Featured Artist | Michael Jicha

Michael Jicha | Philadelphia, PA @micjicphototography I’m a Philadelphia based photographer who has been making art for the past 4 decades. After art school I photographed landscapes, still lifes, fashion and portraits eventually evolving into this current series influenced by impressionist, post-impressionist and surrealist painters. I call this series “Project 1910 – Impressions of Diversity” […]

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Featured Artist | Robert Frankel

I was always fascinated with the idea that colors can have an effect on our emotional, physical, and mental states. Examples of this can be found in the expressions, “Seeing Red,” or “Having the Blues.” I like to use bright bold colors set against each other in a geometric structure to create positive motion and energy. I have exhibited in a number of exhibitions over the past year including Van Der Plas Gallery, 440 Gallery, and SITE Gallery in New York City, La Galleria Pall Mall (two different shows) in London and Chie Gallery in Milan Italy. This Spring/Summer (depending on Covid 19) I am scheduled to be at VanDer Plas Gallery, Colorida Gallery (Lisbon, Portugal) and Saatchi-The Other Art Fair in Los Angeles.

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Featured Artist | Jane Gottlieb

I have been expressing my joy of art with paint, shapes and colors since I was very young. I started as a painter, evolved into a photographer, and eventually began hand-painting on my Cibachrome prints over 35 years ago. Before Photoshop I found a way to expressa new magical reality with the vivid, saturated and unrealistic color. I painted into each photographic print.

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Featured Artist | Debbie Tracey

Debbie Tracey | Olympia, WA Artist’s Statement My art is inspired by many of life experiences and those I am still to have. I am stimulated by the variety of colors and see now that bold color brings me joy. I love the fluid movement of my work which becomes a “dance” with the canvas. […]

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Featured Artist | Alan Milan Hrabučák

My paintings are actually personal diaries. Anytime I look at some of them I can remember the exact feelings and condition in which they originated. I don´t create with exact idea of what is to appear on the canvas. Everything comes intuitively. I find bizzare characters, faces, animals and monsters after the painting is finished. It´s like lying on the grass, watching the clouds and suddenly seeing the strange things in them. It´s up to you and your imagination to find „something“ in the paintings. Or don´t discover anything, just let the colours work on you.

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Featured Artist | Joe Stavec

Joe Stavec | Walton Hills, OH Art is not an end in itself. It is a method of creating awareness of the marvelous. Surrealist art reveals invisible secrets and exposes hidden surprises. Surrealism is based on a fascination with the strange and imaginary. There are treasures hidden in the human mind, an ability to bathe […]

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Featured Artist | Tatiana Klimov

Tatiana Klimov | Los Alamos, NM @happy_paintings_by_tatiana A native Russian from Saint Petersburg, Russia, Tatiana found her second home in Los Alamos 25 years ago. In spite of having a college degree in metallurgy, she has worked in the fashion and beauty business. In Russia, she owned and ran a private crafts school. Shortly after […]

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Featured Artist | Katushka Millones

Katushka Millones | Brookfield, CT Statement… Embrace and Love… I am in love with color, texture, atmosphere, depth, and the interplay of light. I’m always moved by the beauty of the sky and how it connects with Earth giving us these constant changing atmospheres. We are living in hard moments of uncertainty, and by living […]

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Featured Artist | Atom Hovhanesyan

I developed and refined my Post Divisionist style and technique in a series of paintings of women and landscapes. My goal was to utilize the entire surface of the canvas to challenge the viewer’s perception of negative space while borrowing from the Cubist approach to composition. Figures and forms are woven into the fabric of the plane so that space warps into figures and form. The juxtaposition of complimentary colors of thinly applied brushstrokes, over each other, creates a mesh-like pattern, so that figures rise or recede, at times becoming almost invisible.

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Kimberly Langlois – Featured Artist

Artist Portfolio Magazine’s 20 Art Competition Kimberly Langlois – Raliegh, NC Instagram Being a lover of music and the beautiful outdoors, I create expressive alcohol ink and mixed media abstract paintings inspired by my “inner hippie”, my favorite tunes and the many colors and shapes found in nature. Like nature’s art, every alcohol ink design […]

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Joe Stavec – 10 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine’s 10 Art Competition Joe Stavec – Walton Hills, OH Art is not an end in itself. It is a method of creating awareness of the marvelous. Surrealist art reveals invisible secrets and exposes hidden surprises. Surrealism is based on a fascination with the strange and imaginary. Surrealist images evoke the possible, supplemented […]

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Juvy Panganiban – Q4 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – 2017 Q4 Art Competition Juvy Panganiban – Georgetown, Canada Canadian artist, Juvy Bajar Panganiban’s demonstration of creative art is centered mostly on celebrating women, emphasizing strength, intellect and beauty. It is also an exploration of femininity, herself and where she is in this period of time. Some artists like to make […]

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