In: Painting

Resilience (12) by Agnès Sheikh Living close to the sea, I find it always comforting and soothing to sit down front of it, contemplating. Using ultramarine and Payne grey mixed with white, I wanted to create a dramatic effect to contrast with the calmness of the sea. I am fascinated by clouds, I just love watching them and we hardly have any here in Dubai! They represent my worries, my doubts. I am looking at them, facing my struggles, my fears, and finding comfort through calmness and meditation.

Lonely, visible or almost invisible by Agnès Sheikh

Agnès Sheikh is French, but it is too restrictive in her eyes, She considers herself as a citizen of the world. Agnes was born and raised in Africa for 15 years, she lived for 13 years in Karachi / Pakistan where she had her 3 children, and currently, since 2004…

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Submarine by Henny Schlüter

Painting with paper on canvas

Painting with paper on canvas? What is it? Never heard of it. Many visitors of Henny Schlüter’s exhibitions ask her this or similar questions. This technique is new and its effects are fascinating. After many years of classical painting with acrylic, Henny is now in a new creative phase exclusively dealing with…

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Paolo Naldi, Human Border 2015, olio su lino, cm. 140x112

Human Border – Paintings by Paolo Naldi

Paolo Naldi areas of interest are the visual arts and, above all, painting. After a long independent artistic activity in the European underground scene, he appears in conventional exhibition spaces in Italy and abroad (galleries, museums, international fairs and institutional spaces). He lives and works in Naples. He uses many…

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mostra marcello dudovich

The works of Marcello Dudovich on display at the Palazzo dell’ Aeronautica in Rome

Exhibition’s information Duration: 7 maggio – 11 luglio Visiting time & days: Sat & Sun from 09:00 to 18:00 Entrance: Viale Pretoriano n.18 (closed to Stazione Termini) Inaugurated today in Rome, in the Palazzo dell’ Aeronautica, the exhibition “Marcello Dudovich at the time of the Aeronautical commission: 1920-1940” which will…

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