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    5 Minutes with Berit Bredahl

    Berit Bredahl is an artist based in Italy and currently taking part in SINGULART’s Jungle Decor Auction. Often using gold foil on canvas, her compositions are influenced by art from diverse cultures, encountered during her many travels. Her love of birds both real and mythical, gardens from around the world, and the ocean’s coral and fish also feature heavily in her…

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    5 Minutes with Victoria Stagni

    Featured in out Jungle Decor auction are the natural yet fantastical tableaus of France-based artist Victoria Stagni. Harnessing inspiration from magical realism, her works depict humans coexisting with captivating creatures. Inspired by her upbringing in Buenos-Aires to an Argentinian mother and Paraguayan father, her works always feature the crucial links between people, animals and nature. We talked to Victoria about…

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    5 Minutes With Nathan Paddison

    Nathan Paddison is an Australian artist whose works are all based around a sense of fun, self-expression, and being oneself without fear. He portrays themes from his past, including his battle with addiction, as well as pets and animals in his life. Paddison places importance on color and energy, allowing the canvas to dictate where the painting goes. He paints…

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    5 Minutes With Robert Tillberg

    Robert Tillberg is a passionate American painter who has exhibited his work throughout the US. A love for drawing life-sized versions of his favorite Star Wars characters as a child eventually turned into a passion for fine art, and in the years since choosing his creative path, he’s explored a wide range of different materials, techniques, and styles. Today, Tillberg…

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    5 Minutes With Tay Dall

    Tay Dall is an established South African painter with international exposure. Her abstract paintings work to harmonize disparate elements and they often combine collage, ink, pastel, and pencil. The artist enjoys creating the essence of meaning rather than a direct theme. This feature allows the viewer to experience each work in their own way and to derive their own meanings…

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    5 Minutes With Radek Šmach

    Radek Šmach is an experienced Czech artist who has exhibited his work nationally. Mainly working within abstract expressionist and minimalist styles, he explores ideas about states of mind and the present moment in his sharp, striking paintings. His use of color represents impermanence; tones mix together, and everything is constantly changing. We sat down with Radek Šmach to talk about…

  • Carlos Pun
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    5 Minutes With Carlos Pun

    Carlos Pun is a young talent from Peru whose works have been featured in solo shows internationally. Working with acrylics, graphite, and markers, Pun creates paintings in the style of pop and street art that reimagine classic cartoon characters and celebrities. He uses bright colors and incorporates graffiti into his works, adding depth and new textures to the canvas. We…

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    5 Minutes With Daesun Choi

    Daesun Choi is an artist based in South Korea whose paintings have been widely exhibited nationally, as well as in Japan, the United States, and Germany. His most recent abstract and semi-abstract compositions are made using newspapers, hanji, or paper strings. For Choi, the newspaper represents the secular world that we live in However, he does not believe that this…

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    The Royal Academy of Arts: Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch – The Loneliness of the Soul

    At first glance there seems little connecting contemporary British artist Tracey Emin with Norwegian born artist Edvard Munch. Born exactly a century apart, Munch’s best known work The Scream, seems to bear no relation to Emin’s provocative conceptual works, such as My Bed, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With, or her neon gas signs. And yet, currently at The Royal…

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    5 Minutes with Kathleen Rhee

    Kathleen Rhee describes her artwork as being an honest inner reflection of her feelings, as well as a representation of the gentle beauty in her surroundings. The Australian painter’s artistic process is unconscious, she allows her intuition to take over and the paintings “come to life on their own.” Creating in an abstract expressionist style, nature is an endless source…