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    The artist Remi Delaplace for Singulart

    How does your atelier look like ? Myworking spaceis in a coworking space dedicated to the visual arts, in the center of Paris, which is rare.It gives me the opportunity to meet other artists. I do my work on composition and research on a computer and I havethereat my disposal computers, large format printers and 3D … I go from…

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    Tiffani Taylor exclusiv for Singulart !

    Why do you make art? I have always loved the act of creating, since I was eighteen months old. I have continued to create art for the past thirty-eight years because it is my divine passion and a cathartic act. It is a positive release of experiences of intense beauty and emotions. Can you describe your typical working day? I…

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    Ofir Dor for Singulart !

    Where comes your inspiration from? Inspiration I find in anything that has life, power, spirit, truth and reality in it. What does it mean to you to make art? It means taking something personal, private, prosaic and extract something permanent and broad out of it. The Horse, its Owner, His Wife and the Jockey© OFIR DOR How does your atelier…

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    A closer look to the philosophical photographer Irene Cruz

    Courtesy :Irene Cruz ! Short summary about you? I am someone that can’t live without creating. I’m in love with Berlin’s blue-light and weather, I actually moved here from Spain because of that, even if it sounds a bit crazy. My name is Irene Cruz, and I am a photographer, cinematographer, performer, and video artist. I sometimes teach in different…

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    Meet the artist Libby Lennie

    Short summary about me I am both a voice-over narrator and an oil painter. I was an actress for many years before painting took over my imagination and eventually my time. The desire to spend hours on a movie set or a stage gradually dissolved as my painting practice took hold. As a child, I spent many hours drawing and…

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    Meet the artist Callie Hirsch!

    Cepheus, Tangents from Worthington’s Annual 11” x 8.5” Book page© Callie Hirsch Brief introduction of yourself. My name is Callie Danae Hirsch and I am a multi-disciplinary visual artist in painting and photography. I have called NYC my home for over the past 30 years, and my studio is in South Brooklyn. I moved to Manhattan to go to Parsons…

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    Meet the artist Antoine Renault

    You in a few words? Self-taught painter. Born in Nantes, France. Happy on a sailing boat or an island. Started to paint by accident (on my favorite island) during a windless summer. What is your artistic singularity? The way I paint water. What do you enjoy most about your work? Navigating between abstraction and hyperrealism. Details look very messy at…

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    Meet the artist David Fredrik Moussallem

    Please introduce yourself to us! I am a mixed-media artist from Toronto with a background in advertising and graphic design. My works are inspired by extensive world travels experiencing different places, cultures and people. I grew up traveling all over and had the opportunity to view a changing world through the eyes of a child. These days I mostly focus…

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    Meet the artist Irena Belcovski

    Crossroads acrylic on canvas, 30”x 24” (76x61cm) © Irena Belcovski Brief introduction of yourself. I am an abstract artist form Ontario, Canada, born and raised in Macedonia. I enjoy small things in life like a glass of good wine and deep conversations with my friends. I am deeply moved by the sound of music and the beauty of the visual…

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    Meet the artist Maria Sonia Martin

    You in a few words I was born in 1951 in Havana, Cuba. In 1962, I went to live in the United States, residing in Yonkers, New York until my family moved to Miami, Florida in 1968. My formal studies are in the fine arts, with a concentration in painting. I have many interests, but art is my passion. The…