G A L L E R Y O F A R T I S T S
Ian V. Curtis (Miami)
I create abstract sculptures using an invisible force that we cannot see, taste, or touch.
I use atmospheric pressure to implode my sculptures which are air tight metal vessels of varying thickness size and internal reinforcing structure - this being dependent on the type of implosion process (atmospheric or hydraulic) and the pressure being used, and is my way of acknowledging a constant that can and does change our lives in many ways.
Dimetriou, Adrian (USA)
"Ascension-A menhir for the new millennium". It's a maquette for an outdoor monument to mark the auspicious beginning of the New Millennium.
ADRIAN DIMETRIOU is an American professional sculptor based in New York City, having started formal Fine Arts training age 10,with over 40 years experience, having studied at Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.) and new York College of technology.
Tanaka, Hitoshi (Japan)
“The door of the wind”
Wind and light pass through the door.
There are a dream and hope in the other side of the door.
The people's heart is led to the other side of the door, too.
2012 International Stone Sculpture Colony, Denizli, Turkey
size 304h×103w×65dcm all 384cm/h
Huber, Akiva (Israel - France)
My sculptures try to express pure beauty and movement, reflecting particular situations, sensuality and a lust for life. I attempted to materialize the mysterious duality, the bond between man and woman in order to create figures both androgynous and homogeneous. In my work there is a dialogue between open space and structures. The delicate round sculptures reflect and introduce grace and beauty into the diversity of human world.
Andrews, Barry (UK)
As a starting point, I walk and make drawings of the estuary along the north banks of the industrial River Thames, these images are metaphors for change.
Change is never more present than found in the body of the River Thames, with its historical references, the relentless suck and pull of the tide, encouraging us to renew or reinvent ourselves. The detritus is removed and then replaced. The industrial river landscape offers a harsh yet inspiring vista.
Siciliano, Gerald (France - USA)
A NYC based sculptor, Gerald Siciliano maintains close ties with the foundries & stone carving studios of the Pietrasanta area where he worked annually for more than 25 years. Siciliano’s work is rooted in training based in the classical tradition that ,married with 21st C materials & techniques,has produced sculptures & paintings that have delighted corporate, municipal & private clients for more than 40 years.
As well as pursuing his own & client projects in architecture, design, sculptures
Terry, Ife'ka (Nigeria)
I am a contemporary visual artist from the West African country of Nigeria.
I work with various mediums and one of my favourite is the office
Ballpoint pen (Biro).
The photo depicts an African woman. It was drawn with blue inked
ballpoint pen on white cardboard paper. The Biro sketch was made in
the year 2013. It was intended to be sent for acceptance in the
international exhibition called Dak'Art 2014.
Bildner, Frances (UK)
"Breathing Life into your environment"
We are two professional Artists whose work is in collections in Europe, America and
Africa. Bildner-Chidovori Art offers an excellent service to businesses such as law Firms, Doctor's Surgeries, Dental Practices, Accountancy firms, Architects, Restaurants, Hotels, Media firms Television and Film. We supply the kind of work that uplifts and enhances both the workplace and the home.
Filitsyan, Leonid (USA - Russia)
The moment Adam and Eve covered themselves with fig leaves, eroticism was created.
Eroticism is the expression of sexuality, slightly hidden, teasing us with that which is left unsaid. We all have innate sexuality. We all express it and perceive it through manners of dress, speech, makeup, etc. In my sculpture I use neutral (from an erotic point of view) objects - common objects, and endow them with erotic content. This creates a sense of intrigue - double and triple meanings, the delight ...