Vilen Künnapu is an architect and an artist, born in Tallinn in 1948. He graduated from the Estonian Academy of Arts in 1971.
"I am spending more and more time in the territory of dream. When l am flying with the birds l feel that l am one with everything - trees and bushes, see and islands, birds and animals, stars and sky. Sometime l feel that dream is more real than so called reality. When l am one with the sun everything is absolutely perfect.
I am developing a new style in painting. Experience of Modern art is mixed with the magic."
Carole’s life has been one of interest and curiosity for landscapes, cultures and their different colours and shades around the world. Born in Amman, Jordan in 1965 she has initially been a fond and proud observer of her native Middle Eastern landscapes and architecture, a seemingly immovable still life of mostly natural stone formations and sand colours. The sun, however, provides these colours with a wealth of different tones during daytime, and at night, the moon and stars over the desert offer a sheer endless range of blues and greys. The Jordanian Wadis of Rum or Mujib remain her definition for the beauty of Earth and inspiration for her creativity.
This piece is called Waves and is made of acrylic paint with sand. The size dimensions for this piece is 140cm X 75cm
This piece is called Sand and is made with all different types of materials and acrylic paint
Instagram - @caroleschilbach_art
This new series (collection) of works by the plastic artist Né Barros transports us to his imaginary world of the small, works on mixed media where acrylic, plaster, glue, resin and other materials come together and interconnect like a true alchemy. The artist becomes a chemist. The world of the cell, of the atom, has always fascinated the artist Né Barros, the small cellular world and the great beauty of the images obtained through the microscope led the artist to create his new series of abstract works. His work are in Large format on wooden board.
Layer by Layer Né Barros takes us to worlds of fantasy and imagination, creating a complexity of textures and transparencies.
the artist's said “I’m abstract artist looking for new forms, new concepts and aesthetics in the approach of the canvas” . Né Barros chooses 2020,nº7 – mixed media on wood, 100 x 100 cm because it is the culmination of his search for the "little" of what is not seen with the naked eye.
Né Barros is an award-winning, born in Almada/Portugal /1964
Viewpoints Gallery Maui is proud to present “Hawai’i Contemporary 2020,” an exhibition by Danielle Nelisse, on display from 27 February 2020 to 16 April 2020 in Makawao, Maui, Hawaii.
“Bamboo Passage” presents a new series of work inspired by Hawaiian landscapes. In the past, Nelisse's abstractions drew inspiration from the colorful streets of Havana, Italian graffiti of Rome, and holiday escapes to tropical Puerto Vallarta. But now the vibrant colors, graphic lines, and texture displayed in her artwork are in sync with the Hawaiian islands in the Pacific Ocean.
Danielle Nelisse was born in Michigan, USA and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts and a Juris Doctorate in law. As a law student Nelisse studied abroad in Europe. Even though one of her law professors was US Supreme Court Justice Scalia, every moment she could, she spent in a European art museum studying art masterpieces.
In addition to exhibiting internationally, Nelisse's artwork has been exhibited by Fortune 500 companies and is sold as wallpaper and murals by two companies in the United Kingdom. The University of Melbourne and University of Western Australia also obtained three of Nelisse's artworks for their permanent collection and to promote academic research. Most recently, her artwork is exhibited by the US Embassy in Bahrain and at the Schaefer International Gallery in Maui, Hawaii.