Cristina Pennacchi, Italy: “I’m a visual artist; I make paintings and installations, also teach drawing and art history at high school. I care for the need to communicate through a contemporary language, the close relationships between Man and.
Miranda Leonie, an artist from Australia, has been traveling the continent with her husband to raise awareness & funds for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. “I care for our amazing and ever-changing Australian landscape. I document it by creating my.
My name is Emma Håkansson, I live in Melbourne, Australia. I love to make art that I think can help the world in some way. For the past year I’ve been exploring ideas based around trauma, and the effects that a traumatic experience can have on a.
“My name is Amina Sahan, I’m an artist and educator from Norway. I care for a dialogue about multiculturalism and diversity through art.” In 2016 Amina Sahan took part in the International Juried Exhibition “Show Your World” curated by RE:ARTISTE.
“My name is Maya de Roo. blooming the world, adding color and perfume, and making life more joyful.” Maya de Roo is a floral artist from Italy. “Nature is the beginning of all life and making floral art for me is a way to celebrate nature.
“My name is Aya Ogasawara, I’m a Japanese artist based in NY. I care for depicting reminiscence of girlhood which every woman has come through.” Aya Ogasawara was born in Tokyo and then moved to NYC to study art. She also spent a summer in Paris and.
“My name is Valentine Louafi. I’m a french graphic designer and paper-cut artist based in Southern France. I care for creating bridges between cultures through my art, combating ignorance which creates the fear of others." Valentine says she’s.
“My name is Tamsin Corrigan, I am a visual artist based in the UK. I care for the beauty in the everyday and the freedom to experience it.” Tamsin’s practice explores materiality, autonomy of the medium and chance aesthetics. It is a collaborative.
My name is Vinka Gasparus, I’m an artist from Croatia: I care for enlightenment of humankind, and hoping to see it soon. One person can make a difference. Vinka Gašparuš gained her Master’s Degree from the Academy of Applied Arts, Rijeka, Croatia in.