Art and photography has completely changed my life both thinking and the way I choose to live my life.
For 20 years working as photographer and related jobs, bring me load of time spending with myself and also be able to explore the things surrounding such as human, nature and life.
A camera is such a media to express my ideas, my feeling and my soul while an abstract that shown truly I am will always hide in my work.
An art history helps getting the way of working; Thought changes .... Works changes.
The basic is our mind. A fineness of thought and feeling will create beautiful and creative works.
I consume variety of arts everyday for myself inspirations and un-cling my thought all the time.
I always racing with myself and that bring me a happiness.
Herzlich willkommen in meiner Galerie!
‘Keine Kunst ohne Trunkenheit. Dann aber: göttliche Trunkenheit! Die Vernunft möge verschwinden! Rausch! Das höchste Stadium des Rausches! In den brennendsten Wahnsinn getaucht! Viel weiter als je der Alkohol führt! Die Kunst ist die leidenschaftlichste Orgie des Menschen. Kann man Menschen begegnen, die von Kunst ganz nüchtern sprechen und einfach sagen: ‘Ich werde mir gleich ein Bild anschauen‘, ohne mit den Zähnen zu klappern? - als ob es sich nicht um die tiefste und totalste Ausschweifung handle, eine Art Sabbat, wohin man sich wahrscheinlich nicht begibt, ohne daß das Herz beklommen schlägt, wenn man anderen anvertraut: ‘Ich gehe gleich zu einem Zauberer und lasse mich in eine Maus verwandeln.‘
Bryony Marie Fry is an Artist and a Musician born in 1988 in the U.K. She mainly produces unique multi-media pop art depicting images of Musicians. She also cover's many other subjects including nature, vintage fashion and digital artworks. She is currently working side by side with The Princes Trust Foundation to enable her business to get off the ground. She will donate a percentage of all profits to The Amy Winehouse Foundation and The Strummerville Foundation For New Music.
My preferred method is paperwork. I’m creating collages by using different kinds of illustrations, such as newspaper, books or calendars. For this handcraft I need good scissors and glue. I’m not using digital processing in my works.
My source of inspiration is life itself. Every encounter means inspiration. To express the vital forces is my intention.
When I start a new work, there is nothing I’m thinking of, no idea. It’s a flow. My intuition is leading me.
When the work is finished, I’m always surprised of the result. It’s a journey.
Kestutis Kasparavicius was born in 2 June, 1954 Aukstadvaris, Lithuania.
In 1962- 1972 studied at M.K.Ciurlionis Art School, a choir conducting class.
In 1972- 1981 studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vilnius, a graphic design class.
Since 1984 he has been working as a children`s books illustrator and author and has
completed 48 books.
His works has published for various publishers from whole world: Nieko Rimto, Vilnius;
Esslinger Verlag, Esslingen; Coppenrath Verlag, Munster; Grimm Press, Taipei;
Boyds Mills Press, Honesdale, Agertofts Forlag, Kopenhagen, Papadopoulos, Athens,
Calligram, Paris, Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico, Jakkajungsin Publishing, Seoul,
Daeyeon Publishing, Seoul, Livraria Martins Fontes Editora, Sao Paulo,
Editora Atica, Sao Paulo, Gotmer-Becht-Aramith, Bloemendaal,
Harry N.Abrams, New York, Thule Ediciones, Barcelona, Yavneh, Jerusalem.
Kestutis Kasparavicius books have published into 23 languages.
In 1993 he was honored as Illustrator of the Year by Bologna Children`s Book Fair,
2003 Bologna Illustrators Exhibition Award for Excellence and his illustrations have
selected for fair`s exhibition 13 times.
Kestutis was also awarted the Golden Pen of Belgrade, 1990, the II Diploma Premi
International Catalonia d`Illustracio, Barcelona, 1994, Diploma, Tallin Illustrations
Best Lithuanian Children`s Book, 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2009;
Lithuanian Children`s Literary Award, 2008;
The Gold Sign of Lithuanian Artists Assotiation, 2010;
Baltic Sea Region J?nis Baltvilks International Prize in Children's Literature and Book Art, 2010;
K?stutis was nomined for The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, 2005 and 2006 also
for The Hans Christian Andersen Award, 2008 and 2010.
Kestutis favorite technology is watercolour.
Antoaneta Melnikova-Hillman Is a self-taught artist. She consider her self Half-Bulgarian, Half- Russian and 36% American.
Her grandparents lost everything in the Revolution, and being Beluie/Waits/ where saving there lives emigrating to Turkey
,and lately to Bulgaria. She was born in Pleven- Bulgaria, where she began her career in the arts writing poetry,
like her father influenced by the beauty of the Russian literature and language. She published two books on
poetry and her poems and stories appeared in various newspapers and magazines throughout Bulgaria.
Antoaneta began to experiment with oils at the age of eighteen. Her works first appeared in group exhibitions
and later individually. More recently she exhibited her works in Cyprus with a series of paintings dedicated to women and love.
Her paintings are in private collections in Bulgaria, Italy , Cyprus,and USA In 2001 Melnikova -Hillman become accustomed to
a new home and culture here in America where she continues her career as an artist.
I'm a German artist and trained ceramic painter with a degree in Comparative Literature, working primarily in ink, pastels and colored pencils. Creating pictures is my life, and keeps me sane. There is nothing more rewarding for me than getting lost on the page and story of a new drawing. I like to think of my pictures as little "escapes" from reality where it's possible for fish to fly and for girls to ride on sea horses high above the city. I have been published in online and actual art magazines, and participated in exhibitions within Germany.