Archive for June, 2014


David Lee – young natural born artist

Born in the Canton Province of China, by age eight, this young natural born artist had already exhibited his considerable skill. His family relocated to Hong Kong where Lee learned under private tutelage. At first David Lee was advised by his father to enter the field of medicine and being the respectful son, he majored […]

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James Carter – still lifes art

The still lifes of James Carter impel us to re-examine the common. His diligently orchestrated themes are sensitive voyages to the internal of a wondering mindset. Born in Port Chester, New york city in 1948, he lived in Berlin, Germany with his family from 1962. While attending the Maryland Institute of Art, he was introduced […]

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Kaiko Moti – art as a philosophy

Kaiko Moti’s philosophy, a beliefs he lives, is Art. More contemplative than detailed, he endeavors to evaluate his sesations before mother nature in an effort to better recreate its essence. This quest underlies each one of Moti’s works, the quest for that entity which makes the illusory differences from the real vanish. For Moti, this […]

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Les Lambson – the master of landscape art

The art of Les Lambson are characterized by deliberate exaggeration in line as effectively as in colour. Understatement, as we find when enjoying his work, is the key to Lambson’s artwork. Landscape is his primary theme. The method is his own, it is exclusive. His maxim is that technique is the vocabulary of the artist […]

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