Michael Katz takes everyday images, impressions one may remember from the past and by using a selective tinting process or a combination of light, contrast and use of colour, and with his creative talent and digital techniques, he transforms them into fascinating art works. These vivid images, in a nod to Dadaism and Nouveau Réalisme and later to the collages by Mimmo Rotella, become truly contemporary images and he blends them with a constant gradation and harmony of dimensions to become a fascinating collage of images and memories.
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Enzo Trapani was born in Santa Fe, Argentina and moved to the USA in the mid 80’s to become a doctor of neurology. However, it was not until he pursued his dream as an artist that his life changed. In order to reach people using colours and form, he spends a great deal of time creating, blending colours, taking photos, and shaping stones without altering nature
Chris paints using shapes and vivid single colours and she is particularly interested in painting circles and squares. She defines circles as representing generosity and a giving spirit while squares represent the order within life and sensibility. Her choice of colours is also essential to her art. The lines and recurring geometric shapes represent the texture of an emotion that Chris communicates through these carefully-selected colours and their nuances, which dominate every work
David states that “fine art is a form of expression where works are a visual metaphor for a shared experience. My latest work is about a process not unlike jazz composition, action initiated over a familiar structure. The paintings also respond to location, as my move to Florida has resulted in a greater emphasis on the depiction of light and I believe has heightened the importance of colour in my painting.”
Marybel Gallegos is a Mexican abstract artist who is inspired by aspects of living in Cancun and Playa del Carmen, Mexico: the light, the unforgettable beauty of the turquoise Caribbean Sea and the colour of the nearby forest. She uses different techniques such as watercolour, charcoal, pencil, and acrylics to create her work, but oil is her preferred technique because it gives her the most freedom to develop her innermost feelings