Iran At A Glance Exhibition – Queen Gallery

“Iran at a Glance” Art Exhibition takes on thorny collective issues by Iranian artists living the challenges of social injustices, apparent and the embedded, inside Iran.  The selected art pieces depict the ongoing struggles of numerous communities, relentlessly unveils tensions between cultural practices, absurd traditions, social movements and political ideologies. The exhibition is taking place … More Iran At A Glance Exhibition – Queen Gallery

Interview with Visual Artist, Faith XLVII

Street art is one of the powerful forms of self-expression that Faith XLVII, an internationally-acclaimed visual artist from South Africa uses to touch souls, to raise hope or to expose hurt and oppression. Each and every time a metamorphosised perspective comes to light through her creations from raising questions about issues that affect our daily lives … More Interview with Visual Artist, Faith XLVII

Best Coffee-Table Book To Give As A Gift – Orlando Suero/Photography

“If I’d realized what a wonderful photographer you were, and how nice McCalls was about doing a story — I never would have been the jittery subject I was.” — Jackie Kennedy 1954 (from a letter to Orlando Suero) The art of visually documenting feelings discovered in great moments is what makes Orlando Suero a … More Best Coffee-Table Book To Give As A Gift – Orlando Suero/Photography

Interview with Robert Vanderhorst – Surrealist Painter

Robert Vanderhorst’s creativity propels us to squint and examine the original or the rational with intention. At that point, you discover the conflict, the unacceptable, the unpleasant or the hidden desire. The imagery gushes over, the psyche is liberated, and the visual stimulus unravels the nuances of our ideas and rules.  He is adept at bringing … More Interview with Robert Vanderhorst – Surrealist Painter

Interview with Sue Tilley – The Artist & The Muse

“The most potent muse of all is our own inner child” What is ideal? What drives us? What provokes us? What lifts us? We get moving by our physical requirements, by feeling safe, being valued, belongingness, but each of us aspires to reach our full potential and eventually achieve our transcendence. “What a man can be, … More Interview with Sue Tilley – The Artist & The Muse

Inspiration – Where Does It Come From and How To Realize it?

Where does inspiration come from? For centuries people believed that inspiration derived from gods and thought that is a divine matter, a gift from holy spirit. Nevertheless, inspiration defined by Oxford dictionary states: A sudden brilliant or timely idea The process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative … More Inspiration – Where Does It Come From and How To Realize it?

Interview with Beatriz Ramos, Artist and Founder of DADA.nyc

Art, as a positive influence, plays a significant role in cultural tolerance, civic engagement or political movements. It boosts the local economy of communities, connects the newcomers, develops the critical thinking and problem solving or impels corporations to support the collective through investment. Since Web 1.0, fostering stronger economy, cultural inclusions and reinforcing the understanding … More Interview with Beatriz Ramos, Artist and Founder of DADA.nyc