I do not use so many different colors but the variations of the paintings are still very wide – surprise is always there, even for me. And when the picture is all there, I look to see what it says to me and set a title, that makes it complete to me.
Bianca and Brenda are sisters from The Netherlands now living in Barcelona. Bianca’s stories and Brenda’s photography are like whispers of personal and private utterances told to only the closest friends.
"Veu la Música, Sent el Color" was held in the majestic Sala Alfons el Magnànim in Valencia, Spain. As her friends perform, she paints thereby creating a very organic event. By the end of the musical performance, Ana has completed a large scale painting.
The day had been a bit stressful. Then I saw it. One of Alesol's paintings hanging on the wall of a local small business. I was mesmerized. Gradually, I became calmer; the day's stress began slipping away. I smiled.
Dr Phoebe Farris’ documentary photography is visually and intellectually captivating. While the viewer is first attracted by the aesthetics of the image, a closer look reveals more. We are provided a social commentary that is both rooted in history and applicable now.