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Alessandro La Civita (@halocalo)
Dirk Marwig (@dirkmarwig)
LOVE IS THE ULTIMATE POWER.
THE QUESTION MARK (?) IS THE GREATEST SYMBOL.
USE BOTH ALL THE TIME AND YOU WILL FINALLY BE. Dirk Marwig (2014)
May 30.1960 born in Bochum, Germany
1966-1972 lives with parents in New York, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Rapid City, South Dakota, U.S.A.
1972-1981 basic schooling in Frankfurt, Germany
1981-1990 lives, studies and works in New York City
1981-1984 studies Art at Art Students League, (meets Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat…)
1987 works with Marc Jacobs (creates shoes and plastic jewelry for Marc Jacobs’ first successful show-Spring 1988) -his Rings appear on the cover of Vogue (October1987) othe
Mario Fischer (@mario_fischer)
kaho aoyama (@kahoyama)
- The cup is okay, but the painting isn't?
Nicole Duennebier (@nduennebier)
Painter in Boston Area... that area
Sam Timmings (@samtimmings)
Painter + winner of the 2016 Midland MRI National Youth Art Award, currently based in Wellington NZ.
Ania Bui (@aniabui)
I simply translate thoughts and ideas into visual solutions. My goal is to create work that influences the way people live and think. Other than that, I like listening to Doja Cat and collecting print junk.
Merith Ebbers (@thedancepart)
OBSERVE | LIFE | CAPTURE | BEAUTY | Ways of seeing by Merith Ebbers
hubert neal jr (@hubertnealjr)
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
Current header by @jangojim.
Follow the Ello Blog to meet rad new Ello'ers, get updates from the Ello team, and hear about exclusive Artist Invites and giveaways.
Federica Poletti (@fede_poletti)
Federica Poletti was born in
Modena, where she lives and works, in November 1980.
Degree in visual arts at Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna in 2005. She took part in numerous group and solo exhibitions in private galleries and public events.
The artist’s research is driven by continuous development of themselves and her own curiosity
within the unconscious and
personal space. Each work can certainly be recognized as the final stage of a concept before intuited and later expressed
through pictorial method.