Painter Kerime Elibuyuk is a story engineer
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Painter Kerime Elibuyuk is a story engineer

Hello Kerime! Who are you and what do you do? I am a full-time, self-taught artist based in Istanbul. I am trying to show the effect of human beings on nature by combining natural color transitions with hard-edge man-made geometric shapes. And I am doing this by making both traditional and digital art. What was…

Vetro Artes works on impossible objects
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Vetro Artes works on impossible objects

Hi Vetro Artes! Who are you and what do you do? I’m a Brazilian Visual Artist who loves geometric abstraction and op art, influenced by MC Escher, Victor Vasarely and Bridget Riley. Was there a specific reason for you to start painting? I started making art as a teenager to ease my anxiety issues. And…

Kalkov transforms boring facades into expressive geometric paintings
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Kalkov transforms boring facades into expressive geometric paintings

Hi! Hello! My name is Kalkov! Kalkov, please give us some insight into your art career I wanted to be an artist since I was a child. I first studied at a children’s art school, and later received a diploma as a mural painter from an educational institution. What is your most important project at…

Tom Brooks – Acrylic painting meets digital masking
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Tom Brooks – Acrylic painting meets digital masking

Hi Tom, please tell us something about yourself My name is Tom Brooks. I am a Canadian educator and artist, living just outside of Ottawa, Ontario. I am a graduate of the School of Industrial Design at Carleton University. I have also studied painting at the Ottawa School of Art.  When did you discover painting?…

Rick Ruark – The artist of many styles
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Rick Ruark – The artist of many styles

How did your artistic career begin? I began drawing geometry at age 5 (1956) when I had the opportunity to play with a set of Bauhaus-style colored tiles while in kindergarten. By age 10, I expanded my drawing by attempting realism. This was my pencil and ink were my primary media until I relocated to…

Q&A with Artist Darko C. Nikolic
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Q&A with Artist Darko C. Nikolic

Hello Darko, who are you? My name is Darko Caramello Nikolic. I am an fine art artist from Hamburg, Germany. My means of expression include paintings, objects and installations of constructive geometric art. Where do you put your priorities when making art? For me the arrangement of colors, surfaces and shapes in a spiritual, mental…

Abstract minimalism by Ruth Powell
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Abstract minimalism by Ruth Powell

Hello Ruth, please introduce yourself I am an artist, designer and maker based in Bath, UK, with an eclectic approach to my work both in terms of media and inspiration. I currently use paint, printmaking, digital platforms, books and fibre to create new work. My influences and inspirations range from architecture and science to language…

Minimalist artist Vesna Mehlinger
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Minimalist artist Vesna Mehlinger

Who are you? Hello, I am an artist living in Düsseldorf (Germany). What kind of art attracts you? Art that only speaks to the mind is interesting and aesthetically pleasing. How would you describe your art style? A big harmonic mess… To create an unusual constellation as the basis for a new geometrical dimension of…

Dutch graphic artist Joost Hogervorst
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Dutch graphic artist Joost Hogervorst

Hi Joost, who are you? I’m a (graphic) artist from Holland. I studied and worked in Amsterdam and at the moment I’m a full time artist. In my studio in Assendelft (Zaanstad) I create as if my life depends on it. It’s my oxygen. What happens in your studio? I draw and design. Never mind…

Mixed media and digital art by Theodora Delikonstanti
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Mixed media and digital art by Theodora Delikonstanti

Hello Theodora, who are you? My name is Theodora Delikonstanti and I am from Greece. I have studied Graphic design and I am also a crafter and a single mum of one. What styles do you prefer? Expressing myself through different techniques shapes and colors is quite liberating, mostly preferring hard edge and minimal approaches,…

Traditional and digital Abstract art by Daniel DeLuna
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Traditional and digital Abstract art by Daniel DeLuna

Who are you, Daniel? I am an artist who works at the intersection of art and technology. I hold an MFA from Pratt Institute and am currently an associate professor in the School of Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. What medium do you work on? I create both traditional paintings and drawings as…

Philippe Halaburda’s art: It’s all about the mind
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Philippe Halaburda’s art: It’s all about the mind

Hey Philippe! Let’s talk about your artistic background I was born in Meaux, France and i graduated from college through the Art and Graphic Design School EDTA Sornas in Paris in 1995. I have been represented by various American and European galleries with several solo shows since 2016. I am living and working in the…