• Streets of Havana – Joan Lemler

      Friday, 26 May 2017 14:39

      Photography gives me the stillness I long for, and that desire for solitude is reflected in the images I seek, often in urban environments.  My photographs are never crowded with people, but rather inhabited by one or two persons, or infused with traces that people have left behind. I want to pay homage to ordinary […]

    • Crystal Ruth Bell Residency

      Friday, 7 November 2014 17:26

          Crystal Ruth Bell ResidencyTo honor the spirit and and life of our friend Crystal, Red Gate, together with China Residencies, is thrilled to announce the inauguration of the Crystal Ruth Bell Residency.  The artist selected will be awarded a fully-funded three month residency from December until February. The first Crystal Ruth Bell Residency will be run from […]

    • Armato Vincenzo

      Thursday, 3 July 2014 21:22

      I was born in Mazara del Vallo, where I live and work. After a long journey into the soul of Modern and Contemporary Art, I decided to live a new experience, creating the project Smoke Artist. That is, pasting packets of cigarettes, lighters, matches, maps, and cigarette butts. I want to convey in my works […]

    • Dina Hasiakou

      Thursday, 3 July 2014 18:54

      As an artist, working in various projects, I mainly focus on video art and paintings. Although I have a series of artwork based on a specific concept, the final artwork is abstract so it can be interpreted differently by each viewer. For my paintings I use plastic colors because they allow me to intervene directly […]

    • Anna-Kajsa Alaoui

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 21:32

      My inspiration comes from the nature surrounding the area where I live in the south of Sweden, on an island in the Baltic, from the human body, and from within. The nearness of water and the open landscape creates a lot of light in various shapes, and the way that this light alters objects and […]

    • Roxana Werner

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 21:19

      My work consists of three major projects developed throughout my career: El Porqué de Valparaíso (Why Valparaíso?), La Huella del Tiempo (The Footprint of Time), and Del Salitre a Iquique (From Saltpeter to Iquique). It is vital to experience the geographical and ethnographic spaces in situ, in order to connect emotionally and intellectually with my […]

    • Paul Scott Malone

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 21:14

      My paintings, which are often referred to as “atmospheric expressionism” for their dreamscape colors and bizarre images, are largely an attempt to determine how far the human imagination can stretch itself, by allowing the work to push the limits of the mind’s eye. I believe the human imagination is as deep and as vast as […]

    • Charlotte Leadbeater

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 19:19

      I have always loved drawing directly from my subject, particularly figures in movement, portraits, and dramatic landscapes. I like wild, dramatic places and watching athletes and dancers at the peak of their fitness. I work with mixed media using torn paper, acrylics, and oil pastels, but love working purely in oils too. I love the […]

    • Rita Kenyon

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 19:10

      I’m driven by color—it excites and inspires me. As I paint, I’m conscious of the energies that colors possess, especially as agents of healing that can transform us. Color can change how we feel. I work fast and I’m always in motion, like dancing, I need space. Sometimes I work with paintings on the ground […]

    • Grace Marie Keller Wurtz

      Tuesday, 1 July 2014 19:01

      Everything around us is wavelengths, from sound to color. I believe they play a big part in our emotions. Different wavelengths—color in this case—get a different answer from the viewer. I use recordings of music as something to inspire my emotions. I let the freedom of creation take the piece where it wills. Music and […]

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