Lorena Fernandez|Colombia

NEW CENTURY LANDSCAPE SERIES Lorena has been the symbol of evolution, and her work is the expression of one who moved from the purely conventional and academic to finding a proposal that would describe the reality of our current century. She was touched by concern over the global system, the …

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Kelly Fischer| USA-Switzerland

Kelly Fischer is a Switzerland-based/American born artist. Kelly always creates vibrant multicolored and powerful artworks. The artist says: “The colors that one chooses as an artist, are an unveiling of our creative personality. My intention is to provoke and present evocative artworks that leave an imprint on the soul… Color …

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Donna Haynes |USA

I’m interested in telling stories.   Stories and conversations about people I have encountered,   romantic relationships, and conversations with my inner self.   Stories make history.  I think its important to preserve our history.  Text is important in my work.  I have a love of handwriting.  Both my grandmothers had connections in …

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Ricardo Lowenberg |Mexico

Ricardo Lowenberg is a renowned Mexican Artist influenced by European Impressionism, as well as by Mexican muralists and masters such as Diego Rivera (1886-1957), David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974), Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991) and Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). Lowenberg says: “The decision of being ourselves is difficult, very few of us have succeeded. To …

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Lolo Loren | The Netherlands

Lolo Loren, born Lise Lorraine Gelderman, in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, signs her art with LL that stands for all the L’s in her names and life. Today, Lolo lives at Ibiza with her children. Inspired by the island, the light, the objectivity of the people, the absolute tranquility versus the bohemian …

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Zammy Migdal | Israel- USA

Zammy Migdal was the Guest Artist at Contemporary Projects USA booth in Art Santa Fe tells: “In my work, energy flows to form clarity and purpose. While water and words are easy to pour, impossible to recover, I shape metal into form, but it is the emptiness inside the forms …

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J. Margulis | Venezuela

“Eppur si muove…” (And yet it moves…) Galileo Galilei, 1564-1682 Margulis (b. Caracas 1970) presents his kinetic sculptures colorful or monochrome, in which color and transparency create a surprising effect of change and movement that will transport the viewer to a new dimension. J. Margulis is a multitalented artist that …

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Miguel Paredes | USA

New York born worldwide celebrated Urban Realist, combines cutting-edge techniques of street art, POP and Japanese animation for his own genre of trend-forward works. His unique style inspired by Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, and his mentor Ronnie Cutrone, Warhol’s assistant at The Factory during his productive prestigious years. Cutrone’s bright …

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