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    Meet the artist Klaus Killisch

    If you had to describe yourself briefly in a couple of words, what would you say? Punk-pop artist. The music that matches with my paintings can be found on the album “Surfer Rosa“ by The Pixies. Growing up as a free spirit in East Germany, popular culture was my passion and subversion my stylistic device. The most important stages of…

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    Meet the artist Ursula Sokolowska

    Short summary about you? I was born in Krakow, Poland in 1979 and immigrated to the USA with my mother when I was 5 years old. Istudied photography at Columbia College (1997-99), completing my BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2001.I currently reside and work in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. I am an artist,…

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    Meet the artist Brian Spies

    Short summary about you? I’m an artist and galleried residing in rural Pennsylvania in the north east of the United States. I am the director of the Factory Works Gallery and the Williamsport Community Darkroom both at the Pajama Factory, an arts complex here. I received my MFA from America’s oldest Arts school, the Pennsylvania Academy Of Fine Arts in…

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    Meet the artist Naive John

    The Naif Brief introduction of yourself I am self-taught and consider myself to be a craftsman first and foremost – my prime interest being in creating images. I love vintage cartoons and Eastern philosophy. Making a painting is, for me, very labour intensive and, I like to think, an extension of my spiritual practice rather than a conventional attempt to…

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    Meet the artist Matthew Webber

    Short summary about you? I am a landscape-focused painter, who has lived and worked in East London for 20 years. What is your art about? We live on the edge of Epping Forest in East London and the relationship between the urban and the natural is a constant source of inspiration to me. My most recent series of paintings was…

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    Meet the artist Eva Paar

    Brief introduction of yourself. Talking about oneself is always difficult for me. I am me I paint in traditional oil techniques but in a different style. People have to go away from my paintings to see the details. Do your work engage with current events (and how)? It is difficult not to react on current events or impressions. I hear…