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Marija was born in Belgrade/ Serbia in 1976 where she graduated at the University of Fine Arts in 2001 as a Sculptor. Since 2004 she lives in Chicago with her husband, where she is working in art studio as a fine artist and as a graphic and web designer, too. She is multimedia artist. Marija is sculpturing in terracotta, and also in 3D programs for sculpturing, she is painting oil on canvas, digital paintings, pastels and water colors. She is illustrator and a photographer, as well. who obtained prestigious recognitions for contemporary art today. Marija is the Painter, Sculptor and Photographer. She exhibited in Galleries in Hinsdale Illinois, in New York Art Expo, Miami red Dot art Fair, Las Vegas, Monaco, Denmark, England, Serbia, South Korea, and in Italy where she had big number of awarding shows in Florence, Venice, Milano, Palermo, Lecce .... She is creating her art in many different techniques like pastels, oil on canvas, illustrations, watercolors, drawings, as well as prints on canvas, Metal, Paper.
Tanaskovic obtained the highest recognition and many very important awards for her art from the world of renewed critics and curators in Italy, Canada and United States, Latino America, South Korea, and Serbia. The international critics placed her among the Best Contemporary Artists of the 21 century in many important books and publications. Visit www.marijaart.com
A passion for detail and a deep admiration for the 17th Century Dutch Painters have guided International award winning artist, Ann James Massey toward a mastery of realism. Since 1970, she has created images through twenty to forty layers of wax pencil, achieving depth and detail not possible with charcoal or graphite. These intricate drawings have won awards and received recognition starting from her initial art competition in 1972. In 1990, Massey began complementing her precise drawings with equally detailed paintings that have followed the same award winning path. The works are created with five to nine layers of oil on mahogany boards utilizing the Dutch masters' techniques she learned at the Schuler School of Fine Art in Baltimore. Since opening her first gallery in 1974, The Montwood Gallery in El Paso, Texas, Massey has taught private drawing lessons and workshops. Through her second gallery, Massey Fine Arts in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, she created and judged two national competitions, Masters of Colored Pencil (the first national exhibition devoted exclusively to colored pencil) and Realism Up Close (a small works exhibition). However, the success and demands of the gallery allowed her no freedom to create her own art. In 1994, she closed the gallery and moved to Paris, France in order to devote more time to her art career, growth and opportunities. After her arrival in Paris, Massey has been fascinated with Europe's marriage of history and modernism. That influence is often reflected in her subject matter that juxtaposes past and present. Ann no longer teaches private lessons, though she still gives private consultations or critiques, occasional workshops, demonstrations and lectures. She divides her time between Europe and the USA, creating her artwork and continuing to participate and win awards in national and international art exhibitions.
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For Lucy, a terrible tragedy unleashed her artistic impulses. Days before her 16 year old daughter died in an automobile accident, she drew a self-portrait and experienced a re-birth.
She continues to paint and photograph in an effort to more fully embrace life.
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Michael has a background in photography, animation, design and television graphics. He likes to spend his spare time (and time when he should be sleeping) at Christie's auction house in New York.
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Barbara is fluent in traditional European painting techniques and the principles of drawing perspective and composition. She works in oils, colored pencil, and pastels.
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Louanne uses minerals, fossils, carvings and semi-precious stones as the focal point in her original and unusual necklaces. To see some of her creations, Click Here
"As an artist I’ve always been fascinated by color, light, and texture. I find the immediacy of water-based paints and collage applications best meet my need to translate my perceptions of these to paper or canvas."
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Brian is working toward his BFA in Painting at U of NC at Greensboro. He one day aspires to join the company of Filippo Lippi and Bosch. You can contact him at email@example.com or 336-420-5476. Check out samples of his work HERE
Lisbeth is a published author, photographer, and artist. She especially loves primitive art and digital art.
You may contact her at Cuethelight@cox.net
Shown here is "The Child". Erin is new to Mensa and describes herself as an 8 to 5er who works mostly in pencil. She'd like to network with other artists. For more samples of her work CLICK HERE.
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Diane is an artist working out of Fort Lauderdale. She works in mixed media.
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Vic is a self-taught artist who uses acrylics to depict real or imagined scenes, as the spirit moves him. His style is a blend of impressionism and realism that seeks to pull the viewer into the work. To see more of his work, CLICK HERE
Guy is heir to the legacy of his artist mom, Dorothy Messenger. Her illustrations and cover designs were featured in many books including "Till We Have Faces" by C.S. Lewis, and "Sandals for Jesus" by Ellen Kirkwood. For more on her artwork CLICK HERE
is an artist and author of 12 published books and hundreds of articles. He has been a guest on many television and radio programs, including "Good Morning, America" and "Donahue".
Nick’s artwork has been used to raise money for public radio as well as not-for-profit theatre groups. Each black and white drawing captures a unique aspect of the human experience, and Nick’s color work offers an ambiguity that invites viewers to learn more about themselves. His minimalist style expresses and evokes an amazingly wide range of emotion with a very small number of lines. His work is prized by collectors because no two pieces are even remotely similar.
Nick lives and works in Sullivan County, New York, where he is a member of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance and Barryville Area Arts Association. For more information about Nick and his work, visit
Nick's Web Site
Artist Statement: “The creative process, for me, is one of discovery. I’ve never been inspired by a vision of the finished product—only by the sheer joy of creation. The end result is always one I never could have imagined.”
Kalpanik S. is an author/artist/ philosopher who lives somewhere in US. He was born in India and came to USA on a fellowship offered to him by University of California to do graduate studies and research in Computer Science/ Artificial Intelligence. He went on to work in Silicon Valley and Seattle where he has served in senior and executive management positions at several technology companies such as Oracle and Amazon.com.
Kalpanik’s preferred art form is batik, a wax-resist dyeing technique used on textile. Batik is popular in South Asian countries such as India and Indonesia. Traditional colors include indigo, dark brown and white, which represent the three major Hindu Gods.
Kalpanik S. has also authored several books, including his hilarious memoirs “Artificial Imagination” describing his journey as an immigrant technologist through the Hi-Tech west coast corridor of California and Washington.
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Art is a family affair for Ted, who is a Professor Emeritus and Marcel Proust Scholar. He is the son of a professional painter, and both his daughter, Anne, and son, Stephen are deeply involved in the arts.
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Keith draws, paints, sings, and plays both guitar and saxophone. He goes by the nom de plume of Riff Raff, and dates his creations with Roman Numerals.
“I enjoy writing music and creating paintings that are just from my ideas. I do have a few still life pictures where I used actual objects, but the paintings I like best are just completely made up.”
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Born in 2001, Isabella is the youngest member of Mensa's Art Lovers' SIG.
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Artist Statement: "I paint the skies with peace and passion because that's the way they paint me."
The aim of my artwork is to create joy in a world of stress. My emphasis is on the sky and the beauty it can create at the edges of the day. Most people will enjoy a beautiful sunset, and, those who rise early enough, a beautiful dawn. Whatever else is going on, we can all stop and look at the sunset for a few seconds and think, "Wow, that is beautiful."
Aside from my paintings that come from my own inspiration, it is always a joy to be able to use my skills to make the ideas of another come to life. I do commissions from photographs or ideas, and have even painted the words of a song.
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Jennie is a fine arts photographer. Though classically trained, she embraces all forms of digital advances.
For more information and additional samples of her work, visit JennieBarrese.com
After a careers in urban planning and computer programming and web design, Jim is retired and following his original passions for art and film.
For more information, visit Jim's Blog