MAREK SLAVIK

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My existing paintings mainly included figurative motifs with deeper meaning planes, landscapes and animals. At the moment, however, I have given up on stark rewriting of reality on the canvas and have begun to explore the parallel possibilities of the same expression in a more abstract form, always using classical painting techniques of layered oil paintings with a carefully prepared theme.

Ekiko Kawa

 

Born in 1970 in Tokyo, Ekiko Kawa graduated from the Florence Academy of Art in Italy,. Si, she has been exhibiting her works in solo and group shows in Italy and has participated in collective exhibitions in the west world, as well as in Europe, the U.K. and Canada. Ekiko Kawa abstracted landscapes and figures engage the viewer through harmonious, flowing brushstrokes and vibrant colour, and reflect a constant journey of self-discovery. She is a member of the International Women's Forum (IWF),, and an active member of the International Forum for a Culture of Peace by world  Women Creators. She lives and works in Tokyo.

Elizabeth stone

 

“  I coat on, layer over, sand off, erase, paint on top of, excavate, collage, spray away, remove and repeat. My work has many layers and the foundation for my art entails collaging papers from FLAX! Each piece transforms through equal parts order and chaos—come by and see the transformation!”

Rania Kamal 

Choosing to keep their clientele exclusive, Agora represents a select few artists. It too is on a mission to create artistic connections with the rest of the world in a bid to bring local Jordan artists to international acclaim. Amongst the chosen few artists that the gallery does represent are Tooler Kamer who is known for his red,  palette and Rania Kamal knew for her paintings featuring figure..

松永龍太郎

 

                                                                無論、描き手である松永さんにとってもその満足感は相当なものであったと想像するに難くないのですが、僕としても念願が叶った感じで、印象深いものとなりました。松永さんがよく取り上げるモチーフであるサテライトが、その無機的で未来的な姿を晒しています。そこにさらに有機的なモチーフも同時に取り上げられています。

 Malina corn 

Kyushu was an important stage for international interactions since ancient times. This was due to its geographical proximity to continental Asia and this Peninsula. Kyushu National Museum uses the concept of “understanding the formation of Japanese culture from the Asian historical perspective” as the basis for Cultural Exchange Exhibition (permanent exhibition; around 4,000m2 floor area). It introduces the history of cultural exchange between Japan and Asia. And Malina corn have some paintings in last year

 Allalia lin 

Allalia lin forms of life apart from our existing in other galaxies? The regularities of parallel universes may differ like our way of seeing the world around us varies from the perception of others. I would like to say that when creating this series of paintings, I strove for harmony, balance and the interconnection of compositions. balance which can be found in our world.

Devid Hall

Devid Hall work comes with unique techniqe  builder which ensures to strong and easier and faster 

Anila Quayyum Agha

Anila Quayyum Agha was born in Lahore, Pakistan. She has an MFA in Fiber Arts from the University of North Texas. Agha’s work has been exhibited in over seventeen solo shows and fifty group shows and has won numerous awards and grants. Most recently, Agha won the two top prizes at ArtPrize 2014, in the international art competition held in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her entry, titled “Intersections”, earned the ArtPrize 2014 Public Vote Grand Prize and split the Juried Grand Prize in a tie.

Agha works in a cross disciplinary fashion with mixed media; creating artwork that explores global politics, cultural multiplicity, mass media, and social and gender roles in our current cultural and global scenario. As a result her artwork is conceptually challenging, producing complicated weaves of thought, artistic action and social experience.

Anila Quayyum Agha examines issues of global politics, cultural identity, mass media and gender roles in her multi-disciplinary practice. The Pakistani-American artist is best known for her immersive, large-scale light installations in which she laser-cuts elaborate patterns into three-dimensional cubes. Suspended and lit from within, the cubes cast lace-like, floor-to-ceiling shadows that completely transform the surrounding environment, alluding to the richly ornamented public spaces such as mosques that Agha was excluded from as a female growing up in Lahore.

In addition to her suspended light installations, Agha also creates wall-mounted sculptural works, including her Flowers series (2018) that explores love and loss inspired by the mixed emotions she experienced following her son’s wedding and mother’s passing, events that happened in the same year. Although these works may appear decorative, they are imbued with meaning, from the floral patterns that express the beauty and femininity of her mother, to the metallic threads commonly used for wedding dresses in Pakistan. The visual elements collectively amplify the interplay between the matrimonial and the funereal, and by extension, the larger cycle of life.

To produce these elaborate works, Agha laser-cuts vibrantly hued encaustic paper with intricate patterns and adorns them with light-reflecting embroidery and beads. These exquisitely detailed drawings are framed within shadow boxes, allowing light to pass through the cut-outs and cast patterned shadows in a manner similar to her large-scale light installations. The framing and shadows allow these works to transcend their two-dimensionality.

Anila Quayyum Agha has an M.F.A.in fiber arts from the University of North Texas. She has exhibited her work across the globe, including in the 2018 Kansas City Biennale, curated by Dan Cameron; the Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts; the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York; the Dallas Contemporary Art Museum, Texas; the National Museum of Sculpture, Valladolid, Spain; and the Cheongju Craft Biennale, Korea. Her work is in the collections of the Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio; the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan; and the Kiran Nader Art Museum, New Delhi. In 2014, Agha was awarded the popular and juried vote at ArtPrize for her installation Intersections, a first in the history of the Grand Rapids-based competition.

Born in Lahore, Pakistan, 1965 | Lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana

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