It’s hard to believe that we have featured 10 artists at ArtProMotivate already!
The styles and mediums vary, including fusion glass art, origami 3d sculpture, abstract geometric paintings, and nature portraits.
This is a milestone for ArtProMotivate, so we will devote this entire article to reviewing these amazingly talented artists. If you have not followed them yet, or visited their websites in support, this is your chance!
These are in the order that they were featured at ArtPro Motivate.
Ten Artists Featured in the ArtPro Motivate Artist Spotlite
Davide BarbaneraArtist from Italy
Style: Geometric Minimalism and Abstract
Medium: Oil Painting
Theme: Nature and secret silence
Character: silent, absorbed, contemplative
Advice: “Keep going hearing your inner voice”
Eleanor BrownridgeFrom Ontrario, Canada
Style: experimental – bold colors and fluid lines
Medium: Fusion glass, stained glass, glass sculpture
Character: Energetic, Excited, Focused
Advice: “Share your time, expertise and enthusiasm with other artists and you will be repaid a thousand times”
Steven Gordon Linebaugh
From Texas, U.S.A.
Style: Mix of realism and impressionism
Mediums: painting and photography
Themes: Water reflections, night scenes
Character: Creative, honest, intelligent
Advice: “Keep trying, always enlarging the scope and trying to get in front of as many people as possible and keep creating, as if you could stop.”
Style: Modular 3D Paper folding
Medium: Folded paper sculpture
Theme: Organic forms, ocean life, birds, plant life
Character: Artistically Aware Woman
Advice: “… Love what you are creating. Share it with the world. Listen for feedback.
Say something. Don’t stop till you drop.”
Piano as ArtU.S.A. Artists
Collaboration: Shauna Holiman and Penny Putnam
Style: Postmodern – Sculpture and Collage
Medium: Piano parts
Themes: The piano, music
Character: Collaborative. Creative. Adult.
Advice: “Follow your gut”
Piotr WolodkowiczChicago, U.S.A.
Style: Expressionist nature portrait and landscapes
Medium: Oil paintings
Character: Creative, hard working person
Advice: “Work hard on your projects, don't let any one talk you out of them. Don't look too long for subjects, pick any ordinary object and recreate it into something that will be amazing.”
Judy PerrinEngland Artist
Style: Wildlife, fantasy
Medium: Oil on canvas, coloured pencils
Theme: Varied, Narrative
Advice: “… it's all about hard work, getting to know people and keep creating stuff - never, ever stop being creative.”
Michael GaudetSaskatchewan, Canada Artist
Mediums: Oil paint, muralist
Themes: Portraiture, landscapes, murals, wildlife
Character: “I am a largely self-taught artist who is fearless and uncompromising when it comes to making art.”
Advice: “If you want it done right, do it yourself!…”
Laurie FreitagArtist from U.S.
Style: Abstract art from photographs
Medium: Digital Photography
Theme: beauty, upliftment, color
Character: independent, optimistic, relentless
Advice: “Just live your life. Don't do art with the attachment of making money. Art is coming through you. That in itself is enough to deal with.
Make the art and let others see it. That's all.”
Chana HelenBritish born Israeli Artist
Style: Poetic, storytelling
Mediums: Watercolors, oil painting, lino printing
Theme: Jerusalem life and celebrations
Character: “I love life, and love doing my art.”
Advice: “Have courage. Keep steadfast. Be true to yourself. Just do it!”
We are looking forward to featuring 10 more talented artists here at ArtProMotivate in the coming weeks.
If you would like to be included, please fill out the Artist Spotlite form.
We have a few new questions, and have upped the image file submission to 5… for anyone who would like to have more of their art displayed here.
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Hi Marie! I looked into Treasrz.. sounds very interesting! Thanks for the recommendation!ReplyDelete
Thanks for including me on this list, ArtProMotivate! I am so happy to be considered 'contemporary'. Yay!ReplyDelete
Thanks Michael! Your art is certainly contemporary.. contemporary art is art produced at this time... so, unless you are a time traveler :) ... you are a contemporary artist
Traditional art is also very attractive sources to contemporary art to extend whole new style should exist, very popular, is art. ThansksReplyDelete