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Doug Puller

LET’S MEET ARTNESS CONTEMPORARY ART MAGAZINE’ S COVER CONTEST WINNER ! STORM BY DOUG PULLER. @dougpullerartist Storm relates to the dangers and risks little girls are exposed to. It alludes to the sexual trafficking and other horrors they face in these times. The three girls hang web-like in the middle …

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Francesco Ruspoli

Born in 1958 in Paris from a British mother with a French background and a Belgian father with an Italian background, Ruspoli has presented his work in international art fairs and international galleries increasing worldwide exposure.  He has been recipient of a number of important international awards and medals such …

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Makotu Nakagawa

What comes after death? This age-old question has been the cornerstone for many artists over the years. Makotu Nakagawa approaches the subject with intimacy, clarity and graphic representation, depicting his father and his body through numerous stages of life, death and the spaces inbetween. Makotu was born in a rural …

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Masooma Rizvi Online Show

“I believe, that Art allows us to express our true feelings. It lets our inner-self show through our work. An artist becomes increasingly sensitive & inspired by the factors around. As this reservoir of observation expands, so does the depth of his work” – Masooma Rizvi

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Tania Nasir

Tania Nasir . An interior designer by degree. Have been passionate about painting since hi school. Have done a diploma in miniature painting and being taught by proficient teachers in the same genre.  “Art is a form of mediation that takes your imagination where reality cannot. It makes one see …

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Masooma Rizvi

“I believe, that Art allows us to express our true feelings. It lets our inner-self show through our work. An artist becomes increasingly sensitive & inspired by the factors around. As this reservoir of observation expands, so does the depth of his work” – Masooma Rizvi . A self-taught artist, I preferred …

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Vivian Stearns Kohler

My inspiration comes from an admiration of Asian Culture and my designs reflect that influce in contemporary fused glass pieces for home decor and jewelery. Other mediums I enjoy are oil and acrylic paint on watercolor paper which become biomorphic shapes. Oil is also a favored medium as I enjoy …

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Hildy Maze

My work is driven by a curiosity into the investigation of mind thru art. None of us can avoid thoughts, but through awareness of our pitfalls, beauty, strengths and weaknesses we can open windows into the mind. The core of my contemplative art practice is to visually embody the blind …

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Milisa Miner

Growing up I trained as a classical ballerina, danced professionally, traveled the world, got injured and quit. Not knowing what to do with myself I switched gears graduated college and entered the workforce where my day to day takes place in a world of numbers, guidelines, and structure. Realizing that …

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Lee Musgrave

Lee Musgrave specializes in abstract photography which he will exhibit in the 2018 11th Pollux Awards Exhibition in Barcelona and which was included in the 2016 Berlin Foto Biennale. His studio is in White Salmon, Washington, USA. Often, I toss bits and pieces of found ephemera onto my studio work table. When …

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