Art & Beyond Studio featured following artists in the March/April Online Art & Beyond Magazine
Art & Beyond Studio, Inc. publisher of Art & Beyond Publications featured number of nationally and internationally known artists in the March/April of Art & Beyond Magazine and Online Gallery.
By: Art & Beyond Studio, inc.
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.
Art & Beyond is continued to publish a series of articles titled "From Artist to Artist" where artists share their experiences working in the chosen medium, interesting stories from their life and career, leaning and teaching tips. In this issue of Art & Beyond Magazine we have published a second part of the article written by Debbi Chan titled "Let's talk Sumi".
Also do not to miss the great articles about passed and upcoming exhibitions under our Point of Interest columns.
In the March/April issue you will find a beautifully conducted Interviews by Justin Hoffman with member of Art & Beyond Publications Gabi Domenig on p. 15.
Read and learn about our Cover and Content competition winners for the March/April issue.
her artwork “Eve’s Forest” was chosen as Art and Beyond Front Cover Competition winner.
Patricio Moreno Toro
his beautiful artwork “Muddy Waters II” was awarded to be published on the Inside Front Cover of Art & Beyond.
her artwork “Cancan” was awarded to be on the Back Cover of the magazine.
her wonderful work “Happy under the Sun” 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 March/April issue: Eva Rimsky, Yulia Altas, Rainer Englisch, Gayane Karapetyan, Tetyana Matkovska, Jane Ellen Murray, Natalya Parris, Tatiana Roulin, Irina Vysotskaya, Raquel Rub, John Chimon, Anabela Ferguson, Rafaela Shporer, Paul-Jürgen Weber with One Page article and Fukuko Harris and Vered Galor with Two page article.
is an attorney who left the practice of law to pursue his passion full-time as a contemporary figurative and abstract artist. His works have been recognized in numerous juried competitions and publications. He was named to the 2013 and 2014 list of Art Tour International Magazine’s Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art (www.arttourinternational.com)
Patricio Moreno Toro
Born in Santiago, Chile in 1943, Toro began his art career as a self-taught watercolorist, selling his work at prestigious galleries in Santiago and the annual Parque Forestal where one of his first steady customers was Dr. Salvador Allende, who later became president of Chile. At the age of 16, he exhibited in his first solo show at Sala de Exposiciones de “El Diario Ilustrado” in Santiago.
In 1983, he met international artist and University of California, Berkeley art professor, Mary Lovelace O’Neal. Embarking on a 30-year creative odyssey together, the two became fast friends and professional colleagues and eventually married. Living in Oakland, for a time Toro painted in the studio of artist, Oliver Jackson, and taught Jackson’s class for semester at California State University-Sacramento while Jackson was working in Carrara, Italy. It was during that time that Toro began to paint large-scale unstretched canvases and the Terra Nostra series was born.
was born in Bolivia and she is a naturalized Spaniard. Maruka have lived in Brazil, Singapore, Colombia, and currently in Washington DC. She ws educated to be an architect but her passion led her to dedicate herself to the visual arts instead. “I enjoy painting so much! It is a chance to get involved with my thoughts, my memories and my feelings; it’s my moment.”- state Maruka
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.
studied Photography from 1962 - 1967 at the Institute of Design in Chicago and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago from 1967 to 1970. His work was exhibited in number of solo shows at the Photography Center of the Capitol District in Troy, NY. “Nude at Home”, twenty-six images made from 2003 to 2012 at the Barrett Art Center in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Sandy Den Hartog
Sandy has had an interest in stones since childhood. Wherever she went, even as a young person, whether it was picnics, vacations, or field trips; she always made sure she had a cup along to collect rocks which were precious to her at the time. Once in high school she took numerous classes in gemology and geology. Then she graduated, got married, and had children. Rocks and gems had to be put on hold for a while.
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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