Artists

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    Meet Singulart – Ramon van der Burgt

    Singulart’s strength lies in its service, but that can sometimes mean putting the team in the background. We want to change that with our new series “Meet Singulart”. With diversity and internationalism being some of our core values, we invite you to discover how so many people from around the world ended up on our team in the heart of…

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    Singulart is celebrating Pride!

    Singulart has many values, but diversity and acceptance are at our core. In this article, we want to empower the voices of our LGBTQ+ artists and highlight all the colors of the rainbow. Let’s celebrate Pride! Thankfully, in many societies, artists can express themselves freely. However, that is not a liberty that all of our artists enjoy. We would like…

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    How do I price my artwork?

    The current art market can sometimes be tricky. Setting prices for artwork is a challenging task. On the one hand, internationally renowned artists such as Jeff Koons, Damian Hirst, and Banksy are breaking auction records each week. On the other hand, the majority of artists may not have as much name recognition and sell their artworks via galleries or with…

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    5 Greek Artists to look out for

    Traces of a centuries-old and important history is etched in every corner of Greek land: findings from the Prehistoric and Archaic Periods, unique works from Classical, Hellenistic, Medieval and Byzantine monuments, creations from folk art cultures, traces from the passing eons of other civilizations and different religions, that coexist with current creations, constructions and modern works of art. These are just a few…

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    Constructivism and Eef de Graaf

    The Dutch artist Eef de Graaf produces works that are characterized by there simplicity, purity and harmony. His artworks take inspiration from the artistic movement of constructivism. De Graaf describes himself as a second generation artist of constructivism. If one wants to gain a better appreciation of Eef de Graaf’s works, we first have to delve deeper into the routes…

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    5 minutes with Elena Yellow

    Elena Yellow is an emerging Swiss painter whose work has already received international exposure. Her oil on canvas paintings comprise abstract landscapes and employ a dense color palette to create a sense of peaceful melancholia. She hopes that her art will serve as a respite and a catalyst for introspection. When did you know you wanted to be an artist?…

  • Austrian Artists
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    5 Austrian Artists to look out for

    Austria, officially the Republic of Austria, is a landlocked East Alpine country in the southern part of Central Europe. It is composed of nine federated states, one of which is Vienna, Austria’s capital and its largest city. It is bordered by Germany; the Czech Republic; Slovakia; Hungary; Slovenia; Italy; Switzerland and Liechtenstein showing that their culture has a diverse influence. Discover in this article, five Austrian artists that we would like to introduce…

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    5 Minutes with Melinda Matyas

    Melinda Matyas is an exciting Hungarian painter and draftswoman based in London, she has exhibited her work both at home and abroad. Inspired by the old masters as well as contemporary painters such as Egon Schiele and Jenny Saville, she composes works that explore ideas of identity and memory. Focusing on her use of fragmented forms and vivid colors, she…

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    5 Minutes with Cynthia Coldren

    Cynthia Coldren sees her paintings as “intentional contrasts” – planned and organic, structured and fluid, sharp and soft. She likes to ask the “why” regarding life’s chaotic and ambiguous moments and to express how seemingly incompatible elements work well together. As this became a central focus, her abstract style naturally evolved to include various media – hand-painted paper with acrylic…

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    5 Minutes with Oliver Pavic

    Oliver Pavic is a painter based in France who has exhibited internationally. He previously worked as an architect, closely studying shapes and compositions and their interactions in various environments. But architectural materials, shadows, and perspectives soon started to merge with artistic colors, canvases, and storylines, leading Pavic to become an oil painter. Today, he combines elements of classical portraiture with…