Yoshihiko Tsutsumi, a Tokyo-based Japanese artist rooted in the vibrant atmosphere of Ginza, transcends conventional artistic boundaries, seamlessly navigating 2D, 3D, and installation mediums. Influenced by the immersive environment of his uncle's cinema billboard painting atelier in Kumamoto, Japan, Yoshihiko draws inspiration from the captivating interplay of colors and dripping marks on the studio floor.
Nature is the raw material of Elizabeth Dorazio, an artist who adopted drawing as a means of expression. Handmade paper, reused wood, textile fibers serve as a support for images that the artist composes from a vast repertoire collected from scientific publications and the internet, images of manifestations from nature - observable or intelligible.
The use of line has always been the constant within art. Whether it be employed as the protagonist of the work or the tool used to uncover the subject matter, lines have been an ever present element, dictating the depths and layers of a composition. “Moving Art” examines what it means to create a dynamic work of art and capture a movement. How does an artwork come to life? How does it capture the audience’s attention and carry it through the work to tell a story?
Being it an allegory itself, summer represents and ultimately embodies abundance. For instance in nature, summer is when flowers and all beings come to life. Similarly for us humans, summer is when all positive feelings surface allowing for a better appreciation of everything we do. An overall positive emotional and psychological seasonal response grants us the ability and forsite to experience our environment with more grounding. To this effect, A Summer Allegory aims to encompass this summer’s glamour through a selection of artists, forms and subject matter. An overall connubium of colour, expression and medium.
‘Appearance’ explores the intrinsic essence of the artist’s vision and the experiences which led to the creation of these vessels. Katia Al Tal uses resin as her chosen medium to create her ethereal sculptures embodying the organic nature of her creative process.
I believe that visual art is an important medium to make people see and perceive the truth. I tried to express my thoughts, feelings of peace and the love of humanity in a different colorful perspective.
Enheduanna's Letter encompasses portraits of sentimental letters hidden in the orbits of history, sent from Priestess Enheduanna to all exiled souls in the new world. Enheduanna's letter urges the exiled souls to prove a disjunction between historical events and the way they are ultimately recalled. Reinterpreting iconic art works and undermining traditional conceptual, and cultural boundaries of human history increases our ability to empathize and connect with our exiled souls.
The land is our home. All the land on Earth is a gift to us received at birth, so taking care of it is both a privilege and a necessity. Regeneration, reforestation, composting, and recycling, among other actions, should be on the priority list of every human being. Healthy soils lead to healthy plants, including trees, and a nourishing environment.