Archive for September, 2014

Giorgio Linda: Contemporary Painting Makes a Cultural Bridge

Giorgio Linda: Contemporary Painting Makes a Cultural Bridge

| September 30, 2014

Giorgio Linda is a self-taught artist interested in the primordial dance of light and color. His semi-realist paintings often focus on architectonic form and landscape. Occasional moments of heroic figuration bleed into abstraction and sweeping fields of kaleidoscopic color. Having come of age in Italy, teaching himself to paint, certainly the imprint of great masters […]

Continue Reading

SAHBA – An Emotional Presence in Color

SAHBA – An Emotional Presence in Color

| September 30, 2014

Dynamic yet intriguingly subtle, SAHBA’s art becomes a meditative and sensory experience, developing an emotional bond with the viewer through the depth of presence that each piece possesses. Immersed in the mindfulness of SAHBA’s mark is a visual mantra of color and motion, layering a sense of place and deep feeling into a bold abstraction […]

Continue Reading

Vibrant Visions of Painter Debbie Grossman

Vibrant Visions of Painter Debbie Grossman

| September 30, 2014

Known for her expert use of hue and texture and large bright canvasses, Debbie Grossman paints the natural world passionately, with vivid color and expressive line. Often splashed with dream-like depictions of abstracted images from nature, her works evoke a sense of peace, oneness and divine feminine awakening into bliss. Enchanted by vibrant hues, nature, […]

Continue Reading

Brenda Ness-Cooper Celebrates Her Travels

Brenda Ness-Cooper Celebrates Her Travels

| September 30, 2014

Globe-trotting and idyllic, Brenda Ness-Cooper’s watercolor scenes are small, beautiful vacations. Ness-Cooper paints in bright, airy watercolor on board. Her lines are easy, and her textures are deceptively nuanced. The compositions are lively, and the artist seems to be experimenting with something new from piece to piece. Some works are outright landscapes, others mid-range views […]

Continue Reading

Traveling Through Art

Traveling Through Art

| September 30, 2014

Intricate, detailed, and impressive, NEEOCO’s watercolors push the accepted limits of the medium. NEEOCO depicts story-based scenes with an exceptional sense of time and place – the kind of grand work usually done by epic or history oil painters. In fact the paintings, which vary widely in subject matter, are inspired by real life practices […]

Continue Reading

Claudia Pombo. Adapted Experience

Claudia Pombo. Adapted Experience

| September 29, 2014

Claudia Pombo’s sumptuous oil paintings mix lush nature images with surreal touches. Pombo portrays many different subjects, from opulent landscapes to faces and figures. She sometimes zooms in on a certain element – the spray of mist caused by water falling into a pool, or the wispiness of clouds. In other compositions the perspective draws […]

Continue Reading

Zaineb Shaban. Symbols of Material Culture

Zaineb Shaban. Symbols of Material Culture

| September 29, 2014

Characterized by sculptural depth of pigment, architectonic grooves and radiant hues, contemporary Canadian artist Zaineb Shaban’s 3D acrylic on canvas paintings are a visual pleasure to behold. Incorporating a variety of techniques and media – layers, gold leaf, texture, mosaic and modeling paste – serves to enhance the multi-dimensionality of the paintings. Influenced heavily by […]

Continue Reading