Creative freedom, depth, and sensuality are inherent qualities of Miriam Ellingson’s work. Over the life-long artistic career her painting has become the meeting point for the spiritual, the psychological, and the material.
Having worked for several decades as an art therapist with all ages and populations of the mentally and physically able and disable, Miriam Ellingson brings unparalleled soothing and calmness to the viewer. Each of her paintings is a separate universe that explores the endless depths of our collective memory and subconscious.
In her art, Michal Tavrovsky expresses her own outlook of the world in a unique, abstractionist way. The freshness and creativity of her art shows us that talent, boldness, and freedom of expression still exist in nature.
Michal is a strong artist who brings us pleasure and delight to see real art, expressive in its endeavor to embrace the unlimited. Her works depict Idealistic Abstractionism in pure form, which is the quintessence of reality. Her perception of the world is very original and unpredictable.
Me In Hawaii
Poppies In Snow
Mysteries Of the Old Testament
Oil on Canvas, 36" x 36"
Jenny Belotserkovsky’s art represents the Romantic direction of the Post-Avant Garde movement. She conveys her outlook on the world in subtle, non-orthodox and non- traditional ways. She changes reality, blending it with fantasy and dream, and thus makes viewers value and renew their sense of life.
Jenny is always true to her real nature. Her art is very mature, yet there is always wonder and revelation of a child in her works. She brings a lot of beauty and kindness to this world without exaggerating and caramelizing it.