Giuseppe Palumbo

My work is humanistic and relatable, from whimsical to provocative, through my sculpture I tell a visual story weaving mythology and social observation. The final interpretation is left for the viewer to decide. Sculpture is the culmination of over 40 years in creating, from architecture to furniture.

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Julie Maren

Julie Meran's creative path has lead her to work as a painter, stone carver, installation artist, ceramicist, textile designer and illustrator. As a fine artist, she's received major grants, attended multiple artist in residency programs and sculpture symposiums, and is featured in private and corporate collections.

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John B Holt
Dona Laurita

Dona’s images invite the observer to explore ways of seeing. Her work encourages the viewer to participate in the essence of the ordinary, be it the power of a simple gesture, the quality and diversity of light, or a moment in time that may otherwise have been overlooked, in a deep, dramatic and sensitive way.

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John B Holt
Ileana Barbu

Drawing is an obsession for me—line and form in all their aspects have been a constant in my artwork. My body of work can be viewed as a conglomerate of different directions, but I always go back to line-or linear compositions. Even when I “paint,” what really matters to me is the underlying structure. The paintings are in fact, colored drawings.

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Antonio Arrieta

In visual arts you paint what you see and feel and what I see and feel is what I paint, as you noticed most of my paintings are objects, objects of life that creates an environment of its own with shadows that creates a surrealistic effect, using as a model of a three dimensional space with an optical trick to the eye and much more.

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