Ali Cavanaugh – Watercolors
Sensual painting Shen Ning (China, B. 1976) Encres sur soie / Inks on silk
Patrick Cabral – papercuts Art / A project in collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature and Acts of Kindness.
This project aims to raise awareness about endangered species. 50 % of the sales will go to WWF.
Patrick Cabral (best known as Darkgravity in Instagram) is a Multi-disciplinary Designer and Type Artist based in Manila, Philippines.
His love for calligraphy started when he was just 11 years old, when he took an odd job of writing the names of graduating students’ high school diplomas. This was his first foray into the world of letters and typography.
Kei Meguro illustrations (Japan)
Kei Meguro is currently a working illustrator and graphic designer living in New York with her french-bulldog/Pekingese mix assistant, Momo.
Meguro began as a self taught artist from a young age and much of what she has learned has come from her interaction and appreciation of great art. She developed her techniques at the School of Visual Arts, where she started out majoring in Fine Arts and received a BFA in Graphic Design in 2010.
Yasam Sasmazer artist (born in Istanbul in 1980) – Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts in Istanbul.
In her work, she uses the human psyche, in its dark or bright side, as her main site of investigation. With her realistic sculptures, she questions in turn the notions of identity, doppelganger, the self & the other, the individual in his social or natural environment, willingly deconstructing the clichés and cultural structures that surround these ideas. (source : berlinartprojects.com)
Octoplum Beautiful Dolls art sculptures (UK) aka Paloma Smith : sculptor, artist, designer, feminist and cat mother…
Vous pouvez retrouver l’évolution de son travail notamment sur Instagram, work in progress.
Ses sculptures sont pulpeuses et fascinantes; d’une beauté fatale pour cette vénus aux seins généreux, au regard envoutant, à cette bouche qu’on a envie d’embrasser… mamamiaaaa
Les toiles envoûtantes de Maya Kulenovic (Canada)
« (Sur ses portraits) …. la préoccupation de l’artiste semble être, non pas la création d’une image, mais la présentation d’un état psychologique. Quand on regarde ces (portraits), on se rend compte qu’ils sont en fait la clé du travail de Kulenovic considéré dans son ensemble. les natures mortes, les compositions architecturales et les paysages dans leur essence, tentent d’identifier et de présenter un état particulier d’être. Cette qualité est ce qui rend son travail si envoûtant… (source : wikipedia)
“(about her portraits) …. the artist’s preoccupation seems to be, not the creation of a likeness but the presentation of a psychological state. When one looks at these (portraits), one realizes that they are in fact the key to Kulenovic’s work considered as a whole. The still lifes, the architectural compositions, and the landscapes are also, in their essence, attempts to identify and present a particular state of being. This quality is what makes her work so haunting…”