Art & Beyond Magazine is proud to present the incredible artists featured on the pages of this issue. Each possessing their own style, unique ideas and vision of the world around us. From scratch they are able to create things that inspire and enhance our lives.
Read and learn about our Cover and Content competition winners for the January/February issue.
For this issue Art & Beyond published Interviews with Front Cover winner Fu Wenjunl and Published Choice Award winner Kevin Blake.
artwork “Illusory Metamorphoses Grass Cloth Version No 1" won the Front Cover for January/February 2014 Online issue. He's artwork will be exhibited at MIA-International Art Fair during the month of January 17 to 20, 2014, with VIP preview on January 16th. Booth Number: 304 (http://expoships.com/
artwork "Countdown" was awarded to be published on the Inside Front Cover of Art & Beyond.
Rhaisa M. Castrodad
artwork “TA flor de Piel" was awarded to be on the Back Cover of the magazine.
her wonderful work "Night dreams" was awarded to be on the Inside Back Cover of the magazine.
We also proud to announce list of artists who won a Published Choice Award to be published in the Art & Beyond Online January/February issue: Alayne Abrahams, Kevin Blake, Debbie Chan, Jane Ellen Murray, Raquel Rub, Anne Goffin Smith, Carolyn CJ Jones, Petrea Noyes.
In addition to her work as an artist, Olivia is also a therapist and in 2012 she proposed a subtle mixture of her work in therapy mixed with her work in abstract art.
comes from Argentine country life, born 1944- Lost her father at fifteen, endless spaces & horses with him, needding a new meaning to live up to. Obtained painter degree & professorship at high school of arts, inspired at Bauhaus & now Fba, depending of UNLP: ”Universidad Nacional de La Plata” - including humanistic studies.
On the cusp of two creative signs, the tiger and the rabbit, I was born in Houston, Texas. With a creative push from day one, I took up the brush by age ten. In my early years as a budding artist I decided that oil painting was not my thing but watercolor and ink were. That really never changed but the style vacillated from realism to fantasy throughout those formative years. It was not until a bit of aging wisdom came to me that I sought out a teacher and found Frank Chiu, a master artist in traditional Chinese painting. He mentored me for over a decade and was later joined by his wife, Judy.
Helen Kagan PhD
Coming from a family of scientists, Helen was always fascinated by the left and right brain communication. A holistic therapist and artist, she’s been developing her unique technique and style in “Healing Arts” which reflects her own deep and colorful view on life, a desire to bridge realities and heal the Past. A refugee from Russia, Helen believes that art as a powerful form of self-expression can be a vehicle for emotional, physical, mental and spiritual well-being
was born in Austria. She is a through and through figurative artist. She tries to capture moments and build up emotional tensions. She does not want to shock, stir up or provoke. The viewer of her images should be touched by a positve energy. He should feel the music she has listened during her painting. He should feel something of her passion when she paints. There are so many negative messages every day which cause bad feelings. For her art should be life-affirming and beautiful, touching and connecting. A language without words.
Throughout my life I have always had a greater visual sense about how the world looked versus other senses. This visual dominance in perceiving the world has profoundly affected my work as an artist. My art offers an infinite variety of visual perceptions and interpretations for the viewer.
I became interested in art at an early age. I remember looking at the ‘Draw Me’ ads in comic books and various other publications. I started by taking one of their correspondence courses. I took art classes in Junior High School and was a frequent visitor to the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City after school hours.
has been involved with the fine art world as an artist, curator and educator for over thirty years. She received her BA and MA in Fine Art from California State University in Northridge in 1975 and 1978. Mrs. Galor started her career as glass sculptor. In 1981 she established a business doing curatorial projects and consulting in Contemporary Fine Art.
Paula is a self taught photographer and feels at home producing either straight out of the camera or digitally enhanced photography. As a result of the digital world, her camera is an important part of the circle of digitized creativity which gives her a wide range of innovative elements to create images that tell a story. She uses any subject and then uses photographic treatments that give emphasis to tone, shades, texture, and shapes.
Art & Beyond Magazine is the Online Publication that brings artists and their work to numerous Gallery Directors and Owners. Artists are given the extraordinary opportunity to be published in this bi-monthly online magazine and will be given a chance to present their work to a wider audience using the World Wide Web as a powerful tool to promote their work. Majority of artists featured in the online magazine are active members of Art & Beyond Publications.
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