Albert Zwaan (@albertzwaan)
Painter (NL) Europe
Albert Zwaan paints urban landscapes. Desolate-looking buildings, surrounded by a lush landscape or abstract, decorative patterns. Landscapes without any people in them. For Zwaan, painting is all about the proper proportions: the contrasts and harmonies between the various colours, the forms and use of paint are all reconsidered with every new canvas.
Zwaan has a striking palette in which soft, pastel shades are dominant. Colours reminiscent of cartoons, graffiti, and weathered paint in old shipyards. Read more: http://www.albertzwaan.nl/01.text
Anneke van Wolfswinkel 2015
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Amber Young (@amber)
Ello Lead Curator
Sounds, shapes, textures, and tastes.
Header art by @designgraphik
A Ruiz Villar (@aruizvillar)
A Ruiz Villar. Works. Barcelona, Spain
Jesse Greene (@jessegreenephotography)
Painting pictures with photos.
Ruth Hiller (@ruthhiller)
I'm a painter who splits my time between NYC and Boulder, Colorado. I paint abstract geometric work on shaped panels. Currently represented by Kenise Barnes Fine Art. www.kbfa.com
Richard Saul Backer (@dickiesaul)
I remember Kennedy being elected, and many exciting events in-between.
Mikkel Rundin Ørsted (@mikkelrundin)
Student at the Royal Danish art Academy
Live and work in Copenhagen
Samuel Vanderveken (@droomerland)
The works by Samuel Vanderveken often thematically revolve around 'the absurd'. This is expressed in scenes, either figurative or abstract, where everything seems possible, in an abundance of colors and shapes. Pleasantly chaotic or with a hint of madness. The images are kickstarted by an experiment and evolve into an idea, or vice versa, as if the artist finds himself on a crossroad, where any direction seems valid. Although the works have meaningful titles, there is still room for the imagination, interpretation and wonder.
Arnaud Enroc (@arnaudenroc)
Dutch collage artist | beginner | exploring her creative egde | paper cut collages |
Adriano Pimenta (@adrianopimenta)
An Architect from Porto
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kaho aoyama (@kahoyama)
- The cup is okay, but the painting isn't?
Wong Ping (@wongping)
Gala Knorr (@galaknorr)
Gala Knörr is a Spanish multidisciplinary artist who has worked in painting, photography and video. Her practice explores the intersection of technology and identity in contemporary society. She is The R. Solomon Guggenheim Museum Basque Artist Program fellow 2017. Her first institutional solo exhibition will open on September 28th at Fundación Bilbaoarte in Bilbao (Spain).
James Marshall (@dalek)
fine lines between the color wheels of space
Gregory Euclide (@gregory_euclide)
Artist and educator from Minnesota River Valley. Owner of Thesis Project - Sound Collaboration.
Matthew Podsiad (@exitfish)
I am a web developer & designer in NYC.
I like coffee.
galleri NB (@gallerinb)
It is art's ability to fascinate, that makes it interesting
Galleri NB wants to share the joy of valuable art with as many people as possible.
The gallery cooperates with Danish and international artists.
NB Gallery was founded in 1987 by Thorkild NB Nielsen, and is still developing - artistically, in size and in content.
The gallery is placed in Viborg, with more than 600 m2 available for exhibitions.
As a natural part of galleri NB, a project room for new, promising artitst - NBeX project is associated.
John Reuss (@reuss)
John Reuss - visual artist, born 1973 in Germany, now living and working in Denmark.
david hughes (@daveh_design)
Architect. LEGO artist. London
Uses the city as his studio; focused on finding solutions on how to show public art in private spaces.
Rachael Tarravechia (@tarravechia)