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8 08 2016


Wassily Kandinsky

1 06 2016

Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky (/kænˈdɪnski/; Russian: Васи́лий Васи́льевич Канди́нский, Vasiliy Vasil’yevich Kandinskiy, pronounced [vaˈsʲilʲɪj kɐnˈdʲinskʲɪj]; 16 December [O.S. 4 December] 1866 – 13 December 1944) was an influential Russian painter and art theorist. He is credited with painting one of the first purely abstract works.[1] Born in Moscow, Kandinsky spent his childhood in Odessa, where he graduated at Grekov Odessa Art school. He enrolled at the University of Moscow, studying law and economics. Successful in his profession—he was offered a professorship (chair of Roman Law) at the University of Dorpat—Kandinsky began painting studies (life-drawing, sketching and anatomy) at the age of 30.

Nelina Trubach-Moshnikova

8 10 2015

As a light, as a line, as a rain, a colour, as a woman, as a… What else could you say when so much was already have been said? But I am going to say… I was born in Belarus, graduated from art college . It is interesting for me to see through colors and lines something hidden and sometimes to hide the obvious. Mainly, I work with oil and canvas or use mixed technique (drawing and oil on canvas). Had several exhibitions in Ukraine and joint ones in Moscow and St. Petersburg. And also I am the member of The National Union of the Artist of Ukraine.Now I lives and works in Yalta,Crimea

Evening on Roosevelt's street in YaltaA restBikeDisguise 2Untitled (SOLD)Morning toilet (SOLD)Lady of the day

Carmelo Canales

22 09 2015

Carmelo Canales. His work on first glance reminds me of the early work of Ed Kuris. Portrait paintings. From the inside. But he also uses a collage affect with his painting. Maps. Like journeys in the minds of his subjects. The work is very controlled. With large flat spaces of blank colours. Its very dramatic.

Clara Hastrup

13 09 2015

I’ve always found this idea fascinating. Looking through a pattern at a picture behind. Like looking through a cracked window. Your mind flicks back and forth. Clara Hastrup has taken this notion and run with it. Her work is beautiful. Although it is precariously close to furniture or adornment.

John Tierney

9 09 2015

The artist, John Tierney, is a regular visitor to Los Angeles and is interested in both the urban landscape of the city and the desert landscape of Joshua Tree National Park. The light in LA and the desert have, for him, a particular resonance. In addition, some of his work has focused on images of New York and Helsinki, Finland. The aim is straightforward: to create paintings that provide a strong sense of place, a feeling of what it is like to be there

Saatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “The Painter NYC” #artSaatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “Staples on Wilshire, LA” #art

Saatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “Pacific Design Center, LA” #artSaatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “Motel off 10 freeway, CA - SOLD” #artSaatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “Handsome Coffee Roasters, LA” #artSaatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “Chateau Marmont (#3) - SOLD” #artSaatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “Walking Dead, LA” #artSaatchi Art Artist John Tierney; Painting, “New York at Dusk from High Line” #art


Ira Tsantekidou

8 09 2015


Mary Cinque

7 09 2015

It’s hard for me to talk about my work, art is communication, otherwise I could make a painting and then destroy it. But I am not like this because my need, the will of Art is to be open to other peoples mind. Thats communication. Communication is not Either you understand my art or you dont, communication is correspondence, empathy, stimulus, things that make the world go round.

Saatchi Art Artist Mary Cinque; Painting, “015titled#04” #artSaatchi Art Artist Mary Cinque; Painting, “014titled#05” #artSaatchi Art Artist Mary Cinque; Painting, “015titled#01” #artSaatchi Art Artist Mary Cinque; Painting, “014titled#03” #artSaatchi Art Artist Mary Cinque; Painting, “to brooklyn rmx” #artSaatchi Art Artist Mary Cinque; Painting, “FROMAATONYC06” #artSaatchi Art Artist Mary Cinque; , “” #art

Dana Schutz

6 09 2015

Dana Schutz’s work has been described as ‘teetering on the edge of tradition and innovation’. ’My paintings are loosely based on metanarratives. The pictures float in and out of pictorial genres. Still lifes become personified, portraits become events and landscapes become constructions. I embrace the area between which the subject is composed and decomposing, formed and formless, inanimate and alive. Recently I have been making paintings of sculptural goddesses, transitory still lifes, people who make things, people who are made and people who have the ability to eat themselves. Although the paintings themselves are not specifically narrative, I often invent imaginative systems and situations to generate information. These situations usually delineate a site where making is a necessity, audiences potentially don’t exist, objects transcend their function and reality is malleable .’ Dana Schutz 2004

Murder Mystery

2 09 2015