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Christian Klute: monochrome realism made in Germany

24 January - 2022
by Alice Broeksma

Background When Christian Klute was a Media Designer in his mid twenties, he started to create digital collages. The German artist did not begin to draw or paint until he was nearly thirty. ‘It just never occured to me before, my interests mostly...

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Interview Melchor Moore: American realistic impressionist, Western Rococo

24 January - 2022
by Alice Broeksma

The subjects the American artist Melchor Moore paints are diverse: city and landscapes, coastal scenes, wildlife, voluptuous women, living-rooms, hints of home, coming home. American art critics describe Melchor Moore’s work with ‘a compelling...

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Emilie Fantuz, palette knife artist in Vancouver: urban landscapes

18 January - 2022
by Alice Broeksma

Background There was an art box at home when Emilie Fantuz grew up in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Already as a child she had an eye for detail and enjoyed creating: drawing, colouring, painting and more. Her parents encouraged. She went on to study...

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Sasha Kruglikova, ceramic artist in Moscow – ‘Symbolism, realism, floristry’

13 January - 2022
by Alice Broeksma

Background Moscow born Sasha Kruglikova, ceramic artist, had the urge to draw at a young age although there were no artists in the family. Painting followed when she was 18, her last year in high school. She went on to the Moscow State Art...

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Top 10: European exhibitions in 2022

3 January - 2022
by Alice Broeksma

Art online has seen a massive increase, for obvious reasons. The pandemic has forced artists and the public to turn to the internet, big time. Art is now widely accessible at home. Many museums offer a rich programme of talks, events and exhibition...

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Pandemic accelerates art sales on the internet 2021: Online Gallery trebles turnover!

31 December - 2021
by Vincent Moleveld

Online Gallery, our art platform connecting people with art and artists, has exponentially grown this year: by 215 percent. This growth has been observed across the board: with new artists registering, and in sales of their work. The increase is...

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EMID: Mental health awareness through ‘brain art’

16 December - 2021
by Alice Broeksma

EMID’s artwork comprises graphic, colourful images of cross-sections of the brain. Placed together they remind of Andy Warhol’s pop art-series. But it is not only an art form, the originator emphasizes. It is also a tool to promote mental health...

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Interview Thamar van Strij de Regt: Folk Art and Asian influence

30 October - 2021
by Alice Broeksma

The Dutch artist https://onlinegallery.art/nl/thamar-van-strij-de-regt/Thamar van Strij de Regt (1981) is painting again. Her pleasure in creating art had been crushed for many years by the ‘build up-break down’ policy used by her fashion...

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Viewing art online is an improving experience

27 October - 2021
by Vincent Moleveld

Viewing art online is a different experience from seeing art in the real world. Ideally, art should appear exactly the same. But there are factors that limit the extent to which this is possible. In the real world, in a studio, gallery or...

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