GALLERY IV

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nguyen hung duc

‘Soul of the Ocean’, Ink pen on paper, 120 cm x 84 cm

The ocean is very large and mysterious like this universe, people who can’t fully understand and know all about the ocean. It is a miracle that we have such close connection and attachment to the sea. I asked myself, does the ocean also have a soul, a desire, an incarnation and interaction with people. The ocean has kept many sediments and the secrets of human culture and art at the bottom of the ocean. For me the ocean is beautiful, stories and images of the sea have entered into my works of art. I want to use images like fish, aquatic species connected to my portrait.

NGUYEN HUNG DUC

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paul ayihawu

‘Daydreaming’, Charcoal and Acrylic On Canvas, 48in × 36 inches, 2021

This painting is part of a series I called "VRNCLR" which means "Vernacular". It is a collection of works made to highlight the impact of colonialism on African Dressing while addressing contemporary issues in the society. The boy is  dressed in a regular shirt and short known to the western world and wearing an oversized Africa cap. While the girl is wearing bright color dress and an over placed African head tie known as "Gélé".  The oversized African cap and Gélé  symbolized "Vernacular" which means something (Virtual language) that is not allowed in a particular space. Daydreaming is a painting about two siblings quest to escape from theirs reality into a fantasy land. They explore with their imagination against the challenges reality has brought to them. They seem for hope, dialogue for a better moments and create a new world of fantasy in their imagination that give them a desiring peace.

PAUL AYIHAWU

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lee matthews

LEE MATTHEWS

‘Reach’, 30.5 x 25.5 cm, Oil on Linen, 2021

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ramon adeyemi

RAMON ADEYEMI

‘Water Thrill’, Oil on Canvas, 54 x 60 cm, 2019

 

“Making the fleeting moments still through the strokes of brushwork and colour.”

tamar melikishvili

TAMAR MELIKISHVILI

‘Self Portrait’, Oil on Canvas, diameter 22.5 cm, 2020

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lee matthews

LEE MATTHEWS

‘Eabha and Peggy’, 71 x 56 cm, Oil on Canvas, 2021

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sashko balabai

'Uncle Lev and Mara' , Acrylic on Canvas, 2021

Outsider art. Art Brut. Naive art. Primitivism. Pop art.

This painting is based on the fantasy play "Forest Song" by a well-known Ukrainian writer Lesya Ukrainka. Play was written 100 years ago but events that are described there have a great influence till today. The heroes of Sashko`s painting in one of the episodes had a conflict during the meeting. Sashko saw this conflict as a chess game with unintelligible phrases that people involved in the digital world can easily read. The  painting is authors’ thoughts about nature being, pandemic and climate change. Main hero is making the hard choice, he is struggling against the big corporations that have no faces but destroy our world.

SASHKO BALABAI

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jeremy gluck

JEREMY GLUCK

‘The Souls’, Photomanipulation, 10 x 12"

 

My collected, altered and own works, drawn from nature, are being confronted as aesthetically resilient, thematically interrelated material for memory and projection. The possible seems true and the truth exists, but it has many faces, as Hanna Arendt cites from Franz Kafka.

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nguyen hung duc

nguyen hung duc

‘Current Rotation’, Ink pen on paper, 80 cm x 60 cm

Modern life today develops and becomes civilized. Besides, all the relationships between people and people become more and more intimate. All these reciprocal connections form an invisible circle with no concrete existence. That rotation creates a gravitational force that pulls all the people into a vortex. It is the vortex of economics, politics, and commerce, but most importantly, it creates an ambitious attraction that affects many people and changes their own people.

tamar melikishvili

TAMAR MELIKISHVILI

‘Self Portrait’, Oil on Canvas, diameter 22.5 cm, 2020

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