If you are a New Yorker, you don't want to miss this exhibition presented by the Metropolitan Museum of Art (from November 13, 2017 through February 12, 2018) - "Michelangelo - Divine Draftsman and Designer"! Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564), a towering genius in the history of Western art,
Jolanta Talaikiene is a Lithuanian artist, graphic designer and children books' illustrator. After finishing her graphic design studies at Vilnius Art Academy, she worked at Lithuanian Film Studios drawing cartoons. Later she worked at the Ministry of Interior of Lithuania as a graphic designer and taught design at the Vilnius Design Institute.
In 2011, Jolanta came to the United States, where she has been working on a series of acrylic paintings.
Sofia Balas is a talented American artist from Cripple Creek, Colorado. Her extraordinary work is inspired "by the concepts of dimensional perception and an evolving spiritual/esoteric motif."
"I use my paintings to show facets of love and to incorporate themes of nature into a 'surreal' setting", says Sofia. "My images are meant to challenge viewers into questioning their awareness and inviting reflection. Through art, going beyond the surface to find a deeper meaning, another dimension, another reality…"
Audrey is a Scottish artist and a poet who has been compelled to create these beautiful angelic images by channeling her angels.
She is a reiki master, and healer with 20 years experience. Many worldwide are intrigued by the unique style of her artwork which is done by intuition. Inspired by love of humanity emotions such as hope, faith and trust are captured within the etheric images.
Stacey Littledeer is a Native American Artist, a member of the Southeastern Cherokee Nation out of Georgia. She is an artist without schooling or formal training, but possesses great talent and passion.
Stacey Littledeer has worked for years developing her style that is uniquely her own. Using pastel and watercolors, Stacey has developed a unique vision that she shares through “Spirit Paintings”.
Gio Kadagishvili - our contributor from Tbilisi, Georgia, is not only a talented artist and photographer, but also - an inspiring teacher and a friend. "You are a star", says Gio to his students and friends. Every time his friends come to his art studio, Gio asks them to step on the ladder and paint their personal star on the ceiling. (see below, picture 2).
" For 47 years of my life", says Igor, "I was engaged in gathering impressions, emotions, feelings. Hundreds of books read, films watched, people met... There are people whose steps still sound in my heart... How many thoughts and words of great men broke into my head.... and wonderful music that always remained in my heart: from Mozart to Pink Floyd, from Tchaikovsky to Benson..."