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Artist of the Week — Agnieszka Rogowska

6 June, 2011 от · 118 comments

Agnieszka Rogowska: Colourful planes just create and talk about something, building a kind of tension You say you are interested mainly in colour and the way it can be a creativity tool. Tell us more about your attitude toward colour. It is interesting what you say as on the whole we are used to give […]

Artist of the Week — Javier Muñoz

22 February, 2011 от · 1 comment

Interview by Dessislava Berndt with Javier Munoz How did painting become a main part of your life? I have been drawing and painting since I was a child. Professionally I started my carrier 21 years ago, when I was 16. Who or what has influence on your work? I like very much the paintings of […]

Artist of the Week – Mihail Kamberov

28 December, 2010 от · 1 comment

Interview of Yana Radilova with the artist Mihail Kamberov Mihail Kamberov: “My paintings reflect my sensibility to the world. To me it is colourful and cheerful.” Mihail Kamberov was born on November 20, 1952 in Sofia. Mihail Kamberov frequented School of Arts in Sofia until 1973. From 1976 to 1981 he studies painting in the […]

Artist of the Week – Cliff Snell III

9 August, 2010 от · 2 comments

Interview with Cliff Snell III by Galya Mladenova Cliff Snell III is the American “fairytale surrealist” artist. His “fairytale” swirling nature paintings are very distinctive, and his collectors prize his dreamy, but precise use of color. Naturalists enjoy his ability to present an accurate, if beautiful specimen of a plant, and those who seek beauty […]

The sensational experience of drawing – a deviation from reality, a fantasy and a game of Sophie Holstein’s imagination

16 January, 2010 от · No comments

An interview with artist Sophie Holstein by Maya Kolarova Photo: Personal archive Sophie Holstein – biography notes and artist statement I was born in 1983 in North of Germany. After I graduated from high school in 2003, I moved to Madrid for half a year to learn Spanish. I was curious to discover new places. […]

Tiphaine de Bodman’s vital need to create an artistic stratification of Nature

14 January, 2010 от · No comments

An interview with artist Tiphaine de Bodman by Maya Kolarova Photo: Personal archive Tiphaine has been trained in illustration and graphics, with an ongoing passion for drawing, and obtained an MA in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins in 2007. Tiphaine’s approach to drawing is unique in its meticulousness and compulsiveness. The laborious hours spent […]

Artist of the Week — Jill Mulleady

13 December, 2009 от · 3 comments

An interview with painter Jill Mulleady by Maya Kolarova Jill Mulleady – “a whirlpool of complex emotions” Photo: Personal archive Jill Mulleady (born 1980 in Uruguay) is a painter based in London. She studied theatre at Jacques Lecoq School (2002-03), Paris and MA Fine Arts at Chelsea College of Arts, London (2007–09). Jill Mulleady’s paintings […]

Martin Key: The Way We Live Life Is An Abstraction

22 April, 2009 от · 4 comments

Vanya Nikolaeva’s interview with the painter Martin Key (Yavan) Originally I am from Hungary. I’ve lived in some really great spots all around the world; most recently in Dublin, Ireland. My art is what directs me from place to place, as well as from stroke to stroke, and not the other way around.

Artist of the Week – Gerardo Gomez

23 March, 2009 от · 11 comments

Vanya Nikolaeva’s interview with Gerardo Gomez Who is Gerardo Gomez? Gerardo Gomez is a young visual artist from El Salvador, Central America, turning 20 this year. A dreamer and a rebel, with an immense passion about his art. We are starting a new century and a new millennium; things are evolving and we are looking […]

Artist of the Week – Deron Cohen

22 December, 2008 от · 14 comments

Vanya Nikolaeva Deron Cohen was born and raised in San Diego, California. He graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles, with a degree in Fine Arts. Deron has been teaching painting courses, held one man shows in Seattle, and participated in group shows at the San Diego Art Department, Limbo Fine Arts, and […]

Paintings of the Soul

11 December, 2008 от · No comments

Iliana Ivanova, virtual exhibit, part II The artist doesn’t create as he lives, he lives as he creates. Jean Lescure My first acquaintance with Iliana Ivanova’s paintings reminded me that the boundary between an artist’s real life and her artwork can be ever so tenuous, especially when the movements of the soul, its quests and […]

Landscapes of the Soul

19 November, 2008 от · 1 comment

Iliana Ivanova, virtual exhibit, part I What impressed me most in the paintings of artist Iliana Ilieva is that each image has its own self and dynamics. To me, her artwork are not just an artist’s sharing and self expression, but also an echo, a resonance, an emotion reaching for viewers to involve them in […]