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I paint because painting gives me happiness and I hope that my paintings give happiness to others.
My creativeness is helped by listening to BBC radio 6 music, irreverent comedy, walking and looking at things, eating cake, sitting in fields and imagining things.
Thu Huong NGUYEN -DUFOURMANTELLE
A moment for meditation through brush strokes and colours
I am on a quest of combining great composition in an abstract way, with a world of infinity by creating lots of atmospheric depths and placing a myriad of details
JOAQUIN DE PÓO (jpoofinearts)
“Hay que viajar por la realidad con imaginación” “You have to travel through reality with imagination”
“I hope one day my work will be known around the world and bring joy to all people”
The most difficult thing is to start your career as an artist. And it does not matter how good your art is when you do not have any “right” contacts,
” I’ve learned to be prepare for mistakes and now I wait for that moment when I know I won’t be able to go back to a clean surface. Every line
From school and throughout my working life I have painted, mostly for my own amusement but also in response to endless friends’ requests for portraits of themselves, their children or
Hélène Habbot Bautista
I like creating an image and an atmosphere which bring the spectator up to a story, but he has to imagine it: what happened before? what happens next?
I really don’t know how I differentiate from other artists – I just know that I paint in my own style which has developed over the years and people seem
Thor Magnus Kapor
I am an Iceland-based artist painting landscapes with oil pastel technique. ‘Paint and sail’ is the motto I live by.
As music is the poetry of sound, so is painting the poetry of sight” (James McNeil Whistler)
When painting oils, the set up has to be ‘just right’, there is a mental build up to the whole process. There is a controlled ‘angst’ as I paint. The