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Chesco – Colorful hard edge art and contstructivism
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Chesco – Colorful hard edge art and contstructivism

Hello Chesco, please tell us who you are I’m an engineer who loves contemporary art and have build a decent collection of artwork over my 30+ years of professional career. At a certain point, I realized that the skills I developed during my teenage years can help me to create and put on a canvas…

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…

Cristina Del Hoyo: the transformative power of art
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Cristina Del Hoyo: the transformative power of art

About Cristina Del Hoyo Cristina Del Hoyo (Choyo) is a Spanish abstract painter based in Denver, CO. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Granada, Spain, in 2009. Her use of color and shapes in her art create a dreamy, ethereal world in which movement and freedom are at the…

Established hard edge painter Juan Jose Hoyos Quiles
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Established hard edge painter Juan Jose Hoyos Quiles

Hello Juan Jose. Please tell us something about your career. I’m an abstract, geometric, hard-edge painter, working on canvas, wood panels, and paper. My paintings are fueled by my love of abstraction which I have been interested in from a very young age. The practice of making them has involved experimenting with many schools of…