Featured artists

Kitty Sabatier

Kitty Sabatier

When exploring artists that use minimalist expression in their work, I recently came accross with Kitty Sabatier, a french artist whose work embraces calligraphy, mixed media and subtle earthly colours. By far, I find her work to be the most captivating pieces that I’ve witnessed for a long time. There is a sense in her…

Jennifer Perlmutter

Jennifer Perlmutter

In this section I want to pay tribute to wonderful abstract artists of different nationalities and different styles. Most of them are not known to the big public, but they are ones that have greatly inspired me and expanded my understanding of what is possible. So, here is an artist that I admire for their…

Judy Woods

Judy Woods

Now, here is something to lighten your day. I discovered this wonderful New Zealand artist, Judy Woods. She creates art that elevates. It is hilarious, beautiful and leaves you with a delightful feeling.

The Danish school: Lars Kristian Hansen, Filica Lysfalk, Rikke Lilholt, Trine Panum

The Danish school: Lars Kristian Hansen, Filica Lysfalk, Rikke Lilholt, Trine Panum

Something very interesting is happening in Denmark. The danes are very well known for their good taste in interior design, but Denmark is also a home for many talented abstract artists.

Of course, it is hard to tell an artists origin by just looking at their work. But there are some artists that share common elements in their work and it sometimes can have something to do with local trends. Or a vision or a view situated on a certain spot in the world

Patricia O’Black

Patricia O’Black

Patricia O’Blacks work takes over the viewer with a strong grip. Strong layering and the depths are built mostly on wooden panel. When viewing and experiencing abstract art, it has always made a strong impression on me, when a work seems as it was built by nature in a long period of time. Not by a human hand.

Matthias Lupri

Matthias Lupri

I came across with Lupri’s work about 4 years ago. The world was never the same for me after that. His work is beautiful but the world in them is not polished and shiny. Sometimes you could even find it brutal as it occasionally dives deep inside to the paths unknown. But in the end it leaves you with tranquile state of mind.