Don’t Stop Believing in Yourself with Anastasia Viaznikova

Don’t Stop Believing in Yourself with Anastasia Viaznikova

January 17, 2021

Anastasia Viaznikova is a contemporary artist working in mixed media. In this article we speak with Anastasia Viaznikova about her development as an artist and how her work continues to evolve.

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Woven from a Thousand Legends with Elena Petryk

Woven from a Thousand Legends with Elena Petryk

September 28, 2020

Ukrainian artist, Elena Petryk artwork holds a classical painting approach, with a primary focus on the esoteric and world of myths and legends that exist across various cultures. Learn more about her creativity in this interview.

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A Constant Dialogue with Dipti Pandey

A Constant Dialogue with Dipti Pandey

September 09, 2020

Dipti Pandey is an Indian artist, who was born and brought up near the suburbs of Mumbai city.  Her distinctive style is based on minimalism and she generally likes to work in mixed media. Learn more about Dipti and her work in this interview. 

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What I Have Found with Roland Kaiser

What I Have Found with Roland Kaiser

August 28, 2020

Roland Kaiser is a German artist, who brings life to abandoned, neglected everyday items by re-purposing them into contemporary works of art . Learn more about his work in this interview.

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A Land Free of Society's Grip with Phil Leith- Tetrault

A Land Free of Society's Grip with Phil Leith- Tetrault

August 21, 2020

Phil Leith-Tetrault's attempts to vividly convey the experience of being in remote, northern environments, providing a mental break from the confines of our modern surroundings and society. Learn more about his work in this interview. 

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To Be Born in a Simpler Time with Stille Skygger

To Be Born in a Simpler Time with Stille Skygger

August 17, 2020

Stille Skygger's works are based on Dark Art and Surrealism. She loves to associate beauty with "dark" objects because she believes that the universe does the same. According to her, bad things contain a part of goodness in them and in the same way all the good things have a dark side. 

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Questioning the Social Concepts of Female Beauty with Su Yang

Questioning the Social Concepts of Female Beauty with Su Yang

August 11, 2020

Su Yang's paintings focus on the theme of female representation, specifically about female beauty and the body from a feminist perspective. Su had been thinking about the theme while reading magazines and blogs, watching news and films, and browsing social media. She was also inspired by the news of women who underwent failed cosmetic surgery procedures.

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Diving for the Pearls of Love, Wisdom and Power with Mauro Ricco Zaraj

Diving for the Pearls of Love, Wisdom and Power with Mauro Ricco Zaraj

May 15, 2020

Italian artist Mauro Ricco Zaraj sees himself as a cosmic/galactic art channeler, whose co-creation partners are the suns, stars, planets and galaxies known and unknown, close and far distant. His discusses his creative work and inspiration in this interview with ArtBaazar

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'A Fate Bequeathed To Me' with Sokratis Evgenidis

'A Fate Bequeathed To Me' with Sokratis Evgenidis

May 08, 2020

Sokratis Evgenidis is a Greek artist, exploring the world around us and trying to create a visual expression that encompasses mankind's place in the evolution of the universe. In this interview he speaks about his work, influences and his place in the world.

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'Moving towards the 'Unknown' with Mark Fleming

'Moving towards the 'Unknown' with Mark Fleming

March 19, 2020

Mark Fleming is an illustrator/artist working in Dublin. He draws stylised images on a range of subjects, including his hometown, Dublin. His style is loosely abstract and expressionist, sometimes dealing with social or environmental issues. Most of the artworks he produces are done digitally, and is experimenting with a mixed medium of digital and acrylic. Mark has recently had his first exhibition in The Ireland Institute, Dublin.

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Transcending Life with Childhood Innocence with DB Waterman

Transcending Life with Childhood Innocence with DB Waterman

March 06, 2020

Dutch artist, DB Waterman assembles original photography, assorted papers, acrylics, oil, charcoal, ink, and pencil in her works. The variety of resources she is able to use has proved indispensable to her. The biggest challenge the collage medium posed was its unforgiving lack of transparency. 

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The Quest for Movement with Thierry Faure

The Quest for Movement with Thierry Faure

February 28, 2020

Thierry Faure's first passion, sixty years of complicity with horses. The rider in him, paints them for the quest of movement : polo, racing, dressage etc…., the painter in him, paints them as a pretext for a quest of harmony.

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