Featured Artist – Atom Hovanesyan

As a faithful and respectful learner, then successor of legendary master’s vision, style and performance, loved very much traditional choice of medium and ground his own colors. And after colossal dedication to art, some times, 72 hours nonstop painting or drawing, unintentionally or maybe subconsciously created unique, unrepeatable style and technique in post divisionism and ink drawings, never observed before.

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Featured Artist – Todd Jones

Todd Jones is an experimental artist working with painting, drawing, and sculpture. He is using a combination of traditional and modern techniques to explore the application of paint. Todd is currently living and working in Athens, Ohio and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and double majored in studio art and psychology at Florida State University. Since graduating, he has been an artist-in-residence at Studio 209 in Thomasville, GA and has attended the Summer Painting and Sculpture Intensive hosted by the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA. Todd is currently pursuing his MFA in Painting and Drawing at Ohio University.

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Featured Artist – Saori Kashimura

Saori Kasamura was born in Saitama, Japan.She studied fashion design at Space Design Department at Musashino Art University. Currently, she lives in Japan and participates in exhibitions in various cities of the world. Within Italy, MAD gallery Milano manages her works.

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Issue 40 Selected Artists

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Featured Artist – Jason Bryant

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Featured Artist – Paul Pinzarrone

This work is a series of new versions of The Penitent Magdalene, Callisto and a portrait of Isabella D Este. It is a depiction of shame, detachment and sorrowful sensuality. Thses are other-worldly and religious but with fractal tattoos of a goddess, vixens and a patron of the Renaissance. These are all digital, built with digital photography, fractal, flame and painting software, printed on metallic paper on plexiglas or high gloss aluminum. Each of these is inspired by the works of Titian, LaTour, Perugino and Caravaggio.

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Featured Artist – Hanna Supetran

Hanna Supetran is an internationally multi-award winning artist who creates thought provoking and emotionally evocative abstract paintings. She was named as one of the Top 20 Artists to invest in by DESTIG

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Featured Artist – Jason Burns

Featured Artist Jason Burns – Masterton, Wellington, New Zealand My paintings more often than not begin with a form of automatism. This forms the base and structure of my paintings. I work with the line. From there I add colour, text and further detail. I work at night and always have multiple paintings in various […]

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Featured Artist – Crista Bromley

Crista Goble Bromley is an award-winning artist from the Texas Hill Country. She works primarily in oils but is also accomplished in watercolor, acrylic and pastels. As a descendant of noted artists and musicians she was surrounded by art and music since birth. She also studied fine arts at Victoria College and the University of Texas at Austin. While much of her early career focused on portraiture her interests expanded over the years and her subjects also include landscapes, animal portraiture, still life and historical representation. Most of her paintings are traditional to realism with a nod toward the highly detailed work of hyper-realism. According to Bromley, portraiture still holds a special place in her heart, noting, “I strive to make my portraits more than just a reflection of the person or animal. I want to see the character of the subject in the artwork. Whether it is a person or an animal I want their personality shine to through. That is the real satisfaction in portraiture.” While she loves portraiture she also enjoys the challenges of other subject matter as well. “I love to take a blank canvas and watch something grow on it. The process seems to have a life of its own,” she says. Bromley has been recognized by a number of national and international galleries. She currently has historical representations hanging in governmental buildings across Texas. For more information on her awards go online to www.cgbfinearts.com and click on the Featured Art link.

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Featured Artist – Amy O’Hearn

I’m Amy O’Hearn, a New Orleans artist who works from my home studio. Art has saved my soul. For years, I had no inspiration, I felt constrained by my job and completely drained every day. Until I started painting. Through a meditative and intuitive approach, I have unleashed my creativity. I thrive on the risk and spontaneity of not having a plan before I start to paint, I clear my mind and let the colors and the brush take me away. I find it very fulfilling when other people interpret my art, noticing things I haven’t. When possible I like to name my paintings after the visions others see.

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Featured Artist – Wenkai Li

Wenkai Li was born in Shenzhen, China in 1993. She received her MFA in Photographic and Electronic Media from Maryland Institute College of Art (2018). She is a photographer and video creator. For now, she lives in Manhattan, New York. In my artworks, I want to talk about the relationship between the real world and the ideal world. I think the ideal world is always present form people’s spiritual and dreams are the continuation of life and diffusion of perception. So I always use a dream as an entry point. I want to create my own dreamland, which is fulfilled with my personal emotion and my understanding of time, space, and emotion. For me, idealism is a pursuit based on belief. Idealism must be based on the spiritual level, but it does not exclude material. Then, idealism is closely linked with faith and it always from some places where have belief. With the development of society, people become more and more realism because of some specifical reasons. I still remember a sentence from a famous fiction from China: everything is forced by life. If there are so many terrible things in our life, we have to face it. Because have to we face it so that we become realism. This behavior will make us forget the original dream form heart. I am not saying that realism is not good, I just want to say we live in a real world but we still need to keep something beautiful inner.

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