Anna McNeil

Through her painting Anna McNeil investigates the selective processes of memory in accordance to imagined narratives. Taking inspiration for the compositions from found photographs she manipulates the image by adding or erasing details and placing the characters in compositions that

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Anna McNeil

Through her painting Anna McNeil investigates the selective processes of memory in accordance to imagined narratives. Taking inspiration for the compositions from found photographs she manipulates the image by adding or erasing details and placing the characters in compositions that

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Charity Blansit

Charity Blansit was raised in Missouri and moved to Barcelona in 2000 where she continues to live.  Having grown up in the pristine Ozarkian woods her relationship to the city is almost obsessively related to the over abundance of litter.  Since

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Charity Blansit

Charity Blansit was raised in Missouri and moved to Barcelona in 2000 where she continues to live.  Having grown up in the pristine Ozarkian woods her relationship to the city is almost obsessively related to the over abundance of litter.  Since

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Sandra Trask

When asked how Trask views her work, she first responded with this Keller quote: “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.”– Helen

Sandra Trask

When asked how Trask views her work, she first responded with this Keller quote: “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.”– Helen

Maria Solà

To Solà life is a constant theatre in which her work is based on performance, play and documentation of nearly every waking moment.  Her vision is beyond that of normal reality and one can view her slighted perspective in the

Maria Solà

To Solà life is a constant theatre in which her work is based on performance, play and documentation of nearly every waking moment.  Her vision is beyond that of normal reality and one can view her slighted perspective in the

Michele Bajona

Michele Bajona lives in Barcelona where he paints and practices architecture. In 1988 he became a member of the artistic circle La Soffitta where he discovered the magic of watercolors thanks to maestro Otello de Maria. In 2001 he began

Michele Bajona

Michele Bajona lives in Barcelona where he paints and practices architecture. In 1988 he became a member of the artistic circle La Soffitta where he discovered the magic of watercolors thanks to maestro Otello de Maria. In 2001 he began

Milla Svoboda

Milla Svoboda makes intimate and poetic drawings from prints of her own skin. Her compositions suggest oneiric landscapes. Her method of using her body to make prints in ink, from which she selects her small landscape compositions, creates an interesting

Milla Svoboda

Milla Svoboda makes intimate and poetic drawings from prints of her own skin. Her compositions suggest oneiric landscapes. Her method of using her body to make prints in ink, from which she selects her small landscape compositions, creates an interesting

Olaf Brzeski

Perhaps we will, one day, wake up. This is a good question which at the same time places the story in a dream, and I suppose it gives the best context for the reality I formed. I consider nature no

Olaf Brzeski

Perhaps we will, one day, wake up. This is a good question which at the same time places the story in a dream, and I suppose it gives the best context for the reality I formed. I consider nature no

Jacques Lefebvre

A stillness and solitude emanates from the photographic work of Jacques Lefevbre. Through his images of abandoned tools or objects and empty public spaces, he invites reflection on the impotence of these once used entities. Once used for action, these

Jacques Lefebvre

A stillness and solitude emanates from the photographic work of Jacques Lefevbre. Through his images of abandoned tools or objects and empty public spaces, he invites reflection on the impotence of these once used entities. Once used for action, these