It exhibits interesting works from around the world. An integral part of every art work is a description-story. In addition to the visual image, each work has a description-story and contains a part of the creator’s soul.

Artists talk about themselves, their feelings, emotions and the process of creating an artwork. This helps to look at artwork from a different angle. After reading the description-story, the visitor will be able to better understand the artist and imbued with the spirit of his artwork.

Approaching Red Jump

About the opera: “Approaching Red Jump” is the Last Jump and the first.

The mountain: the place of transformation, the trampoline, the highest place from where to see all.

All that I did, all that I am and why I am. Through the red forest, ice and fire digged into the shape. A sturdy wind, full of scents pushes me...

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Dream

Beginning work on the painting "the Dream" served as the inspiration one television project. To convey the feelings and tragedy of what is happening, the canvas is made on a dark background. The main compositional center is the girl who jumped into the pond. Technique write-mixed. Broad strokes alternate with smooth, smooth. Main colors: black, blue, gray, green, white. The painting is covered with a protective varnish.

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Mystic river

The figures behind are a bit mysterious and i would like the audience to decide what they are. They are real o no. And river because for me music has waves of space.. that give us emotion... like the wave of the sea or the river...

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It is a digital drawing made with photoshop with a Wacom graphics tablet. This portrait was made for commission from several black and white photographs.

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Existential Ecstasy`s Propeller

I think about the problems of consumption. About the insatiability of people. New purchase becomes the meaning of life. I see it around me. This propeller of consumption accelerates faster and faster. There is irony here, because I did this artwork for the design of the shopping-bag.

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Front cover design for The Panpsychic journal

This artwork was created  in the days after the recent terror attack in Christchurch , New Zealand. I painted a meditation on human frailty, a large number of figures on canvas which I photographed. I then blended that with another photograph of a figurative construction I made from dry blades of grass, manipulating them together to create a more...

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Picturesque Harderwijk

Last year in May 2018 I visited the town of Harderwijk. A historic town that is buzzing with conviviality. You can enjoy your lunch, a beer or a cup of coffee on a terrace. Look at the people who walk along.

The Blue Rain (wisteria) was of course enormous, and it was an invitation to sit on the terrace under the wisteria

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The Good Temple

I love painting places I have visited, mainly my goal is to remember them based on my paintings instead of any photo I can make. If you share the site with a special person, more inspiration attracts the scene and if it is with a good Guinness from The Temple Bar it is almost irresistible to paint it!

I consider my painting as POST because maybe...

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It depicts a very special woman. She is a dreamer with a great inner life, strong and fragile at the same time. She is beautiful both outside and inside. The red and black colours represent her strength. Dreams and delicacy are represented by  the gesture, the posture and the turquoise blue.

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The beggar-Vaalinde

Her house was well hidden deep in the woods. The children had heard about her from the stories their parents used to tell at nights close to the fireplace. The centuries marked her strange face.Noone had seen her..noone except one man who managed to get out from the forest but he would never be the same again. Let me tell you what I found...

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I love fashion illustration because there’s so much creativity in fashion, I get inspired by the richness of details and the unexpected elements.  However, I don’t want it to be just about the clothes, I feel like the person inside has to...

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Flower Girls. Painting from the Communion Series.

Old family photographs of unknown people randomly found at flea markets around Europe were the model for the images. They were all group photos of people standing, supposedly before or after an extraordinary...

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I was inspired to draw this piece after watching Dylan act in teen wolf. He is one of my favourite actors and I wanted to express that by drawing one of my favourite scenes when he turns evil. Drawing for me is like keeping a diary. I’m always inspired by his acting and drawing him allows me to express this in my own way.

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Ashes to Ashes

I hope that when viewers see this artwork, they will feel a connection to the strength and beauty of nature. I am often inspired by places I visit, adding my own personal touch with a hint of imagination and whimsy.  While I enjoy painting realistically, more recently I’ve m...

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Portrait of Ani

This work is considered the shortest portrait in my practice, made in oil with nature. In total, it was spent about five hours. Teenage girl posed in two sessions.

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Scent of lilac

Texture and energy, texture is energy. The entire last series of my works stems from the realization that the #artist writes not what he sees, but what he knows. I know the world like that. I sense its vibrations, energy flows, rhythms. My task...

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Unfinished

This work was created as a reflection of my identity and  feeling of having yet to learn and discover more about myself and my creative abilities.

Identity. It's who we are, the characteristics that define us, the way we assert ourselves and the way we are viewed by the world. Unfortunately few are the individuals who choose their own identity. People's desire to belong results in them internalizing values from their dominant cultures and from how they are viewed by others, which values may not always...

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The wild waves of the night are a calm outside world, a girl who has only one shamisen and travels there. The big octpas does not harm her, protect her. "Let's laugh not to feel uneasy on a disturbing stormy night, but rather to play unbelievably" such feelings are included.

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It was almost a year ago when I came to a tinny village Panemune. This was my first university trip with Vilnius Academy of Arts. At first we were able to paint whatever we wanted (trees, fields, river, people, etc). The hostel where we stayed as a students used to be light pink and looked so beautiful in a sunny summer day! The lightening was perfect and the view was heartwarming I took out my paints and brushes and that's how this painting was born.

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Tree of Life

The Tree of Life is a series I just dove into but have been painting in my mind for years. I've always envisioned a way to combine realism and abstract in a way that somehow wasn't cheesy or unnatural. I want to depict an ethereal mood and other-worldlyness. A touch of surrealism because we get enough reality in our everyday, we don't need it in our art. Art should take you...

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This painting was inspired by my trip to Beijing. Ever since I started to pursue my Master Degree in Finance in Singapore, I have left China and lived in this humid country for over 5 years. The one thing I miss most in Singapore is Winter! I miss the cold and dry air, the bare trunks trembling in the chilly wind and the smoke coming out from some tiny restaurants along the street. Last year, I accidentally...

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Ambulatory of Dr. Stellman

 History of picture: With all the experiments with the zombies, the stuff start going crazy.

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Minerva McGonagall

As a great fan of the story of Harry Potter, I was inspired to paint this portrait of my favorite professor at the Hogwarts School.

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This work is inspired by a scene from the Danish film "Land of mine" by Martin Zandvliet from 2015, this film touched me deeply, as it tells the story of hundreds of young german soldiers who were forced to deactivate mines along the Danish coasts after of the Second World War. I do works of different styles and themes, but war is a constant theme in my work, because...

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Parasitized

This painting “Parasitized” is control, or a control freak who needs to control all of whose around them. Being the puppet master to controlling its victims like marionettes on a theatre stage...

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Frida Kohlors

This work I named Frida Kahlo for "Frida Kohlors", because I wanted to transport it to her own art. With a strong coloring, I want to express your ideas.

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Eye see you

I’m obsessed with interesting expressions painted with rich and vibrant colours. This piece was inspired by an ad in a magazine. I don't remember what the ad was for, but I’ll never forget the girl in the ad and her fierce, stubborn and childlike look.

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Him

And one day I was mad because my husband organized a family meeting without me and I was so mad that I took a canvas and started to mix paintings and tried to create a face with that ... this was my first “gueule d’amour” i painted called «anger».

And now I continue and try to express all these feelings through faces I paint . This one « Him » is also against my husband that got on my nerves another time , he was too strict so I decided to paint him with the 3 primary...

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We will win

I made this artwork at the beginning of the closing of Rome for the Covid 19 and my feeling was that together we will win, For the first time I was using japanese ink. The yellow color on the eyes represents the inner ability to see beyond.

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Due to working mostly in his workshop, a painter is hardly ever seen or heard. Many of them don’t even know how to promote themselves or are not very good at presenting their work. Meanwhile they talk to us through their art about most important things, they tackle burning issues. Visual images introduced by ART-BAZHAN speak about vital problems of our time. Guys do everything possible so that each painter could be...

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Mariia Michi

 

ART-GALLERY-SITE is an excellent art platform that aims to publicize the artistic works of amateur artists like me. They provided me with an excellent service for free by publishing one of my works. The personal treatment has been really cordial and I am glad to have collaborated with this site. I hope that other artists collaborate with this platform creating a high quality virtual and cultural space that will progress in the future.

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Álvaro Gómez-Pantoja Mateache

 

I immediately liked the idea to incorporate the artist's description in the showing of the work of art. So, as soon as these guys proposed me sending one of te paintings with description to them, I accepted. I usually give an idea of what a particular piece of art is about with an elaborate (often long) title. But going beyond that seems inappropriate as there is this feeling that some viewers don't care about the philosophy behind what they see. Well then, how good that there is a page where you do just that! Explain and describe your thoughts beyound your art and see other people's art described by them in detail. I like these guys, their eye for good art and great concepts and it has been an honor to support them and get support in return.

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Elvis Bodeci

 

I want to say thank you for choosing me as an artist, it was great experience to work with you because I share your point of art. I think you’ve  really got an eye on it. A manager who worked with me was really responsible, attentive, polite and flexible. I wish you luck and hope for further cooperation.

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