Time waits for no man. Douglas Hoekzema, [aka Hoxxoh] investigates the time. He searches his energy, his substance or his natural fabric as he says. He explores his oscillations, the illusions that he begets us as to the flow, his movements and finally the effects
Vasso Fragkou is “chasing” harmony, balance and “peaceful” contact between the substance, the color and the original idea. Her need for artistic expression by decorative items that extends in space, made her deal with ceramics. In her works is reflected the natural movement of the
Plywood GJ Chair 1963 by Danish furniture designer Grete Juel Jalk (1920–2006). Exhibited in Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. Κράτα το Please follow and like us:
The sculptures of Adrian Nivola are elegant, inspired, made of wood and metal, with an air of medieval times and with an abstraction in final result. Small elements and delicate details which are compulsory in effect and they are the key points of his projects.
Dutchman Eric van Straaten makes three-dimensional feminine porcelain figures since 2010. Because of the high cost and in order to give the cheapest price, most of his sculptures are miniatures and are known as Humbelles. These creations are of 9 cm height and have been
Yulia Brodskaya from Russia has a great love for the paper. The fascination that exerts on her, made her experiment with several methods untill she succeded, as she admits, to paint with paper rather than paint on it. Her representations are created from colorful paper
Emma Cownie lives in Wales. She is a professional self-taught painter and works as a history teacher in education. The painting was her hobby, but after an accident in 2012 this art functioned as her medicine and as a therapy technique. Preferring oil painting as
“I’ve always loved the Japanese word for galaxy and find it poetic to think of the galaxy as a river of stars in the sky.” Half Japanese half-Russian, she lives and works in New York City. Miya Ando apart from her love for the word