Featured Artist John Carlson

Artist John Carlson’s mixed media paintings depict humans in a simple, pure form with an amazing depth of emotion and expression. Visit his website to see more of his work.     My work is every emotion and the absence of emotion—images of vulnerability, endurance, desperation and sorrow, relief and joy. It is what you […]

Featured Artist Christina Michalopoulou

Space and body embrace each other in seriousness or fun, in cartoonism or quotidian tragedy, in concreteness and abstraction. I love putting together the hyperreality of my bodies with the surrealism of my spaces.

Featured Artist Rachel Favelle

My art explores the multifaceted nature of people; their darkness and lightness, their ability to face adversity and succeed.

Featured Artist Juliana Coles

Based on my experience as an artist living a life subject to seizure, I developed and taught “Visual Journaling,” a process that combines journal writing with art making in a book for self-dialogue. I have been teaching this process around the world since 1992.

Featured Artist Michele Poirier-Mozzone

The paintings are not about anyone in particular, but about capturing a common experience, memory or idea. Most of us have experienced the sound of bubbles rushing past our ears, the broken ribbons of sunlight, bizarre reflections and the weightless, slow dance of movement below the surface.

Featured Artist Martein Peeters

For many painters the naked body was and still is the ultimate object of study. Nothing is as complex as the organic shapes and colour nuances of the human skin of a posing body.

Featured Artist Lyndall Bass

Still life for me is pure poetry. Which objects I choose to paint and how they are arranged is an enriched process. I imagine a setting with a person doing something or a narrative series of events. With flowers as the subject, I can paint them like portraits or as an abstract arrangement of color ideas.

Featured Artist Terri Symington

I now divide my time when not traveling between living in Houston and Switzerland, working at my easels in both studios, exploring the ways I can express my figures to include inspirations from traveling, from my desire to share awareness, or to just share the beauty of the female figure.

Featured Artist Barbara Burns

Tapestry weaving allows me to construct an image, integral with the cloth, exhibiting a depth of color and texture I feel I can achieve no other way. The tactile experience of working with fiber, along with the richness of the woven surface, excites and drives me as I watch images emerge while I weave.

Featured Artist Suellen McCrary

I am a figurative painter working primarily in oils. Fascinated with the face and figure I create paintings that I hope transcend the outward appearance and capture the inside essence of a person.

Featured Artist Fabrice de Paola

My creations are expressive and hypnotic and they often fuse sexuality and temptation. They are a pictorial other-worldly universe between figurative and abstract in a disorganised order or an organised disorder depending on the mood and the viewpoint of the observer.