out to produce art about one subject or another.
To say iti s magical, almost like it is coming from the pen/the brush but it is from the soul !
From the beginning the process has struck her as magical.
Inviting the viewer to move into a space of speculation. relies on our desires for beauty, poetics and seduction.Her Inkdrawings of birds,landscapes flowers and other subjects are notable for their linear graceas well as
their imaginative qualites she combines elements of Art Deco,psychedelia,and surrealism in a unique manner.
See something cool or beautiful in almost everything. and in photography a soft spot for double POV / points of view, even in the titles. Reflections in windows and water (not in photoshop) Abstracts, Macro flowers, shapes colors, play with light .....everything in a mix Inspired by all the beauty of life, with a splash of melancholy
She like art in Charity's characters . Trying to participate and use the art in different charetys. (books,art for Charity etc)
UP ON THE HILLS OF PARGA
Shulamith (SHULY ) Haimsohn - Weiner , received her Barchelor and Master degree from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
She studied drawing and painting at the Bezalel school of Art , in external courses and continued her studies in art classes with some
of the best artists in Jerusalem.
Most of her paintings are oil on canvas done with a pallet knife.
Some are mixed technique.
Shuly Haimsohn- Weiner , has had solo and group exhibitions in all big cities in Israel : Jerusalem, Haifa ,Raanana, Tiberias Yaffo Tel Aviv
She has also participated in many group exhibitions in Paris, Rome ,London Berlin, Wiena , Beigin , New York
She is a member of the Association of Plastic Artists in Israel.
My paintings represent mainly figures of children, women and working people in various places of the world
Expressions ,situations ,weaknesses and their struggle to break
through are dear to my heart and inspiring me. I try to portray moments between people and their surrounding moments of hope, longing and emotion.
"On the streets of Bombay"
OIL ON CANVAS
OIL ON CANVAS
"The forest near Jerusalem"
OIL ON CANVAS
"Vietnam- near the river"
OIL ON CANVAS
Born in Tel-Aviv 1958
Lives in Tel-Aviv
2017-on Etching workshop
2011-17 painting workshop with Motti Penn
1992-94 THe Israeli Colledge for Alternative medicine-Energetic healing'shiatzu
1992 and on Ä Cource In Miracles
1984-86 M.A in Expresive Arts Therapy Boston
1982-85 College of the art Ramat Hasharon
2015- Givataim Theatre
2018 - Abram's Hostel Tel-Aviv
2012-Central station Tv
OIL ON CANVAS 100x70
OIL ON CANVAS 150x100
FLOATS IN WATER
OIL ON CANVAS 150x60
OIL ON CANVAS 150x60
JAMES THOMAS RICHARDSON
Newcastle born and bred, Bykers own artist son.
James’ passion for art first surfaced at a young age where he would often draw on the streets of his home town in Byker, Newcastle Upon Tyne. One of James’ earliest memories of his art was a piece drawn on the underside of his family kitchen table depicting spitfires and other era related works. Little did James know, at this age, that his passion ran through his veins and he may have inherited it from generations before his time. Thomas Miles Richardson, Royal Academy Artist, is an ancestor of James. Thomas Miles, and his son Thomas Miles Junior, were great artists in their time. With works shown by the Royal Academy and purchased and exhibited by local galleries. The Richardson’s themselves come from a long line of artists, some of which have been extremely successful in their time and exhibited a great number of pieces.
James left school in 1955 and began to study life drawing, design and art for reproduction at the college of art and industrial design, this was a 3 year course that James had to sadly give up when his mother passed. He took up work and neglected painting for over 15 years. By chance, all these years later, James was contacted by the queens artist Petro Annigoni. They became great friends and he agreed to mentor James to rekindle his love for art. James continued working as a BT Telephone Engineer. He was commissioned to paint the telephone manager P.I Docherty and from this followed yet another commission to paint the Pipe Major Peter Lambert B.E.M. James was in hospital receiving surgery at the time of the paintings presentation, it was presented by H.R.H Princess Margret at Blagdon Hall in 1987. The operation forced an early retirement, meaning James had time to begin painting again. Following this James was asked to pain the Lord Major of Newcastle Upon Tyne Arthur C Cook, this commission hangs in the mansion house in Jesmond.
Alongside art, James’ other passion was showing dogs. He bred and showed his own Shetland Sheep Dogs in local contests, and even crufts, for a number of years. From the back of this James began painting pet portraits and became well known amongst breeders and fellow dog lovers alike. James has pet commissions in a number of countries including Australia, Netherlands, France, Portugal and the USA. His Hans Cavalier Dog was shown on the side of a building in Times Sq. New York, USA. James has since received the Hamilton Ford Award of Excellence, the Golden Brush Award and many other online awards for excellence in the artistic industry.
The almost blind painter, Thomas Dieckmann, artist name “Der Dieckmann”, residing in Rees, Germany, was born in Juliy 1960 in West Harz, Germany, and grew up in Cologne. He worked as a civil servant at the City of Cologne.
In 1997, he was retired early due to a servere retinal disease. Now his lifelong passion, painting, has become a challenge.
With only abaout 3% eyesight and very powerful magnifying glasses je achieved with a distance of about 3-6 cm to the screen a 2 cm wide field of view, the pictures as a whole is not recognizable for him.
Since 2010, he participated in many exhibitions and events, with great response, most recently in September this year at the 2nd Art Expo International, Ingolstadt.
Here he won 2nd place with the International Art Award 2018, by ABC Company, Ingolstadt.
As a painting tool Thomas Dieckmann mainly uses a toothpick, as he can not feel with a paintbrush, when this occurs on the canvas. He likes to paint nostalgic citycapes from his memory, with great attention to detail.
His color palette consists only of 4 complementary colors red, yellow, green and blue, which he mixed with black or white.