Who will become the next artsetter artist ? Vote
Artsetter is changing the rules of the art market: contemporary art is no longer an elite entity. As the curators, members vote to determine which candidates will become the next Artsetter artists. Become an artsetter, and participate in this revolution by voting to express your artistic taste.
These are the Artsetter Artist applicants. Artists with enough votes will be granted an Artsetter gallery to display their artwork. Artists need 50 votes to be selected. Browse through the artists and vote for your favorites!
Dear Artsetter members, I would be very much appreciated to become one of up-and-coming artist exhibiting in your prestigious Gallery. I would like to present my original paintings which represent contemporary art. Thank you for considering this offer and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Best regards, Lucie Jirku Please, I enclose some information about me here: Lucie Jirku is a Czech artist, based in Prague. Jirku studied at Vaclav Hollar School of Art in Prague (1997 – 2001) and later graduated from prestigious Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in Prague (2001-2002), Fashion Design, and Painting (2002-2007). In 2005 she attended the University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art (the UK) as the Erasmus Programme's student. Since 2003 Lucie Jirku has been creating and developing a variety of projects in architecture, graphic design, and painting. Lucie Jirku's distinctive style is a colorful harmony and formal simplicity. See more of LJ work at: www.luciejirku.eu
Tantôt peintre, Tantôt illustratrice, Tantôt photographe Tantôt designer graphique, Je me passionne pour tout type d’art. Je vous présente, ici, une partie de mes réalisations dans l’espoir que cela vous plaira.
Certain images, compositions or designs that reoccur in an artist’s work, reflect the cultural and artistic choices that have been made by the painter in a process of selection over the passage of time and these images have then been refined over the course of repetition and variation by the artist to the point where they carry a particular sense or meaning or series of senses and meanings. More than any signature on a canvas or drawing, the use of a particular refined group of images belongs to the artist and distinguishes a particular artist’s work from that of others, even if the work were not signed, as the particular choice of images, their position on the canvas, the technique and colors employed would show that these paintings were the work of this painter Coplu and nobody else. The use of these motifs, those elements that are employed in a painting to express a meaning, form the categories that are described and touched upon below. These pictorial images and devices have been worked upon for many years to refine a language of images-signs in relation to the size of the pictorial space and the horizon line, that belong to and reveal the work of the painter far more than any signature, and these strong images carry the meaning brushed onto the canvas, directed from the heart and mind of the painter into the eye and mind of the viewer. These paintings open out vistas into another world, not too dissimilar but not the same as the world that we inhabit.
passionate about art in all its glory, to be part of a virtual gallery is very important! Knowing the trend and to better interact with other artists. I love mixed tecnhiques, Young artist, this is one year that I rediscovered painting Thank you to you!
“What is Modern Art?” A question that puzzles many of us. Under the name of modern art, artists tried everything and it’s opposite; creating more questions than answers. Maybe we get our answer in the digital world? Since digital sculpting unfolds a technical renaissance around us. How about digital Painting? In digital world higher quality picture means a larger digital file and a larger digital file means slow traffic. It’s obvious that speed, size, and quality cancel each other out, even in digital images. What does all this have to do with Modern art? Modern Art came out of Modernity, and Modernity came out of technological transformations, which stands on the balance of four pillars: production speed, quality, cost, and size. Can we create the modern brush for modern painting? A brush that has the essence of Modernism? A painting process where maximum speed, size and quality, comes with minimal cost and labor? Something that cameras and computers have not yet achieved? Yes, we can. You are looking at it.
I’m new artist like to draw with watercolor, also I like photography & I make several photos since 1995 I start with watercolor in the beginning of 2013 I hope you like my work
Artiste indépendant, GRAFFMATT exploite une palette de modes d'expression d'une richesse qu'il sait mettre au service de sa créativité. Il brise les frontières entre graphisme, peinture, dessin et photographie, dont il saisit respectivement les pertinences formelles et chromatiques afin de donner vie à l'image ainsi construite. La scène urbaine est sa principale source d'inspiration : il cerne d'un regard l'ambivalence de l'architecture qui au-delà de son rôle de ligne de portée pour la composition, devient le théâtre dans lequel il met en scène tout l'éclectisme de l'humanité. Son style s'étend et s'adapte à toute sorte de demande, tout en gardant cette constante dynamique, issue de l'amplification des formes et des couleurs, qui rend encore plus visible la complexité de l'image.
I paint how i feel I love paiting
My name is Dragos Bruma, I'm a painter, photographer and also photoshop genius. One of my biggest pleasures is painting. As you can see from the 5 artworks uploaded, I enjoy spending time with the canvas and acrylics. Also my work can be seen in detail here: http://gorak-boo.deviantart.com/ and also https://www.facebook.com/gorak.art