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Unexpected Versatility; Abstract art for home pt.2

On the contrary to the common impressions on abstract artworks, “They belong to the museums’ and galleries’ walls but not my place,” they are the excellent candidates for your home decor.  It…

The search of undefined truth; Abstract art for home pt.1

We fantasize Have you ever looked up the sky with the telescope in wonder? Do your kids never stop asking you ‘why’ about everything? We humans are extra curious and unreasonably imaginative.…

The Ephemeral Art of Dancing in the Forest

 Fireworks, glass, cherry blossoms… The world is full of ephemeral things. It is probably in our fundamental human nature to find beauty in such things.  Butterflies are probably the most ephemeral of…

The shape of light. Interview with Shinji Fujino.

 He has had numerous exhibitions in Japan and participated in an artist-in-residence in Slovenia in 2019. Fujino is active in creating and exhibiting with artists in Europe. We interviewed him about everything…

Three artist who Painting by Spinning.

 Today, some 50 years after the birth of the field of fiber art, it has failed to take deep root in the art world, despite signs of its rise.  Originally, fiber art…

THE (B)LAST of SUMMER 2020 IN ART – PART 2 –

The last week of August. It is the most sentimental days of summertime for many of us. It is the end of summer break for kids. College cities are reviving with the…

Eros, Agape and Artists.

 However, the source of the artist’s creativity is surprisingly close to home, especially when it comes to themes such as love and affection. In particular, love and affection are especially familiar.  Picasso’s…

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