Artwork

BARBARA KASSEL

The Plague, oil on linen on panel, 40″ x 30″, 2020

I’ve been asked why I paint what I paint.  I think it is more a matter of what emerges than what I plan. My impulses are more metaphorical than realistic and I often mix various landscapes, interiors and still lives. I like to combine imagery from the past such as Italian frescoes and the ancient mosaics of Pompeii with contemporary objects and locations. Working this way allows a fluid play between objects and their surroundings. I hope to establish a dynamic balance between the aesthetic and the emotional in my paintings.


John Lewis

BY RICHARD LIMBER

Glasgow Flowers 003
9.5 x 11″. Oil on Paper

BY BELLA

New Years Greeting Card
by Susan Puciul

Basia Jaworska