On each canvas, I yearn to portray love, gratitude, and homage to those somewhat insignificant or neglected stuff and give the viewer a new perspective with visual delights.
Life is basically a huge collection of moments. Sometimes you have no idea how everything will end up tying together – Marion Buricatu had a lot of those moments, and she definitely never expected Marion’s Workshop to be the result.
This exhibition features a series of paintings by one of the most important 20th Century French animal painters Karl Reille (1886-1975). This series includes approximately three dozen small-size paintings representing hunting scenes and animals in the wild.
I am a Buddist meditation practioner and study the dharma. A painter who hadn’t painted in twenty-two years while rearing my children. As I dove back into Art three years ago my favorite subjects as always are people and living beings captured with the expressive quality in moments of space and time.
Yuliya Sokol, Franco-Russian artist, specialized in jewelry creation and portrait photography, was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia, while this Venice of the North still called Leningrad. Most recently Yuliya has been working on her necklace collection made of crystals and threads or chains.