I long for the old days of dingy smoke-filled clubs and Punk culture. I look around the back alleys of my mind and seek inspiration from the shadows of the past and the different greens of a brilliant new generation. When I get ready to paint, I close my eyes and imagine the scene. I'll start painting; then I'll forget everything, everything except how things used to be.
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Yael Dryzin – Transitions
Yael Dryzin Born in 1986, lives and works in Israel and Greece. Graduate of Art Studies at Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem (2014).
Carlos Blanco Artero – Figurative Abstraction
My work could fit within a contemporary figuration but at the same time within abstraction. I have several lines of work, which often converge, and others go their own way.
Andi Arnovitz – Medical Exploration
"There are certain elements of the human form that immediately denote ” female.” The pelvis certainly suggests fertility, the womb, the center of life in its most graphic simplicity. Playing with this form, with bones that feel like lace, with blood that is at once terrifying and beautiful, I draw attention to the female form and its cycles". -Andi Arnovitz
An Exclusive Interview With Jim Tsinganos
"When I first told my father that I wanted to be an illustrator, he just looked blankly at me and said, Are you sure you can make a living doing that? 25 years later, with many awards and work showcased and acknowledged in most illustration annuals across the globe, I'm still here, still making a living."
Richard MacDonald Icons
What does it mean to be iconic? Surely it is beyond the scope of mere talent or fame and encompasses something that closely resembles an apex of the human experience.
REZA RAHIMI LASKO ORIENTAL ISLAMIC ART
Reza Rahimi Lasko was born in 1979 in Iran. At the age of 12, he started his official art studies. The most important encouragement came from his mother, who sent him to begin his professional education by Mr. Majid Arvari in 1997.
THE ORGANIC MOVEMENT
'PHYSICAL BRIDGE' BETWEEN REALITY AND IMAGINATION
Out In The Ring
Premieres on June 3rd
ROBBIE WILLIAMS' COUNTRYSIDE ESTATE
CRIB OF THE WEEK
AUDREY HEPBURN Inside Her FINAL DAYS
THE LEGENDARY ACTRESS AND AMBASSADOR FOR UNICEF NEVER STOPPED THINKING OF OTHERS
REVEALED! TRUTH BEHIND EXORCIST MOVIE HORROR!
NASA Space Shuttle engineer exposed as tragic demon child
GETTING TO KNOW CHEF FRANCISCO ALEJANDRI VAZQUEZ
He left behind the kitchens of some of the best hotels in Mexico and journeyed to Canada. Founder of acclaimed Toronto restaurant Agave y Aguacate (now closed, as he recently moved back to Mexico), he sat down with us to talk about his journey.
Where the Housing Boom Never Ends
Real estate dominates Canada’s economy to an alarming degree
Anxiously Awaiting a New Museum Opening
With the year 2021 upon us, Arizona collectors are certainly excited about the pending May opening of the University of Arizona Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum in downtown Tucson. Of course, the excitement extends beyond the border of Arizona and to far reaching locales around the globe.
The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary eight years ago was one of the saddest events we have ever covered. Yet as her story from 2017 shows, this mother of a young victim found hope and healing
Return to Toronto
International visitors will once again converge in Canada’s convention city.
THE HUNTER CHEF
Michael Hunter Brings Backwoods Fine Dining to Canada’s Biggest City