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An Invitation

The stories and inspiration behind Andrea Kowch’s paintings “stem from life’s emotions and experiences, resulting in narrative, allegorical imagery that [...]

Pulp Painter

Best known for painting provocative pulp and detective novel covers which often depict women seductively posed in various states of undress, Robert McGinnis illustrated this [...]

Do you like summer?

Always true to the Andy Warhol’s words that you don’t have to think about making art but just get it done, Alena Shymchonak tries to capture the energy and colors of [...]

Someone to Love

Known for lush and meticulously painted riffs on Old Masters that feature pop culture icons of the past, Isabel Samaras’ ribald images are woven with references to classic [...]

A Curvy Life

Lisandro Rota’s encounter with painting dates back to 1969. As a self-taught man, he begins with the landscape and then slowly moves to a different painting, more [...]

Naughty Nuns

Nuns play an important role in the public’s image of religious symbolism. A nun is a member of a religious community of women, typically living under vows of poverty, [...]

The Kiss

The meeting of lips par excellence since 1908, The Kiss is an oil painting, with added silver and gold leaf by the Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt, and was painted [...]

Nostalgia

Born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, in 1977, that’s right after traveling from Havana, where now he works and lives, to New York that Yoan Capote used his own luggage to [...]

Lonely Dolls

In the 1970s, when computers were beginning their ascent into world domination, Stacy Leigh was born. In her earliest years she was an artist. She painted and made clothes [...]

No place to call home

  What happens when what we call home doesn’t belong to us anymore? Mirta Vignatti starts from this question to develop a personal search among abandonments, [...]