Pascal Bettex (@pascalbettex)
Pascal BETTEX sculptures cinétiques
C’est à Bâle, où il naît en 1953, que Pascal Bettex est fasciné, à l’âge de 10 ans déjà, par une exposition de Jean Tinguely.
Grand admirateur de l’ingéniosité des techniques du début du XXe siècle, il adore redonner vie à des mécaniques anciennes. Depuis 1999, il se dédie à l’art cinétique et se spécialise dans la création d’élucubrations mobiles, dont la base est un objet ancien ou une machine, qui reprend vie sous une nouvelle forme. Il y intègre des points de lumière qui projettent des ombres mobiles sur les murs ou aux plafonds, donnant une nouvelle dimension au mouvement.
Nouveauté en 2016 : les « engrena
Location: 1820 Montreux, Switzerland
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Tara McPherson (@taramcpherson)
Mike Biskup (@mikebiskup)
Everything and Everyone Connected - Imaginary landscapes and abstractions with watercolor and India ink.
In my paintings, everything flows together. Colors, lines and shapes - people, plants, and things are woven into one harmonious, functional system. I want to subtly remind viewers that we humans, in all our diversity, are essentially interconnected, and with thoughtfulness, can function together harmoniously as well.
I create a world of beauty and bounty by generously sharing my visions of Oneness.
De todo un poco, o un mucho.
James Jean (@jamesjean)
J ▲ K E S T ● L L E R Y (@jakestollery)
Jake Stollery’s work intersects the lines between Fashion, Art & Technology. It explores human identity in a digital landscape — jakestollery.com
Alvaro Sánchez (@sanchezisdead)
Visual artist and writer born in Guatemala City. He has collaborated and published with art, literature and design magazines from Guatemala and other nations around the world. His work has been exhibited in countries in Europe, Asia and America. He has published the book Mañana Muerta de Domingo 1st edition (Editorial X). And he maintains a fortnightly column in the newspaper where he writes about music called Reducto Sónico
Johnny Draco (@johnnydraco)
Johnny Draco is a self-taught visual artist hailing from Atlanta Georgia who specializes in post-pop art. With bold lines and contrasting colors, Draco’s art acts as conductor of one’s eye and perspective. His work aims to unlock the inner child, and provide the ultimate nostalgia for his viewers as he applies his personal truth “being a child is the purest form of creativity”.
ARTIST. Life-lover. Image-carnivore. Why all the music if we are not supposed to dance?
Daan Noppen (@daannoppen)
Artist in drawing and painting
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Valeria Harlay (@vcoloiera)
My life is a collage.
To make collages is one of my passions. I take pictures, I cut them, and I play with them until creating a harmony that I like. Sometimes I think they come to life and find their place in the composition by themselves. My collage takes shape and is transformed in the course of my experiences. With each creation I reveal my soul a little, I indulge in the difficult task of discovering myself, and being unveiled by the eyes of others. Each time I go to an inner journey.