Neil Thompson is a self taught artist based in the North East of England.
He works primarily with acrylic paint on gessobord.
All of his works are one of a kind and spread so much kindness and joy. Read More
Sophie Digard is a Parisian knitwear designer, and above all, a colorist. She began her enterprise in 1999. During the design process, Digard looks towards nature and artists Read More
Tatjana’s Raum love for dolls began when she operated her own Boutique some years ago and needed dolls for her shop window.
“I was so fascinated by the gracious figures that i started buying these dolls as well as busts on ebay. The fought of changing or even creating a manikin on my own, led me to search again and again for new materials and ideas Read More
I was looking around to find more information about Ezgi Pamir, the artist who literally brought a breath of fresh air in classic embroidery Read More
The art project “Warm day” – is a warm felt story in a cozy space. Warm characters, fond memories with a warm heart and warm hands. The heroine is a little girl who Read More
Jin Young Yu (JYY): My works are about the “invisible people.” I wanted to talk about the stories of the people who said, “I definitely don’t know them, but they knew me so well. They said they worked with me for over a year. To me, that person was a transparent existence Read More
“The editor software is just a tool to complete my pictures, I want to make an image, which looks like a real, unedited photo. I would like to shock people or make them smile with some Read More
Born in Lima, Perú in 1980, Ana Teresa Barboza lives and works in her native city. She studied painting in the Faculty of Art at Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PCUP).
“I’m interested in the different concepts one can arrive at by using clothing and embroidery Read More
Drawing is one of humanity’s greatest accomplishments. It is like playing music, where something very special is created out of the interplay between hearing, hand movements, the mind, and something else – the element that some call soul or heart, and others talent. Read More
In his respected work, Ways of Seeing, the art critic John Berger comments that:
unlike any other visual image, a photograph is not a rendering, an imitation or an interpretation of its subject, but actually a trace of it. No painting or drawing, however naturalist, belongs to its subject in the way that a photograph does.