The great thing about painting is not necessarily the aesthetic beauty, although this is obviously a factor when judging a piece, it’s also about visualisation and seeing things from a different perspective. Everything can be seen as a stepping stone in life. A building block that can push us
Washington based artist Anne Truitt was a very special talent and used drawing as part of her daily ritual, applying a variety of techniques on paper using graphite, ink, pastel, and acrylic.
I was looking for flowing shapes and something bright and much to my pleasure came across the work of Hungarian Illustrator and artist Anna Kövecses who resides in Cyprus.
Artist Benjamin Ewing is a creative that caught my attention, he should be commended for the freedom and expression in his work as it's not easy to span across so many different mediums.
Rosemarie Auberson is a painter whose work combines collage, painting and drawing. Her work is abstract, using thin but also bold lines, and bright contradictory colours.
Parisian artist Alma Charry stood out for her minimalist approach, but I was especially captivated by her mixed media projects, which often involve coloured card and paper.
Kitty, a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Toulouse, creates drawings and paintings at her studio in France. I was especially impressed by the muted colours and dynamic lines.
Titled after the book On the Art of Building, this series is an exploration in how we define space, wanting to break down the complex nature of structure and reduce to essential elements.
This series titled 'Light Mark' is created using simple means, just a pen on paper. Without using a ruler Kazuki Nakahara repeats lines at the same angle and direction.
Sophie-Elizabeth Thompson, a British artist living in Barcelona, experiments with a mixture of sculpture that's abstract, minimal and pure.
Luis Callejas is showing at the Neutra VDL Research House, he's created Veiled textile drawings in collaboration with textile artist Charlotte Hansson.