Anrika Rupp says on her Series Galaxies in a Box: “I stand before nature asking: why?… I observe and look for patterns, symmetry; a tendency product of our evolution. With their resolution range, our eyes see certain sizes. Developing tools to see what is larger or smaller, we observe patterns and repetitions within scales emulating other scales. Few simple rules create all that we see in nature’s design, efficiency, and scalability. In my studies, spheres arise persistently. Viruses are spherical as planets, moons, and, most celestial bodies. My latest series of spherical objects is inspired by the space wanderers documented by the Hubble Space telescope..
Anrika Rupp, born in New York, lives in Miami and Caracas, Venezuela. A Columbia University School of Engineering, Bachelor of Science, she also studied Communications Design at Parsons School of Design, New York. Exhibited at European or American fairs, galleries and institutions, her Art is in collections worldwide. Anrika merges Art with Science. In mathematics, a permutation arranges members of a set in sequence or order. Rupp studied the phenomena moving forward to create a trademark for her own Phermutations program. She says: “Atoms interact without divulging the secret of what we call life and why certain combinations result in a living being and others.
Nataly Schloser, a Venezuelan artist based in Miami, FL, is a graduated Lawyer and a very promising unique Visual Artist. Her artistic career began when she experimented with mosaics to create unique pieces of furniture, covering dining table tops, bars, walls, screens, and headboards. She has collaborated with numerous architects and designers, as well as a worked freelance in Panama, Venezuela, and the USA. Recently, Nataly explored the art of photography, merging it with her passion for mosaics. She calls this technique: Intervened Photography. By applying this artistry, she achieves an unmatched perspective of texture, shine, and color to her work, creating one-of-a-kind pieces. We can.
Merrill Steiger lives and works in NYC and Woodstock. Steiger’s Art reflects her travels, spiritual practice and collage composition. She developed color fragmentation juxtaposing strong colors and hard-edged shapes. Back from Mexico, Merrill painted abstract architectural images relating the art of an ancient culture into her own art, also visited spiritual Power Spots charged with positive energy, contacting the art of Aboriginal Australians, indigenous Africa or Asia traditions in Cambodia, Vietnam, India, the Himalayas and Japan, making collages influenced by origami and Japanese colors. Influenced by bodybuilding, she painted abstracted nudes. The meditation inspired the series Zen Dot Energy reflecting India’s circles and chakras. Her.
Art is the language of my thoughts and the way to express myself. My inspiration comes from my surroundings and experiences lived. I sort thru the images that “make sense” from what was photograph and weave them into fragments that tell a story. Some are printed either on canvas or paper utilizing mixed media to deliver the intended message. Others I like leaving a pristine photograph. The purpose of it all is to capture instances in time that form a story, one that is interpreted by the observer who add their biases as hey reflect on the images. In the series “Clones” after working on.
“To create my sculptures I use marine grade stainless steel that is cut on a band saw. The metal is then grinded down to smooth the edges. After this process, I sand the stainless steel from 50 to 400 grit and next buff it out with rouge. Then, I start to form the metal around organic objects and jigs that I previously created. When the metal reaches a form to my liking, I sand it out, polishing it again to achieve the mirror finish. The balances of my sculptures are strictly done on a trial and error basis. They are kinetic and move for several.
I am a storyteller driven by the human condition. I paint stories of the human experience finding myself compelled by the stratums of circumstance, choice, emotion and fate, combined with the energy and influence of the past as all conjoined lay prism to the future. The interconnectedness of all elements of all time. What is seen and not seen. Known and not known. Contemporaneous, interacting and incessantly influencing one another in a continuum of the past, present, and future. The entirety exists concurrently. I paint for history; to render the human relationship with eternity, to demonstrate that the human reality as we experience it is.
Born in 1970 in Paderborn, Germany, Henrik developed an interest for the ocean and animal world from a very young age. After studying marketing and political economy for a few years in Hamburg, he pursued his true calling, realizing that he was happier in the water than on land. Immediately after Discover Scuba, his passion for the seas and marine life was solidified. At that point, in 1998, Henrik left Germany and relocated to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. While in the US, he perfected many diving specialties such as wreck and rescue diving, underwater photography, video and dive master. He has over 400 recorded dives in.
Fu Wenjun (Chinese: 傅文俊; pinyin: Fù Wénjùn, born 1955), Born in Chongqing in 1955, he graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. Currently he is a freelance artist, is a member of the China Photographer Association, and of the America Professional Photographer of America (PPA). A top-class artist, a first-order photographer in China, he has been repeatedly a member of the evaluation committee in several art competitions. He held art exhibitions in Paris in the Grand Palais des Champs-Elysées, in New York in the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, in Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, in Yokohama Art Museum, in Hong Kong City Hall, in Dubai Community Theatre and Arts.