Nina Budgadze paintings are filled to the brim with pleasing images and color combinations! She pulls you into the simple moments and makes you want to jump into the scene and be nowhere else but there.
Calling for submissions for artwork about the Heroines that inspire you! They can be real or fictional, famous or personal. Share your poetry, paintings, pictures, performance art, etc. on exceptional women who make the world a better place and encourage greatness!
Come see the beautiful paintings of Anindya Roy! Each one painted with incredible thought behind it. As you absorb each piece, be sure to also take the time to be inspired by reading about the concepts behind them.
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO MY RECENT PAINTINGS
During the period of training my works were mostly the reflectionof the city life, the aspiration and dreams of the urban middle class living in a molt-cultural and multi-lingual society. Those days I crated the works like ‘back to the city’, ‘nagorik’ etc., by mixed media.
To develop the concept I have been traveling historical, and culturally significant places and try to conceptualize the togetherness of living and non-living objects and a sense of mystery. Things and particular colour encompassed me, thus my creative mind and feelings is blend. Through I have social, ritual relation with my surroundings, I would like to search there hidden relations of mine in my works. It is known there a relation among the living and non- living beings in nature. I saw a rhythm with the costume, ornaments, happiness, sorrow and habits of the rural people, I is wonderful to me when I inhale those things then, I express my feelings of love through my visual art work. Some times ‘ composition ‘ starts from my dream, which leads to reality by using any conventional and non- conventional skills. Here art evokes with emotion, braveness of mind and necessary experience. A mysterious spiritual height appears in my recent works to illuminate the images. Thus a series of paintings came out which were titled as ‘ conceptual –scape’. It happened in my sub conscious and not on any stereotype conventional norms, they are unique on there own right as my feelings are.
We know the nature has a universal approach that I would like to share. I visited Ajanta and Ellora and surrounding caves where I saw yellowish stone in roof and ceiling and walls in cave perhaps that was a meditation room and yellow colour also represents knowledge and intelligibility. Where the ancient highly skilled sculptor did purposely or not is not a vital matter to me at that moment, but I was intoxicated by the environment of Ellora. So I expressed my feelings through there ‘ mind scapes” for that purpose I have to travel more.
In my works human figure and other objects some times signify a character sometimes not, simultaneously they are used to balance the paintings. The motives are also used to decorate the painted surfaces. Colour used in big space come balance, blue for communication and knowledge or red for empowerment. I forgot my which at action yet the final eventuality of unconscious effort does bare conspicuously my nature and attitude.
My pleasure gets multiplied if my art soothes the sole of the viewers and comfort their mind and eye. Somewhere my works have got flavors of spirituality and miniature of ancient Indian art.
Cynthia Yatchman’s serene and exotic paintings are sure to bring goodness to your day! She captures the many layers to life, the bold and the subtle, creating a sense of magic that rests in the simple beauties.
Artist Statement-In my 2D work, I work primarily with acrylic and latex paints, inks, papers and charcoal. My images contain many diverse layers of meaning from the universal to the specific and personal. My works are often abstract. I am frequently interested in pattern and/or creating a rich sensual surface by making layer upon layer of marks. There is often an unseen history within these layers as images are obscured and revealed. My work frequently gives reference to my experience with nature and I usually have an ongoing series that is more representational focusing on flowers, birds and animals and the human figure. At times my work speaks to issues of social justice, revelation and connection.
Cynthia Yatchman is a Seattle based artist and art instructor. With an M.A. in child development and a B. A. in education, she has a strong interest in art education and teaches art to adults, children and families. A former ceramicist, she studied with J.T. Abernathy in Ann Arbor, MI. After receiving her B.F.A. in painting from the University of Washington she changed to 2D work and has stayed there since, working primarily on paintings, prints and collages. Her art is housed in numerous public and private collections and has been shown nationally in California, Connecticut, New York, Indiana, Michigan, Oregon and Wyoming. She has exhibited extensively in the Northwest, including shows at Seattle University, Seattle Pacific University, Shoreline Community College, the Tacoma and Seattle Convention Centers and the Pacific Science Center.
I was so entranced by Anne Wölk’s pieces, and I know you will be too! She is a German visual artist and she brings the feeling of energy and beauty to life in these paintings below. Go take a look!
140 x 70 cm,
Oil on canvas Text: Artproject for the UN in Geneva. “How do we want to live in the future?” Earth and beyondThe future we want to see is all about preserving our planet. Earth is the only inhabitable planet we know. The only place where life can flourish. Life anywhere else would look very different. And yet human nature possesses an inherent curiosity about what lies beyond our horizon.
Anne Wölk is a German visual artist best known for light-flooded romantic starscapes accompanied by birch trees. Her fantastic multilayered narrations are like cinematic sceneries and refer to science fiction movies and novels. The artist redefines the genre of landscape painting through the innovative use of geometric patterns to disrupt the composition’s moments of depth perception.
Wölk’s subject matter speaks of the imagery of futuristic science and technology, which we have only become familiar with from the advances of satellites and cameras, and moreover, in cinematography and computer-generated images. The artist paints a fantastical interpretation of nature, in which Romanticism and utopia are perceptible at the same time.
Especially noteworthy are her late small-scale paintings in which Wölk deals with the subject matter of light pollution. She contrasts natural light phenomena, such as the glow of the Milky Way, with the bizarre visual effect of colorful LED tubes. Artificial light, placed by the tourist industry, can be found, e.g., in the nocturnal landscape, to impress tourists in ski resorts on mountains.
Anne Wölk received an MFA from The School of Art and Design Berlin and was a BFA student at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London.
In 2009, the young artist became known for her colorful birch tree paintings and was selected and shortlisted for several international competitions and scholarships.
Her awards include the national Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes scholarship; the Alpine Fellowship grant at Aldourie Castle, Scotland, UK; a Grand Prize from Papirmasse Montréal, Canada; a residency at Bodensee Art Fund; and an artist-in-residence grant in Goriska Brda, Slovenia, awarded by the German Embassy, Ljubljana. She has exhibited at international institutions, e.g., the Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey; the CICA Art Museum South Korea; the Accra Goethe-Institut Ghana; and the Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republik.
Wölk has exhibited her work alongside artists like Robert Rauschenberg, Cindy Sherman, Johannes Wohnseifer, Azade Köker, and Stephan Balkenhol. In 2011, she was selected for the Edition S 36 of DSV Kunst Kontor, Stuttgart. The Edition S 36 was a compilation of contemporary artworks, including paintings of Jonathan Meese and Tim Eitel.
She has exhibited and sold on the international art market, including the Swab Art Fair Barcelona in Spain; Viennafair in Vienna, Austria; KIAF Seoul in South Korea; and Contemporary Istanbul in Turkey.
Wölk has since shown her work in private gallery shows, including Galería Luis Adelantado, Valencia, Spain; Arebyte Gallery, London, UK; Galerie Wolfsen, Aalborg, Denmark; Pantocrator Gallery, Shanghai, China; and The Residence Gallery, London, UK.
In October 2013, she won the Category Award for ‘Art Takes Paris’, judged by directors from The Andy Warhol Museum in New York, Lisson Gallery, and the Marianne Boesky Gallery. In 2014 and 2019, the painter was selected to participate in the Finalists exhibition of the art competition Art Revolution in Taipei, Taiwan.
I have graduated from Stiba University in Malang, East Java,Indonesia with a bachelor of arts degree in foreign literature and languages, I fell in love with art and I cannot stop loving it. I read a book “Everyone can draw” which motivated me to start learning how to draw, I then completed a private art course for 6 months, it turns out that I am an artist. Bali inspired me as strongly as the artistic blood is flowing in me. Artists such as William Hofker and Ton Schulten have inspired and influenced my style of art. Aboriginal art also has had a profound influence.
By following modern arts and through self-development, I have finally became a consensusism artist.
Consensusism style is characterized by abstract geometric compositional works in balance with the roots of impressionism and the elements of shape, light and color.
Group Exhibition Art Connecting Woman “In commemoration of International Women’s Day”
4th -8th March 2020,Grand Gallery,Arabian Court one &Only Royal Mirage Dubai
Solo Exhibition at Royal Beach Hotel Seminyak from 1st March 2019 until 15th January 2020
Group Exhibition at Kaktus Art Space Sanur from 6th April from 21st April
Group Exhibition at Monkey Forest Gallery from 26th April until 26th May
Group Exhibition at Lv8 Hotel Canggu- Bali from 26th July until 24th September
Group Exhibition at Studio Jaring ,Batu-Malang East Java from 15th August until 27th
Group Exhibition at Hadiprana Galellery Jakarta 30th November until 22nd December
Solo exhibition at Café Des Ubud, Bali from 1st August until 30th October.
Group exhibition at Padhapa Art Space Jogjakarta from 25th August until 5th September.
Group exhibition at Art Center Denpasar- Bali from 4th November until 10th November.
Group exhibition at Art Patio gallery Lovina, Bali, Indonesia from 4th March until 20th May
Group exhibition Bali art camping at Made Budiana Gallery, Loh Tunduh, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia from 8th April until 8th May
Group exhibition “Female artist” on June at Art center, Denpasar Bali-Indonesia
Solo Exhibition at Maison Aurelia Hotel Sanur, Bali-Indonesia from 17th September until 17th November.
Group exhibition “Female artist” on 22rd December 2017 until 22rd January 2018 at Monkey Forest Gallery Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
Group exhibition on January at Darwin, Australia.
Solo exhibition at Lestari Grill & Pasta restaurant Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia from March until November
Group exhibition on December at 501 Petitenget Hotel, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
Solo exhibition on April at Dandelion Restaurant, Canggu, Bali, Indonesia
Art Camping Darwin Australia from June until July.
Solo exhibition on October at Hotel Neo Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
Exhibition at Kaja Art Space Ubud, Bali, Indonesia from 12th November until 20th November.
Group exhibition at Gorontalo Sulawesi, Indonesia from 21st November until 30th November.
I had my first solo exhibition at the “Ginger Moon” Restaurant in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia from December 2013 until January 2014.
The second solo exhibition at Lestari Restaurant in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia from August until September 2014.