WORLD VIRTUAL MUSEUM
EXHIBITION ON PASSION
Curator of the exhibition Adi Lasri
Amos gerhard chodziesen
Gerhard Amos Chodziesen was born in 1922 in Berlin, Germany. As a child, Amos grew up in an orphanage in Berlin. In 1933 the Nazis came to power, and led to a gradual worsening in the social, economical and legal status of Jews of Germany. This was a crucial factor in the migration of the majority of Jews to Israel. As part of the "Youth Aliyah" – a factory of raising children and teenagers Jews to Israel, Amos came to the Land of Israel and settled in Kibbutz "Mishmar Haemek". He believed in the Hebrew language and decided to change his name from Gerhard to Amos. His memories of the Germans were very severe, and he was motivated to establish his life in Israel and to be a partner in its establishment as a Jewish state. He was educated in Israel, became a youth guide and moved to the “Montefiore Windmill”. Amos married Sarah Chodziesen, who also created art, and they had three children. The British authorities who ruled in Israel at the time, has recruited Amos and, among other things, he was sent to military operations in Egypt and Morocco. Later on he lived in a small apartment in Tel Aviv and worked as a journalist for the newspaper "Al Hamishmar" (on guard). After that, Amos worked at the port of Tel Aviv and the port of Jaffa. During the 60`s, Amos received compensation from Germany. Only then, For the first time, he traveled to Europe to visit his mother and his step-family. After Amos`s mother died, he lost contact with his half-brothers and step-father. Also, in the 60`s, Amos began studying industrial engineering and management, by correspondence studies. He became an engineer and worked in the port of Ashdod as a production manager and head of the port`s Workers Union. The second thing Amos learned by correspondence, was painting - and in those years Amos began painting in his home studio. Amos was painting on canvas with oil paints, and also, he sometimes used charcoal colors. Amos died from a stroke in 1985, leaving behind a vast collection of paintings, standing today as a window in time, overlooking the period of his life.
• May his memory be blessed
La dea della luna..olio su tela 60 x 80...2018
Quegli occhi verdi...segreti del cuore...olio su tavola 87 x 60...2018
Le carezze dell'anima
Olio su tela 50 x 70..2018
abstract painting in Kitakyushu Instagram Live! ️
In the red life
oil painting · F50
oil painting · canvas F80 1455 × 1120 cm
How to Read Honokaku
Mean heavily surprised, fearing.
"Soul" is a soul rising to heaven after death.
"Ω" is a soul that will remain on the ground after death.
From the fact that my soul flies and it surprises me that my heart is empty.
Also read as "Sprays the soul." Quote
abstract painting in International Letters · Honorable Mention Works
I live with ink
oil on canvas 85by125cm
"Dirty old man and young girl"
watercolour on paper 56by76cm
Goat on red carpet
Dance in the autumn - Oil on canvas 60x90.
Bodyguard - Oil on canvas 60x 80
Autumn oil on artdest 50x60.
Born in 1966, I“celebrate”, in September 2018,28 years of working in safety railway systems area.
My job is to bring people home ALIVE. This job require strictness –you cannot play here, you must respect the rules and ensure that all your team respect them. So my inner me needed a “contra-weight” to balance this strictness. Drawing / painting has became, in time, a suitable option. I choose the digital space and I developed in that direction in the last 5 years. I do my best to constantly learn and to improve myself by all available means – persons, books, videos, etc.
I am Romanian and I have worked in several countries (always for rail). Now I live in Germany. I run in present several projects (“Fluid spices and harmonious condiments”,“Feelings, Motions and Emotions”; “Ellipse”; “The other Stuttgart”, “Dirndl”, “Stuttgart breath”) and I am also having some new interesting ideas for the future.
ID number: 437 / Year: 2018 / Software Tool: Gimp 2.8.22 / Model: Patrina Sharkozi / Svenko
Life is tasty (Honni soit qui y mal pense)
ID number: 79 / Year: 2017 / Software Tool: ArtRage 4.5.10 / Model:Karen Elson
Portrait of Desislava
Author: Erik Teodoru / ID number: 527 / Year: 2018 / Model: Desislava Jardine
Lives in Ullensaker, Norway
52 years old, born in 1966 and grown up in Istanbul, Turkey. Lived in Norway since 1990 and still lives here. Norwegian and Turkish citizen.
Working as a lifeguard in Råhold Bad in Eidsvoll municipality (municipal employee) and self-taught amateur artist who uses all his free time to create digital paint / images.
Member of Ello and GAP (Global Art Project).
I was born a little bit latter in 1996, Sariyer - Istanbul / Turkiye and grow up there.
My first job was as a sailor in oil tankers, but after many years of differ career I ended up as a lifeguard in a swimming pool.
For anyone who wonders: Yes I am very happy with my job because it gives me great freedom to do art. Art was always something I took pleasure in as young and has now found back to it.
Between my birth and now I have met Linn Anette ( the love of my life) and gotten two amazing children, My daughter Elvan Alexandra and her little brother Eskil Tolunay.
After many years of writing poems and writing and composing experimental music, I got in to digital abstract art.
It started out as an experiment, but is now a great passion of mine.
I like abstract art because you can not figure it out the first time you see it. You have to look closely to find the hidden treasures in the art.
I deliberately make my works in black & white and ( some times blended with colors) to force the viewer to look deeper. ,
All my works presented on https://ello.co/nadatepe
- I am also member of Ello community and Global Art Project.
Untold histories behind the doors.
Size: 30x40cm - 300dpi
Material:: Digital painting created from 2D fractal elements which processed with GIMP software.
Story: The idea is about raising awareness of the social challenges of different cultures in a world specially about woman and children.The figure in the picture can both be interpreted as a lady or child. The picture in its entirety will make the feel of all the tragedies hidden behind closed doors my knowledge or without.
Technics: Colored background put it together with blending av black and white and charcoal them
Portrait of forgotten identities
Size: 30x40cm - 300dpi
Material: Digital painting created from several 2D fractal elements which processed with GIMP software.
Story: This work is about everyone who has been forgotten over time, on purpose or without. Family members, friends, boyfriends, children .. Those who lived before us as nobody remembers or those who are still alive without being contacted by any close ...
Technics:Colored and B&W and charcoal theme on black background to create final theme.
Size: 30x40cm - 300dpi
Material: Digital mixed media ( photo + 2D fractal) processed with GIMP software.
Story: Illustration of the sun set on the horizon also illustrates an eye.
Technics: Color photo /taken by me) image edited and processed together with 2D fractal elements in B&W and charcoal blending to creates shades, depth and reflections.
My name is Mabvuto Jamala, a Zimbabwean, 40 years of age and I am a Artist. I do stone sculpting, weld Art and mixed media
I started doing Art in 1999,after I was inspired by my fellow brothers, who are also Artist's
In 2000,I worked under the mentorship of one of Zimbabwe's renowned Artist the late Amos Supuni, may his dear soul rest in eternal peace. I cherish the time I worked under my mentor, it is during that time that I started to take Art serious and as a profession. During that time, I mastered the skills of Art and how to develop and maintain my originality in my creative work
In 2001,I then decided to start my own workshop, since I felt that I had gained some knowledge to go on.during the same year, I was part of a group of 15 Artist's, who went for a 5 months campaign in the mountains of Mvurwi here in Zimbabwe. There, we we're creating sculptures is the raw stones that we would have found in the mountains. It was a great experience for me,working together with different Artist's, sharing ideas and experiences regarding Art
After the 5 months period, went back to Harare the capital city, were we held an exhibition and managed to make sells and make new contacts. Since then, I have grown up to be a better Artist and do Art full time
Due to the economic crisis situation in my country, I am struggling to sell my work. I am now appealing to Art buyers and promoters out there, to please buy my work, so that I can acquire more raw stones, materials, tools for my work and develop my workshop
It is my hope to be a international renowned Artist only the sky is the limit and your help will be greatly honored and appreciatedThank you All in advance
Coming out from the cold
sometimes in life, a person can decide to leave the past behind and Embrace's new opportunities in life
Der Dieckmann - Thomas Dieckmann
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.
Catstown - Der Dieckmann /Thomas Dieckmann
Skating on the city river - Der Dieckmann /Thomas Dieckmann
The Protest - Der Dieckmann /Thomas Dieckmann
Per Ole Gmelok
49 years old, from Flensburg , Germany, likes in Berlin.
Self taught abstract painter and digital artist.
First Paintings at the age of 22.
i like to paint on canvas, sometimes in wood. mostly with Acryl, sometimes Oil. i like abstract art, and that's what i am doing.
I also like to create abstract art with digital equipment. with PC, Laptop, Mobile, Apps, Editing Programms, etc. i like to do completely different art to my paintings. taking photos of it and edit it.
I also like to work with other Artists, putting together their work and mine to create completely new Art.
i see different things in their art and i want to put it on another level, a new Level. i respect the Art of other artists but i allways want to create something new with that. i know, that some people, some artists don't know, what my intention is. maybe because this art, this style isn't very wellknown right now.
This three Paintings are some special pieces, all done with a very powerful Passion and lotsof colours.
The title "Overload" stands for my kind of Art. I like minimalism.But i couldn't do this. I allways want to go further, taking shapes and colours to another level. And in the end i have used many colours.
"Falling off the edge of the world"
Oil on wood
Acryl on canvas
"The heavily curved wild Spaceship Jungle"
Acryl on canvas
For years I worked as a Doctor of Archaeobotany at Bar-Ilan University. The special attachment to painting was formed by accident. Until ten years ago I was not absolutely sure that I was even capable of painting. It all started with a wood painting course that involved painting mainly flowers. Soon enough the wood turned into canvas and the flowers slowly transformed into figures, landscapes and so on.
Later on, I took some more painting courses, and began to discover this new hobby of mine. In time, a new passion evolved, and I felt that there was something in me that just had to burst out. For years, this feeling persisted and kept enticing me to study something that relates to the soul, to the spirit; something that would combine with the artistic side of me.
That is how I reached the art therapy studies in Beit-Berl college. Today I am an active artist as well as an art therapist in my own clinic. The blend of the fields of biology and art therapy, receives a large emphasis in my nature and landscape inspired art. Countless times, I find myself drawing ideas and inspirations while observing the microscopic world in the lab.
Sometimes, I do not intentionally plan the painting. I begin to spread colors on the canvas into a formless stain. This nameless stain becomes attached to a new stain and yet another, and this new group of stains begins to create a world full of figures, shapes and landscapes. Suddenly the canvas comes to life, and in this exceptional moment I understand the reason I became an artist.
Through the last couple of years I have participated in several exhibitions as well as selling my art in a number of galleries in Israel and overseas. Additionally I wish to continue helping children with special needs, so for every painting I sell , part of the profit will be donated to the Chan-Yotam organization for special needs children.
Finally, I would like to quote a memorable sentence by Claude Monet, whom I humbly cherish: "Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love"
Not giving up
I almost gave up this time, I had something in my head, some picture I saw before my eyes. I started painting with the picture in my head accompanying me all the way. When I looked at the work at the end and compared what I had seen in my mind's eye it was not really the same. The truth is, I was upset, I almost gave up, I thought I'd go and draw something else, but somehow something inside me decided not to give up. I looked again and took a brush and the result was in front of you.
Thomas Edison was so right about what he said- "Our biggest weakness is giving up. The surest way to success is always to try just one more time. "
To the life off the little things
Many times we are busy with worry and thoughts for the future. Busy with something that has not actually happened yet. Something that is only in our minds. We are so preoccupied with these thoughts that we forget the here and now and do not enjoy the existence that is right here in our hands.
From the simple things so ordinary in us that we are so used to them that they are so understood that we do not give them importance and appreciate them. But it is precisely these little things that are really great.
For the "small" things, acrylic on canvas, 90x100 cm.
It started as a landscape painting, I moved away to look and felt that I was missing something. I took the brush and added figures. For some reason, it felt right to draw them small. I walked back and looked at the work. The first feeling that gripped me was how small we were as human beings against the power of the universe.
30 x 24 acrylic on canvas
16 x 20 acrylic on panel
30 x 24 acrylic on canvas
Wynford Vaughan Thomas
The Deep is the contrast between the conscious and sub conscious mind.
The Sea is symbolic of fear in a Romantic sense,while the Sky under
the Influence of the Moon holds calm and peace.
The Escape represents breaking away from material gain and conformity.
Being liberated from the chains of greed and avarice in surch of truth.
To catch a wave is symbolic of religion.In essance to try and understand
faith with reason.
To catch a Wave
James Richardson - votes for women
James Richardson - Homless
James Richardson - gaypride
"Mind innocent unconscious"
Consider the mental stale innocent
" Consider the mental state innocent"
Jacek Klepek was born in Lesko, Poland on 22 July 1965 and died in Warsaw on 29 April 2010. He was a self-taught painter. The main theme of his art was to search for and depict what was more difficult to understand in men. His works have been shown in numerous personal and collective exhibitions at galleries in Poland:
Warsaw, Lesko, Kliece, Otwock and Lublin. Currently, many of his paintings are in private collections in Poland, USA, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
Best regards and good day, Alicja
100cm x 70cm
43cm x 30cm
29cm x 21cm
lives and works in Israel
Against the wind / 100 x 80 cm / Oil on canvas
The Curator / 110 x 65 cm / Oil on canvas
Minefield / 110 x 260 cm / Oil on canvas
Atmosphere in the lotus pond Day 1 ; Oil on canvas 80x100 cm.
Atmosphere in the lotus pond Day 2 ; Oil on canvas 80x100 cm.
Atmosphere in the lotus pond Day 3 ; Oil on canvas 80x100 cm.
ANUP KR SARMA
Acrylic on canvas.Size-90cm by 70cm
Acrylic on canvas.Size-60cm by 70cm
Dry pastel on paper. Size-70cm by 60 cm
(1978) lives and works in Szczecin, Poland.
Sebastian creates abstract paintings. He experiments in various painting techniques and does not get affected by influences. He has found his own path to use the unconventional techniques.
His paintings reveal the constant search for harmony between the imagination and the meaning. His unique view to abstract painting introduces viewers to the unconventional journey in the realm of perception and associations.
Sebastian’s paintings provides a deep experience, that reveals emotions, fighting, as well as a extraordinary look at contemporary art.
His paintings are the part of private collections abroad.
My name is Mónika Temesvári. I live in Hungary. I started painting, drawing, autodidactically, 7 years ago. I like the challenges, so I paint and draw anything, portraits, food, landscapes, animals, I'm also dealing with digital art lately. When I create, the outside world will cease. I'm in another dimension. This is wonderful feeling.
Red scarf, watercolor painting
Thor M Kapor
My name is Thor Þór Magnús Kapor from Iceland.
Dandelion triptych, Iceland
Oil Pastel technique on canvas
130 cm x 130 cm 130 cm x 140 cm 130 cm x 130 cm
Reykjanes geothermal area Iceland
Oil Pastel technique on canvas
150 cm x 170 cm
Oil Pastel technique on canvas
100 cm x 120 cm